As this case study from Boston Engineering attests, the process of developing and testing exoskeleton technologies for military applications requires a capabilities alignment across all program participants, including military, industry and academic contributors. Direct feedback from soldiers, including their insights into the effect of exos on cognitive function, is also critical. Read the full article here.
“Everybody has a voice in the sewer.” That was the message that Newsha Ghaeli and Mariana Matus, cofounders of Biobot Analytics, had for Fortune‘s virtual Most Powerful Women Next Gen conference on Wednesday. Read more about how Biobot (client) is using wastewater to indicate a growing COVID outbreak.
MEDIA ADVISORY What: Jose Vazquez will present “Keys to Standardizing UAS Testing with the Wind Profile Generator” at the 2020 UAS Summit & Expo. Mr. Vazquez leads Boston Engineering’s Defense & Security practice. Date and Time: October 28-29, 2020 — Virtual (Register here) Presentation Abstract: The lack of standard, repeatable testing makes it challenging to compare…Read More
MEDIA ADVISORY What: David Shane will present “Demonstrating the Effects Web of Non-Conventional UUVs in the ‘Last Mile’ with Implications for the Grey Zone” at the 2020 Undersea Warfare Conference. Mr. Shane is a project manager and business development lead for Boston Engineering’s Advanced Systems Group (ASG). Date and Time: September 22-23, 2020 — Virtual…Read More
Waltham, Mass. — Product development firm Boston Engineering today announced the award of a $200,000 MassVentures START Stage II grant to accelerate the commercialization of its maritime sensing technology. Boston Engineering is developing oceanographic sensing products for applications that range from hurricane forecasting to naval defense. Boston Engineering is using its MassVentures START grant to…Read More