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Collaboration with industry

Here is a partial list of companies both large and small that have partnered wtih ISR during our history.

Advanced Acoustic Concepts, Inc.
Aerospace Engineering & Research Associates
AnthroTronix, Inc.
America Online, Inc.
APEX/ECLIPSE Systems, Inc.
ATEC, Inc.
Automated Precision Inc.
BBN Technologies, Inc.
Black & Decker
Boeing Commuciations
E.I. DuPont de Nemours Company
Federal Express Corporation
General Dynamics
Honda Research and Development
Honeywell, Inc.
Hughes Network Systems
IBM - Rational Software Corporation
Instituto Trentino di Cultura (ITC)
Lockheed Martin Corp.
LumenLink Corp.
Merix Corporation
Metron Aviation, Inc.
Network Associates, Inc.
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Potomac Photonics
Southwest Research Institute
Telcordia Technologies
Toshiba Corporation
Vitech Corporation
W.R. Grace & Co.

Collaboration examples

Here are a few examples of what can be accomplished when you team with ISR researchers.

  • Hughes Network Systems DirecPC and DirecWay fast broadband internet over satellite protocols
  • Toshiba Data mining algorithms improve manufacturing process performance and efficiency; supply chain management algorithms reduce inventory costs and due date violations.
  • Northrop Grumman GaN process sensing, simulation, optimization produce advantage in high-power, high-frequency electronic materials.
  • Resensys Wireless sensors monitor bridge structural integrity.
  • Treemaps—compact graphical displays show hierarchical data at a glance.
  • Pharmaceutical industry Spotfire multidimensional data visualization displays for drug discovery.
  • U.S. Centers for Disease Control; Montgomery County Md. government Clinic Planning Model Generator helps public health officials design more efficient emergency dispensing clinics.
  • OnmiSpeech Speech extraction technology improves cellular and other communications.
  • AEM Design Licenser of CONSOL & FSQP, source code tools for feasible sequential quadratic programming of constrained nonlinear optimization.
  • United Technologies Aircraft engine nonlinear active stall control improved safety and enlarged operating envelope.
  • Intelligent Automation, Inc. MDLe robotic motion control language in products, services.
  • Qualcomm/Flarion Signal processing algorithms led to advances in modem technology, wireless networks, mobile devices.