ERDC invites innovative commercial solutions in five areas of interest including data ingestion and management, smart installation, master planning modernization, and more.
During this hybrid event, 26 DEFENSEWERX government partners and innovation hub representatives participated. 82 shared needs/challenges were identified and prioritized during facilitated discussions.
The U.S. Army ERDC seeks to identify the latest Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) solutions that could support planning, operations, and maintenance of flood risk management by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
ERDCWERX invites submissions for the development of state-of-the-art facial recognition analytics capability and pilot demonstration at Redstone Arsenal, AL.
U.S. Marine Corps Installation NeXt (I-neXt), led by Dr. Jason Dorvee, has a unique opportunity for ERDC researchers to propose project concepts related to needs in Marine Corps base modernization.
A business opportunity exists in the form of potential manufacture, distribution/service, and/or licensing of a pavement repair technology that has been patented by the U.S. Army ERDC.
This tech challenge seeks to identify a vendor capable of designing an amphibious research vehicle that meets U.S. Army ERDC requirements.
ERDC's Broad Agency Announcement invites concepts in various research and development topic areas for potential collaboration.
The U.S. Army ERDC seeks prototype solutions that expedite vehicle maneuver across weak soils or degraded/under-designed infrastructure.
This tech challenge seeks to identify and understand hands-free mooring technologies that improve the safety and efficiency of navigation locks on inland waterways.