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USCG FY23 Research Portfolio Ramp-Up Questions

USCG FY23 Research Portfolio Ramp-Up Questions

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Research and Development (R&D) Center continues investigating how modern technologies, such as autonomous systems, machine learning, and alternate energy sources, can aid the service in performing its missions globally. The FY23 Portfolio Ramp-Up Research Questions describes the mission needs, challenges, and research areas associated with:

  • Platform Cybersecurity Solutions for USCG Cutters
  • Cutter-Based Unmanned Aircraft System Beyond the National Security Cutter
  • Investigate Effects of Wind Farms on Search and Rescue
  • Persistent Simulation for the USCG Workforce
  • Implement Transfer of Search Patterns Directly to Boat Navigation Systems
  • Alternative Energy Propulsion Systems for USCG Surface Assets
  • USCG Flight Data Recorder Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Evaluate Visibility of Colors for USCG Approved Lifesaving Equipment in Marine Conditions
  • Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Data Networks for Intelligence Analysis
  • Cutter-Based Unmanned Systems Integration Analysis
  • Next Generation Distress Communication Capability for Alaska and the Arctic
  • Study Optionally Manned Surface Vessels for USCG Missions
  • Investigate Modernizing USCG Shipboard Interior Communications
  • Modeled Sustainment of the USCG Major Asset Fleets for Improved Decision Making
  • Alternate Navigation Positioning Sources
  • Develop Improved Sensor Performance Models for Search and Rescue (SAR)
  • Hazardous Substance Pollution Response Technology Analysis
  • Remote Diagnostic and Monitoring Systems for Technical Support Engineering
  • Machine Learning – Predictive Analytics to Determine Target of Interest Position of Intended Movement
  • Maximizing the Potential of a USCG Boating Safety Application

The USCG R&D Center and NPS continue their partnership to research maritime solutions supporting the tri-service strategy, Advantage at Sea: Prevailing with All Domain Integrated Naval Power.

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