Engineering an Advanced Missile Defense Shield for Europe
MITRE provided technical leadership and systems engineering expertise in fielding the first phase of the European Phased Adaptive Approach, a missile defense system that integrates ground-based sensors with a sea-based weapon system.
The Power of GEOINT: Putting the World at Our Fingertips
MITRE is helping the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency implement a new Web architecture and software distribution system that allows the agency to develop products faster for less money.
Lightening a Soldier's Load with a Pocket-Sized Solution
Soldiers on patrol wear heavyweight technology that allows them to act as self-contained command and control nodes. MITRE-developed software now packs all that capability into a half-pound, Android-based phone.
A Deliberate Exercise in Dynamic Data Collection Increases Speed and Efficiency
A two-part collaborative exercise shows that a new Air Force operations can be accelerated by combining a deliberate process with dynamic requests. The new D2ISRM method can make intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations 10 times faster.
Wearable Tactical System Provides Location Information Securely
With the patented Wearable One-Way Transfer system, MITRE has developed a technology that gives soldiers a secure method for communicating vital information to their commanders.
Resilient Cyber Architectures Keep Government IT Operations Mission-Ready
Organizations are challenged with maintaining functions when cybersecurity breaches occur. Through RAMBO, MITRE mission assurance researchers have developed adaptive, secure IT architecture frameworks that our government sponsors can replicate in their own enterprises.
Airborne Network Gateway Keeps Warfighters on the Same Wavelength
MITRE engineers helped develop the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node, which links warfighters with their command, even in mountainous terrain.
Getting Key Players Together Results in More Army Radios for Less
To modernize its IT and communications network to meet increasing information demands, the Army is enlisting a MITRE team to help it stretch its limited acquisition dollars.
At MITRE, Linking Past and Future Means Preserving Accumulated Knowledge
Long-term government programs risk losing accumulated knowledge over time. At MITRE, our staff works to preserve and share vital information for the next generation of practitioners.