Metron employees and our Fellows are the key to driving innovation and achieving mission success for our customers. This recent interview in the IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems publication by Stefano P. Coraluppi features Metron Distinguished Fellow Roy Streit discussing his career path and innovative work here at Metron. The interview highlights many of his contributions in the areas of information fusion, target tracking, multi-sensor data fusion, distributed autonomous systems, and signal processing.
The multi-million-dollar contract will leverage Metron’s tracking and signal processing expertise to develop, test, and deploy innovations to increase radar system performance for small-scale sea, air, and ground platforms.
Metron has history of delivering trusted solutions across the DOD value chain – especially in innovative technology like autonomy where the value can be realized in areas like maritime, space and air.
Office of Naval Research contract will support improved data autonomy capabilities across current and future Navy UUV systems.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology interviewed Metron President and CEO Van Gurley and Senior Scientist Lawrence Stone about our innovative application of Bayesian search theory used in the discovery of Central American gold mines with our partner Aurania.
This sale of our government advisory services reflects Metron’s continued commitment to being the premier mid-tier innovative solution provider for our national security and commercial partners and clients.
Under the DARPA No Manning Required Ship (NOMARS) program, the Voyager Team has completed the conceptual design phase of the…
Under the DARPA Prototype Resilient Operations Testbed for Expeditionary Urban Scenarios (PROTEUS) program, multiple performers collaborated to develop a simulated…
Metron research scientist Kristine Bell's paper 'An Overview of Cognitive Radar' on the evolution of cognitive radar receives the Harry Mimno Best Paper Award.
“Metron’s ANCC suite is a critical enabler to the DIVE-LD’s success in long duration survey missions for our offshore oil and gas and wind customers where unplanned contingencies occur and mission failure is not an option,” says Bill Lebo.