Success Story: Fire Retardant Blast Mitigation for Sea Vessels

March 26, 2019 – A fire and blast mitigation system to protect Navy ship structures and personnel. Triton Systems Blast mitigation technology provides force and infrastructure protection by preventing fragmentation and wall collapse and incorporates fire retardance that is non-halogenated, meets environmental standards, is non-volatile, non-migrating, highly flame retardant and melt-processable, and requires minimal change to the mechanical properties of its host plastic. This blast mitigation technology transitioned to the Navy, Air Force, and Department of Homeland Security for applications requiring critical asset protection against blast threats. This technology enabled…

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CTSi Successfully Flight Tests New Prototype Navigation System to Replace GPS in Highly Contested Environments for US Navy

CTSi and partner L3 Technologies completed flight-testing this month of a newly developed integrated communication and navigation system for use in highly contested and GPS-denied environments. Designated the Enhanced Link Navigation System (ELNS), the prototype was built under a Navy $8.7M Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase III contract and flight tested at the St. Mary’s County Regional Airport near Patuxent River, MD. @GoCTSi Successfully Flight Tests New Prototype Navigation System to Replace GPS for the @USNavy! #Innovation “Our team put ELNS in the air in less than 18 months. It…

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