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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer Research & Development Center
Geospatial Research Laboratory
ATTN: CEERD-PA-A
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7701 Telegraph Road
Alexandria, VA 22315-3864

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Geospatial Research Laboratory (GRL)

The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center's Geospatial Research Laboratory has developed a rapidly deployable sensing capability. The technology consists of a Mast-Mounted LiDAR System, and provides real time, three-dimensional topographic and threat information of the surrounding environment.
Mast-Mounted Deployable LiDAR System
The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center's Geospatial Research Laboratory has developed a rapidly deployable sensing capability. The technology consists of a Mast-Mounted LiDAR System, and provides real time, three-dimensional topographic and threat information of the surrounding environment.
Staff at the Remote Sensing and Fluorescence Spectrometry Laboratories (RS-FSL) at ERDC’s GRL conduct basic and applied research in visible, near infrared, and short-wave infrared reflectance and luminescence sensing for terrain and environmental characterization.
Improving calibration of remote sensing data
Staff at the Remote Sensing and Fluorescence Spectrometry Laboratories (RS-FSL) at ERDC’s GRL conduct basic and applied research in visible, near infrared, and short-wave infrared reflectance and luminescence sensing for terrain and environmental characterization.
The use of the pre- and post- Water Diagnostics Operations Gear (WaterDOG) with a potential field portable water treatment system is currently being assessed by the Army. The WaterDOG provides physical water quality parameter assessment results more rapidly (and is geo-enabled) than the current analog water quality analysis system.
GRL tests and demonstrates WaterDOG Geo-enabled physical water quality measurement collection and data toolkit
The use of the pre- and post- Water Diagnostics Operations Gear (WaterDOG) with a potential field portable water treatment system is currently being assessed by the Army. The WaterDOG provides physical water quality parameter assessment results more rapidly (and is geo-enabled) than the current analog water quality analysis system.
ERDC Geospatial Research Laboratory (GRL), developed the AQUAPATH (Autonomous Querying Threat Agent Sensor for Potable Water Handling) system to source track, monitor and locate sources of water for producing potable water supplies for both military and civil communities.
GRL's AQUAPATH detects and reports contaminants faster than any other system
ERDC Geospatial Research Laboratory (GRL), developed the AQUAPATH (Autonomous Querying Threat Agent Sensor for Potable Water Handling) system to source track, monitor and locate sources of water for producing potable water supplies for both military and civil communities.

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Five promoted to DB-V level

VICKSBURG, Miss. - U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Director Dr. Jeffery
[Published: 1/27/2015]

GRL tests and demonstrates WaterDOG Geo-enabled physical water quality measurement collection and data toolkit

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Researchers from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
[Published: 1/27/2015]

ERDC collaboration will assist humanitarian assistance planners

VICKSBURG, Miss. - Deciding the best use of available funds for humanitarian assistance (HA)
[Published: 12/4/2014]

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