About Monterey Technologies
Monterey Technologies is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Sensor Fusion and Display for Degraded Visual Environment (DVE). The abstract given for this project is as follows: A joint venture team consisting of three small businesses, Monterey Technologies, Inc. (MTI), xVS and Aireyes will perform this work. The ultimate goal of the team is to produce a functional, Fused Sensor Image Display System (FSIDS) that merges information from multiple sensors such as radar, LADAR, IR, and other sensors with a terrain data base to produce a synthetic image of a helicopter landing area on a panel-mounted display. The inclusion of multiple sensor information in the FSIDS display compensates for the inability of a Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS) to display detailed, current obstacle information relevant to Navy helicopter approach and landing maneuvers, e.g., trees, brush, boulders, ditches and debris. The team has already developed an Integrated Multisensor Imaging System (IMSIS) for the Army the provides a fused image of multiple sensors and an SVS for flight and navigation. Using IMSIS as a starting point, this work will concentrate on the sensor requirements and software for creating a detailed, synthetic rendering of a limited landing area, and the addition of appropriate display symbology. The Phase I work will produce one or more animated displays illustrating the FSIDS design to demonstrate the capability to present, and the effectiveness of, imagery for approach and landing. The design goal is a rotorcraft display to allow the pilot to easily interpret landing area terrain and avoid obstacles and hazards in zero visibility conditions.
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Nov 6, 2023
News Provided By Share This Article Jared Ocana, Adam Woodmansee, BG Doug Cherry, USA (ret), CSM Bill Thetford, USA (ret), COL Peter Walton, USA (ret), MAJ Brian Jeffery, USAR, Dr. Erica Barhorst-Cates Stacey Holscher, Connor DePry Monterey Technologies, Inc. | Maximize system performance and mission success with user-centered engineering. PARK CITY, UTAH, USA, November 6, 2023 / EINPresswire.com / -- The National Ability Center honored our nation’s service members and celebrated the services the organization provides to the military community by hosting their annual Salute to Our Heroes luncheon. Monterey Technologies, Inc. was a key sponsor for the event. The keynote speaker was Command Sergeant Major Bill Thetford, US Army (retired), a 35-year Army veteran with multiple tours within the special operations community. He is a veteran of the Battle of Mogadishu in 1993, and ran the Mogadishu Mile which was depicted in the famous book and movie “Black Hawk Down.” He is an awardee of the Silver Star (the Army’s third highest decoration for combat valor), as well as multiple other combat and service awards. The Salute to Our Heroes luncheon is one of five extraordinary fundraising events hosted by the National Ability Center. Each event ignites a spark of positive change in those with disabilities. Participants in the luncheon become an integral part of a movement that empowers individuals with disabilities to discover their highest potential through recreation and educational programming. The National Ability Center offers a variety of programs designed to offer lifelong skills and training ensuring that those with developmental disabilities have the opportunity to independently explore their ways into adulthood. The funds raised at the The Salute to Our Heroes luncheon went directly to their Military & Veterans program. ### Based in Park City, Utah, with staff supporting clients throughout the U.S, Monterey Technologies, Inc. (MTI) is a human-centered analysis, design, and ergonomics firm that believes technology should be developed to serve the needs of the human user. MTI’s goal is to develop systems that allow human users to be decision makers rather than human data integrators. Current clients include the military, defense contractors, and the commercial sector. Visit www.montereytechnologies.com to learn more. Gary J Loberg
Monterey Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Monterey Technologies's headquarters?
Monterey Technologies's headquarters is located at 24600 Silver Cloud Court Suite 103, Monterey.
What is Monterey Technologies's latest funding round?
Monterey Technologies's latest funding round is Grant.
Who are the investors of Monterey Technologies?
Investors of Monterey Technologies include U.S. Department of Defense.