Thank you for your interest in the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)’s featured technologies for licensing. ERDC’s innovations are designed to solve military and civil challenges. Note that this site does not include the entire ERDC IP portfolio (entire list found here). This site is to promote those technologies with high potential for industry partnering opportunities.
Innovators at ERDC have developed the MPS-OHC, a transportable system providing 360° protection from blast, ballistic, and natural penetration forces.
Innovators at ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory have developed a compact, lightweight gamma radiation detector that provides directional sensing without the need for the large, heavy shielding -- a necessary part of every physical collimator.
Engineers at ERDC’s Geotechnical & Structures Laboratory have pioneered the MPS EREB to protect buildings from blast and fragmentation damage, as well as damage from heavy winds.
Researchers at ERDC’s Environmental Lab have developed a water filtration membrane that combines strength and durability with the thinness required to treat water on a large scale.
The Aggressor Vehicle Entry Readiness Technology (AVERT) is a proven vehicle-barrier technology developed by ERDC’s Geotechnical & Structures Laboratory that stops vehicles in their tracks.
Innovators at ERDC’s Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) have developed an energy-efficient water purification technology that uses a contactless ion filtration membrane to remove a wide variety of contaminants ...
Researchers at ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory (EL) have developed a novel in situ method of using DNA sequences to target and identify toxic soil and groundwater contaminants left behind by explosives.
Innovators in ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory (EL), in collaboration with researchers at the University of Notre Dame, have developed a biogenic substrate material used for the remediation of sites contaminated by heavy metals.