CTTSO Decision Makers

Decision Makers

If you are interested in CTTSO and our efficient use of U.S. Government funds to meet our mission, we want to talk to you.
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CTTSO Users

Users

If you are either a current or potential user of the combating terrorism solutions we help to develop, we want to talk to you.
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CTTSO Vendors

Vendors

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The CTTSO’s Mission

The CTTSO identifies and develops capabilities to combat terrorism and irregular adversaries and to deliver these capabilities to DoD components and interagency partners through rapid research and development, advanced studies and technical innovation, and provision of support to U.S. military operations.

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December 4, 2020
CTTSO Innovation Prize Challenge

Safer and More Effective Less than Lethal Capabilities for Area Denial and Crowd Control

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May 21, 2020
CTTSO / NASA - Human-like robotic hands are a game changer for EOD bomb technicians.

Dr. Joshua Mehling, Technical Discipline Lead for Robotic Control at NASA’s JSC said "Humanoid robots have the potential to drastically change the way we perform remote operations, because by their very nature, they are designed to interact with the same tools, and interfaces that humans do, move through the same spaces, and work in the same environments. CTTSO immediately saw the impact that NASA's humanoid technology could have in the EOD space. Human-like robotic hands are a game-changer for interacting with the world, not only manipulating common objects and potential threats, but the robot can easily leverage existing EOD tools and equipment designed for the bomb technician...Our initial work with CTTSO is really just the beginning. As we continue to push this technology forward out into the field, and into the hands of bomb techs, we will begin to realize enormous operational benefits, and that's how we'll address the challenges and mitigate the threats of today and tomorrow."

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