Distributed Data Ledger Network for Aeronautics' Supply Chains
Helicopters and Drones Renewable Energy
Lithium Fire Guard PG-100 + EVAS
Autonomous Systems for Aviation Ground Handling
Compact Advanced Hybrid Power System
Autonomous Drone Launch and Recovery from an Airborne Aircraft (Host Aircraft for Parasite)
Sensor Network, AI, and Augmented Reality for Isolating Wiring Faults
Marty is the Deputy Project Manager of Convergent Aeronautics Solutions (CAS) Project in NASA’s Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program currently serving a temporary assignment in the NASA Office of Chief Technologist. Prior to that he was the Langley Deputy Center Chief Technologist responsible for supporting the center’s efforts concerning technology policy, coordinating and tracking technology investments, and fostering and sustaining an innovative NASA culture. He managed the Center’s IRAD and Center Innovation Fund investments and served as an advisor for numerous initiatives associated with early-stage technologies. He also co-led an Agency-wide team to identify and recommend ways to mitigate barriers to innovation at NASA. Earlier in his career Marty was involved in research and development associated with the dynamics and control of advanced aeroelastic vehicles including micro aerial vehicles, supersonic transports, and highly agile aircraft.