The US Patent office has recognized that Nostromo has produced four significant concepts to greatly improve precision of weaponry.
US Patent 8,499,693 provides a method for optical modem transmitting location information and elapsed time data from a projectile to a fire control system.
US Patent 9,250,035 B2 provides a useful method to leverage NATO STANAG power rails to use a combination of sensors, ballistics and application protocol interfaces (API) coupled to filters and a ballistic kernel to deliver improved aiming solutions.
US Patent 9,600,900 B2 establishes a method to measure muzzle velocity at exit and use post shot programming to optimize air-burst muntions.
US Patent 9,573,837 provides for a safety device to warn soldiers and marines when mortar projectiles fail to function.
|Patent Information||Title||Small Arms||AGLs||Mortars||Cannons||Other|
|US Patent 8,499,693 Issue 13 Dec 2011||Optiocal (Strobe) Tracer|
|US Patent 9,250,035 B2 Issue 2 Feb 2016||Precision Aiming System for a Weapon|
|US Patent 9,573,837 Issue 21 Feb 2017||Mortar Safety Device (coupled to measure muzzle velocity)|
|US Patent 9,600,900 B2 Issue 21 Mar 2017||System to Measure Yaw, Spin and Muzzle Velocity of Projectiles, Improve Fire Control Fidelity and Reduce Shot to Shot Dispersion in both conventional and air-bursting programmable projectiles|
We have international counterparts issued or pending for most patents.