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Polymer AgReal-Time Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F103-214- FA9300-13December April 02, 2
Physical ScNon-InvasiDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F103-214- FA9300-13December September
Silvus ComSC-OrderwiDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-033- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
ARCHITEC Crypto-ParDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-034- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
ARCHITEC Adaptive aDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-035- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
LANGUAGETextual In Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-036- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
ULTRA COM High-SpeedDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-043- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
ATMOSPHER Electric-f Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-083- FA9453-13January 29April 27, 2
PHYSICAL InnovativeDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-114- FA8650-13NovemberNovember
Oceanit Lab Integrated Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-132- FA8650-13NovemberFebruary 2
Intelligent SecureVisoDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-029- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
D-Tech, LL Applying SDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-030- FA8750-13NovemberNovember
STELLAR SCScalable C Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-050- FA9453-13January 09April 15, 2
ATMOSPHER GPS AutonDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-065- FA9453-13January 17April 16, 2
BARRON ASFusion of IDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-076- FA9453-13March 14, June 15, 2
PHYSICAL Interpolat Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-120- FA8650-13April 02, 2 March 30,
Front RangCryocoolerDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-136- FA8650-13December July 29, 20
TOYON RE DecentralizDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-139- FA8650-13NovemberMarch 02,
IMSAR LLCAdvanced Ra Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-144- FA8650-13December March 05,
AURRION, Integrated Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-149- FA8650-13December March 11,
Auriga Mea20 GigaherDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-150- FA8650-13December March 05,
Computer EMnforcing IDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-151- FA8650-13NovemberFebruary 1
Intelligent Bayesian-bDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-159- FA8650-13December March 06,
Optical Ph Conformal Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-013- FA9451-13February 1August 11,
CBRITE IncCurved SenDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-017- FA8650-13February 1March 03,
Triton Syst Colorless DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-021- FA8650-13January 31February 0
Vistology, IFusion, MaDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-022- FA8650-13January 31May 15, 2
APTIMA, INRAPID: ReaDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-023- FA8650-13February 2May 29, 2
CIRCULAR PerceptionDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-024- FA8650-13May 08, 2 August 10,
REMCOM, Hardware
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Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-025- FA8650-13February 1May 15, 2
The Desig SAUNA- SitDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-047- FA9453-13January 28April 28, 2
The Desig EMU- Econo Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-049- FA9453-13February 0May 18, 2
PANERATECHigh-PerfoDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-054- FA9453-13March 15, June 15, 2
Freedom Ph Satellite DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-060- FA9453-13March 11, June 08, 2
Boulder IoHigh PerfoDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-061- FA9453-13May 03, 2 August 04,
General LaPortable L Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-110- FA8650-13March 28, March 28,
SYSTEMS &GripChek- Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-113- FA8650-13January 22January 22
QUINSTAR W-band AiDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-152- FA8650-13March 26, June 13, 2
Pretalen L Quantitati DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-157- FA8650-13April 30, 2 July 30, 20
Echo RidgeQuantitati Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-157- FA8650-13April 30, 2 April 29, 2
Echo RidgeGPS EnhanDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-158- FA8650-13April 22, 2 July 22, 20
Triton Syst Self-Heali Department
Office for Phase I SBIR C131-110- W911QY-13June 01, 2 October 31
CORVID TEAnchoring D Pepartment
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-029-HQ0147-13April 29, 2 November
Advanced SDetailed LeDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-030-HQ0147-13July 02, 20January 01
INVOCON, HypervelocDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-030-HQ0147-13April 29, 2 October 28
SYSTEMS EInnovative Department Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-031-HQ0147-13May 13, 2 November
Capco Inc. Innovative Department
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-031-HQ0147-13March 01, May 27, 2
TEXAS RESEInnovative DepartmentMissile De Phase I SBIR B123-031-HQ0147-13February 2September
Tanner ResNexGen EleDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-031-HQ0147-13May 22, 2 November
PHYSICAL Missile Ac Department Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-032-HQ0147-13March 05, September
TEXAS RESELong-TermDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-032-HQ0147-13February 2September
NanosonicTime-Tempe Department
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-032-HQ0147-13March 25, September
Polymer AgSmart ShelDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-033-HQ0147-13March 21, May 23, 2
M.R.ReseaCost EffectDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-033-HQ0147-13March 29, September
MERCURY C DorrelationDepartment
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-034-HQ0147-13May 06, 2 May 06, 2
PHYSICAL Ultra-mini Department Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-034-HQ0147-13March 25, September
Tanner ResHighly Ela DepartmentMissile De Phase I SBIR B123-034-HQ0147-13May 24, 2 November
EDWARD PMaterials aDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-035-HQ0147-13March 06, September
NEXGENSEMaterials aDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-035-HQ0147-13March 14, September
PACIFIC S ContextualDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR O123-AU1-N00014-13May 14, 2 November
STOTLER HIntelligen Department Navy Phase I SBIR O123-AU1-N00014-13May 15, 2 November
RADIANCE Tactical P Department Army Phase I SBIR O123-EP4-W15P7T-13May 30, 2 December
P C KRAUSIntelligen Department Army Phase I SBIR O123-EP4-W15P7T-13July 24, 20January 23
STOTLER HIntelligent DepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR O123-HS1-N00014-13May 14, 2 November
SONALYSTS, Human Comp Department
Navy Phase I SBIR O123-HS1-N00014-13May 14, 2 November
Traclabs IncAutonomy DepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR O123-HS1-N00014-13May 15, 2 November
Unova TechNaturalist DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR O123-HS2-FA8650-13February 2August 19,
SYSTEMS TNatural Di Department Navy Phase I SBIR O123-HS3-N00014-13May 23, 2 November
Charles RivTaxiing Op Department
Navy Phase I SBIR O123-HS3-N00014-13May 22, 2 November
PHYSICAL Insect-Ins Department Navy Phase I SBIR O123-HS3-N00014-13May 23, 2 November
ATC-NY, IncVMCIS: A CDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR O123-IA2- N00014-13March 07, September
21ct, Inc. SATPAM- Se Department
Navy Phase I SBIR O123-IA2- N00014-13February 2August 21,
GIRD SYSTESub-Millis DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-189- FA9101-13February 0February 0
SYSTEMS &Miniature H Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-091- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
MAINSTREAdvanced CDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-092- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
KaragozianMobile TarDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-095- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
TORCH TECNext GenerDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-096- FA8651-13July 11, 20March 31,
ACTA, LLC Weapon Bur Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-097- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
M4 ENGINEWind Tunne Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-187- FA9101-13December December
PHYSICAL Solar/LunaDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-188- FA9101-13December December
TOYON RE Improved RDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-139- FA8650-13April 29, 2 March 31,
SPECTRAL SAirborne HDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-140- FA8650-13April 25, 2 July 27, 20
Matrix ResUnifed MoDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-142- FA8650-13April 10, 2 July 15, 20
ELECTROMA Inverse SynDepartment
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-143- FA8650-13April 12, 2 July 15, 20
SYSTEMS &Wind Turbin Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-144- FA8650-13April 10, 2 July 20, 20
Auriga MeaMonolithicDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-159- FA8650-13April 25, 2 July 30, 20
Sadallah, AAlgorithm D epartment
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-028-HQ0147-13March 12, September
TechnologyImproved Ta Department
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-028-HQ0147-13March 12, September
VADUM, INFeature BaDepartment Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-028-HQ0147-13March 12, September
Wavelet TeImproved Ta Department
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-028-HQ0147-13March 06, September
CORVID TEImproved Ta Department
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-028-HQ0147-13April 10, 2 October 28
Control VisAnchoring D Pepartment
Missile De Phase I SBIR B123-029-HQ0147-13March 12, September
Vistology, IFunctionalDepartment
Army Phase I SBIR O123-ER2-W911QX-13 July 31, 20February 0
Design InteEcological Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR O123-HS2-FA8650-13February 1August 22,
Hadron Indu Naturalist Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR O123-HS2-FA8650-13February 2August 21,
GRAMMATE Multi-AbstDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR O123-IA2- N00014-13March 13, September
Intelligent SAM: A SelDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR O123-IA2- N00014-13February 2September
LYNNTECH Protective Department Special O Phase I SBIR S131-001- H92222-13June 19, 2 December
Utility De Nano-scaleDepartmentSpecial O Phase I SBIR S131-001- H92222-13June 25, 2 December
NEI CORPONano-scaleDepartment Special O Phase I SBIR S131-001- H92222-13July 03, 20January 03
Physical DeOver the HDepartmentSpecial O Phase I SBIR S131-002- H92222-13July 09, 20January 09
MEGAWAVE Over the HDepartment
Special O Phase I SBIR S131-002- H92222-13July 09, 20January 09
UTOPIACOC-Care: AnDepartment Special O Phase I SBIR S131-003- H92222-13July 22, 20January 22
DocBox IncRemote EleDepartment Special O Phase I SBIR S131-003- H92222-13July 15, 20January 15
MAXENTRIC Next GenerDepartment
Special O Phase I SBIR S131-004- H92222-13June 17, 2 December
VADUM, INIntegrated Department Special O Phase I SBIR S131-004- H92222-13July 08, 20January 08
PCP TACTICFamily of Department Special O Phase I SBIR S131-005- H92222-13July 08, 20January 08
SouthwestFamily of Department Special O Phase I SBIR S131-005- H92222-13July 22, 20January 22
Stillwood Family of Department Special O Phase I SBIR S131-005- H92222-13July 08, 20January 08
PCP TACTIC.50 Calibe DepartmentSpecial O Phase I SBIR S131-006- H92222-13July 08, 20January 08
PHYSICAL High-PerfoDepartment Special O Phase I SBIR S131-007- H92222-13August 12,February 1
CROSSFIELSecure Mob Department
Special O Phase I SBIR S131-007- H92222-13August 12,February 1
NVISION TDownrangeDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A122-103-W15QKN-1July 11, 20December
PHYSICAL Memristor-Department Army Phase I SBIR A123-106-W15QKN-1July 09, 20December
SensorMetrHigh SpeedDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-105- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
Imaging SyInfrared PaDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-105- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
Matsys IncKinetic En DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-107- FA8651-13May 20, 2 September
DSPLOGIC Direct Det Department Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-108- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
INFORMATIAirborne PDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-138- FA8650-13May 14, 2 August 14,
Busek Co., Electrospr Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F112-180- FA9300-13February 2May 21, 2
Innovative HypersonicDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F112-182- FA8650-13February 1May 08, 2
First RF CoHigh-Spee DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-092- FA8651-13July 03, 20December
Matrix ResRepresentaDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-104- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
SYSTEMS &Feature ReDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-104- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
TECHNOLOG Autonomous Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-106- FA8651-13June 20, 2 September
First RF CoHigh Gain DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-137- FA8650-13May 02, 2 August 01,
ObjectVid Improved RDepartment Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-139- FA8650-13May 03, 2 August 03,
Visor CorpHF Digital DepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-145- FA8650-13May 03, 2 August 03,
Physical ScQuantum Do Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-146- FA8650-13May 02, 2 July 30, 20
Black Rive PerformancDepartmentAir Force Phase II SBIR F121-163- FA8650-13May 07, 2 August 14,
Matrix ResPerformance Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-163- FA8650-13April 25, 2 July 30, 20
Freedom Ph Conformal Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-164- FA8650-13April 30, 2 July 30, 20
SYSTEMS &4D Dynamic Department
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-165- FA8650-13April 08, 2 October 03
ULTRA COM Low Cost UnDepartment
Air Force Phase II SBIR F121-166- FA8650-13May 03, 2 August 02,
STARA TechRapid Samp Department of DefenPhase I SBIR C122-108- W911SR-13May 14, 2 November
TDA Researc ResponsiveDepartment
Office for Phase I SBIR C131-101- W911NF-13May 28, 2 November
AKITA INN 100% SolidDepartment Office for Phase I SBIR C131-101- W911NF-13May 29, 2 November
Nano Terra,A broad-spDepartmentOffice for Phase I SBIR C131-101- W911NF-13May 29, 2 November
CELLMIC, LGlobal SpaDepartment Office for Phase I SBIR C131-102- W911NF-13June 13, 2 December
Celadon Lab Mobile ReaDepartment
Office for Phase I SBIR C131-102- W911NF-13May 22, 2 November
DBC Techno Advanced RDepartmentOffice for Phase I SBIR C131-103- W911SR-13July 02, 20December
SIVANANTH A Low-CostDepartmentOffice for Phase I SBIR C131-105- W911SR-13July 23, 20January 22
nanoGripteMicrofberDepartment Office for Phase I SBIR C131-109- W911QY-13May 15, 2 November
CREARE LLCHermetic SDepartment Office for Phase I SBIR C131-109- W911QY-13May 17, 2 November
INNOVATIVSelf-Heali Department Office for Phase I SBIR C131-110- W911QY-13May 20, 2 November
COMBUSTIDesign Com Department
Defense ThPhase I SBIR T122-006- HDTRA1-13May 20, 2 December
LithiumstarSolid Stat DepartmentMissile De Phase I SBIR B122-019-HQ0147-13June 24, 2 December
HYPERCOMP Surface MeDepartmentArmy Phase I SBIR A131-004-W911W6-1May 15, 2 November
COMBUSTIAfterburni Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-006-W31P4Q-13 May 30, 2 February 0
BrightSpec,AutomatedDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-007-W31P4Q-13 July 12, 20February 1
Carbon Solu All-solid-s Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-008-W31P4Q-13 May 29, 2 January 27
Flashback A Real-TimDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A123-109-W81XWH-1May 13, 2 October 13
NANOHMIC Portable ADepartmentArmy Phase I SBIR A123-117-W81XWH-1May 20, 2 December
COLORADOROAR: RearDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-001-W911W6-1May 09, 2 November
Solid ConceImplementa Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-003-W911W6-1May 07, 2 November
ContinuumLow-Cost CDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-004-W911W6-1May 15, 2 November
CFD ResearUnifed FloDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-005-W31P4Q-13 June 18, 2 February 1
Virginia Di AutomatedDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-007-W31P4Q-13 June 28, 2 February 2
KCF TECHNA New Gene Department
Army Phase I SBIR A123-112-W81XWH-1May 22, 2 December
RESODYN The Most EDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A123-113-W81XWH-1May 24, 2 December
PHYSICAL Airborne EDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-001-W911W6-1May 07, 2 November
INFORMATIRear HemisDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-001-W911W6-1May 16, 2 November
UES, Inc. Durable CM Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-002-W911W6-1May 16, 2 November
Amastan TeCMAS and Department
H Army Phase I SBIR A131-002-W911W6-1May 16, 2 November
OMAX COREffective Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-003-W911W6-1May 15, 2 November
COMBUSTIShort DuraDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-005-W31P4Q-13 May 29, 2 January 27
EWA Govern Bio-Inspir Department
Army Phase I SBIR A123-106-W15QKN-1June 12, 2 February 2
Giner, Inc. Advanced SDepartmentArmy Phase I SBIR A131-008-W31P4Q-13 June 05, 2 February 0
Stolar Res Developmen Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-018-W911QX-13 July 18, 20January 17
SPORIAN MA WirelessDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-023-W911W6-1May 16, 2 November
NANOHMIC Wide Field-Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-026-W911NF-13 June 20, 2 December
QmagiQ A technique Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-042-W909MY-13 June 27, 2 December
PHYSICAL Ambient EnDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-046-W911QY-13 May 29, 2 December
LYNNTECH Next GenerDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-047-W911QY-13 July 08, 20February 2
LYNNTECH Novel Pyroe Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-048-W911QY-13 July 08, 20January 07
Luna InnovInsect ResiDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-048-W911QY-13 June 24, 2 December
Mustang TeInnovative Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-049-W15QKN-1July 10, 20January 10
TECHNOLOG Innovative Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-049-W15QKN-1July 08, 20January 08
KEYSTONE Miniature Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-050-W15QKN-1July 10, 20January 10
ORBITAL R Miniature Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-050-W15QKN-1July 08, 20January 08
Dignitas TeUrban Comp Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-056-W900KK-13July 17, 20January 17
METRONOM InnovativeDepartmentArmy Phase I SBIR A131-059-W9113M-1July 24, 20February 2
Intelligent SCAN-FaultDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N123-162-N66001-13April 25, 2 October 24
Radio FreqDirect Dig Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-006-N68936-13May 15, 2 November
SYSTEMS &Direct Dig Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-006-N68936-13May 15, 2 November
First RF CoHigh Gain Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-007-N68335-13June 18, 2 December
Mustang TeLow Size WDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-009-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
SA Photonic Optical IneDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-010-N68936-13May 30, 2 November
ControlledOptical IneDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-010-N68936-13May 30, 2 November
Redondo Op High-SpeedDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-011-N68335-13June 17, 2 December
SAFE, Inc. Efficient Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-014-N68335-13June 19, 2 December
EAST/WESTEfficient Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-014-N68335-13June 19, 2 December
AdValue PhFiber OpticDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-015-N68335-13June 19, 2 December
Advanced CThermal MDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-028-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
ADAPTIVE MAGIC (TM) Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-029-N00024-13June 14, 2 December
ADAPTIVE Multi-Stat Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-030-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
NuvotronicLow Cost/HDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-031-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
METAL MAT New Radar/ Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-031-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
Orion SolutAnticorros DepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-035-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
Research AAutomatedDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-036-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
PROMETHEReal time cDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-037-N00024-13June 19, 2 December
LaserMotive Tethered VDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-039-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
IAP RESEARAffordableDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-040-N00024-13June 19, 2 December
Creative TeSemi-AutonDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-041-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
UES, Inc. Improved Ro Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-022-W911QX-13June 27, 2 December
TECHFLOWVehicle SpaDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-027-W9124R-13June 01, 2 November
QuickFlex, PowerDyn D Repartment
Army Phase I SBIR A131-029-W909MY-13June 13, 2 December
Precision Multi-fuel Department Army Phase I SBIR A131-045-W911QY-13June 21, 2 February 2
Triton Syst Ambient EnDepartmentArmy Phase I SBIR A131-046-W911QY-13July 01, 20December
LYNNTECH High SpeciDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-008-W31P4Q-13June 03, 2 February 0
VADUM, INDevelopmen Department
Army Phase I SBIR A131-018-W911QX-13July 18, 20January 17
Veriflow S Analyzing Department Navy Phase I SBIR N123-162-N66001-13April 25, 2 October 24
MAWID, Technologie Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-002-N68335-13June 18, 2 December
REMCOM, Rapid
I and DepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-003-N68335-13May 16, 2 November
AURORA FLReal-time Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-004-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
PERCEPTROTeam OrienDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-004-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
First RF CoLow Size WDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-009-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
SAFE, Inc. Life Impro DepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-016-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
LightSmythPolarizatioDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-017-N68936-13June 05, 2 December
Plymouth GPolarizatioDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-017-N68936-13June 05, 2 December
RAM PHOTO High-Effici Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-017-N68936-13June 05, 2 December
Diamond ViDecoupledDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-018-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
AECHELONDecoupledDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-018-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
nGimat Co.Developmen Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-020-N39430-13April 09, 2 October 31
RESODYN Next GenerDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-022-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
ACTA Tech Thermal MDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-028-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
Tex Tech InNovel TextDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-047-W911QY-13June 14, 2 April 14, 2
Paradigm RStand-AlonDepartment Army Phase I SBIR A131-062-W56HZV-13July 24, 20January 20
DELCROSS Rapid and Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-003-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
InkographiAutomatedDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-004-N68335-13May 17, 2 November
Freedom Ph Advanced W Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-005-N68335-13June 20, 2 December
DELCROSS Graphics PrDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-008-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
Andro Comp Graphics PrDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-008-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
VIRTUAL E Hardware ADepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-008-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
A-Tech CorCompact Op Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-010-N68936-13May 30, 2 November
KCF TECHNWireless RDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-011-N68335-13June 17, 2 December
Triton Syst ContaminatDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-016-N68335-13May 15, 2 November
ASSETT, In Ocean Senso Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-027-N00024-13June 14, 2 December
Thermavant Thermal MDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-028-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
BASCOM HU Anti-JammiDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-029-N00024-13June 14, 2 December
Signal Sys Multi-Stat Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-030-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
NanosonicHybridSil Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-035-N00024-13June 20, 2 December
Charles RivGenerationDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-036-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
LAKOTA TEAutomatedDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-036-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
PROGENY Shipboard Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-038-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
PROGENY Shipboard Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-038-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
DRAGONFLY Aerostat C Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-039-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
ROBOTIC RMODULARDepartment Navy Phase I SBIR N131-039-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
MAINSTRELow Cost, Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-040-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
Advanced O Semi-AutonDepartment
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-041-N00024-13June 18, 2 December
Bridger PhoMulti-FuncDepartmentNavy Phase I SBIR N131-042-N00024-13July 31, 20January 31
3 Phoenix, Autonomous Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-043-N00024-13June 19, 2 December
Ocean Acou Autonomous Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-043-N00024-13June 19, 2 December
SONALYSTS, Mission Pl Department
Navy Phase I SBIR N131-044-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
ADAPTIVE Mission Pl Department Navy Phase I SBIR N131-044-N00024-13June 28, 2 December
Signal Sys Mitigation Department
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Qunav LLCAssured VisDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-153- FA8650-13August 07,May 07, 2
SYSTEMS &Precise Es DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-153- FA8650-13August 07,May 07, 2
Techno-ScieAircraft E Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-165- FA8650-13August 07,May 05, 2
CU AEROSPA Dynamic AiDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-165- FA8650-13August 06,May 06, 2
UNITED SILScalable, DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-166- FA8650-13June 03, 2 March 01,
Oceanit LabNanostructDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-167- FA8650-13June 24, 2 March 25,
REACTION An Advance Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-171- FA8650-13July 29, 20March 03,
P C KRAUSFrequency Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-172- FA8650-13July 08, 20April 08, 2
COMBUSTIO Combustion Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-173- FA9300-13May 17, 2 February 2
Advanced CSelective Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-173- FA9300-13May 22, 2 February 2
Florida TurAdvanced RDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-174- FA8650-13August 01,May 12, 2
ARTIUM TEGas Turbine Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-188- FA9101-13May 16, 2 February 1
Coherent LeXtreme wrDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR F103-026- N66001-13July 08, 20July 07, 20
Stratom, InSelf-propelDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR F103-159- M67854-13August 01,September
InternationCooling/ThDepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N102-110-M67854-13June 01, 2 May 31, 2
PHYSICAL Fishing NeDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N102-155-N00024-13June 24, 2 February 0
Windlift Rapidly DeDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N103-194-M67854-13August 01,May 31, 2
Jaybridge U2VIS: A UDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N103-225-N00024-13February 0February 0
Vescent PhWaveguideDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N111-039-N00024-13June 05, 2 February 0
Hy-Tek Man High Load Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N111-047-N00024-13July 16, 20December
MicrowaveHigh PowerDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N111-052-N00024-13July 31, 20July 31, 20
METIS DESGuided WaDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N111-053-N00024-13June 24, 2 June 29, 2
Wolf TechniRobotic EdDepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N111-059-N00024-13June 20, 2 February 1
Heron Syste Integrated Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N112-101-N68335-13July 31, 20January 18
SPORIAN MA Conforma Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N112-123-N68335-13January 09May 15, 2
DYNAFLOW, Non-AbrasiDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N112-157-N00014-13January 03July 03, 20
VOCI TECHAutomatedDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N112-163-N00014-13January 08August 23,
Assurance Miniature Department Navy Phase II SBIR N112-169-N66001-13July 23, 20January 22
ADAPTIVE Wideband Department
R Navy Phase II SBIR N112-170-N66001-13June 13, 2 December
RDRTec IncDetection Department Navy Phase II SBIR N121-004-N68335-13June 12, 2 June 15, 2
Universal TAutomatedDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-027-N68335-13July 22, 20July 31, 20
SOAR TECHA Cognitiv Department Navy Phase II SBIR N121-082-N00014-13June 06, 2 December
PHYSICAL See-ThrougDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-085-N00014-13May 02, 2 November
PROGENY Simple ProfDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-103-N66001-13April 01, 2 September
Boston EngGhostSwimm Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N08A-030-N00014-13April 02, 2 April 20, 2
PHYSICAL Handheld SDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-222- FA8222-13March 22, December
Vecna Techn System of SDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-006- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 03, 2
Imaging SyTransient EDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-010- FA9451-13SeptemberJuly 01, 20
OPTICAL E Mode Adapt Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-011- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 23, 2
Frontier TeDecision-SDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-116- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
YELLOWSTO Cetane SenDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-158- FA8650-13July 25, 20February 2
Area I, Inc.Developmen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-159- FA8650-13June 12, 2 March 10,
SPYTEK AEMulti-ITB- Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-160- FA8650-13July 25, 20February 2
Peregrine A Novel AdDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-160- FA8650-13August 08,May 08, 2
ATREX ENER Advanced PDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-160- FA8650-13July 25, 20February 2
Engine Rese Advanced PDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-160- FA8650-13July 29, 20May 02, 2
GSE, Inc. Advanced PDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-160- FA8650-13August 06,May 07, 2
Pradeep K Bearing AnDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-163- FA8650-13August 12,May 12, 2
UES, Inc. Frequency Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-172- FA8650-13July 31, 20May 10, 2
Flow ModelComputatioDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-181- FA9101-13May 14, 2 February 1
JRM ENTERP A LightweigDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N111-050-N00024-13January 04January 04
SEALANDAILow Cost HDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N111-055-N00024-13June 19, 2 June 19, 2
TECHNICALInnovativeDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N112-118-N68335-13January 10January 10
GENERAL NAdvanced CDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N112-149-N00014-13May 20, 2 August 18,
AOSense, ICompact Ve Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N112-151-N00014-13April 26, 2 November
MAINSTREAdvanced FDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N112-164-N00014-13January 08July 08, 20
TWINLEAF A low-costDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-006-N68335-13May 31, 2 June 05, 2
Echo RidgeImproved RDepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N121-011-N68335-13July 03, 20July 15, 20
Nanolab, I Wear IndicDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N121-016-N68335-13June 06, 2 June 15, 2
APPLIED P Improved RDepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N121-020-N68335-13July 25, 20July 31, 20
MAYFLOWEHigh-IntegrDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-030-N68335-13June 05, 2 December
DELCROSS Radar SignDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-038-N68335-13June 28, 2 September
PHYSICAL Physics-baDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N121-040-N68936-13June 26, 2 June 25, 2
Chesapeake Maritime ADepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N121-045-N68335-13June 20, 2 January 29
KNEXUS REA Cognitiv DepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N121-082-N00014-13June 28, 2 March 28,
RDRTec IncAutomatic DepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N121-089-N00014-13March 20, July 20, 20
CambridgePlanar,
E LowDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N121-090-N00014-13June 21, 2 June 30, 2
Photonic SyFully ScalaDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N121-093-N00014-13May 23, 2 June 24, 2
PolyK TechDevelopmen Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N121-095-N00014-13June 17, 2 April 30, 2
PROGENY Traffic Pr Department Navy Phase II SBIR N121-098-N00014-13May 03, 2 December
MAGIC LEAP Ultra-High Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-017- FA8650-13July 03, 20April 03, 2
Hal TechnoCompact, dDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F121-222- FA8222-13March 26, December
Chesapeake Common Glo Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-224- FA8501-13January 13October 12
WILLIAMSRJust In TimDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F121-225- FA8501-13January 31October 30
CYBERNETJust In TimDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-225- FA8501-13January 31October 29
ADVANCEDNext GenerDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-226- FA8501-13January 14October 13
Research ACommon Oper Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-227- FA8501-13December September
INFORMATICommon Oper Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F121-227- FA8501-13December September
CLEAR SCI Evaluation Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-003- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 17, 2
M4 ENGINEEvaluation DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-003- FA8650-13August 21,May 23, 2
Kord TechnoEngineeringDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-003- FA8650-13SeptemberApril 14, 2
ENVIRONETStrain MeaDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-007- FA8650-13August 22,May 22, 2
PHYSICAL Sense-and-Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-008- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 04, 2
Beck EngineHigh-Effic Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-009- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
Spiritech ALow-Observ Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-009- FA9451-13SeptemberJuly 31, 20
STELLAR SCComputer-a Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-010- FA9451-13SeptemberJuly 01, 20
TECHFLOWTransient EDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-010- FA9451-13SeptemberJuly 01, 20
nLight PhoMulti-kW FDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-011- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 24, 2
SUB-MICRO Fiber Opti Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-011- FA9451-13October 01July 01, 20
Optical Ph Bidirectio Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-012- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 25, 2
NUTRONICS ConformalDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-012- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 24, 2
MV InnovatAdvanced PDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-012- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 25, 2
i2C SolutioConformal Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-013- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
MV InnovatFiber Arra Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-013- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
Equinox CoAimpoint M Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-014- FA9451-13SeptemberJune 23, 2
MZA AssociTarget Rot Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-014- FA9451-13October 01July 01, 20
PHYSICAL Sensor-FusDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-018- FA8650-13May 17, 2 February 2
Sage TechnoDigital Mu Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-018- FA8650-13May 21, 2 February 2
SPYRUS, InSPYRUS App Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-033- FA8750-13June 23, 2 April 23, 2
ATC-NY, IncDocMark: ADepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-052- FA8750-13June 16, 2 April 16, 2
SILICON T AutomatedDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-057- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
ESCAPE C W and V BaDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-060- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 06, 2
SPACE MICW and V BaDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-060- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 13, 2
STRUCTURA Modeling aDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-122- FA8650-13June 20, 2 March 20,
First RF CoGNSS Anten Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-149- FA8650-13August 08,May 09, 2
TOYON RE GNSS Anten Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-149- FA8650-13August 08,May 09, 2
Redondo Op Self-RefereDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-164- FA8650-13July 25, 20September
ADA Techno Low Filler Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-167- FA8650-13June 11, 2 March 11,
SPRUNG-BR Rotary ElecDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-168- FA8650-13July 03, 20April 03, 2
Magnetic PCompact, HDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-168- FA8650-13July 15, 20April 15, 2
McGaw Tech Robust CryDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-169- FA9300-13August 07,May 07, 2
Busek Co., Novel HighDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-170- FA9300-13July 11, 20April 11, 2
Marine DesFuel Effic DepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N103-193-M67854-13August 01,January 31
Phoenix LLA High FluxDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-119- FA8650-13June 11, 2 March 11,
Cyan SysteSaturation DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-121- FA8650-13May 21, 2 February 2
UES, Inc. Modeling aDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-122- FA8650-13July 01, 20April 01, 2
ADVANCEDModeling aDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-122- FA8650-13June 13, 2 March 13,
Q-PEAK I Coherent IDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-150- FA8650-13August 13,May 07, 2
Physical ScSystem forDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-164- FA8650-13July 25, 20April 28, 2
CREARE LLCAn AdaptivDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-165- FA8650-13August 08,May 06, 2
CREARE LLCEAU ControDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-172- FA8650-13July 24, 20April 24, 2
Spectral EnFast MeasuDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-188- FA9101-13May 16, 2 February 1
MAINSTREHigh Effic Department Navy Phase II SBIR N103-193-M67854-13June 01, 2 May 30, 2
Iris Techn High Effic Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N103-194-M67854-13August 01,July 31, 20
HDM SysteAdaptive HDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N103-194-M67854-13August 07,November
CREARE LLCFastener MDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-120- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
NanosonicEncapsulatiDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-123- FA8650-13June 13, 2 March 13,
ObjectVid Developmen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-128- FA8650-13August 08,May 09, 2
ADSYS CONOnboard ViDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-128- FA8650-13August 12,May 16, 2
Boulder NoHigh SpeedDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-129- FA8650-13August 06,May 06, 2
Isocline EnProgrammab Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-132- FA8650-13August 08,May 12, 2
Neya SysteLong-dista DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-133- FA8650-13August 07,May 07, 2
Vision SystLong-dista Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-133- FA8650-13August 06,May 01, 2
TOYON RE Manpack aDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-136- FA8650-13July 31, 20May 01, 2
InnoSys Scalable, Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-166- FA8650-13June 11, 2 March 11,
ContinentaRotary ElecDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-168- FA8650-13June 26, 2 April 27, 2
Combustion ComputatioDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-181- FA9101-13May 14, 2 February 1
Triton Syst Improved PrDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N052-100-N68335-13May 15, 2 May 08, 2
VANGUARDALD-Enhanc Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-123- FA8650-13May 20, 2 February 2
Guerci ConCognitive Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-135- FA8650-13August 12,May 12, 2
METRON, Fully AdapDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-135- FA8650-13August 13,May 12, 2
SOLID STA GMTI DataDepartment of DefenPhase I SBIR F131-139- fa8650-13 August 06,May 05, 2
DISCOVERYPackaging Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-142- FA8650-13August 07,May 07, 2
SYSTEMS &NanoparticDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-173- FA9300-13July 10, 20April 10, 2
Precision Combustion Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-173- FA9300-13May 22, 2 February 2
D&P LLC An EfficienDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N082-118-N68335-13June 12, 2 June 13, 2
ULTRA COM MultichanneDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N091-039-N68335-13July 17, 20November
HYPRES, INSubrangingDepartment Navy Phase II SBIR N092-154-N00014-13June 28, 2 September
PROTECTIOMitigation Department Navy Phase II SBIR N101-001-M67854-13April 23, 2 October 22
AKITA INN EncapsulatiDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-123- FA8650-13May 20, 2 February 2
Mound Lase Methods toDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-124- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
Luna InnovSelf-Heali DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-126- FA8650-13May 28, 2 February 2
NEI CORPOChromate-fDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-126- FA8650-13May 24, 2 February 2
Sensor ElecScalable, DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-166- FA8650-13June 05, 2 March 05,
Florida TurInnovativeDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-169- FA9300-13May 21, 2 February 2
MOHAWK Robust
IN CryDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-169- FA9300-13July 25, 20April 25, 2
Astronix R Compact HiDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-170- FA9300-13May 30, 2 April 01, 2
ILLINOISROLarge EddyDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-181- FA9101-13May 14, 2 February 1
Aerodyne RDevelopment Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-188- FA9101-13May 21, 2 February 2
Data FusioGame Theor Department
Navy Phase II SBIR B073-031-N66001-13April 25, 2 April 24, 2
ChromologiNondestrucDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-115- FA8650-13June 03, 2 March 03,
TRAYCER DContinuousDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-115- FA8650-13June 14, 2 March 14,
ADVATECHInnovativeDepartment
P Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-118- FA8650-13July 01, 20April 01, 2
Luna InnovHandheld, Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-120- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
X-Wave InnHand-HeldDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-120- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
Thermoanal Mitigating Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-121- FA8650-13April 26, 2 January 26
ConsolidatMitigating DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-121- FA8650-13May 22, 2 February 2
UES, Inc. Process MoDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-124- FA8650-13May 31, 2 February 2
Harvest TeMethods toDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-124- FA8650-13July 15, 20April 15, 2
AutonomicDevelopmen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-126- FA8650-13May 22, 2 February 2
Broadata CEnhanced SDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-128- FA8650-13July 30, 20May 05, 2
First RF CoLight WeigDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-145- FA8650-13July 17, 20April 17, 2
Optra, Inc.Compressive Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-146- FA8650-13August 05,May 07, 2
Auriga MeaLow cost DDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-148- FA8650-13August 02,May 02, 2
MOHAWK InnovativeDepartment
IN Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-159- FA8650-13July 25, 20April 24, 2
MAINSTREDevelopmen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-159- FA8650-13June 12, 2 March 10,
MAYACHITRAutomatic Department Navy Phase II SBIR N071-085-N00014-13May 01, 2 November
Bihrle ApplStall/Upse Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N081-005-N68335-13August 01,August 15,
Optical Ph Optical CelDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N081-073-N00014-13January 03October 03
TECHSHOT,Autonomous Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N102-107-M67854-13August 01,January 31
Intelligen Fuel Effic Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N103-193-M67854-13August 01,January 31
Wolf TechniModular An Department
Navy Phase II SBIR N111-002-M67854-13June 27, 2 December
TANENHAUS Low Cost, LDepartment
Navy Phase II SBIR N111-007-N68335-13January 08February 1
OMEGA MIC High ThermDepartmentNavy Phase II SBIR N111-034-N00024-13July 18, 20July 18, 20
Network SeCooperativDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-062- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 12, 2
Oceanit LabGPS-Denied Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-063- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 09, 2
Q Track CoAbsolute RDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-063- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 09, 2
SCIENCE ARetrieving Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-068- FA9453-13August 20,May 30, 2
QUANTUMAdvanced
D TDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-081- FA9453-13August 12,May 20, 2
CREARE LLCAn Efficie DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-083- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 09, 2
Spectral EnPrediction Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-162- FA8650-13August 19,May 20, 2
PnP InnovatEnhancing DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-075- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 19, 2
EPIR TECH Low Temper Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-083- FA9453-13SeptemberMay 22, 2
ATMOSPHER Characteri Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-094- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 05, 2
W R SYSTECharacteri Department of DefenPhase I SBIR F131-094- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 13, 2
TOYON RE Onboard Rea Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-132- FA8650-13August 14,May 14, 2
Black Rive Fully AdapDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-135- FA8650-13August 26,May 26, 2
First RF CoManpack aDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-136- FA8650-13August 14,May 14, 2
SOFTRONICVery Low FrDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-137- FA8650-13August 23,May 23, 2
ORB AnalytLightweighDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-138- FA8650-13August 22,May 23, 2
Trident Sy GMTI DataDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-139- FA8650-13August 21,May 26, 2
ARTEMIS, IGMTI DataDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-139- FA8650-13SeptemberMay 26, 2
Matrix ResAntenna DeDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-141- FA8650-13August 22,May 23, 2
NuvotronicAntenna DeDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-141- FA8650-13August 15,May 16, 2
PHASE SENPackaging Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-142- FA8650-13August 30,May 30, 2
RBS TechnoLow PowerDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-144- FA8650-13August 20,May 21, 2
SI2 TECHNLightweighDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-145- FA8650-13August 15,May 16, 2
ALPHA OME AffordableDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-147- FA8650-13August 14,May 14, 2
Princeton Low cost DDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-148- FA8650-13August 16,May 23, 2
ThinKom So A Wideband Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-149- FA8650-13August 26,May 26, 2
UTOPIACOAccurate UDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-153- FA8650-13August 20,May 19, 2
Wedeven As Bearing AnDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-163- FA8650-13August 19,May 20, 2
GENERAL NThermal InDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-167- FA8650-13August 19,May 19, 2
Physical ScEnhancemen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-171- FA8650-13July 31, 20May 01, 2
PHYSICAL Electronic Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-129- FA8650-13August 19,May 19, 2
Etegent TecNew RadarDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-130- FA8650-13SeptemberMay 28, 2
OPTO-KNOW Space BaseDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-146- FA8650-13August 15,May 16, 2
UltraCell L RIPPED UAV Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-159- FA8650-13August 26,May 26, 2
Combustion Improved RDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-161- FA8650-13August 22,May 23, 2
ESCAPE C W and V baDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-061- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 06, 2
Charles RivSchedulingDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-069- FA9453-13August 15,May 15, 2
Braxton TeEnabling ADepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-069- FA9453-13August 15,May 14, 2
STOTLER HIntelligen Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-069- FA9453-13August 15,May 19, 2
Cognitive Game-Theor Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-072- FA9453-13August 21,May 21, 2
Nu-Trek Radiation Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-073- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
NANOHMIC Ultra-effi Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-074- FA9453-13SeptemberJuly 07, 20
SPACE MICHosted PayDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-075- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 18, 2
EMERGENTHolistic R Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-076- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
Imaging SyAssured SpDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-078- FA9453-13August 27,May 27, 2
Physical ScMagnetic FDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-083- FA9453-13SeptemberMay 22, 2
CREARE LLCSpacecraftDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-093- FA9453-13May 15, 2 February 1
Iris Techn Microsat CDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-093- FA9453-13May 29, 2 May 29, 2
NorthwestCharacteri Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-094- FA9453-13August 14,April 20, 2
Charles RivSum Produc Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-095- FA9453-13July 25, 20April 03, 2
CONDUCTIV Advances iDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-108- FA8650-13July 09, 20April 09, 2
IPITEK, Inc.Selective DepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-109- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 03, 2
DEFENSE RGroup 4-5 Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-131- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 30, 2
3 DEGREESCetane SenDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-158- FA8650-13July 31, 20May 12, 2
MAINSTREImproved RDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-161- FA8650-13August 16,May 19, 2
D&P LLC A Tool to Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-162- FA8650-13August 15,May 14, 2
DynaTech EImproved RDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-163- FA8650-13August 22,May 26, 2
Luna InnovDirect MeaDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-196- FA8222-13SeptemberJune 08, 2
TREX ENTEV/W-band D t epartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-061- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 20, 2
NAVSYS COCooperativDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-062- FA9453-13SeptemberJune 09, 2
A-Tech CorSpace ObjeDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-076- FA9453-13SeptemberMay 26, 2
Blue RidgeDevelopmen Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-128- FA8650-13August 23,May 26, 2
QUINSTAR Highly InteDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-060- FA9453-13SeptemberJuly 07, 20
Kord TechnoMultiband Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-066- FA9453-13August 23,May 23, 2
INTELLIGE Network SuDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-072- FA9453-13August 15,April 17, 2
ATMOSPHER GPS Awaren Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-081- FA9453-13August 30,May 30, 2
Signal InnoNew RadarDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-130- FA8650-13August 20,May 21, 2
SYSTEMS &Group 4-5 Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-131- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 06, 2
SPECTRANET High Sensi Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-137- FA8650-13August 23,May 23, 2
ULTRA COM Packaging Department
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-142- FA8650-13August 22,May 24, 2
MAYFLOWEMiniature Department Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-144- FA8650-13August 23,May 21, 2
Nu-Trek Low PowerDepartment Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-144- FA8650-13August 15,May 12, 2
nLight PhoCoherent DDepartmentAir Force Phase I SBIR F131-150- FA8650-13August 20,May 21, 2
Vision SystSpeedy SpaDepartment
Air Force Phase I SBIR F131-151- FA8650-13SeptemberJune 06, 2
Solicita SolicitatTopic CoAward YAward ADUNS HubzoneSocially Woman Number
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0352013 749854 052062833N N N 72
2011.2 2011 AF112-0362013 749388 127802234N N Y 14
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0832013 749992 601975803N N N 10
2011.2 2011 AF112-1142013 749963 153865951N N Y 255
2011.2 2011 AF112-1322013 750000 144540283N N N 130
2011.2 2011 AF112-0292013 750000 161911532N N Y 125
2011.2 2011 AF112-0302013 728705 069690732N Y N 4
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0652013 748693 601975803N N N 10
2011.2 2011 AF112-0762013 749959 120839477N N N 30
2011.2 2011 AF112-1202013 999646 000000000N N Y 255
2011.2 2011 AF112-1362013 992766 000000000N N N 3
2011.2 2011 AF112-1392013 1050000 054672662N N N 110
2011.2 2011 AF112-1442013 1194074 000000000N N N 41
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2011.2 2011 AF112-1502013 749455 168849011N N N 19
2011.2 2011 AF112-1512013 748014 800427838N N N 6
2011.2 2011 AF112-1592013 750000 161911532N N Y 125
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0172013 749935 791162337N N N 13
2011.2 2011 AF112-0212013 749986 796010411N N N 48
2011.2 2011 AF112-0222013 749959 048474568N N N 6
2011.2 2011 AF112-0232013 750000 967259946N N N 125
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0252013 748613 945483733N N N 45
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2011.2 2011 AF112-0492013 741666 124032868N N N 47
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1582013 749930 801184982N N N 12
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2012.3 2012 MDA12-032013 99911 153865951N N Y 255
2012.3 2012 MDA12-032013 99999 625120902N N N 86
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2012.3 2012 MDA12-032013 146043 949127971N Y N 5
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2012.3 2012 MDA12-032013 99989 195754056N N Y 52
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2012.3 2012 MDA12-032013 99913 829136030N N N 5
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2012.3 2012 OSD12-HS 2013 149858 193786014N N N 75
2012.3 2012 OSD12-HS 2013 150000 078589356N N N 3
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1442013 748742 964928464N N N 16
2012.1 2012 AF121-1592013 739475 168849011N N N 19
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2012.3 2012 MDA12-022013 99956 081669173N N N 2
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1382013 749954 107928806N N N 100
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2012.1 2012 AF121-0922013 1846528 000000000N N Y 110
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1062013 749979 053885604N N N 366
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1392013 749989 038732173N N N 54
2012.1 2012 AF121-1452013 748668 042480072N N N 8
2012.1 2012 AF121-1462013 749565 073800062N N N 135
2012.1 2012 AF121-1632013 749914 111305843N N N 60
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2012.1 2012 AF121-1642013 749931 191741292Y N N 17
2012.1 2012 AF121-1652013 1499727 000000000N N N 16
2012.1 2012 AF121-1662013 749960 199060521N N N 11
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2013.1 2013 CBD13-1022013 99987 078274262N N N 6
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2013.1 2013 CBD13-1032013 99841 100950521N N N 1
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2013.1 2013 CBD13-1092013 100000 829301378N N N 4
2013.1 2013 CBD13-1092013 99892 072021041N N N 126
2013.1 2013 CBD13-1102013 99963 781335112N Y Y 1
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2013.1 2013 A13-001 2013 99999 153865951N N Y 264
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Tao Jiang Research Sc(301) 294- tjiang@i-a Stub Weapon Sys ABSTRACT: Current cyber threats analysis
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Peter SchulPrincipal I (978) 250- pschuler@tStub Visors,di ABSTRACT: Triton Systems has demonstra
Brian UlicnChief Scien(508) 788- bulicny@viStub Relevance ABSTRACT: The purpose of this Phase II is
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Eric Fails Sr. Enginee(919) 341- eric.fails Stub SimulationIn this research effort, Vadum will demon
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Sanjiv LalwScientist II (979) 764- sanjiv.lalwani@lynntech.com ConformablSensitive and expensive electronic equipm
Radha AgarVice Presi (973) 994- ragarwal@Stub Materials/The objective will be to develop nano-sca
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Nick VitalbPresident (412) 254- nick.vital Stub VALR,nVisiBased upon nVision Technology employee
Vladimir EsDirector, I (310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com bio-inspir To address the Army"s need for a h
Anthony StPresident (858) 625- astarr@se Stub IR,Infrare ABSTRACT: The team will develop a direc
Carol WeddPresident (419) 536- cwedding@ Stub Scene geneABSTRACT: Infrared (IR) imaging and sens
Tony F F ZaPresident (703) 964- zahrah@ma Stub Reactive mABSTRACT: MATSYS proposes to develop
Michael BaPresident (301) 977- mspb@dspl Stub Ladar,lida ABSTRACT: The objective of this effort is t
Jameson Be Principal E(860) 328- jsb@isl-in Stub air-to-air ABSTRACT: Radar sensors provide an imp
Nathaniel Senior Eng(508) 655- nate@buseStub electrospraABSTRACT: Busek has successfully demo
Jim CraftonVice Presi (937) 429- jwcrafton@Stub Skin Fricti ABSTRACT: Among the technical challeng
Anthony JeSenior RF (303) 449- ajensen@fStub High Tempe ABSTRACT: As more and more advanced
Greg ArnolPrincipal I (937) 427- greg.arnol Stub feature re ABSTRACT: Matrix Research, Inc. propose
Joel DouglaVice Presi (781) 503- joel.dougl Stub SimultaneoABSTRACT: The U.S. military has achieved
George E Corporate S(310) 754- george.bo Stub Munitions,ABSTRACT: The Munitions Environment S
P. K Kelly Director of(303) 449- pkelly@frsStub Two-axis mABSTRACT: As airborne sensors become m
Khurram ShPrincipal I (703) 654- kshafque Stub Geo-registABSTRACT: This Small Business Innovatio
Arlen SchmPresident (650) 561- arlen@vis Stub Digital re ABSTRACT: In the past, systems such as th
Jay P GiblinPrincipal S (978) 689- jgiblin@psStub Quantum Do ABSTRACT: Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), w
Paul RivkinPrincipal I (315) 732- rivkin@brsStub passive mulABSTRACT: Development and deploymen
Lee PattonSr. Staff E (937) 427- lee.patton Stub passive mulABSTRACT: Interest in bistatic radar, wher
Milan Mash General M(805) 277- mashan@frStub coherent rABSTRACT: Freedom Photonics is proposi
Thomas PolSenior Mem (781) 503- tom.polla Stub 3D ModelinABSTRACT: We propose to develop a syst
Joseph AhaVP Enginee(760) 652- jahadian@Stub RFIC,IntegrABSTRACT: Close-in sensors can be used
Glen R BailChief Engin(480) 850- glen.baile Stub Biological In austere and inaccessible environments
Brian J EllioPrincipal (303) 940- belliott@tda.com SequestratTDA Research, Inc. and the University of
Lawrence CEO (617) 448- lawrence. Stub PolyurethaMitigation and recovery from an attack w
Xinhua Li Senior Scie(617) 621- xli@nanot Stub responsiveChemical warfare agents, such as nerve a
Onur Mudan Principal S (310) 443- mudanyali@holomic.com Rugged and We propose a next-generation reader syst
Raymond PChief Scien(301) 683- peterson@Stub lateral fl Chem-bio attacks are a threat to U.S. milit
David CohnPresident (310) 378- dbctechnology@earthlink.net standoff deA new and promising algorithm is propose
ChristopheScientist (630) 226- proposals@sivananthanlabs.us Focal plan The primary goal of this proposed work is
Paul Glass Lead Engin(412) 224- pglass@naStub Gecko adheHook and loop closures in Army uniforms
Michael D Principal I (603) 643- mdj@creare.com Chemical/BInterfaces on existing military chemical/b
Shantha SaPresident (781) 769- shantha@icetinc.com Polymer,SelThe ultimate goal is to develop coatings to
Neeraj Sin Technical (215) 766- sinha@crafStub CEX,ExplosCombustion Research and Flow Technolog
Thomas CoChief Engi (707) 803- tcook@lithiumstart.com Power,LighThe US DoD Missile Defense Agency (MDA
Kuo-Yen SzSenior Tech(805) 371- kyszema@h Stub CFD,meshin A comprehensive approach is proposed to
Kevin Bric Senior Rese(215) 766- kbrinckmaStub afterburni Finite-rate turbulence- chemistry interacti
Robin Pull Program M(434) 202- robin.pulliam@brightspec.com Gas sensorDesign of a custom chirped-pulse Fourier
Elena BekyCEO and Pr(951) 682- bekyarova@carbonsolution.com carbon nanThis project aims to develop all-solid-state
Greg GrudiChief Tech (720) 204- greg@flashbacktechnologies.com trauma,tri The proposed Phase I work will deliver a n
Byron ZollaChief Scien(512) 389- bzollars@ Stub Ocular dia Rapid evaluation of ocular injuries in aust
Larry ScallyCTO/Presid(719) 388- larry.scal Stub VTOL,UAS,oThe unique capabilities provided by vertic
Andrew CarManufactur(512) 821- andrew.carStub Direct MetThe combustor liner is subject to the high
Glen WhiteAssociate (609) 538- glen@contStub Grid generAccurate flow calculation is crucial to the
Vladimir K Technical (256) 726- proposals-Stub ComputatioCFDRC proposes to develop a computatio
Jeffrey HesChief Tech (434) 297- Hesler@VAStub trace gas VDI and OSU are in a strong position to m
Michael GrSenior Tec (814) 867- mgrissom@ Stub electroact KCF in partnership with Penn State will ev
Steve GalbrPrinicpal I (406) 497- sgalbrait Stub cold chain,Resodyn Corporation proposes to develop
Ninad Patn(310) 320- (310) 320- ATProposals@poc.com UnmannedToaeaddress the Armys need for a low-cost
Paul TechaVice Presi (703) 269- pmt@isl-i Stub Radar,Mill In a number of arid regions of the world,
AmarendraPrincipal I (937) 426- arai@ues. Stub gas turbin Thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) are susce
Kamal HadiPresident (860) 486- khadidi@aStub CMAS,lantAmastan, in collaboration with the Univer
Peter Liu Sr. Scientis(253) 872- peter.liu@omax.com Abrasive-wOMAX proposes to develop an abrasive-w
Neeraj Sin Vice Presi (215) 766- sinha@craft-tech.com high altit The problem to be addressed within the p
Daniel HoltPrincipal (802) 777- dholtgosselin@ewa.com low SWAP,bEWA Government Systems Inc. (EWA GSI)
Castro L PhProgram En(781) 529- claicer@giStub Energy StorThe power demands for a wide variety of
Gerald StolPresident (505) 404- LAR@StolaStub IED GroundModern ground warfare platorms are bu
Mark FolletSr. Electri (303) 516- mfollett@sStub Sensors,WISporian proposes to develop a wireless se
Byron ZollaChief Scien(512) 389- bzollars@ Stub atmosphericMitigation, correction, or cancellation of t
Mani SundCEO (603) 821- msundara Stub Dark currenWe propose a simple and elegant techniq
Alex NaumPrincipal S (310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com Power harvTo address the Armys need for a self-reple
Waheguru Principal I (979) 764- waheguru.singh@lynntech.com renewable,LIn remote locations that are inaccessible b
Waheguru Group Lea (979) 764- waheguru.Stub Insect-Bor Military personnel are often deployed to a
Jessica Do Principal I (540) 558- dominoj@lStub Vector-bornThere is a need for a durable, non-toxic te
Bill NordhaPrinciple I (972) 747- bnordhausStub Radar,tran This Phase I SBIR program will defne the
Michael JoEmbedded(256) A 535- michael.j Stub Fuze,DopplPhase IV systems has worked on a variety
Guy RoszelMechanical(570) 602- groszel@keStub 40mm,Minia The objective of this project is to design a
Matthew BiEngineeri (216) 649- birch@orbitalresearch.com Miniature There exists a need to improve the lethali
Bob Burch Chief Tech (407) 601- bburch@dig Stub Computer D g ignitas Technologies Phase I approach w
CHIEU NGUVP APPLIE (949) 273- chieu.nguyen@metronome-software.com Operating Metronome and Raytheon propose the d
Renato LevChief Scien(301) 294- rlevy@i-a- Stub Root-CauseTo support reliable and secure communic
James StruDirector of(714) 974- jstruble@rStub Full Digit Advancing technology in Sample/Hold, A/
Gil Raz Senior Mem (781) 503- raz@STResStub wideband,lSystems & Technology Research (STR
Ian RumseySenior RF (303) 449- irumsey@fStub NetworkingIn this Phase I effort, FIRST RF will develop
Kyle WhalePrinciple I (972) 747- kwhaley@m Stub UAV Radar,Mustang proposes to develop innovative,
William Di Sr. Control (650) 759- w.dickson Stub virtual sta SA Photonics is pleased to propose our FA
David SchePresident (562) 735- davejs@coStub precision CDI is proposing an tactical OIRU design b
Edgar MenChief Excec(310) 292- emendoza@redondooptics.com wireless f Redondo Optics Inc. (ROI) proposes to de
Nic WilliamManager of(480) 820- nicholas.williams@safeinc.us safety,cargThe proposed solution concepts are inten
Joseph GaiChief Engi (631) 981- jgaito@easStub Cargo,surviDevelop an innovative approach for cargo
Shibin JianPresident (520) 790- sjiang@advaluephotonics.com fber ampliTelecommunication 850 nm band is an att
Richard BoManager, C(717) 295- Richard.B Stub heat pipesThis Small Business Innovation Research (
Brandon ZeVice Presi (858) 598- brandon@a Stub Blind SignaAdaptive Dynamics, Inc. (ADI) has develop
Rob BlanchPrincipal I (703) 968- rblanchard@adaptivemethods.com detection, Existing organic sensors of surface comba
Jim MacDoMember Tec (800) 341- jmacdonalStub TR module,Nuvotronics proposes to develop low-cos
Robert HayVP Busine (781) 893- rhay@mmcStub Multi-laye This proposal addresses an opportunity fo
John MurpVP / Proje (678) 296- jmurphy@orionsolutionsllc.com anti-icing Orion Solutions is pleased to submit a rec
Brian MoorSenior Res(315) 339- bmoore@rStub Ambiguity TEhis SBIR develops technologies to autom
Walter RanPrincipal E(401) 849- walt@prometheus-us.com Signal Des We will adapt, tailor and apply novel mate
Tom NugenPresident (253) 872- tom.nugenStub Power OverAnalyze a tethered VTOL system capable o
Antonios Ch Principle (937) 297- tony.chall Stub Power distCurrently 400 Hz power systems onboard
Ronald SeipPresident (808) 261- ronseiple@Stub Launch andThis effort utilizes a new Launch and Reco
AmarendraPrincipal I (937) 426- arai@ues.com Gear,engine Loss of the primary lubrication system in t
Sameer H PI/Sr. Comp(505) 903- shemmadyStub AutomotiveTo address PEO Ground Systems requirem
Richard IvyPrincipal I (864) 972- richard.ivy@quickflex.com Power,SWAP Soldiers and Unattended Sensors can gain
Paul FazzioResearch E(203) 287- pfazzino@pStub kitchen,refPrecision Combustion, Inc. (PCI) will deve
Scott MorrPrincipal I (978) 250- smorrison Stub Energy Harv Our team, which includes a current suppl
ChristopheGroup Lea (979) 764- christopheStub Power sourc To meet the current and future needs of t
Aaron WalkChief Tech (919) 341- aaron.wal Stub linear,Non In this program Vadum will develop a rada
Serena ChaChief Opera (607) 351- serenasch Stub scalable,NeWe will develop and evaluate algorithms
Mohammed Technical D(937) 291- contact@eStub SCREECH,da A novel passive screech liner damping des
Gary BedroPrincipal I (814) 861- gary.bedr Stub radar sign High-fdelity predictions of the radar cros
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Amos FreePresident (818) 788- afreedy@percsolutions.com UnmannedThis Ai proposal is to develop Team Oriented
Ian RumseySenior RF (303) 449- irumsey@fStub DREX,Radar FIRST RF will develop a low SWaP DREX sy
Lance LabuProject Ma(480) 820- lance.labun@safeinc.us self-lubric Safe, Inc. proposes a physical shield to pro
Dmitri Iazi VP Manufa(541) 431- dmitri@lightsmyth.com High effici LightSmyth is a US based manufacturer of
Douglas SmPresident (508) 503- dsmith@plStub Spectral beThe intent of this proposal is to design, an
John MarciManaging (585) 771- john.marc Stub Spectral beSpectral beam combination (SBC) of fber
Timothy WDirector o (607) 428- timw@diam Stub DistributedDiamond Visionics proposes a solution to
David MorgSr. Softwar(913) 851- dmorgan@a Stub image geneA system is described that minimizes the
Yongdong JDirector (678) 287- yjiang@ngStub NANOSPRAY, Many military and commercial application
Stephen GaPrincipal I (406) 497- sgalbrait Stub Abrasion RResodyn Corporation proposes to develop
Edward ClaCTO (303) 522- edward.cl Stub Thermal IntThe aim of the proposal is to develop and
David Erb Director o (207) 933- erbdf@textech.us Parachute Parachutes are a vital technology for mov
Mehmet UrChief Tech (734) 730- muras@com Stub Blast Sens Paradigm Research and Engineering prop
Robert KipChief Scien(312) 873- kipp@delcStub asymptotic,Radar signatures of small boats and ships
Inna AbramCEO/CTO (323) 401- contact@inkographics.com Genetic al This effort will develop a software tool wi
Daniel RenPh.D./V.P. (805) 277- drenner@fStub Wireless CoFreedom Photonics proposes to develop a
Tod CourtnSenior Sof (217) 363- tcourtney@delcross.com antennas,RModern military systems contain numero
Andrew DrChief Scien(315) 334- adrozd@androcs.com Cosite Int Simulation tools that exist today for predi
Tayfun OzdPresident (734) 222- tayfun@vi Stub electromagVirtual EM is proposing to employ multi-c
Rick WalterPrincipal I (505) 767- rick.walter@atacorp.com Compact Opt ATA proposes to develop a Compact Optic
Jacob LoverDirector o (814) 867- loverich@kStub slip ring, This proposal addresses the opportunity t
Tyson LawrPrincipal I (978) 250- tlawrence@tritonsystems.com ProtectionLiner wear in spherical bearings used in f
Robert McCSr. VP, Chi (703) 365- bob.mccaig@assett.net Acoustic S ASSETT, Inc. proposes to develop an acou
Aaron Hat Thermal En(773) 355- aaron.hathaway@thermavant.com Pulsating An oscillating heat pipe (OHP) embedded
Andrew McPresident (225) 590- mccandlesStub interferen Radio systems are easily subjected to unin
Marc RobinSenior Eng(410) 431- marc@signalsystemscorp.com detection,lSignal Systems Corporation proposes to u
Vincent BaVP of Poly (540) 626- vince@nanStub tow cable, The objective of this Phase I SBIR program
Wayne ThoSenior Scie(617) 491- wthorntonStub metrology,e Electronic warfare (EW) systems classify e
William FarDirector of(410) 381- jim.farrell@lakota-tsi.com metrology,G Metrological differences between tactical
Jim CovingPrincipal I (860) 449- jcovingtonStub Automation Naval Combat Systems have evolved into
Kevin BrowPrincipal I (703) 368- kbrown@pr Stub Software DOur approach toward the successful comp
Richard BilSenior Sys (610) 521- richardbil Stub Over the HThe CommLift Vertical Take-Off and Landi
Karl MurphSenior Eng(240) 631- murphy@ro Stub autonomous Robotic Research LLC in an exclusive partn
Troy BeechSenior Eng(321) 631- tbeechner Stub Power elecNaval ships currently operate independen
John Ashe Project Ma(256) 971- ashe@aos-inc.com Control sy To improve the at sea recovery of the Rem
Peter RoosLaser Physi(406) 585- roos@bridStub Nonlinear To address the Navy's needs for a m
Tushar TanPrincipal I (919) 562- tushar.tank@3phoenix.net Automatic Actionable
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Vincent Pr Principal I (781) 862- premus@oasislex.com Physics-BaU. S. Navy tactical and strategic forces nee
John Dick Principal I (401) 849- jdickmann@sonalysts.com Course of Sonalysts proposes to develop a Mission P
Lewis Hart Principal I (703) 968- lhart@adaptivemethods.com Multi-objeSubmarines conduct operational missions
John MurraPrincipal E(410) 431- jmurray@sStub Automatic Thep proposed effort develops and evaluat
Jason SumManaging (202) 629- jason.e.summers@ariacoustics.com spatial sta Applied Research in Acoustics LLC will form
STEPHEN PRINCIPAL (617) 547- SFULGHUMStub extinction Science Research Laboratory, Inc. (SRL) w
David SonnGroup Lead(978) 689- sonnenfro Stub AbsorptionOperation of a ship-borne Laser Weapons
Thierry CarTechnology(303) 792- thierryc@adatech.com high energyADA Technologies is teaming with the Col
Rick HollanSenior Fell(703) 276- rick@chaotic.com Torpedo,toBy exploiting the high Doppler rate of torp
W. MonachVice Presi (757) 727- reynolds@Stub Torpedo rec In this SBIR project Wagner Associates wi
Charles GraPrincipal I (703) 968- cgray@adaptivemethods.com Torpedo DeTorpedoes are a lethal threat to surface sh
Ryan KilgorPrincipal S (617) 491- rkilgore@cStub Conning OfVirtual Environments (VEs) provide a cost
Roberto C Sr. Researc(407) 706- roberto@designinteractive.net Live Virtu The Data Integrator Ship Handling Assessm
Walt Allen Principal I (301) 840- wallenswoStub Active adaChallenges faced today by the U.S. Navy&
Petersen Cu Senior Eng(302) 456- pcurt@emp Stub wearable cNew enhancements to mobile computers
Mimmo EliPrincipal (617) 440- melia@novStub JP-8 combus Proposed here is an approach to modify t
Scott BierlyPresident (571) 308- scott.bierly@azuresummit.com communicat Next Generation airborne Navy Radar and
Charles KuzPresident (760) 652- ckuznia@uStub harsh envi This program creates a fber optic bi-direc
John Matt Team Lead(310) 320- ATProposals@poc.com Horizontal Addressing the Navy"s need to deve
Harry PerkPrincipal I (512) 263- hperkinsonStub CompositeA polymeric based hull protection system
Jennifer H CEO/Presid(801) 975- hwu@innosystech.com CATHODE,tr The need for wire that is able to be heate
Don HayesPresident (972) 578- don.hayes@microfab.com Direct-WritWe will develop and demonstrate the key
Jeffrey HobMechanical(440) 309- jeff.hobb Stub tungsten r Study to investigate variables to optimize
Conrad Po Owner (877) 763- cpdodsbirnet@stellarscience.com CAD Models The rapid identifcation of ships from peri
Michael MSenior Staf(805) 968- mmoore@tStub motion com To create robust automated video analysi
John ThornPrincipal I (858) 715- jthornton@progeny.net Low Cost,EProgeny will design the Expendable Real T
Mildred HaPrincipal I (781) 879- hastbacka.m@tiaxllc.com hose tube,To develop concepts for affordable flexho
Michael BaPrincipal I (603) 643- mdb@creare.com CONNECTOR, The need to isolate mechanical shock and
Dave WelliSenior Sof (703) 530- dwelling@sStub Simulator,FSedna Digital Solutions, LLC (Sedna) has e
Joseph CarPresident (303) 678- joe.carey@Stub phased arrIn this Phase I SBIR, we will perform syste
Andrew DaiSenior RF (781) 562- adaigle@metamagneticsinc.com T/R SwitchOver the course of this small business inn
Ross Bird Principal I (570) 322- rbird@qortek.com Sonar,PoweQorTek and Lockheed Martin Mission Syst
Geoff ShortPrincipal I (401) 846- gshort@prStub Power Supp The MK48 Heavyweight Torpedo broadba
Derek Yo Senior RF E(808) 531- Dahyo@OCStub RF SpectruOceanit"s approach is to develop an
Waheguru Group Lea (408) 266- waheguru.singh@lynntech.com Undersea ENavy Submarines utilize a large number o
Rock RushiPrincipal I (512) 263- rrushing@tri-austin.com ceramic,Pl Texas Research Institute Austin (TRI/Austi
Mike McFarPrincipal S (925) 798- mcfarland Stub Corrosion, The purpose of this project is to demonst
Adam GoffPrincipal I (434) 220- goffa@lunainc.com HydrophobiThe tow cable strands used to tow the AQ
Ron SteelePrincipal I (703) 968- rsteele@adaptivemethods.com system int Navy tactical software, such as the AN/SQ
Jason BurkPrincipal R(434) 973- barron@baStub fluid dyna Shipboard launch and recovery of remote
Robin HuanVice Presi (978) 988- robin@ter Stub high brigh There is a compelling need for scaling the
Thaddeus BSenior Scie(401) 822- thadbell@cStub Active sonaHistorically, operation of the mid-frequen
Ruben MaoDirector O (310) 507- rmao@daiStub upto C-BanThe United States Navy currently uses kly
Eddy MilanRF Enginee(310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com VSWR,KlystTo address the Navy need for a high peak-
Fred Niell PI (781) 275- niell@divt Stub High PowerDiversifed Technologies, Inc. (DTI) propos
Lawrence SChief Scien(703) 326- stone@metStub False AlarmMetron has developed a detector-tracker
Kevin JonesSenior Rese(954) 331- kevin@aveStub Source sepa This Phase I project will develop an innov
George AnPrincipal I (508) 828- ganderson@progeny.net Shock-ResiThe Navy has identifed the need for an im
Robert StePresident (319) 447- bobs@softrStub Power Mana Softronics Ltd. proposes employing a nove
Mark SullivChief Scien(571) 308- mark.sull Stub emitter parSEWIP Block 2 will utilize a fast-scanning E
Dennis StaSenior Vice(315) 339- dstadelman@ras.com data interpThis SBIR develops clustering and de-inter
Thomas Nul Principal E(919) 341- tom.null@vaduminc.com Robust,cons In this research effort, Vadum will evaluat
Benjamin SStructures (617) 229- bsmith@auStub Battery,HigAurora Flight Sciences and the Lockheed M
JAN PETRICPrincipal I (310) 626- jpetrich@nextgenaero.com Design OptSignifcant resources are required to incre
Alberto LacPresident (240) 631- lacaze@robStub FAULT DETEThe objective for Phase I of this effort is to
Michael PlaChief Execu(541) 929- plackmj@pStub Robot,LogiThe QED team proposes an Advanced Pay
Yi-Je Lim Chief Opera (617) 229- ylim@hstartech.com LCS MissioHstar proposes a mobile, advanced, agile,
Brian StiebAnalyst (805) 968- bstieber@toyon.com Video surveIn an effort to improve the current approa
Mark HawtDirector of(928) 779- mhawthornStub Radome,nex ATC Materials has developed a silicon nitr
Ender SavrPresident (425) 485- ender.savrun@siennatech.com ceramic,MiConventional dielectric materials for rado
Benjamin M Materials (847) 287- bmangrichStub Cerablak, Advanced missile radomes require robust
Zachary TayVice-presi (951) 600- zachary.taylor@gtlcompany.com Diving,OxyGTL proposes to develop a small diamete
Thierry CarTechnology(303) 792- thierryc@adatech.com frst-stage ADA Technologies, in collaboration with S
Daniel MetPrincipal I (540) 961- metreyd@lunainc.com fber optic Current air flasks utilized by the Navy for S
Matthew Ha Principal I (425) 869- matthew.hStub hybrid couEOSPACE proposes developing a practical
Noren Pan President (847) 588- npan@mldevices.com High effici One of the major challenges currently fac
Gary PozarSenior Scie(651) 485- poz0001@a Stub lubricationApplied Colloids proposes the utilization o
Naibing MaPrincipal S (310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com Condition-To address the Armys need for health mo
Prachee ShGroup Lea (310) 530- psharma@Stub DHCP,IP adImprovements in dynamic address assignm
Sharly IbraSenior Mec(520) 574- mercorp@Stub Net Shape Producing complex net shape, narrow, lon
ChristopheVice Presi (949) 583- brown@ercStub SCREECH,Ac This Phase I project will demonstrate how
Darin KnauPrincipal I (603) 643- dak@creare.com combustionCombustion stability is critical to the perfo
An-Dien N CEO (408) 802- a.d.nguye Stub fber optic Veraphotonics proposes to develop a low
Tyson LawrPrincipal I (978) 250- tlawrence Stub hearing losJob related hearing loss is a growing issue
Ninad PatnGroup Lea (310) 320- ATProposals@poc.com hearing pr To address the Navy"s need for a m
Brian Jami President (240) 456- brianj@sbm Stub warfghterThe objective of the proposed program is
Frank ClarkPrincipal S (781) 273- fclark@spectral.com surface vibComposite materials, widely used in aircra
PengchengSenior Scie(302) 998- pengchengStub Sensor,die In this proposal, AlphaSense, Inc. details t
David ZimdMgr of Ter(734) 864- dzimdars@picometrix.com Non DestruIn this Phase I SBIR project, we propose to
Jacob AlexPrincipal I (978) 250- jalexander@tritonsystems.com LightweighThe US Navy seeks to simplify loading, un
Matthew REngineer (804) 878- matthew@turnaroundfactor.com efficiency TAF Proposes to implement a cargo and p
Tony MoretVice Presi (630) 562- tmoretti@Stub detector,LaThe Navy needs an optical repeater based
Mark GrogResearch E(216) 404- mgrogan@Stub self lubric In this proposed Phase I Project, Powderm
Frederick PChief Tech (610) 521- piasecki_f Stub clutch,powOverrunning modes will be modeled with
Feng Xu Senior Rese(301) 294- fxu@i-a-i. Stub Radar SignModeling of radar signature of sea targets
Chris HudsManager of(540) 951- chris@adap Stub Visible Li Navy aircraft operate from and in these h
William AuPrincipal I (603) 643- wea@crearStub Situationa Safe efficient operations on the flight line
William HalPricipal In (512) 479- hallidy@spec.com DRFM,Electr Recent advancements in high speed signa
Sidney TheiPresident (214) 353- sidtheis@rStub Common Dat Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV) such as Fire
Eric HoppePresident (765) 237- eric@indi Stub hgih effici This proposal is focused on the developm
Milan Mash Ph.D/Gene(805) 277- mashan@frStub Optical Tr In this program, Freedom Photonics propo
Gerald TouProject Ma(973) 615- gtourgee@Stub optical ca The David Ross Group will develop an inn
Clark Cole Research Sc(434) 284- clc@zephyrStub program bin An existing binary static analyzer, STARS (S
Brian Sten Lead Scient(407) 542- stensrud@soartech.com OneSAF,Soar The USMC has an immediate need for a fr
Michael RicVice Presi (805) 683- mricci@launchpnt.com PermanentLaunchPoint
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John Lien Senior Rese(517) 784- sziegenfuss@sealandaire.com Magnetic,Ac Undersea operational supremacy is found
Charles PoPrincipal (408) 723- capcap@aol.com Oxidation This project will develop and demonstrate
Corinna LaBoard Cha (301) 495- clathan@atinc.com Motion SicThe primary objective of this SBIR effort is
William McPrincipal I (860) 326- mcconn_w@sonalysts.com Onboard TeSonalysts will develop and demonstrate a
Richard MaCOO (302) 456- martin@pha Stub Wireless CPSI will leverage our extensive experience
Justin MansVice Presi (505) 245- justin.mansell@mza.com high spati The demonstration of polymer membrane
Gershon WPrincipal S (818) 788- gweltman@ Stub selection tThis proposal is to develop new Operator
Phillip Ma Principal S (321) 262- phillip.mangos@battlepulsetech.com Data MininUnmanned Aerial System (UAS) operation
Erik ThomsSenior Scie(617) 491- ethomsen@ Stub decision s ABSTRACT: Real world uncertainties all bu
Adrian T DManaging (916) 635- atdewald@h Stub Residual s ABSTRACT: It is widely recognized that ne
Benjamin GMaterial a (858) 638- david@seaStub electrotherABSTRACT: This Small Business Innovative
Jim CowardPresident (408) 977- j.coward@Stub HyperspectABSTRACT: SA Photonics is pleased to pro
William BaPrincipal (781) 879- barney.william@tiaxllc.com Taggant,ISRABSTRACT: In this effort, we will develop
Peter GowaSenior Rad(978) 461- gowaski@fStub Radar ReceiABSTRACT: A major challenge and expens
Roger DorvVice Presi (609) 584- dorval@linStub W-band,MPM ABSTRACT: Linearizer Technology-GOV w
JagadishwarFounder an(617) 674- jsirigiri@ Stub Traveling ABSTRACT: We propose to design fabrica
Sudipto GhVice Presi (860) 761- sudipto@tStub EMA,PHM ABSTRACT:
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Guojing Li principal i (517) 353- liu@egr.m Stub ballistic Due to the complex wave propagation an
Corinna LaBoard Cha (301) 495- clathan@aStub Situation This SBIR seeks to design, develop, and va
Robert E HPrincipal I (925) 461- rhardesty Stub thermal coThis successful Phase I effort demonstrate
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Helmuth E Chief Tech (925) 833- hmeissnerStub AFB(R),Adhe Yb:YAG crystalline fber lasers can have a 9
Karl MurphPrincipal I (240) 631- murphy@ro Stub real time 3Robotic Research, LLC, proposes to develo
Mikhail BelGroup/Pro(858) 646- mbelenkii@ Stub Compact skCurrent technology for weapon azimuth m
Lawrence Principal I (978) 250- ldomash@tStub Anti-reflecTriton Systems, teamed with a major US m
John Matt Team Lead(310) 320- ATProposals@poc.com intermodulIn response to the Army need, Physical Op
Hau DuongChief Opera (626) 795- hau.duongStub solid acid This project develops a person portable, p
Robert FreVP Techno(617) 435- robfreda@Stub Wind energy The objective of the proposed work is to d
Sylvain BruHuman Sys(781) 496- sbruni@apStub live,virtu Many professionals are involved with the
Shiyun RuaProject Ma(508) 804- sruan@xtalStub NanostructDuring Phase I, Xtalic demonstrated the p
Chris SaranLead Metam (805) 637- csarantos Stub metamateriWe will continue developing a plasmonic
Ahmed ShaCTO (302) 456- sharkawy@Stub metamateriCurrent bolometers are broadband detec
Vivek NagaDirector, (617) 668- VNagarka Stub Bright ScinTo address issues of sub-optimal perform
Robert Bis President (617) 519- eyedeal@be Stub measuremen The objective of this proposal is to produc
Daniel Cra Principle I (208) 523- dcrawford@ Stub solid rock The Missile Defense Agency is seeking de
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Kris MerkelPresident/(406) 922- merkel@s2Stub wideband aS2 Corporation and subcontractor Montan
Bradley BesPrincipal I (303) 359- bjbest@adStub Simulation,We aim to develop Artifcial Intelligence (
Joeseph TetPresident (610) 581- jgteti@lamsci.com tactical de Per the topic description, naval airborne s
Kirk Price Principal I (360) 566- kirk.price@nlight.net Multi-spectnLIGHT proposes the development of a m
Alex NugenPresident (505) 988- i@alexnugStub sense-makiABSTRACT: In our phase-1 effort we prov
Tom FlorenProgram M(256) 426- tlorence@Stub Sensor,HostABSTRACT: Recent technical demonstrati
Phillip ChaCEO (732) 329- pchan@cytStub CytoSorb,mTrauma and burn injuries are leading caus
Seth TomblPrincipal S (336) 725- seth.tomb Stub antibacteriImprovements in body armor, availability
Amos FreePresident (818) 788- afreedy@pStub decision s Managing basis health needs in HA/DR an
Christine BPrincipal I (858) 751- cbenzie@sStub Nosecone,C Phase 4 of the Phased Adaptive Approach
Brian PasquPrincipal I (609) 921- bpasquini Stub Overhead Pe The Missile Defense Agency has adopted
Paul Koola Research Sc(979) 260- pkoola@kbStub machine leKBSI proposes to research the developme
Vladimir MPresident (949) 733- vmarkov@a Stub atmospheriEffective performance of prospective ene
Donald LinSenior Scie(561) 747- dlink@mza.com Adaptive oAdaptive optics are needed for high-energ
Bethany BrScientist (617) 491- bbracken@cra.com Cognitive Exposure to motion degrades operational
Kevin McCaPrincipal I (703) 592- kevin.mca Stub Game,serioThe"Adaptive Gaming Environment
Tin Aye Technology(310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com distributedTo address the Navy need for a compact o
Gary DonoProject Ma(904) 475- gdonoher@ Stub master nodOur system concept is based on a number
JOSEPH J J VICE PRES (248) 625- jkovasity@Stub turbojet,T ABSTRACT: Technical Directions Inc. (TDI)
Carl KirkcoCTO (949) 975- cskirkconnStub cryocooler,ABSTRACT: The proposed effort for the M
Richard NeVice Presid(603) 598- rick@solidsStub SWIR,imagABSTRACT: Solid State Scientifc Corporati
David BeelResearch Sc(937) 865- davidbeel Stub ComputatioABSTRACT: Powder-bed based additive m
Paul H Sor Principal I (603) 643- phs@crearStub MEMS,Gyro The Army uses Unattended Ground Senso
John Lebo Chief Opera (443) 672- jlebo@qmpStub Rare earthQM Power will design, build and test a hig
Prachee ShGroup Lea (310) 530- psharma@Stub MANET,perf Mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) exhibi
Kathie Ber Senior Scie(607) 272- kberghornStub MicrospherBacterial enteric pathogens causing trave
Terry PattePrincipal S (617) 491- tpatten@cStub Training; t The US Army faces a signifcant burden w
Larry LafferVP Enginee(404) 909- llafferty@ Stub KnowledgeThe objective for this SBIR is to develop a
David JoneDirector- (407) 706- david@designinteractive.net Mobile StrConcern has been raised over the prevale
Eileen KrepResearch E(434) 973- barron@baStub Amputations Limb loss affects approximately 1.9 million
Christine BPrincipal I (858) 751- cbenzie@sStub Third stag Phase 4 of the Missile Defense Agency&q
Subir RoycVP Researc(203) 287- sroychoudhury@precision-combustion. Solid oxid Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI) is propos
Joel HensleGroup Lead(978) 689- hensley@pStub hydride vaThere is an intense search for new nonline
Edward PreChief Tech (919) 789- preble@kyStub Quasi-phasGallium Nitride (GaN) crystals have recent
Daniel ButtMaterials (256) 851- dbutts@plStub plasma sprThe Navy is developing weapon systems c
SubhadarshCTO (877) 203- nayak@sciencetomorrow.biz MicrostrucState-of-the-art manufacturing cost for Si
Edward PoChairman (818) 991- ed@matechgsm.com Silicon Ca In this Navy Phase I SBIR Program, MATEC
Lindsay AllPrincipal I (603) 640- lva@creare.com machine leAircraft carrier deck operations require a
RaghvendraGNC Engin(617) 229- rcowlagi@aStub Markov Dec Unmanned and partially autonomous aer
Andrey MatPrincipal E(626) 351- andrey.matsko@oewaves.com Photonics,fOEwaves has pioneered the use of photon
John MarciManaging (585) 771- john.marciante@ramphotonics.com MillimeterConventional generation of a high-quality
John P SnyChief Techn(619) 590- john.p.sn Stub Radiation ABSTRACT: Avolare2 proposes to establis
Yakup BayrCEO&Chief(614) 599- yakup.bay Stub FOLDABLE,lABSTRACT: In Phase I, PaneraTech demon
JW Smith Director (650) 968- jwsmith@siStub StructuredABSTRACT: This proposal"s objectiv
Jie Yang Research E(479) 443- jyang@apeiStub high tempeABSTRACT: This Phase II SBIR will focus o
Khurram ShPrincipal I (703) 654- kshafque@objectvideo.com nonlinear fABSTRACT: This Small Business Innovatio
Christoph Owner (303) 469- cbowman@ Stub Space WeatABSTRACT: The DF & NN team prop
Lawrence Senior Scie(720) 872- lwoods@asStub Mid-Bandga ABSTRACT: Phase II will leverage the succ
Adalberto Senior Sof (410) 297- adalberto. Stub Aircraft,m ABSTRACT: SURVICE Engineering is propo
ChristopheSr. Scientis(979) 764- christopheStub High energABSTRACT: To provide longer operating ti
Andrey SolPresident (740) 541- soloviev@ Stub SAR,InertiaABSTRACT: Qunav proposes the developm
George M W President (971) 223- georgew@v Stub SWIR,MWIR, ABSTRACT: A compact night vision imagin
Gary McMilMember of(512) 795- gary.mcmilStub Solid Stat ABSTRACT: Crossfeld Technology propos
Elan FreedVice Presi (703) 324- elanf@percStub resources ABSTRACT: Human planners face signifca
Steven MinPresident (310) 383- sminton@in Stub artifcial ABSTRACT: The internet has become an i
Stuart CardChief Scien(315) 793- Stu.Card@cStub direct anonABSTRACT: Warfghters need to be able t
Wenjian WDirector, (310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com GPS-deniedABSTRACT: Physical Optics Corporation (P
James MagSr Materia(513) 469- jmagato@m Stub polyimide,ABSTRACT: Composite materials are beco
Subrata DaChief Scien(617) 797- sdas@mach Stub Analytics, Under Phase I, we have designed and dev
Yi Wang Group Lea (256) 327- proposals-Stub stem cell, Current methods to discern the differenti
James NiehScientist (617) 491- jniehaus@Stub Mobile AppPost-deployment psychological health issu
Walid SousVP of Rese(858) 412- walid@quaStub auditory,HIn 2010 tinnitus became the most commo
Tayfun OzdPresident (734) 222- tayfun@vi Stub Full-wave, A prototype Computer Aided Design (CAD
Justin Hill Senior Eng(321) 631- jhill@mainStub high densi ABSTRACT: This proposal outlines a scala
Boyd V HunChief Techn(505) 345- bhunter@kStub spectrscopABSTRACT: A new differential spectrosco
Seoung B LSr. Commu(781) 359- sblee@mayStub Next generABSTRACT: Mayflower proposes to devel
Abhishek TDirector T (310) 479- abhishek@s Stub Airborne nABSTRACT: In this Phase II effort Silvus Te
Donald KimCTO (858) 272- dkimball@Stub AlGaN/GaNABSTRACT: The signifcance of the 71-76
Larry SadwCTO (801) 975- sadwick@iStub W-band traABSTRACT: The Air Force has identifed a
Brent RoedDirector o (540) 373- broeder@m Stub Internette ABSTRACT: The Air Force needs a Remote
George HaFounder a (435) 654- gchansen@Stub ConductiveABSTRACT: Conductive Composites has d
Adrian T DManaging (916) 635- atdewald@h Stub residual s ABSTRACT: Aircraft engine and structural
Jason E E LVice Presi (937) 298- jason.linc Stub polyimide,ABSTRACT: The overall objective of the p
Siu F Dick Chief Engi (310) 558- dcheng@ae Stub Composites, ABSTRACT: We have investigated differen
Komal A MProject Ma(217) 721- masudkomStub Fibrous co ABSTRACT: This proposal presents two no
Scott v LavChief Scien(256) 319- scott.vonl Stub vacuum feABSTRACT: Scientic, Inc. will team with Va
Michael HeOwner (703) 629- mike.henryStub GPS,GNSS,U ABSTRACT: In this proposal we describe a
Wais Ali Principal I (858) 798- wais.ali@nu-trek.com Reliability ABSTRACT: Nu-Trek will be designing a re
Timothy J Chief Execu(314) 615- tim.holme Stub expectatioABSTRACT: High Energy X-ray computed t
James PadSenior Aut(617) 500- jpaduano@Stub Gust rejectAurora proposes to develop bio-inspired w
Matthew W Research Sc(818) 899- matt.wrig Stub active den Raytheon Missile Systems Gen 4B W-band
Marc AbraPI (540) 951- mabrams@harmonia.com graphical uWe present the Graphical User Interface T
Michel LediSenior Rese(203) 503- mledizet@Stub West Nile vFlaviviruses, and dengue viruses in particu
Timothy HuPresident (814) 234- thurley@dStub in-shoe fo Although footwear science has made con
Ben C JuricSenior Ana(805) 968- bjuricek@ Stub Collective The team of Toyon and HDT Global propo
Richard A Chief Scien(818) 880- rahutchin Stub Adaptive op Optical Physics Company (OPC) has develo
DeepnarayVP R&D (914) 592- gupta@hypStub SATCOM,DigiModern radio frequency (RF) communica
Sean GuariSenior Scie(617) 491- sguarino@Stub ProvenanceMarine Expeditionary Units (MEUs) are oft
Teresa NieScientist (321) 473- tnieten@mStub Crowd sourcThe basic need in a crisis situation, wheth
Mark ZagarPrincipal I (603) 643- mvz@crearStub cryogenic Cryogenic electronics have the potential t
Carl KirkcoCTO (949) 975- cskirkconnStub Pulse TubeOne of the fundamental implementation
Jason AdasProgram M(970) 461- jason.adaska@numerica.us UAS,airborThe US Navy uses manned and unmanned
Arkady Ba Optical En (760) 722- bablumyanStub Electro-opRF photonic links provide an attractive ap
Suwat ThanPrincipal I (425) 869- suwat@eosStub antenna reThe objective is to develop a wideband, h
Gary Betts Distinguis (978) 670- eackerman@photonicsinc.com Electro-opThis Small Business Innovation Research P
Neil Ferna Manager Fu (781) 461- nfernandeStub environmen Acumentrics proposes to utilize the uniqu
Bryan PelleAerospace(937) 320- pelleybm@Stub Drive ShaftCornerstone Research Group Inc.'s
Mike MullePrincipal I (717) 938- mmullen@p Stub Underwater The US Navy has a requirement for a disp
James WithC.E.O. (520) 574- jcwithers Stub High temperFuture hypersonic sea-level launch system
Kent BueskDirector (610) 964- buesking@m-r-d.com diffusion The Navy is developing high speed projec
Robert JeffPrincipal I (434) 220- jeffersr@l Stub fber reinf Transparent armor usually ranks among th
Ming Luo Manager, (573) 281- mluox@yahoo.com COMPOSITE The main objective of this work is to deve
David JungDirector of(714) 597- davidj@traStub spaced armThis proposal offers the demonstration of
Valery TemOptical En (520) 626- vtemyanko@ Stub Frequency TIPD
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Yelena Isy Principal R(781) 275- isyanova@Stub SHG,Nanose The Navy SBIR topic solicits the developm
Sandro ScieResearch As (972) 636- sandro.sci Stub Navy AviatTraditional selection and training practice
Robin HuanVice Presi (978) 988- robin@teradiode.com high brigh There is a compelling need for multi-spec
Laura Hitt Principal I (512) 682- lhitt@21ctStub CollaboratiABSTRACT: 21CT proposes the Classifcati
Yun Wang Vice Presi (310) 216- yun.wang@ Stub Adaptive i ABSTRACT: Laser-based directed energy s
Peng ChengSenior The(888) 415- peng.chenStub chip carrieABSTRACT: A chip carrier for high power
Vladimir MPresident (949) 733- vmarkov@a Stub Data FusioABSTRACT: The proposed technique emp
Steven F MSr. Scientis(609) 921- sfm@sciteStub Overhead PABSTRACT: The mission of the U.S. Air Fo
Edward PatVice Presi (310) 320- psproposals@poc.com composite ABSTRACT: At the Northrop Grumman Ae
Arian LalezSenior RF (303) 449- alalezari@fStub CDL and TCABSTRACT: In order to provide modular, s
Fredric ZioPrincipal I (978) 562- fziolkowsk Stub Airborne r ABSTRACT: The sufficiency of the half-wa
Derek StreMicrosyst (256) 922- dstrembic Stub InstrumentThe AEgis Technologies Group Inc. is prop
Dennis KneSr. Researc(831) 582- dennis.kn Stub UEWR,ionos UHF radars at high latitude observe signif
Raymond CProprietor (510) 420- raymond_cUC MercedJay Sharpin(209) 228- GravitationWe propose a gravitational-radiation milit
Jakub MoskResearch Sc(508) 788- jmoskal@viNortheasteDeborah Gr(617) 373- RF devicesVIStology, Northeastern University and BB
Filip PerichPrincipal I (703) 761- fperich@s Georgia TeBrett Walk(404) 407- RF devicesThe scientifc/technical objective is to dev
Frank HubeProgram M(561) 427- FHuber@ftUniversity Corin Segal(352) 392- Unsteady TPressure gain combustion has the potenti
RamakanthSr. Computa (805) 371- mrk@hyper University Baki Ceteg(860) 486- Pressure g Pressure gain combustion (PGC) offers me
Marthinus President/c(781) 306- tienie@miUniversity Peter Haml(303) 492- Pressure g The Mide/University of Colorado - Boulde
Bono WasisPrincipal R(256) 542- bwa@illinoUniversity Diane Spar(513) 566- efficiency We propose a combined modeling and ex
Shiv Joshi Principal I (310) 626- sjoshi@neUNIVERSITALICE YOU(323) 442- Composites; NextGen Aeronautics (NextGen) and Univ
Bradley DoAdvanced (937) 320- doudicanbUniversity Claudette (937) 229- OPTIMIZATIO Federal Aviation
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Saul GriffitCEO (808) 782- saul@otheMIT Neil Gershe(617) 253- Composites
Jaco SchuttSr. Enginee(215) 542- schutte@ma Wichita StaKelly Unde(316) 978- UncertaintyAmong the factors that inhibit the use of
Pablo CarriPresident, (319) 541- pablo-carr The UniverLarry Webe(319) 335- Immersed TBhe objective of this proposal is to demon
Goeric DaeResearch Sc(650) 614- gdaeninck University Ulrich Het (206) 484- Hydrodynam This STTR Phase I project aims to design, i
Stephen HilLead Senio(513) 985- stephen.hiPenn StateRobert Bak(814) 867- ParametricAlthough advancements in CFD technolog
Bhargav Gaj President (321) 276- info@vishwMassachuse Karl Iagne (617) 452- Anthropomo Current atmospheric diving suits and rem
Frank ClarkPrincipal S (781) 273- fclark@speUniversity John Kielko(502) 852- surface vibComposite materials are widely used in ai
Jaswinder President&P (847) 215- j-sandhu@Southern IlWayne Glas(618) 453- NDE,UltrasThis research work aims to demonstrate t
James KilpaPI/Principa(949) 733- jkilpatric University Lizhi Sun (949) 259- Lamb waves The NAVY solicits new non-destructive ins
Neeraj Sin Vice Presi (215) 766- sinha@crafStub Vernier-RPPlume signature phenomenology plays an
Ryan McCliTechnical D(847) 491- rmcclin@gStub Type II,In High performance infrared detectors in th
Jijun WangProgram M(302) 894- jw@quantuStub Cognitive sIn Phase I we have developed an integrate
Randall KinDeveloper (937)
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Karthik NaManager-Ma (703) 369- karthikn@uStub Combustion Based on the successful Phase I results, T
Boris Laik Principal I (718) 648- borislaik Stub LED array, We propose further developing very large
Ozge C Ozca Image Scien (401) 427- ozge@visi Stub Geo-registWith the advancement of aerial imaging s
Stacy PfautHuman Sys(781) 496- spfautz@aptima.com Natural In Overhead imagery analysts employ comp
Cullen JackCognitive (781) 496- cjackson@Stub GEOINT,Ada Imagery analysts face a number of challen
Douglas TayExplosive (505) 342- dtaylor@tpStub gun barrel,Thermally stable machine gun barrels tha
Sukesh RoyCEO (937) 255- sroy@spectUniversity Gemunu Gu (713) 743- High-pressABSTRACT: This Phase-I research effort is
William J President (860) 464- wjbrowninNorth CarolMatthew R(919) 515- UncertaintMathematical models of physical and biol
Greg BarishChief Tech (310) 944- gbarish@inUniv of CalMatha Han(310) 794- Statistical Clinical monitoring of mental health statu
Silvia D Lu Principal (303) 940- silvia@tdaUniversity X. T Cui (412) 383- flexible e Approximately 5-6% of military injuries in
Gregory BeProfessor (404) 727- gberns@em Emory UnivHolly Somm (404) 727- Training,fmHaving demonstrated the feasibility of fM
Gopi Desh Assistant P(334) 844- gopi@aubuAuburn UniJennifer W(334) 844- cognitive, iK9, LLC, and Auburn University shall colla
Brian Home Principal I (505) 285- bdhomei@s Sandia NatDan Flemin(505) 845- AcceleromInertial navigation systems (INS) are a criti
Dennis TishVice Presi (908) 753- denis.tish Cornell UniMichal Lip (607) 255- Silicon Ni To solve the DARPA need for high-perform
Robert KniChief Techn(260) 489- bobkni@adPurdue UniKirsten Sh (765) 496- dynamic spThere are many different RF devices used
George HolTechical Di(435) 259- George.HolUniversity Janice Kalv(608) 263- Magnetic BThe Navy seeks to develop new, innovativ
Oliver StrbiExecutive V(419) 536- ostrbik@t Brown UnivSharvan K (401) 863- IntermetalThe objective of the work described in thi
John RamsStaff Scient(607) 272- jramsey@aMote Marin Kimberly Ri(941) 388- microencapAgave BioSystems, with their academic pa
Chitra We Research Sc(512) 782- chitra@accTexas A anDouglas E (979) 845- antimicrobMarine mammals like bottlenose dolphin
Michael McSenior Scie(607) 273- mcdougall University W. S Watso(215) 573- static anal Software continues to be a weak link in ou
Lee KrauseVice Presi (321) 591- lkrause@s Vanderbilt George E C(615) 332- model,SoftComplex software systems are typically de
Anthony DiPrincipal I (603) 643- ajd@crearMassachuse Susan M Ki(617) 253- Sensor,air Measurement surveys of full-scale ship ai
Hartmut LeSenior Prin(978) 689- legner@psWest VirginJanet Boyle(304) 293- remote senPhysical Sciences Inc. (PSI) and their acad
Victor PalmScientist (979) 764- victor.pal Carnegie MRobert Kea(412) 268- Neural netAutonomous systems acquire massive am
David Tolli Principal I (412) 983- dtolliver@The Ohio SPer Sederb(614) 292- UnmannedThis a STTR Phase I project will demonstrate
Alberto LacPresident (240) 631- lacaze@robSouthwestMichael La(210) 684- COGNITIVEAutonomous systems continue to be out
Bernard CaPrincipal S (978) 689- dcasse@psSandia NatGilbert V H(505) 284- ENERGY CON Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), in collaboratio
Richard KasPrincipal I (603) 643- rwk@crearMassachuse Michael Co(617) 253- Photonic CThermophotovoltaic (TPV) power systems
Steve SavoVP Resear (512) 389- ssavoy@naUniversity Contracts a(512) 471- High effic Thermophotovoltaic (TPV) energy convers
Steven HugLead Engin(303) 440- Steven.Hu University Jun Ye (303) 735- Inertial s As strontium and other alkaline-earth me
Michael AnPresident (303) 296- anderson@University James K T (303) 492- Atomic ClocVescent Photonics proposes to develop a
Thomas KoChief Scien(609) 759- kornack@tPrinceton UTodd Regn (609) 258- Magnetic,m We propose to develop a universal atomic
Eric DomesPrincipal I (617) 902- domeshek@ Carnegie MKristen Jac(412) 268- Situation Warfghters face overwhelmingly complex
Nathan SchPrincipal (781) 935- nschurr@aColorado StVincent A (970) 491- Proactive The Navy"s mission success increas
Harvey SmDirector Vi(858) 535- harveysmalGeorgia TeKaren Feig(404) 385- Visual Dis Decision making is driven by context. Con
Jim Diroff Director (734) 853- jim.diroff Michigan SProfessor L(517) 353- flywheel,CPowerTHRU Corporation
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Michael MPresident (207) 371- mmcaleenaUniversity Vince Cacc(207) 581- Corrosion
James WaltVice Presi (518) 862- jwalton@mi University Josh McGra(512) 471- Flywheel EThe overall objective of the Phase I and P
Kevin Wall Area Mana(781) 275- kwall@qpeUniv of CalSteven Den(805) 893- Green laserGreen laser sources are important in adva
Sven BruecLead Resea(734) 887- sven.brue CUBRC Adam Stotz(716) 204- Map reduce Improving situational awareness and accu
Teresa NieScientist (321) 473- tnieten@mInstitute Diana Thac(850) 202- Map reduce The focus of our Intelligence and Intuition
Rob BlanchPrincipal I (703) 968- rblanchar APL UniverLynette Ari(206) 543- PropagatioWe propose to enhance the capability of
Byron ZollaChief Scien(512) 389- bzollars@ University Gennady Sh (512) 471- GeolocationUS troops and equipment are increasingly
Paul Rudy Project Ma(408) 921- rudy@lumaClemson Un Eric G Joh (864) 986- solid stat To address the Navy"s need for a so
Natalia PalSecretary (617) 304- cambridgeMIT Benjamin S(617) 452- High ElectrThis project is focused on the developmen
Anthony EllSenior Scie(781) 862- ellera@oasPenn. StateCHARLES H(814) 865- CLUTTER,Ac The proposed work will address the core
Yu Chi Chief Tech (469) 951- mikechi2@University Jeffrey Ger(619) 543- EEG,ECG, This project will develop a wireless, body-
Anna GaleaPrincipal E(781) 373- agalea@vi RensselaerJennifer Ro(518) 276- flexible el Continuous physiological monitoring can
Carol WeddPresident (419) 536- cwedding@ Georgia InsJoe Cochra(678) 612- Molybdenum Under this STTR, Imaging Systems Techno
Barry Ives Director A (571) 205- bives@mc1University John R PhD(217) 369- WIRELESS,flWearable human state monitors must be
Tejbir PhooPresident (301) 651- Tejbirsing University Umesh Mis(805) 893- Radios,soliThis research seeks to develop a method
Craig SchwSenior Sys (978) 887- cschwarze Tufts UniveMaria Harl(617) 627- ROIC,Diffr The proliferation of laser based weapons
Fred CowelProgram M(808) 531- fcowell@oJohns HopkArnold Gol(240) 228- FPA,Multisp We propose a solution to the Navy"
Carmen CaPrincipal I (937) 255- ccarney@uPennsylvaniBarbara Jo(814) 865- Nanopowder Cemented cobalt-tungsten carbide is a ma
Michael DeSenior Rese(434) 973- barron@bainet.com Cyber-PhysABSTRACT: Barron Associates, together w
M. A AielloSenior Scie(434) 962- tony.aiello@dependablecomputing.com composition ABSTRACT: The proposed research will de
Matthew Da Principal I (540) 558- davism@lunainc.com Sensors,HiABSTRACT: Luna Innovations Incorporate
Russell MaFounder (540) 808- rmay@primephotonics.com Fiber OpticABSTRACT: Characterization of the mecha
Jeffrey BrePrincipal I (603) 643- jfb@crear DartmouthCharles Sul(603) 646- Motor,UltrGenerator and motor systems with high p
HyunwookResearch E(256) 726- proposals-University Renat S Pro(402) 554- Non Rare-EIn this STTR Phase I project, CFD Research
Xiaomei GuSr. Staff Sc (781) 935- xmguo@bos University Kevin McKo(612) 624- isolator,th Microwave technologies have found a bro
Michael MResearch E(775) 826- m.mckee@Alfred UnivTammara L(607) 871- Metal matrThis Small Business Technology Transfer (S
Zheng YuanChief Techn(518) 496- info@multiUniversity Karel Mato(574) 631- Statistical ABSTRACT: An experimental and comput
Millicent CoSenior Pro (608) 229- coilm@orbSRI InternaDr. Mark Pe(650) 859- TATB,HMX,iAdvanced ordnance and propulsion system
Mano JuddPresident (214) 771- mj@jstdefense.com SIGINT,ConABSTRACT: Judd Strategic Technologies p
JAY KUDVAPrincipal I (310) 891- jkudva@nextgenaero.com structural ABSTRACT: Most modern military aircraft
David NixoManaging P(650) 964- davidnixon@sbcglobal.net AerodynamABSTRACT: The expense in operating lega
Robert HarrPrincipal E(256) 726- proposals-contracts@cfdrc.com unsteady aABSTRACT: Unsteady aerodynamic loadin
Eric BladesDirector, (256) 325- eric.blades@ata-e.com Fatigue,fluABSTRACT: This SBIR program seeks to m
Tyler WintePrincipal I (562) 981- twinter@m4-engineering.com physics-baABSTRACT: This proposal effort seeks to d
Peter ChenSenior Dir (301) 795- pchen@i-a-i.com acoustics,PABSTRACT: In this effort, Intelligent Autom
C. Kumar Pa President (310) 458- patel@pranUCLA Robert Hick(310) 206- coherent bMany military applications require efficien
Daniel LowSenior Scie(301) 314- daniel.lowUniversity Mario Dage(301) 405- UAVs,and di We propose developing high energy dens
Alan FougePresident (508) 329- afougere@University Christophe(401) 874- AUV,Oxygen UUV"s have become increasingly im
Lee H PearPresident (435) 279- BEInnov@fUtah State JR Denniso(435) 797- DielectricsABSTRACT: Over half of spacecraft system
Siddharth VP (301) 405- siddharth. University Dr. Mario (301) 405- rectenna,EWe propose to build a two-dimensional m
Salah KhodTechnology(858) 663- khodja@ulStanford Un Mark Bron(650) 736- free-spaceThe goal of this program is to develop and
C. van President /(781) 306- tienie@miMassachuse Dava Newm (617) 258- Lines of N The Navy is seeking a new light-weight At
Laurent DieV.P. of Ma (617) 945- diehl@eosMIT Lincol Dr. Anish G(781) 981- Quantum ca The team consisting of Eos Photonics Inc.
Arian LalezSenior RF (303) 449- alalezari@frstrf.com metamateriaABSTRACT: As the need for new airborne
Todd R Qu Senior Ass (609) 538- todd@continuum-dynamics.com Design OptABSTRACT: Requirements for enhanced c
Jinfang Liu VP of Oper(717) 898- jfl@electr Stony BrooLydia Chab(631) 632- rare earth Recently, the availability of the high perfo
Julia Deng Principal S (301) 294- hdeng@i-aNorth CarolMladen A (919) 513- Security,T ABSTRACT: The damage and loss caused
Randy ReibVice Presi (406) 585- reibel@briUniversity Amit Ashok(520) 626- FEATURE SP Bridger Photonics, Inc. and the University
Stefan RubProgram M(718) 246- stefan@cryUniversity Twila F Rei(319) 335- PPE evaluatToday the evaluation methods employed
David GuasSenior Staf(607) 257- davidg@atCornell UniLori Demps(607) 255- synthetic dIf a computer system suffers a cyber attac
Neeraj Sin Vice Presi (215) 766- sinha@craft-tech.com Weapons Ba ABSTRACT: This program will address the
Jim Davey Senior Elec(408) 888- j.davey@saphotonics.com Multi-specABSTRACT: Digital binocular helmet-mou
Bennie R KirPrincipal I (512) 238- bennie.kirk@5dsystems.com Helmet Mou ABSTRACT: 5-D Systems (5-D) has develop
Thomas Bur Technical D(512) 583- tburnett@zebraimaging.com Holographic ABSTRACT: Zebra Imaging"s propos
Jeanine AyeDirector of(781) 496- jayers@aptima.com PerformancABSTRACT: Great strides have been made
Ivan PopSteManaging P(413) 549- popstefanija@prosensing.com MillimeterABSTRACT: This Phase I SBIR proposal de
Leah SwanHuman Fact (937) 490- lswanson@aptima.com Performance ABSTRACT: The Air Force command and c
Wesley SheVP of Prod(215) 658- sheridanw@gosage.com SWaP,FPGA, ABSTRACT: The proposed VPHS (Visual Pr
Lloyd LaCoOptical En (520) 360- lacomb@tipdllc.com voxel,HOLOG ABSTRACT: TIPD, LLC proposes to design
Jim Davey Staff Elect (408) 888- j.davey@saphotonics.com Retroftta ABSTRACT: Currently tactical Head up Dis
Jeremy Fis VP. Operat(817) 391- jeremy.fsher@adastralsystems.com HUD,cockpiABSTRACT: Adastral is proposing an innov
Gregory MResearch E(978) 932- gmagoon@aerodyne.com Volatile o ABSTRACT: In this Phase I Small Business
Rajesh GopSenior Dev(512) 646- rajesh.gopi@droidcloud.mobi Integrity,c ABSTRACT: Both the DOD and IC have sig
Gowri RajaPrincipal E(617) 610- gowri@foresightwireless.com Ontology,SABSTRACT: Foresight Wireless, LLC, propo
Michael LePrincipal E(256) 726- proposals-contracts@cfdrc.com Proximity,aABSTRACT: Establishing adequate access
Dale KlamePrincipal I (315) 732- klamer@brsc.com Ground Mov ABSTRACT: Today"s analysts have a
John Fox President (978) 327- john.fox@parietal-systems.com Virtualizat ABSTRACT: The development of exploitati
Stuart W CChief Scien(315) 793- Stu.Card@critical.com data distri ABSTRACT: The overall objective is to ena
Ian RumseySenior RF (303) 449- irumsey@frstrf.com MIMO,Multi ABSTRACT: The current lack of a simple, l
Justin YackProgram M(301) 294- jyackoski@i-a-i.com InformatioABSTRACT: We propose to develop a secu
Elya Kapel Senior Mem (201) 613- ekapelyan@maxentric.com FPGA,SATCO ABSTRACT: As the size, cost, and power c
Brian WoodProject Ma(201) 266- bwoods@maxentric.com FPGA,chaotABSTRACT: MaXentric"s proposed D
J.Todd ReinPrincipal I (719) 520- todd.reinking@welkinsciences.com Digital re ABSTRACT: Welkin Sciences proposes to d
Connie FouDirector (617) 583- connie.fournelle@bostonfusion.com Anomaly De ABSTRACT: Intelligence analysts have acc
Georgiy LeSimulation(781) 496- georgiy@aptima.com Activity r ABSTRACT: Information fusion and knowl
Alper Cagl Senior Scie(781) 839- acaglayan@milcord.com Ontology,InABSTRACT: In the current security environ
Geoff GrosResearch Sc(585) 967- ggross@gmail.com Conflict ReABSTRACT: This proposal details a softwa
Avi Pfeffer Principal S (617) 491- apfeffer@cra.com probabilistABSTRACT: Intelligence, Surveillance, and
Lee KrauseVP Resear (321) 591- lkrause@securboration.com Semantic tABSTRACT: Securboration will develop Cr
Erik ThomsSenior Scie(617) 491- ethomsen@cra.com SchedulingABSTRACT: In the modern battlespace, U
Bruce McQVice Presi (321) 591- bmcqueary@securboration.com SynchronizABSTRACT: There is a gap in the battle pla
Nicholas PiSenior Mem (781) 503- nicholas.pioch@STResearch.com blue force ABSTRACT: We propose to develop expre
Rian QuinnPrincipal I (315) 336- quinnr@ainfosec.com Trusted CoABSTRACT: As networked computing bec
John HowieResearch D(206) 213- john.howie@avirtek.com Secure comm ABSTRACT: The objective of this proposal
Caleb Chri Scientist (617) 661- caleb@magiqtech.com Aerospace,ABSTRACT: We propose to develop an all
Andy Ko Applicatio (540) 961- ako@phoenix-int.com Systems EnABSTRACT: This proposal seeks to provide
William M Principal I (937) 427- bmcquay@tdkc.com Systems EnABSTRACT: The goal of the Agile Worksta
Todd W Grif CTO (570) 916- tgriffith@discoverymachine.com intelligen ABSTRACT: While developing any comple
Jianguo XuPresident (267) 394- xunergy@gmail.com Cryogenic rABSTRACT: This Air Force SBIR Phase I pro
David E Lu Chief Scien(714) 444- dludwig@irvine-sensors.com 3D ImagingABSTRACT: The Threat Assessment Senso
Jason M Kul President (574) 217- jason.kulick@indianaic.com Advanced PABSTRACT: Improvements such as increa
Rodney McResearch Sc(302) 542- cargoudel@gmail.com Hardware in ABSTRACT: This project aims to develop a
Jack Litter Manager (845) 897- jacklippert@kentoptronics.com SWIR Imagin ABSTRACT: This SBIR Phase I proposal pro
Walter ClovPI/Sr. RF E (505) 903- wclover@techflow.com mission plaABSTRACT: Mission planning, briefng, an
Bob PokornDirector, E (301) 294- bpokorny@i-a-i.com multi-agentABSTRACT: Team training and performan
Jason HolmDirector (310) 320- eosproposals@poc.com WAVEGUIDE, ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
William P BSenior Rese(888) 446- wpbleha@holoeyesystems.com Head Mount ABSTRACT: Advancements in waveguide
Fedor DimoR&D Head(310) 320- fdimov@luminitco.com Diffractiv ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Xianlian ZhSr. Researc(256) 726- proposals-contracts@cfdrc.com Radiation, ABSTRACT: Electromagnetic (EM) devices
William W CTO (310) 802- Bill.Milroy@thinkom.com airborne,WABSTRACT: The proposed airborne anten
Jeff Collier Principal I (937) 427- jcollier@tdkc.com Cloud CompuABSTRACT: CIRRUS is an innovative marri
Damon VanPrincipal E(303) 784- damon.vanburen@seakr.com Digital be ABSTRACT: Digital beamforming is a key t
Soumya NaPrincipal (760) 804- snag@dtwc.com chaotic sp ABSTRACT: Develop a chaotic spread spe
Michael JaProject an (858) 332- mjacox@spacemicro.com Digital re ABSTRACT: Space Micro will develop an I
Charles ChPresident (805) 558- cchien@creonexsystems.com ADC,channe ABSTRACT: Recent demand for broadban
Vicnent H CEO (603) 727- vberk@flowtraq.com InteroperaABSTRACT: Network traffic is a critical pa
Susanne HePresident (510) 649- susanne@aerosol.us nano-engineABSTRACT: Proposed is a miniature senso
C. E (TommChief Tech (865) 896- thomasce1@seetrue3d.com game-based ABSTRACT: To address Air Force"s n
Martin Vosh Scientist (617) 491- clofdahl@cra.com Game-based ABSTRACT: Although next generation, mi
Daniel BowPrincipal I (860) 326- bowdlerd@sonalysts.com High-FideliABSTRACT: Adapting our next-generation
Brian SchreCEO (847) 946- brian.schreiber@lumirresearch.com Common dat ABSTRACT: The capability to routinely col
Shane StaffSenior Scie(877) 763- shane@stellarscience.com human,Biom ABSTRACT: As the use of electromagnetic
Richard FinExecutive (512) 339- dfnk@appliednanotech.net Volatile o ABSTRACT: The ability to fnd and track in
Victoria R Senior Scie(617) 491- vromero@cra.com Team CogniABSTRACT: Full-spectrum cyber operation
CHIEU NGUVP APPLIE (949) 273- chieu.nguyen@metronome-software.com Remote attABSTRACT: Metronome Software and Ray
Jeffrey A Ge President (480) 363- jgetzlaff@unovatech.com Android,NeABSTRACT: This proposal addresses the A
Patrick NeaSenior Sof (703) 669- Patrickn@imagemattersllc.com tactical,CoABSTRACT: The ability of warfghters on-t
Randall LapPrincipal I (978) 495- pi@si2technologies.com Dual-band,ABSTRACT: SI2 Technologies, Inc. (SI2) wi
Anthony JeSenior RF (303) 442- ajensen@frstrf.com communicat ABSTRACT: High speed communication ch
Leo Diaz Staff Engin(303) 449- ldiaz@frstrf.com remote senABSTRACT: AFRL is poised to beneft from
Leo Diaz Staff Engin(303) 449- ldiaz@frstrf.com V-Band,TwoABSTRACT: As intelligence and sensor sys
C. A ButlerPresident (757) 727- Allen.Butler@va.wagner.com Cloud Comp ABSTRACT: In this SBIR project, Daniel H.
Michael JinChief Tech (707) 694- mjin@siliconmicrodisplay.com 4k2k and 8ABSTRACT: Current HMD systems fall sho
Jason D HaSenior Ana(805) 968- jhannon@toyon.com Helmet mou ABSTRACT: The unique capability of multi
David McDSenior Res(781) 718- dmcdonald@sift.net natural la ABSTRACT: SIFT will dramatically improve
Abhishek TDirector T (310) 479- abhishek@silvustechnologies.com AWACS,C2IS ABSTRACT: Silvus Technologies Inc. propo
Vladimir KoSenior Scie(858) 646- vkolinko@trexenterprises.com SATELLITE ABSTRACT: Trex Enterprises proposes a m
Vijay Venk R&D Scient(310) 473- vijay@utopiacompression.com RPA,PassiveABSTRACT: Mid-air collisions (MAC) in ma
Stephen E Senior Sof (407) 688- seckman@gamesim.com game-based ABSTRACT: GameSim is proposing the de
Ben C JuricSenior Ana(805) 968- bjuricek@toyon.com Volatile o ABSTRACT: The team of Toyon Research C
Gerardo PaCTO (408) 990- research@rti.com DDS,SecuriABSTRACT: The focus of this effort is to d
Michael ZinPrincipal I (714) 224- mzintl@sara.com magnetomet ABSTRACT: Reliable transmission and rec
Arian LalezSenior RF (303) 449- alalezari@frstrf.com VLF,antennaABSTRACT: For decades, very low frequen
Tin M Aye Technology(310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com MultispectrABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Douglas HoStaff Scient(808) 214- dhope214@gmail.com Imaging inABSTRACT: We propose a novel SWIR/MW
Kang Lee Principal S (310) 320- PEProposals@poc.com Thermal Ma ABSTRACT: To address the AFRL"s n
Bill DunkinVice Presi (301) 737- bill.dunkin@compass-sys-inc.com SAA,RPA,UA ABSTRACT: This SBIR pursues and identif
William P BSenior Rese(888) 446- wpbleha@holoeyesystems.com LCOS microdABSTRACT: There is an opportunity to ad
Michael BrVP Produc (408) 348- m.browne@saphotonics.com head mounteABSTRACT: Over the past 30 years, night
William P BSenior Rese(888) 446- wpbleha@holoeyesystems.com LCOS microABSTRACT: Progress in digital display tech
AniruddhaPrincipal I (978) 250- aweling@tritonsystems.com Nano-particABSTRACT: Airborne engineered nano-pa
Sivaram P Sr. Resear (937) 266- spgogineni@gmail.com Airborne NABSTRACT: Personal flter-based sampler
Ryan MeyeSenior Con(859) 663- r.meyer@tier1performance.com PerformancABSTRACT: In order to make flight comba
Jonathan W CTO (650) 793- jonathanw@sbglabs.com HolographiABSTRACT: To date, waveguide displays h
Peter WeyhPrincipal S (617) 491- pweyhrauch@cra.com Natural La ABSTRACT: The Air Force is increasingly u
Stuart M RManaging D (859) 663- s.rodgers@tier1performance.com text messaABSTRACT: The high operations tempo, fr
Francis ReiPresident (626) 578- fmr@spilab.com hypersonicABSTRACT: The U.S. Air Force has a need
Julia R DupChief Techn(978) 887- jrentz@optra.com HypersonicABSTRACT: The Air Force is requires an in
Ernest LewiSr. Researc(713) 522- eklewis.phd@gmail.com NanoparticABSTRACT: Core-shell Metastable Interm
Mohit Jain Manager-N(732) 868- mjain@neicorporation.com oxidation,cABSTRACT: It has been a challenge to rea
Blaine W APrinciple (913) 777- springhillenergetics@gmail.com JP-10 detoABSTRACT: Energetic Materials Research
Allan DokhGrp Leader(978) 689- dokhan@psicorp.com detonationABSTRACT: Physical Sciences Inc., Sandia
Dennis WilCEO/Found(512) 380- dennis.wilson@empi-inc.com detonation,ABSTRACT: Our concept is designed to cr
Brian TackeSenior Prin(540) 374- btacke@syntronics.net Shock HardABSTRACT: Syntronics proposes the deve
Benjamin W Research El(505) 975- bjwelch@dsr.us.com Data acquiABSTRACT: The overall objective of this p
Ron KnobleProgram M(540) 373- rknobler@mcqinc.com Low Cost,DABSTRACT: RIMRIP will be developed to r
Jennifer LalPI (540) 626- jhlalli@nanosonic.com EMI shieldABSTRACT: NanoSonic has recently devel
Chyi-Shan Director (937) 320- chyi-shan.wang@materialsri.com Radiation ABSTRACT: This SBIR Phase I program is t
Valery TemOptical En (520) 622- vtemyanko@optics.arizona.edu nanocomposi ABSTRACT: The development of robust, u
Richard ClaPI (540) 626- roclaus@nanosonic.com stealth,EleABSTRACT: The objective of this program
Jessica BorPresident (734) 417- jboria@btengin.com EMP,EMI,HABSTRACT: BTE proposes a multi-compon
George HaFounder a (435) 654- gchansen@conductivecomposites.com shielding, ABSTRACT: Traditional shielding enclosur
Kenneth J Senior Eng(614) 797- kheater@metss.com hydraulics ABSTRACT: Aircraft hydraulic systems hav
John BullucPrincipal I (512) 263- jbulluck@tri-austin.com Elastomer,PABSTRACT: Elastomeric O-rings provide a
Robert KleiPrincipal I (434) 220- kleinr@lunainc.com Aerospace,ABSTRACT: Unmanned air vehicles (UAVs
Michael BrVP Produc (408) 348- m.browne@saphotonics.com night visio ABSTRACT: The military is constantly look
Nathan KoStaff Engin(937) 427- nathan.kornbau@matrixresearch.com Materials, ABSTRACT: Modern Air Force vehicles em
Wei Hu Senior Scie(609) 865- weihu666@gmail.com Scene gener ABSTRACT: There has been a strong world
Alexander Principal S (310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com human-in-tABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Francis ReiPresident (626) 578- fmr@spilab.com Semi-activeABSTRACT: The U.S. Air Force has a need
Jonathan HLead Engin(256) 562- jonathan.hanks@polarissensor.com Wide FieldABSTRACT: The Air Force is seeking advan
Jeff Lyon Prinicipal (972) 747- jlyon@mustangtechnology.com Synthetic ABSTRACT: Mustang Technology Group, L
Lawrence SPresident (719) 388- larry.scally@coloradoengineeringinc.com EW,Communi ABSTRACT: Colorado Engineering Inc. (CE
Ashavani KMaterials (808) 531- akumar@oceanit.com PropulsionABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes to develop
Michael RaDirector, (937) 320- rauschermd@crgrp.com Nanothermi ABSTRACT: Advances in nanotechnology
Martha KleChief E3 Sc(256) 955- martha.klein@survice.com Radio FreqABSTRACT: The use of electronic systems
Kathleen CPresident (678) 461- katemaloney@bellsouth.net NondestrucABSTRACT: Surface traveling waves consi
John F WhiCTO (734) 277- whitaker@fber-sensors.com Surface wav ABSTRACT: The feasibility of developing a
Michael CoVP of Engi (412) 681- michael.cozza@resquared.com Robotics,MABSTRACT: RE2, Inc. proposes a novel de
John BohanVP of Oper(256) 319- john.bohan@aerobotix.net Robotic in ABSTRACT: Aerobotix personnel have eng
Rachael AnStaff Engin(215) 542- andrulonis@materials-sciences.com Analysis,alABSTRACT: Development and use of new
Adrian T DManaging (916) 635- atdewald@hill-engineering.com Validation ABSTRACT: Aircraft engine and structural
William MilCTO (310) 802- Bill.Milroy@thinkom.com low profl ABSTRACT: US Warfghters seek high data
Shibin JianPresident (520) 790- sjiang@advaluephotonics.com fber laser ABSTRACT: Coherent imaging systems ha
Andrey SolPresident (740) 541- soloviev@qunav.com Assured nav ABSTRACT: Qunav proposes the developm
Mark Keck Sr Member(781) 503- mark.keck@stresearch.com Computer A VBSTRACT: Algorithms that perform accu
Murat YasaPrincipal I (240) 790- yasarm@technosci.com energy optABSTRACT: Traditional military aircraft de
David L CarPresident (217) 239- carroll@cuaerospace.com aircraft t ABSTRACT: CU Aerospace (CUA) and team
Peter Alex Senior Res(732) 355- palexandrov@unitedsic.com SiC,CJFET,CABSTRACT: During this program, United S
Venkat Ka Materials (808) 531- vkamavaram@oceanit.com Thermal intABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes a novel nan
David Wic Principal I (720) 352- wickham@reactionsystemsllc.com Cooling,ScrABSTRACT: The development of weapons
Jason WellsDirector, E (765) 464- wells@pcka.com Power convABSTRACT: The move towards more-elec
Kenneth K President a(814) 880- kenkuo39@gmail.com JP-8,liqui ABSTRACT: Addition of nano-sized energe
Tapan DesaLead Engin(717) 295- Tapan.Desai@1-act.com JP-8,PassivABSTRACT: This Small Business Innovatio
Russell JonProgram M(561) 427- RJones@fttinc.com Gas TurbinABSTRACT: The future of gas turbine eng
William BaPresident (415) 999- wbachalo@artium.com Soot measur ABSTRACT: Under this feasibility study, w
Nirali PatelSDR Progr (512) 382- patel@coherentlogix.com wearable eThe eXtreme wrist computer (Xwatch) Pro
Cory DixonRobotics E (720) 565- cory.dixon@stratom.com UnmannedCurrently,
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Anthony GiProject Ma(225) 706- tony.giglio@mezzotech.com thermal,RaThe goal of this program is to develop com
Kang-Bin CDirector (310) 320- ATProposals@poc.com SURTASS,en Physical Optics Corporation (POC) propos
Andy StougVice Presi (919) 749- andy@windlift.com RenewableWindlift will provide a HMMWV-towable
Jeremy Br President (617) 500- jhbrown@jaybridge.com Software,MOur Phase II effort has these major thrust
Scott DavisVP Technol(303) 296- davis@vescent.com EO beamste Vescent Photonics proposes to develop ne
John Jude Engineerin(630) 466- jjude@hytekmfg.com helicopter HMCs approach to Phase I HLRB roller be
Rick SturdiPresident (310) 980- rick@reliantlabsystems.com limiter,MMLimiters protect phased array radars from
Seth KesslePresident/(617) 447- skessler@metisdesign.com ultrasonic This SBIR aims to develop an efficient app
Paul ThogeProject Ma(317) 842- pthogersen@wolftechnical.com AUTONOMOUS The purpose of this multi-phase program
Jason SumSenior Eng(301) 866- jason.summers@heronsystems.com sensor netw A prototype integrated data registration s
Yiping Liu Scientist (303) 516- yliu@sporian.com ceramic,StSporian Microsystems Inc. has spent the l
Jin-Keun ChSenior Rese(301) 604- jkchoi@dynaflow-inc.com cavitating The propeller cleaning system developed
John KominChief Tech (412) 621- john.kominek@vocitec.com (4) GenderVoci Technologies Incorporated (Voci) is th
Joel Lord Principal I (978) 369- lord@assurtech.com MUOS,WCDMA The MUOS Satellite provides a S-WCDMA
Brandon ZeVice Presi (858) 598- brandon@adaptive-dynamics.com JTRS,rifle Today"s military operations depend
Sidney TheiPresident (214) 353- sidtheis@rdrtec.com Radar,MariThis effort develops system concepts, a su
William NicVP Automat (973) 724- william.h.nichols34.ctr@mail.mil Signal ModThis Small Business Innovative Research (
Robert MarResearch Sc(734) 887- bob.marinier@soartech.com adaptationCurrent Mine Countermeasure (MCM) op
Jason HolmDirector (310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com AUGMENTED To address the Office of Naval Research (O
Paul KesselPrincipal I (703) 368- pkessel@progeny.net METADATAProgeny proposes the development of a T
Michael RuDirector, (781) 314- mrufo@bos Stub UUV,AUV,LiOperations in shallow, complex, and high
Sivanesan Group Lea (310) 320- psproposals@poc.com handheld,pa ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Andreas H VP of Auto(617) 864- ahofmann@vecna.com Autonomous ABSTRACT: Deployment of interesting au
Lee Cross Senior Res(419) 536- LCross@teamist.com high-powerABSTRACT: This project advances the fun
Donald SIPPresident (815) 383- don.sipes@Stub Fiber Opti ABSTRACT: The Etched Air Taper Combine
Joel Luna Principal I (937) 429- jluna@fti-net.com supply chaABSTRACT: The overall objective of this e
Richard ClaPresident (406) 995- clarke@bu.edu Cetane num ABSTRACT: We propose to develop a ligh
Daniel KueAerospace (678) 594- dkuehme@areai.aero UAS,UAV,Ad ABSTRACT: Area-I proposes to develop an
ChristopherPresident (630) 595- cspytek1@aol.com hybrid,GenABSTRACT: There is an urgent Air Force n
David S StaCEO/CTO (207) 592- dstapp@peregrineturbine.com Fuel Effic ABSTRACT: The steadily rising cost of foss
Daniel DaniSr. Enginee(781) 461- ddanila@acumentrics.com High effici ABSTRACT: A hybrid tubular SOFC/gas tur
Jeffery L E Principal I (260) 338- jle.erickson@frontier.com Light weig ABSTRACT: Desired tactical requirements
Greg SteveOwner (530) 541- Greg@gsehfe.com permanentABSTRACT: This proposal outlines an inno
Pradeep K President (518) 383- guptap@pradeepkguptainc.com Life Predi ABSTRACT: The proposed research focuse
Hiroyuki KoPrincipal I (937) 426- hkosai@ues.com energy,genABSTRACT: Military aircraft are steadily m
Houshang P EI (931) 581- HPE.FMS@gmail.com SCREECH,ruABSTRACT: Flow Modeling and Simulatio
Karl LeodleProject Ma(540) 371- karl.leodler@jrmtech.com Track ManaThe MH-60R sensor systems being integra
Jerry Cole Director o (517) 784- jcole@sealandaire.com hydrophone Towed arrays are used extensively in the U
Chance McC Director of(770) 516- cmccoll@tda-i.com real-time, Deployment of Health and Usage Monito
Joe SprengPresident (513) 309- joe.sprengard@generalnanollc.com Carbon nanGeneral Nano manufactures Carbon Nano
Dong-Ik LeSr. optical (408) 735- dlee@aosense.com ultracold The compact, versatile laser system that w
Daniel StapEngineer (321) 631- dstaples@mainstream-engr.com efficiency The largest non-propulsion consumer of N
Thomas KoChief Scien(609) 759- kornack@twinleaf.com magnetomet The Navy seeks to deploy sensitive atomic
John Carls Chief Techn(703) 437- john.carlson@echoridgenet.com Hardware-iEcho Ridge and partner Rockwell Collins p
David CarnPresident (781) 609- dcarnahan@nano-lab.com Sensor,AS8A sensor was developed in the Phase I eff
Brian HayeTechnical D(707) 747- hayesb1@sbcglobal.net Aircraft ReComposite structures on Naval aircraft are
Triveni Up President (781) 359- triveni@mayflowercom.com NavAssure,The objective of this Navy SBIR program is
Duane SettSenior Eng(217) 363- dsetterdahl@delcross.com watercraft Modern marine radar systems can provid
Wenjian WDirector (310) 320- ISProposals@poc.com SimulationTo address the Navy"s need for a co
Dustan HelChief Tech (719) 488- dhellwig@ctic-inc.com P-8,recon CTIs solution for the Maritime Airborne SO
Kalyan GupPresident (855) 569- kalyan.gupta@knexusresearch.com Decision s Mine countermeasures (MCM) missions r
Sidney TheiPresident (214) 353- sidtheis@rdrtec.com SENSE ANDThe implementation of Sense And Avoid (
Natalia PalSecretary (617) 304- cambridge.elec@gmail.com power electThis program aims to develop the technol
Gary Betts Distinguis (978) 670- eackerman@photonicsinc.com Analog-to-DDuring Phase I of this SBIR program, Phot
Nanyan ZhSenior Diel(518) 894- capacitor@polyktech.com energy densIn this SBIR Phase II project, we propose t
Matt FisherPrincipal I (703) 368- mfsher@progeny.net prioritiza Proposed effort is focused on effective ma
Brian SchoChief Scie (206) 422- brian@magicleap.com high resoluABSTRACT: Magic Leap, Inc. proposes to
Gregor WalPrincipal E(909) 202- gwaldherr@haltechnologies.com remote sensABSTRACT: We propose a handheld, dual
Eric PetersPrincipal E(805) 322- epetersen@ctic-inc.com SOA,EW,com ABSTRACT: Chesapeake Technology Inter
Eddie HinoPrincipal I (817) 870- eddie.hinojosa@williams-pyro.com Maintenanc ABSTRACT: The Air Force"s High Ve
Kevin TangResearch E(734) 668- proposals@cybernet.com PrognosticABSTRACT: Inefficient handoffs and limite
Hossein SaVice Presid(408) 523- saberi@flightlab.com Module and ABSTRACT: There is a need to utilize mob
Brian MoorVice Presi (315) 339- bmoore@ras.com electronic ABSTRACT: This SBIR develops and evalua
Jameson Be Principal I (860) 647- jsb@islinc Stub EW,SEI,SpecABSTRACT: The global proliferation of mo
Henry A CaPresident (607) 844- hcarlson@cStub AeroacoustiABSTRACT: Clear Science Corp. proposes
Kevin RougVice Presid(562) 981- kroughen@m4-engineering.com Store sepaABSTRACT: M4 Engineering proposes to d
Robert TraChief Scien(256) 527- rtramel@kStub Store rele ABSTRACT: We propose to develop and d
Donald McTechnical (207) 866- dmccann@environetix.com Passive wirABSTRACT: The U.S. Air Force has a critica
Ofr GarciaResearch Sc(310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com SuperpositiABSTRACT: Addressing the Air Force&quo
Douglas S Principal E(360) 876- dbeck23@aol.com Thermal Ma ABSTRACT: We propose to develop for th
Eric GamblVice Presi (561) 741- egamble@sStub heat exchaABSTRACT: An innovative approach for re
John McIveSenior Scie(877) 763- jmciver@stellarscience.com FDTD,interABSTRACT: Data integrity is essential for a
Walter ClovPI/Sr. RF E (505) 903- wclover@techflow.com electromagABSTRACT: High-power electromagnetic
Kirk Price Principal I (360) 566- kirk.price@Stub fber laser ABSTRACT: The efficient coherent beam c
Eric Mies President (800) 881- emies@smicron.com optical f ABSTRACT: For this SBIR topic, we have p
Richard A CEO (818) 880- rahutchin Stub Optical PhaABSTRACT: Optical Physics Company (OPC
Jeffrey D BPresident (303) 530- jbarchers@naosystems.com Optical Ph ABSTRACT: Nutronics, Inc. proposes to de
Josh RakerSenior Eng(888) 666- josh@optonicus.com Aircraft P ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Michael HuSenior Eng(720) 289- mike.hulse@i2csolutions.com Thermal Ma ABSTRACT: In response to the U.S. Air For
Tom T Jr. Principal S (505) 238- svetlana@optonicus.com High powerABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
David GoldPrincipal E(646) 416- david@equStub high-energABSTRACT: We propose an algorithm for
Eric P MagSenior Scie(937) 684- Eric.Magee@mza.com Laser,weapABSTRACT: Laser weapon systems on tac
Jason HolmDirector (310) 320- eosproposals@poc.com MultispectABSTRACT: To address the Air Force need
Wesley SheVP of Prod(215) 658- sheridanw@gosage.com FPA,SWIR,lABSTRACT: The proposed DMBS System i
Reid CarlislDirector, (727) 551- rcarlisle@spyrus.com Remote attABSTRACT: The SPYRUS Secure Operation
Robert JoyTechnical D(607) 257- rjoyce@atcorp.com data proveABSTRACT: The secure, automated dissem
Thomas L W Engineer/Sc (801) 913- twolf@sili Stub Rad-hard,RaABSTRACT: Silicon Technologies, Inc. (STI)
Jim NadeauVP Enginee(310) 997- jnadeau@eStub W-band,V-BABSTRACT: Escape proposes a candidate
Michael JaEngineeri (858) 332- mjacox@spStub Space Comm ABSTRACT: Space Micro proposes to miti
Unni SanthDirector (760) 918- usanthosh@structuralanalyticsinc.com micromecha ABSTRACT: Innovative research and deve
Jacob MortRF Enginee(303) 449- jmorton@frstrf.com Situationa ABSTRACT: FIRST RF proposes a 4- and 7-
Tariq A MuSenior Ana(805) 968- tmujahed@toyon.com Music,CRPAABSTRACT: Global navigation satellite sys
Edgar A M Chief Excec(310) 292- emendoza@redondooptics.com Fuel tank oABSTRACT: Redondo Optics Inc. (ROI prop
SayangdevResearch E(303) 792- sayann@adatech.com Graphene,TABSTRACT: The stable and reliable operati
Michael BrDirector o (301) 960- michael@sprung-brett.com Modular syABSTRACT: The objective of this proposal
Patrick KelCEO&Mana(812) 923- pat@mp-m.com Flight Con ABSTRACT: The Air Force is seeking a com
Michael A President (216) 521- mike@mcgawtech.com cryogenic, ABSTRACT: The goal of this Phase I is to d
Yu-Hui ChiuDirector, A(508) 655- ychiu@busek.com Ionic liqui ABSTRACT: Busek Co. Inc. proposes to ex
Jon Buck Project Ma(202) 380- jbuck@marinedd.com reducing f The objective of this project is to develop
Tye Gribb VP of Rese(608) 210- tye.gribb@phoenixnuclearlabs.com Neutron Gen ABSTRACT: Residual stresses can be creat
John CaulfSenior Scie(805) 453- john@cyan-systems.com Extended DABSTRACT: The Saturation Suppression S
John PorterMaterials S(937) 426- jporter@ues.com 3D CharactABSTRACT: The challenge for manufactur
Komal A MProject Ma(217) 721- masudkomal@gmail.com Mixture thABSTRACT: We present a mixture theory
Kevin F WalPrincipal R(781) 275- kwall@qpeak.com coherent im ABSTRACT: Coherent ladar sources offer a
Michael B FMgr, Indus(978) 689- frish@psicorp.com Lasers,Avi ABSTRACT: Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) pro
Weibo ChePrincipal I (603) 643- wbc@creare.com Adaptive-CABSTRACT: Hybrid technologies and adap
Bruce R PilPrincipal I (603) 643- brp@creare.com Power qualiABSTRACT: Aircraft power system disturb
Sukesh RoySenior Res(937) 902- sroy@woh.rr.com Particulat ABSTRACT: This topic calls for a fast and a
Gregory CoPI / Engine(321) 631- gsc@mainstream-engr.com Environment This proposal addresses the single largest
Carl KirkcoCTO (949) 975- cskirkconnell@iristechnology.com RenewableIris Technology proposes the developmen
David Liu VP Resear (617) 562- davidliu@hdm-sys.com RenewableThe overarching objective is to provide a d
David B KyPrincipal E(603) 643- dbk@creare.com AutomatedABSTRACT: Accurate measurement of fas
Michelle BPI (540) 626- mberg@nanosonic.com PhotovoltaiABSTRACT: NanoSonic, Inc. researchers h
Donald G Co-Principa(703) 654- dmadden@objectvideo.com Wide area ABSTRACT: Modern aerial Intelligence, Su
Ryan FranzSenior Prin(303) 900- rfranz@adsyscontrols.com Tracking,UABSTRACT: Modern cell phone technolog
STEVE SERAPRINCIPAL (303) 604- SSERATI@BNONLINEAR.COM non-mechan ABSTRACT: High resolution 3D LADAR ima
David Fick Principal E(734) 915- dave.fck@isoclineengineering.com ASIC,NeuroABSTRACT: Wide feld of view (WFOV) vid
Mark Ollis Director o (724) 799- marko@neyasystems.com Structure ABSTRACT: The production of 3D models
Daniel CrisResearch Sc(401) 427- dan@visionsystemsinc.com 3-d reconsABSTRACT: While the state of the art in b
Thomas L LSenior Scie(805) 968- tlarry@toyon.com Portable,anABSTRACT: A portable high gain (39 dBi) a
Larry SadwCTO (801) 975- sadwick@innosystech.com Gallium NitABSTRACT: Advanced wide bandgap (WB
James P HyPrincipal I (877) 575- jim.hynes@continentalctrls.com ELECTROMAG ABSTRACT: We propose to develop a 5 in
Esteban GoSenior Eng(410) 884- egonzalez@csefre.com CFD; augmen ABSTRACT: Combustion instabilities can b
Tom McDon Principal I (978) 250- tmcdonald@tritonsystems.com back-wall sTriton Systems, Inc., in partnership with th
Matthew W Principal I (858) 587- mwrosch@vst-inc.com Organic pho ABSTRACT: The promise of ubiquitous so
Joseph R GCTO (703) 472- jrguerci@ieee.org MIMO,cogni ABSTRACT: A new cognitive fully adaptive
Kristine BelSenior Ana(703) 326- bell@metsci.com cognitive rABSTRACT: The goals of this project are t
Darlene FrPrincipal I (603) 598- darlene@solidstatescientifc.com GMTI,SAR,IABSTRACT: Solid State Scientifc Corporati
Shubo DattChief Scien(609) 434- sdatta@chipsat.com HIGH CURRE ABSTRACT: Discovery Semiconductors wi
David IrvinPriciple Ch(512) 757- davidirvin@systemsandmaterials.com Surface mod ABSTRACT: Systems and Materials Resear
Codruta ZoResearch C(203) 287- cloebick@precision-combustion.com combustionABSTRACT: Precision Combustion, Inc. pr
Lei Tang President (480) 518- tanglei@d-p-llc.com gridless m This Small Business Innovation Research p
Charles KuzPresident (760) 652- ckuznia@ultracomm-inc.com advanced fAn opportunity exists to signifcantly redu
Amol InamMember of(914) 592- ainamdar@hypres.com RSFQ,IntegThe objective of this project is to develop
David StevSenior Prin(512) 380- dstevens@protection-consultants.com MODELINGProtection
A Engineering Consultants (PEC)
Larry TakiffPresident (339) 203- larry.takiff@akitainnovations.com Protective ABSTRACT: Modern optoelectronic device
Adam HicksResearch Sc(937) 865- adamhicks@mlpc.com DMLS,DirecABSTRACT: Powder-bed based additive m
Ben Beck Principal I (540) 961- beckb@lunainc.com ProtectionABSTRACT: There is a need to identify, qu
Fred Allen Group Lead(732) 868- fmallen@neicorporation.com Corrosion ABSTRACT: We propose to demonstrate t
Mikhail Gae Director of(803) 647- mgaevski@s-et.com III-Nitride ABSTRACT: We propose to develop novel
John AppleProgram M(561) 427- JAppleby@fttinc.com rocket,coaABSTRACT: Liquid rocket propulsion syste
Said JahanVP (518) 862- sjahanmir@mitiheart.com High Tempe ABSTRACT: It is proposed to develop new
Robert LeCCEO/CTO (303) 642- rlechevalier@astronixresearch.com micro-partiABSTRACT: Astronix proposes a particle b
Bono WasisPrincipal R(256) 542- bwa@illinoisrocstar.com turbulent ABSTRACT: Development, implementatio
Timothy OnPrincipal R(978) 932- onasch@aerodyne.com PM aircraftABSTRACT: The goal of this SBIR project i
Kent KrumvSr. Enginee(720) 872- kent@datafusion.com detection, Data Fusion Corporation (DFC) proposes t
Robert Purn Research Sc(626) 381- jaxtelle@chromologic.com Raman spec ABSTRACT: The Air Force is experiencing
H. L MosbaCTO (802) 779- lee.mosbacker@traycer.com Non DestruABSTRACT: Many nondestructive evaluati
Scott LeemSenior Str (480) 598- Scott.Leemans@AdvatechPacifc.com materials cABSTRACT: The overarching objectives fo
Evan Lally Principal I (540) 558- lallye@lunainc.com Automated, ABSTRACT: Luna proposes to develop a u
Dan Xiang Director R (301) 948- dxiang@x-waveinnovations.com NondestrucABSTRACT: There is a signifcant need for
Alan KoivuSenior Res(906) 482- ack@thermoanalytics.com MWIR,LDRABSTRACT:
i We propose a novel multi-fra
Todd PeppeSystem Sof(616) 735- todd.pepper@cri.us.com high dynami ABSTRACT: Sensor saturation and the res
John PorterMaterials S(937) 426- jporter@ues.com PHYSICS-BAABSTRACT: UES proposes to obtain data t
David K LeiPresident (254) 933- dkleigh@harvest-tech.com additive mABSTRACT: The objective of this proposal
Gerald WilVP, Techno(217) 863- gw@autonomicmaterials.com Corrosion ABSTRACT: Chrome-based coating system
Steve JiangResearch Sc(310) 530- sjiang@broadatacom.com clustering ABSTRACT: A SUAS video processing plat
Brian BoonSenior RF (303) 449- bboone@frstrf.com Launch vehABSTRACT: The United States Air Force (U
Elizabeth SSystems En(978) 887- eschundler@optra.com Missile detABSTRACT: The Air Force is seeking a hyp
Cheryl Liss Principal E(978) 452- cliss@aurigamicrowave.com coupling,isABSTRACT: Phase I tasks will produce a d
Hooshang President/(518) 862- hheshmat@miti.cc foil bearin ABSTRACT: MiTi and its subcontractor are
David M SyPI / Sr. En (321) 631- dsykes@mainstream-engr.com Hybrid ProABSTRACT: The objective of this SBIR top
Jiyun ByunResearch S(805) 967- byun@mayachitra.com Scene undeThe primary goal of this SBIR Phase II is to
Ryan OltmaSenior Eng(757) 766- roltman@bihrle.com stall,aero Many existing flight simulators currently l
Richard HuCEO (818) 880- rahutchin@opci.com Star TrackeDuring the Navy sponsored Phase II proje
Nathan ThElectrical (812) 923- nthomas@techshot.com battery maRechargeable batteries self discharge whi
Darrell MasCEO (845) 781- darrell.massie@ipercsolutions.com DistributedThe technical approach to this project is t
Adam FuroBiomedical(317) 842- afurore@wolftechnical.com helmet,undWolf Technical Services, Inc. (Wolf) is deve
Martin TanCTO (410) 703- martint@tanenhausassociates.com Attitude,I The challenge to develop new innovative
Jacob SmelPresident (765) 775- jsmelser@omegamicrotech.com LTCC,PowerThe development of Wide Bandgap Semic
Ben-z LawrPrincipal E(850) 613- Ben-Z.Lawrence@Net-Sensing.com Global PosABSTRACT: The Global Positioning System
Donald HarSenior Digi(808) 531- dharbin@oceanit.COM GPS,signal ABSTRACT: This proposal is for the develo
Hans SchanCTO (256) 489- h.schantz Stub Kalman Fil ABSTRACT: Q-Track proposes to develop
Francois V Project Sci(303) 640- vandenb@st Stub Data AssimiABSTRACT: The Science and Technology i
Michael EnCEO (714) 893- menright@Stub Total elec ABSTRACT: To increase space environmen
Weibo ChePrincipal I (603) 643- wbc@creare.com cryocoolerABSTRACT: Next-generation space-based
Sivaram P Sr. Resear (937) 266- spgogineni@gmail.com High CycleABSTRACT: The drive to increase turbine
Ken CenterSoftware D(505) 503- ken.cente Stub Hosted PayABSTRACT: Incorporating hosted payload
Silviu VelicDirector o (630) 771- proposals@epir.com cryogenic ABSTRACT: A major limitation to the wide
Goeffrey CPresident (210) 834- gcrowley@astraspace.net over the h ABSTRACT: The DoD requires accurate re
Roderick BPrincipal I (703) 293- rbarnes@wrsystems.com OTHR,Coord ABSTRACT: We propose the assembly of a
Timothy E FAnalyst (805) 968- tair@toyon.com AutomatedABSTRACT: In recent years, advances in E
Michael K Principal I (315) 732- krumme@b Stub fully adap ABSTRACT: The challenge set by Fully Ada
James McDSenior RF (303) 449- jmcdonald@ Stub Reflector ABSTRACT: The requirement for a MANPA
Robert H SPI (319) 447- bobs@softrStub preselectoABSTRACT: Softronics Ltd. proposes to im
Samuel MaCTO (978) 501- sam.macmu Stub AEHF SATCO ABSTRACT: The ongoing launch of next ge
Joseph HucPrincipal S (321) 409- joseph.hucStub GMTI,Radar, ABSTRACT: Trident Systems Inc. (TSI) and
Evan C ZauChief Rada(801) 979- evan@arteStub GMTI,SAR,SABSTRACT: GMTI signal processing algori
Errol Engli Sr. Scienti (937) 427- errol.english@matrixresearch.com Wideband ABSTRACT:
G Martix Research proposes to
Anatoliy B Member Tec (800) 341- aboryssenko@nuvotronics.com beamformer ABSTRACT: The Nuvotronics approach is t
Thomas DilSenior Eng(302) 456- dillon@phaStub photodiodeABSTRACT: In this SBIR effort we will deve
Raymond SiProject Ma(937) 320- rsiferd@rbStub GPS,ASIC,aABSTRACT: There are numerous military a
Thomas GoPrincipal I (978) 495- pi@si2technologies.com conformal ABSTRACT: SI2 Technologies, Inc. (SI2) wi
Robert SchPresident (410) 626- rschmier@alphaomegaem.com phased arrABSTRACT: This Phase I SBIR research add
Sarjit S BhaVP-Enginee(609) 586- sarjit@pri Stub Dual modeABSTRACT:
r Princeton Microwave Technol
William W CTO (310) 802- Bill.Milro Stub antenna,loABSTRACT: Situational Awareness (SA) / D
Huili Yu R&D Scient(310) 473- huili@utopiacompression.com 3. List a ABSTRACT: As vision systems are continu
Nelson ForsSr. Enginee(610) 356- nforster@ Stub Bearing ana ABSTRACT: This proposal describes an an
Joe SprengPresident (513) 309- joe.sprengStub carbon nanABSTRACT: Improving heat transfer and e
Dorin V Pr Principal R(978) 689- dpreda@psicorp.com Enhanced hABSTRACT: The Air Force identifed a nee
Shilpa Pra Team Lead(310) 320- EOSProposals@poc.com 3D LADAR,B ABSTRACT: To address the Air Force&quo
Adam NolaChief Tech (513) 631- adam.nolaStub ATR,SAR,HRR ABSTRACT: Database sustainability is a fu
Nahum GatPresident (310) 756- nahum@okStub HyperVideo ABSTRACT: We are proposing to demonst
Ian Kaye CTO and G(925) 455- ikaye@ultra Stub Fuel cell, ABSTRACT: We propose a fuel cell / batte
PonnuthuraPrinicipal (410) 884- pgokulakriStub Augmentor,G ABSTRACT: In recent years, diversifcation
Jim NadeauVP Enginee(310) 997- jnadeau@eStub W-band,V-BABSTRACT: Escape proposes a candidate
Daniel Sto Principal (617) 491- dstouch@cra.com Mission asABSTRACT: Scheduling Air Force Satellite
Triet Tran Chief Techn(719) 219- triet.tran@braxtontech.com Multi-objeABSTRACT: The Braxton Ace Premier Inte
Richard StoPrincipal I (650) 931- stottler@sStub DistributedABSTRACT: The ultimate goal of this prop
James NeelPresident (434) 420- james.neelStub game theorABSTRACT: This project will identify feasi
Kyle Lyson Design Eng(406) 579- kyle.lyson@nu-trek.com ADC,RadiatABSTRACT: The objective of the proposed
Steve SavoVP Resear (512) 389- ssavoy@nanohmics.com Thermoelec ABSTRACT: Military space assets can have
Bert VermeChief Techn(858) 332- bvermeire Stub Hosted PayABSTRACT: Space Micro proposes to leve
Dunning IdPrincipal I (719) 482- dunning.i Stub Satellite t ABSTRACT: A holistic RSO space situation
Lee Cross Principal I (419) 536- lcross@teamist.com EM protectABSTRACT: Under this SBIR, Imaging Syst
John W StePrincipal R(978) 689- steinbeck@psicorp.com Magnetocal ABSTRACT: Physical Sciences Inc. propose
Bruce R PilPrincipal I (603) 643- brp@creare.com Cryogenic rABSTRACT: Cubesats and microsats utilizi
Carl S Kirk CTO (949) 975- cskirkconnStub cryocoolerABSTRACT: The vision of the Microsat Cry
L.J. NickiscSr. Researc(831) 582- lj@nwra.com OTHR,Coordi ABSTRACT: Coordinate Registration (CR) o
Avi Pfeffer Principal S (617) 491- apfeffer@cra.com Multipath,ABSTRACT: Space system operators requi
George HaChief Tech (435) 654- gchansen@Stub ConductiveABSTRACT: A method of fabricating high
De Y Zang Sr. Scientis(760) 438- dzang@ipitek.com PERMEABILI ABSTRACT: In modern battlefelds, Electro
Michael DeVice Presi (937) 431- mdescheneStub RPA,Sense ABSTRACT: Without the capability to sen
Joshua WhiManaging D (937) 285- joshua.whiStub Cetane num ABSTRACT: The Cetane numbers for indiv
Paul YelvinSenior Eng(321) 631- pyelvington@mainstream-engr.com JP-8,JP-5, ABSTRACT: The demand for increased thr
Lei Tang President (480) 518- tanglei@d-Stub Turbine,Hi ABSTRACT: This SBIR project proposes to
Lyn M GreePresident (916) 783- lyng@dynatechengr.com Bearing PoABSTRACT: To provide improved life pred
Nathan Br Principal I (434) 220- nbrown@lunainc.com WIRELESS,m ABSTRACT: Aircraft oleo-pneumatic landi
Vladimir KoSenior Scie(858) 646- vkolinko@tStub TBD ABSTRACT: TBD BENEFIT: TBD
Alison K B President (719) 481- abrown@navsys.com GPS signal ABSTRACT: The biggest demand on a mili
Dan EckelkTechnical (505) 767- eckelkam@aptec.com fnite-set ABSTRACT: Team ATA proposes to develo
Andrew KraSystems En(703) 927- andrew@br-envision.com UNMANNED ABSTRACT:
A In order to accommodate the
Cheng K PaProgram M(310) 320- cpao@quinStub transceive ABSTRACT: QuinStar Technology propose
Craig FarloSenior Scie(256) 617- craig.farl Stub metasurfacABSTRACT: The Air Force has identifed th
Dan Shen Principal S (301) 515- dshen@intusiontech.com Cognitive ABSTRACT: In future military satellite com
Geoff CrowPresident (201) 834- gcrowley@a Stub Dual FrequABSTRACT: The Air Force requires accurat
James BaxtPrincipal E(919) 323- jbaxter@siStub CID,ATR,PhABSTRACT: Current automatic target reco
Mark LuettPresident (781) 503- mark.luettgen@STResearch.com UnmannedABSTRACT:
A Integration of track data from
Lars Karlss CTO (408) 982- lars.karlsson@spectranetix.com HIGH SENSIABSTRACT: Current and future VLF receiv
Joe AhadiaVP Enginee(760) 652- jahadian@ultracomm-inc.com RF PhotoniABSTRACT: This program creates an innov
William LePrincipal (781) 359- lecomte@m Stub GPS,anti-j ABSTRACT: GPS is known to be extremely
Jerry KnighVP Enginee(562) 477- jerry.knight@nu-trek.com anti-jam, ABSTRACT: The end objective is a low pow
Kirk Price Principal I (360) 566- kirk.price@nlight.net Er-doped fABSTRACT: nLIGHT proposes the develop
Vishal Jain Vice Presi (401) 965- vishal@visionsystemsinc.com bundle adjABSTRACT: VSI proposes a flexible sensor
T: A Propellant Health Monitoring (PHM) Sensor for Solid Rocket Motors (SRMs) utilizes actual propellant components in a tiny new sensor
T: Physical Sciences Inc. proposes to design, develop, and demonstrate two types of affordable, portable, non-invasive, real-time sensors to
T: In this Phase II proposal Silvus proposes to develop a prototype Airborne Network Orderwire system. The prototype called Silvus Comm
T: As the USAF and other military services migrate to an IP-based tactical network, i.e., the"IP to the edge"paradigm, the use o
T: The Air Force has identifed the need for a technological capability to provide secure, dynamic and efficient multicast services over crypt
T: In Phase II of TIGRESS, we will continue development of a prototype event geolocating system, known as TIGRESS, which leverages an en
T: Multimode fber (MMF) is the prevalent cable plant in many mil-aerospace systems. The multimode channel has bandwidth limitations
T: The ionosphere has signifcant effects on DoD radio systems. The Air Force needs electric feld measurements in order to nowcast and fo
T: To address the Air Force need for a system to monitor the state of wear of cutting tools in high performance fghter jet production, Phys
T: Oceanit will develop a working prototype module that will undergo testing with each category of Threat engagement. We will articulate
T: Current cyber threats analysis and detection techniques based on intrusion prevention/detection, anti-virus and spam flters often offer
T: In Phase II, D-Tech plans to continue our success from Phase I by enhancing the existing prototype product with the latest Identity Mana
T: Stellar Science has developed innovative techniques for satellite conjunction processing using spatiotemporally indexed ephemeris data
T: Ionospheric scintillation and TEC are required by the IORD. We propose a GPS Autonomous Micro-Monitor ("GAMMA") that
T: Barron Associates, Inc. proposes an aggressive Phase II effort to make on-board threat information fusion technology available for future
T: To address the Air Force need for a liquid shim application system for automated advanced fghter assembly, Physical Optics Corporation
T: Air and space gimbaled Infrared, multi-spectral, and hyperspectral sensor systems require cryogenic cooling to operate. Current cryogen
T: Toyon Research Corporation proposes to develop a decentralized asset management framework which will provide near-optimal loose c
T: Ground Surveillance Radar (GSR) is a fundamental and proven component of Department of Defenses (DoD) Battlefeld Awareness. Adv
T: The proposed Phase II effort is a two year program focused on demonstrating both the feasibility of an integrated semiconductor optica
T: Auriga will complete the development of an innovative linearized K-band High Power Amplifer (HPA) in 24 months with one additional m
T: The objective of this work is to demonstrate a prototype of an innovative method to protect military space microelectronics from unaut
T: Trust and reputation management system has been proven to be an effective method to solve many security issues in Wireless Sensor N
T: Optical Physics Company (OPC) combined two pioneering sets of optical phased array technologies during the frst phase of this project.
T: This SBIR program aims to demonstrate a curved sensor array for a vision system (CSVS) capable of being integrated into small form fact
T: Triton Systems has demonstrated a variable light transmission technology that will be optimized in the proposed Phase II for use in a mil
T: The purpose of this Phase II is to develop a working prototype of the HADRian tool that can assist SOC (Sensing Operations Center) Ope
T: With the growing demands for Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) operations, it becomes increasingly important to determine how to best t
T: The goal of this Small Business Innovative Research project is to model the ability of human listeners to detect and identify specifc audi
T: A hybrid computational Electromagnetic solution will be developed that combines multiple physics techniques in order to handle far-fe
T: The Situation Awareness User-Defnable Operational Picture (UDOP) for Nuclear Awareness (SAUNA) provides an innovative, cost-effecti
T: The Design Knowledge Company"s Economic Modeling of Uncertainty (EMU) program presents an innovative, cost-effective, and d
T: During phase I, we successfully designed a low-profle dual-linear polarization UWB (20-50 GHz) phase array antenna design. A key comp
T: In this Phase II effort, we will develop an adaptive bandwidth free-space optical link using proprietary photonic integrated circuit techno
T: This SBIR Phase I project is targeted at the development of a novel ultracapacitor using ionic liquid electrolytes. Commercially available u
T: The proposed portable, hand-held laser tool will enable efficient feld or depot maintenance of specialty coatings and outer mold line (O
T: AutoDrills at Lockheed Martin drill over 12,000 holes in the wing skins and understructure on each F-35 aircraft. To ensure these holes g
T: QuinStar proposes to develop an efficient, linear solid-state power amplifer (SSPA), operating over the 81 to 86 GHz band, for high data
T: PreTalen recognizes that an ongoing challenge facing the Department of Defense (DOD) and civil/commercial PNT users is the understan
T: Echo Ridge and George Mason University propose to mature, enhance and further demonstrate the PNT equipment hardware in the loo
T: Echo Ridge and partner Wright State University (WSU) propose to prototype and evaluate the Phase I-developed novel performance enh
B garment systems such as Joint Services Lightweight Integrated Suit technology (JSLIST) and Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Tech
ontinues implementation of the Phased Adaptive Approach (PAA), robust operation of BMDS sensors within post-intercept debris environm
e missiles are being developed to intercept reentry vehicles and tactical ballistic missiles before their conventional, chemical and nuclear wa
Inc. proposes the development and testing of a Hypervelocity Impact Damage Assessment system that can track the electrical charge dispe
"s ballistic missile defense system provides the only means currently available to protect it, and its allies, from a catastrophic attach by
the use of innovative energetic materials, Capco proposes to improve the reliability, shelf life, EMI hardening and performance of EED devic
th electro-explosive device (EED) initiators on interceptors have caused the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) to investigate novel ideas to incr
reliable one-shot electro-explosive ordnance device (EED) available for initiating next generation (NexGen) insensitive energetics is though
s the MDA need for methodologies for long-term missile aging assessment and reliability prediction for polymer materials and electronic p
have been recently developed by TRI/Austin Inc. that permit accelerated life testing (ALT) exposures at lower temperatures which are more
ul lifespan of emerging state-of-the-art materials, or legacy materials that remain dormant within complex missile systems for long periods,
Aging Concepts, Inc. proposes to develop a"Smart Shelf Life"(SSL) tag which provides a low cost health monitoring system for o
Stockpile Reliability Program for interceptor ordnance devices is defcient because there are not health monitoring and built-in tests of the
evelop and test a novel, low SWAP-C IMU design that achieves navigation grade accuracy.
s the Missile Defense Agency"s need to accurately measure inertial movement in a stressing flight environment, Physical Optics Corp
nced material found to survive high G-forces while making accurate inertial measurements is thermo plastic formed (TPF) Bulk Metallic Gla
DA Phase I SBIR program, MATECH proposes to demonstrate the life cycle sustainability of ultra-high temperature (UHT), very low erosion, c
emi Corporation develops advanced semiconductor manufacturing technology for tomorrow"s leveraged electronics. The company i
ed systems are taking on an increasing role in the U.S. military. Monitoring unmanned vehicles, sensors, and events in dynamic environmen
ect will advance the state of art in two areas necessary for effective exploitation of intelligent diagnosis, planning, and execution technologi
esel generators provide the majority of power generation in forward operating areas, frequently operating inefficiently and requiring exces
rmy and Marines rely signifcantly on fossil-fuel based tactical power generation to provide electrical energy to deployed troops in small cam
ose to develop a collaborative control user interface that will enable operators to work more effectively with highly autonomous vehicles by
ose to develop a collaborative control user interface that will enable operators to work more effectively with highly autonomous vehicles by
ous vehicles are becoming more and more integral to our nation's defense. A DoD object is to free humans from direct control and m
osal addresses the signifcant need for supervisory control of sensor networks within a fully-immersive synthetic environment with novel H
motely sensed data has an inherent physical detachment from the environment being sensed. At a high-level, we propose leveraging Oblo
ed Aerial Systems (UAS) play an increasingly important role in many military scenarios. For the Navy to incorporate UASsuch as those curren
s the OSD need for a minimally intrusive technology that supports aircraft carrier operator gesture recognition, Physical Optics Corporation
tems remain susceptible to attack and compromise despite the best security efforts. There are two growing trends in the research commu
omputer systems are dumb automatons; their blind execution of instructions makes them open to attack. Their inability to reason means t
T: The technology developed under this SBIR program provides for accurate time synchronization across an entire network for purposes of
T: Today"s advanced precision guided weapons rely on GPS/INS-based solutions to provide accurate navigation data, enabling the m
T: A new generation of supersonic weapons will operate at Mach 3-6. Current infrared window materials are unable to withstand the heat
T: The objective of the project is to develop models for secondary debris generated by mobile targets. This includes the vehicle componen
T: Leveraging the results of our Phase I work, Torch proposes developing/integrating an innovative instrumentation system along with auto
T: Most of the air delivered air force weapons are designed to detonate inside structures. However, due to targeting inaccuracies and othe
T: M4 Engineering proposes to develop a method for accurately correcting dynamic wind tunnel force measurements by removing compon
T: Addressing the Air Force need for a reduced-path-length solar/lunar exclusion sensor test capability that quantitatively characterizes off
T: Toyon Research Corporation proposes research and development of advanced algorithms and real-time software to provide signifcant i
T: Operational airborne hyperspectral imagery (HSI) offers numerous advantages over traditional single or multiband sensing modalities fo
T: The objective of this Phase II SBIR topic is to develop and demonstrate an automated move-stop-move combat identifcation system und
T: During the Phase I effort, Electromagnetic Systems, Inc. (EMSI) completed a full characterization of the feature association utility of our
T: Wind-turbine induced clutter is currently affecting air surveillance radar installations worldwide. The growing need for renewable energ
T: Phase II tasks will produce a full-duplex, multi-channel, S-band transmit-receive (T/R) module for integration into large communication p
onse of an object to a burst of electromagnetic energy consists of an early-time skin response (radar cross section or RCS) and late-time (tar
ing approach is proposed for decluttering that does not require statistical characterization of clues to achieve a reduction in clutter. It is ba
search effort, Vadum will demonstrate the feasibility of a machine learning approach to address the problem of debris mitigation and impr
Technologies, Inc. (WTI) proposes development of algorithms that process radar returns from dense threat complexes and attempt to discr
chnologies in collaboration with Dynetics, Inc ("Dynetics") is pleased to present the following proposal to the Missile Defense A
le Defense Agency"s (MDA) Lethality Program is seeking post-intercept debris data from hypervelocity missile impacts in an exoatmo
cted that the US military forces will be facing many new, unexpected types of mission from combat operations to humanitarian assistance
ce from strategic areas of interest comes from numerous sources, such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Rapid Aerostat Initial Depl
motely sensed data has an inherent physical detachment from the environment being sensed. At a high-level, we propose leveraging Oblo
e complexity of modern computer systems has grown to the point of stressing human ability to understand their behavior completely. The
tive monitoring systems are highly desirable and demanded in military and civilian application scenarios. In this effort, we leverage our in-h
and expensive electronic equipment used in marine environments are generally subjected to harsh extremes. Component lifetimes are typ
ctive will be to develop nano-scale coatings for protection of electronics and other sensitive items from seawater and fresh water. A thorou
ose to advance the state-of-the-art of durable superhydrophobic coatings for application on printed circuit boards (PCBs) found on underwa
is of alternatives, including modeling, will be conducted of such candidates technologies such as localization, energy provision, and reporti
oposal we describe our approach and anticipated results concerning the use of a novel and innovative method for providing Over-The-Hori
mpression and team put forth a novel solution for medical diagnostics and continuous monitoring of combat casualties in the battlefeld to
on of a single platorm with multiple functional units requires a"fresh"approach. Battlefeld CONOPS requires the immediate av
se to the SOCOM 13-004 Next Generation Portable Power Amplifer solicitation, MaXentric proposes the GreenAmp-lite system. The Green
roposes a feasibility study to defne the next generation power amplifer for the Special Operations Forces (SOF) warfghter. This program w
munition Company will deliver a family of Lightweight Advanced Polymer Sub-Sonic Ammunition. We will do this by adapting our current fa
ram will consist of a three prong approach to provide an unbiased assessment and development of subsonic ammunition with the highest
abstract 13.1-005 Today there is no sub-sonic ammunition currently type classifed for use in the calibers provided by any DoD Service. Alt
munition Company will research the design and development of Lightweight .50 caliber precision ammunition under this SBIR Phase I contra
s the SOCOM need for feld-operable computing"bricks", Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop High-perform
d Technology LLC proposes the design and development of an Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) System on Chip (SoC) consisting of a hybrid
on nVision Technology employee's experience developing the DARPA One Shot system and the VALR wind measurement system thro
s the Army"s need for a high-performance, low power bio-inspired parallel processor, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to
T: The team will develop a direct view infrared display utilizing an active thin flm metamaterial emitter technology. Utilizing standalone th
T: Infrared (IR) imaging and sensing is used extensively for military purposes. Evolving threats have motivated a drive toward sensor system
T: MATSYS proposes to develop high energy density reactive materials to enhance the performance of Military Operations in Urban Terrain
T: The objective of this effort is to develop a flexible, modular ladar processing architecture and advanced algorithms suitable for direct dig
T: Radar sensors provide an important capability for combat missions involving air-to-air engagement of enemy aircraft. The main beneft o
T: Busek has successfully demonstrated key technical features of an autonomous, long-term storable, radiation tolerant propulsion modul
T: Among the technical challenges associated with current Air Force scramjet technology development is coupling between the combustor
T: As more and more advanced hypersonic weapons are developed, vehicle temperatures are expected to near 1250K (977C); as flight tim
T: Matrix Research, Inc. proposes to prototype, test, analyze, and demonstrate novel feature representations in multi-agent simultaneous l
T: The U.S. military has achieved unsurpassed air superiority in recent conflicts, a feat that is unlikely to continue as we face increasingly so
T: The Munitions Environment Signature Model being developed by TSC will provide munitions design engineers with a tool for exploring R
T: As airborne sensors become more prolifc and sophisticated, the amount of data they produce overwhelms the current ability to offload
T: This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project will develop innovative simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)-based m
T: In the past, systems such as the Navy"s Relocatable Over the Horizon Radar (ROTHR) used analog HF receivers. Those receivers w
T: Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), working with Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems (NGES), proposes to develop a passive optical Identifca
T: Development and deployment of airborne multistatic radar systems and the algorithms that control them can be greatly aided by accura
T: Interest in bistatic radar, where the transmitter and receiver are not collocated, has historically waxed and waned, and is once again enjo
T: Freedom Photonics is proposing to develop novel photonic integrated components required to enable revolutionary new capabilities for
T: We propose to develop a systematic framework for constructing 3D scene knowledge from EO/IR video sequences to provide accurate 3
T: Close-in sensors can be used to embed reliability and functional RF test capability directly on to RF chips in order to reduce the cost and
e and inaccessible environments, transport of critical medical, chemical and/or biological samples can be difficult. In this SBIR Phase I, a tec
arch, Inc. and the University of Colorado at Boulder will team together to develop a responsive sequestration coating for chemical warfare
n and recovery from an attack with a chemical or biological agent remains an important challenge for the US Defense and Homeland Secur
warfare agents, such as nerve and mustard agents, pose serious threats to our soldiers and civilians. An efficient barrier coating which can
ose a next-generation reader system for Rapid Diagnostic Tests using lateral flow immunoassay cartridges. The system includes a rugged and
o attacks are a threat to U.S. military personnel and civilians. While there exist feld detection assays and associated mobile readers, it rema
d promising algorithm is proposed based on hyperspectral unmixing by a sequential processor that will be further developed for data fusio
ary goal of this proposed work is to develop a long wave infrared (LWIR) colloidal quantum dot (CQD)-based focal plane array (FPA) in order
loop closures in Army uniforms have been identifed as the critical sources of leaks in protective clothing/equipment, which limits the ove
s on existing military chemical/biological protection garments are not designed to fully eliminate air gaps at fabric folds, fabric surfaces, or h
ate goal is to develop coatings to self-seal or heal a textile material. Soldiers"personal safety is compromised when CB protective uni
on Research and Flow Technology, Inc. (CRAFT Tech) and Prof. Glumac of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) have teame
oD Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is working to acquire laser based strategic Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) technologies. The lase
hensive approach is proposed to develop a tool for guiding and automating mesh refnement for complex CFD targets and simulations. In t
e turbulence- chemistry interaction methodology will be implemented in the CRAFT CFD code to improve high-speed afterburning base flo
a custom chirped-pulse Fourier transform (CP-FT) mm-wave rotational spectrometer to meet the chemical analysis needs of the ARMY wil
ect aims to develop all-solid-state hybrid energy storage devices with flexible nanostructured electrode materials combined with a polymer
osed Phase I work will deliver a noninvasive, small, portable functional pulse oximeter based fnger prototype device capable of heartbeat-
aluation of ocular injuries in austere environments requires the acquisition and transmission of visual examination data by relatively unqual
ue capabilities provided by vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft also create challenges during turns and rearward maneuvers. VTOL a
bustor liner is subject to the highest temperature and pressure in a gas turbine. Combustion produces gas with temperatures exceeding the
flow calculation is crucial to the development and support of air platorms, and CFD has been successful at predicting aerodynamic perform
oposes to develop a computational tool for transient, high-altitude events with mixed continuum and free molecular flow regimes. The pro
OSU are in a strong position to meet the requirements of this SBIR. Building on a strong foundation of closely related sensor work in the mil
rtnership with Penn State will evaluate and demonstrate a new generation of intrinsically safe robotic actuators built up from micro-actuato
Corporation proposes to develop a novel cold chain system with a Lifetime Warranty for the vacuum container. The container composes a
s the Armys need for a low-cost rearward sense-and-avoid system, Physical Optics Corporation proposes to develop an Airborne Enhanced
ber of arid regions of the world, recirculation of dust by the rotorwash of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft (manned and unmann
barrier coatings (TBCs) are susceptible to damage under service conditions due to environmental contaminants such as calcium-magnesium
in collaboration with the University of Connecticut, proposes to make high temperature phase stable and CMAS resistant coatings of lanth
oposes to develop an abrasive-waterjet (AWJ) system for drilling angled shaped holes in TBC-coated metals and engine components. Water
em to be addressed within the present proposal is the accurate modeling of high altitude transient phenomena associated with short dura
ernment Systems Inc. (EWA GSI) along with University at Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) and the Rochester In
er demands for a wide variety of advanced battlefeld equipment can range from high-energy for long-term operation to high-rate pulse po
ground warfare platorms are burdened with the critical need for escalating capabilities effectiveness in the face of prohibitive competition
roposes to develop a wireless sensor suite for rotorcraft Generator Control Unit (GCU) and Main Power Relay (MPR) health monitoring. Thi
n, correction, or cancellation of the deleterious effects of atmospheric turbulence on wide feld of view (WFOV) imagery is desired to increa
ose a simple and elegant technique to directly measure the electric charge on the surfaces of small pixels of III-V and II-VI infrared detector
s the Armys need for a self-replenishing power technology for protective eyewear with active lenses, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) pro
e locations that are inaccessible by vehicles due to rugged terrain or high security risks, supplies are delivered via Low Cost Aerial Delivery S
ersonnel are often deployed to areas where they are at risk from insect-borne diseases such as malaria, scrub typhus, leishmaniasis, and Ly
need for a durable, non-toxic textile that is protective against vector-borne diseases, effective after repeating wear and laundering, and co
e I SBIR program will defne the requirements and the development plan for a broadband monolithic microwave transceiver integrated circ
systems has worked on a variety of radar systems that have relied on Doppler processing to perform their function. Recently this approach
ctive of this project is to design and develop an innovative miniature actuation system for use in a 40mm guided, extended flight, surveillan
sts a need to improve the lethality of the warfghter at the squad level in addition to improving the warfghters capabilities for Intelligence,
Technologies Phase I approach will use our 20 years of CGF experience to identify a OneSAF system solution for accurate urban models. We
me and Raytheon propose the development of our Stratus Guardian System (SGS) technology in support of the Governments critical need f
rt reliable and secure communications, a suitable network analysis tool is needed for accurately and efficiently detecting, diagnosing, and p
g technology in Sample/Hold, A/D and D/A technology, coupled with full digital capture, store, delay, modulate and reconstruction, will pro
& Technology Research (STR) with our partner Mercury Defense Systems (MDS, formerly KOR Electronics) present this proposal for dev
ase I effort, FIRST RF will develop and evaluate concepts enabling highly directive multi-beam TCDL communications using phased arrays in
proposes to develop innovative, low Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) Digital Receiver Exciter (DREX) technologies needed for simultaneous
nics is pleased to propose our FALCON Optical Inertial Reference Unit (OIRU) for use on High Energy Laser (HEL) weapon systems on tactica
posing an tactical OIRU design based on a modifed production IMU combined with our LOS/INS module. The combination of production h
Optics Inc. (ROI) proposes to design, build, bench and fly test, and deliver to the Navy an innovative light weight, high-speed, and self-pow
osed solution concepts are intended to provide a replacement seating system coupled with a device to more safely and easily move cargo a
an innovative approach for cargo and personnel handling system that requires minimal labor effort by the crew to operate. The cargo and p
munication 850 nm band is an attractive choice for the physical layer and has been used for the vast majority of the optical local area netwo
l Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project will develop and demonstrate a thermal ground plane (TGP) technology with improve
Dynamics, Inc. (ADI) has developed the MAGIC(TM) (Multiple Adaptive Generalized Interference Cancellation) Filter, a revolutionary interfe
rganic sensors of surface combatants may be enhanced through the use of off-board sonobuoy receiver felds to extend both range and ac
ics proposes to develop low-cost/high performance module technology for application in next generation TR modules. A near-hermetic ap
osal addresses an opportunity for the Navy to establish an integrated business and technical strategy to provide an Open Systems active ar
utions is pleased to submit a recently developed nanotechnology based coating to protect the undersea tow cable from corrosion issues id
develops technologies to automate the creation of Electronic Warfare (EW) emitter libraries to correctly identify threat (and other) signals
dapt, tailor and apply novel material classifcation/identifcation algorithms, developed for the US Navy torpedo program, to Mine Counter
tethered VTOL system capable of carrying and maintaining the required communications relay components to at least 500 feet AGL for up
400 Hz power systems onboard US Naval ships use centralized and redundant frequency conversion, whereby 400 Hz power is generated i
t utilizes a new Launch and Recovery (L and R) System called Soft Rail. Soft Rail signifcantly eliminates the surface motion by deploying a u
e primary lubrication system in the power transmission system can result in an immediate or rapid failure of the drive system of military air
s PEO Ground Systems requirements for a low-cost system that can determine and display convoy vehicle spacing in low visibility condition
nd Unattended Sensors can gain a signifcant advantage from advances in camera technology and automated image processing techniques
Combustion, Inc. (PCI) will develop a compact, flexible and efficient Battle Fuel Conditioner (BFC) add-on module that will enable a full ran
, which includes a current supplier of protective eyewear for the US military, proposes to develop an energy harvesting technology for self-
he current and future needs of the Army, improved power systems are needed for missiles, sensors, communication systems, night-vision d
ogram Vadum will develop a radar system capable of linear and nonlinear detection schemes for electronics detection (E-Det) and a linear F
evelop and evaluate algorithms for a system, Veriflow, which can automatically reason about security and correctness of computer networ
assive screech liner damping design concept to damp out low and high order screech modes simultaneously in legacy, pipeline, and advanc
lity predictions of the radar cross sections of ships at sea at X-band and above are complicated by the presence of interactions between the
ize the strike effectiveness of multiple disparate manned and unmanned platorms"while minimizing the potential damage to the str
osal is to develop Team Oriented Programming for Dynamic Automated Target (TOPDAT) Area Threat and Route Optimization. TOPDAT will
will develop a low SWaP DREX system approach that will include a wideband, multichannel frequency conversion capability. Requirements
proposes a physical shield to protect spherical bearings from the abrasive particulate. Since many rotorcraft rod-ends are installed in expos
th is a US based manufacturer of high power high efficiency polarization insensitive diffraction grating using unique, cost-efficient and high
t of this proposal is to design, and later fabricate, a non-polarizing diffractive beam combining device which meets the stringent requireme
beam combination (SBC) of fber lasers is the most practical approach to DEW-class HELs using diode-pumped fber lasers. Use of conventio
Visionics proposes a solution to decouple rendering channels from simulators and displays by developing a novel architecture consisting o
is described that minimizes the logistical footprint and administrative overhead of multi-unit training centers. This system builds on the du
itary and commercial applications have turned to power electronics to run a variety of systems efficiently, quietly, cheaply, and precisely. Th
Corporation proposes to develop a single tough thermoplastic polymer coating material and system solution for aluminum and composite b
of the proposal is to develop and demonstrate a novel thermal management system with superior heat transfer performance for the high h
es are a vital technology for moving equipment, ammunition, and other supplies to the battlefeld. Cargo parachutes are used to drop milita
Research and Engineering proposes to develop a stand-alone blast detection and seat safety deployment system. Proposed sensor system
natures of small boats and ships are inherently complex due to their myriad topside features: railings, antennas, masts, ladders, armament
t will develop a software tool with the ability for near real-time threat and target area routing and de-confliction capability. Through the us
Photonics proposes to develop a novel wireless communications system based on free-space-optical (FSO) technology that can provide air
military systems contain numerous avionics and electronic systems that must perform to very high standards in hostile environments in the
n tools that exist today for prediction of cosite interference in complex RF environments are able to accurately model complex platorms bu
M is proposing to employ multi-core CPU and GPU acceleration for orders of magnitude increase in computation speed in predicting Co-site
oses to develop a Compact Optical Inertial Reference Unit (COIRU) to address the requirements of the Optical Inertial Reference Unit (OIRU
osal addresses the opportunity to develop an optimized power and data bus for aircraft rotor loads monitoring by offering an innovative so
ar in spherical bearings used in fxed wing and rotor craft can be signifcantly accelerated by liquid and solid contamination. Contamination
nc. proposes to develop an acoustic modeling and simulation system that will enable thorough and comprehensive testing of Navy sonar sy
ting heat pipe (OHP) embedded substrate made from low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) material(s) will be designed, simulated, op
tems are easily subjected to unintentional or intentional interference that might disrupt normal communication. This program focuses on d
tems Corporation proposes to use our Coherent Multi-static Acoustic Processing (CMAP) software to process the received acoustic sonobu
ctive of this Phase I SBIR program is to develop and qualify a next-generation HybridSil anticorrosion coating that provides robust, long-term
c warfare (EW) systems classify emitters by matching the signals detected against reference signatures in a tactical EW library. Since emitter
ical differences between tactical sensors result in a wide range of accuracy, completeness, and correctness of features used for object class
mbat Systems have evolved into complex systems, based on networked collections of heterogeneous software from different vendors. As a
oach toward the successful completion of the task is to design a best of breed software management architecture that addresses innovativ
mLift Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is an alternate and novel approach to providing long range, over
esearch LLC in an exclusive partnership with Carolina Unmanned Systems (CUV) and Unmanned Systems International Corporation (UnSysC
ps currently operate independent 60 Hz and 400 Hz power systems, resulting in unnecessary redundancy and high ship costs. A better appr
ve the at sea recovery of the Remote Multi-Mission Vehicle (RMMV), the Advanced Optical Systems (AOS) has teamed with Maritime Applie
s the Navy's needs for a multi-band, pulsed, high average power transmitter for IRCM applications, Bridger Photonics, Inc., in collab
e situational awareness in cluttered and littoral environments with a passive sensor network requires a cost effective system capable of a h
y tactical and strategic forces need a real-time, autonomous classifcation capability to realize the full potential of fxed acoustic surveillance
proposes to develop a Mission Planning-Evaluation Tool (MP-ET) to support submarine Commanding Officers"risk and operational as
es conduct operational missions in a complex environment , as in any military operation, risk is inherent in the execution of these missions
osed effort develops and evaluates features exploiting the swim bladder resonance observed in broadband echoes from fsh for automatic
esearch in Acoustics LLC will formulate and develop new concepts and algorithms for data-driven clutter-adaptive waveform-synthesis and
esearch Laboratory, Inc. (SRL) will develop a prototype Extinction Imager (EI) suitable for shipboard installation based on the research of Ja
n of a ship-borne Laser Weapons System (LWS) requires new capability to dynamically characterize the maritime atmosphere to predict lase
nologies is teaming with the Colorado School of Mines, Raytheon and Q-Peak to propose the development of a novel Maritime Atmospher
ting the high Doppler rate of torpedoes, low-latency, high-reliability, and high-mobility torpedo detection, classifcation and localization (DL
IR project Wagner Associates will develop innovative: (1) hull array passive signal processing (providing more accurate bearing, narrowband
s are a lethal threat to surface ships, and the ability to detect them remains a ship-safety priority. Current torpedo-detection algorithms ar
nvironments (VEs) provide a cost-effective alternative to train students to perform tasks that would otherwise put lives and platorms at risk
Integrator Ship Handling Assessment Management System (DI-SAMS) will gather and integrate data from the multiple automated sub-syste
es faced today by the U.S. Navy"s ASW forces are due to the increasing number of diesel-electric submarines operated by some natio
ancements to mobile computers including smaller sensors, displays and powerful processors have made them much more attractive for the
here is an approach to modify the fuel supply line to existing commercial appliances to allow them to operate on JP-8 fuel, using a JP-8 blu
eration airborne Navy Radar and Communication Systems will continue to rely on and evolve Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) sys
ram creates a fber optic bi-directional repeater for mil-aerospace applications. This repeater boosts the optical signal to overcome link loss
ng the Navy"s need to develop an accurate underwater tracking tool for Horizontal Directional Drilling systems, Physical Optics Corpo
ric based hull protection system will be developed. The development will take three approaches. In the frst approach, plates of Aluminum
for wire that is able to be heated up to high temperatures span a very large and diverse number applications and felds of use from everda
evelop and demonstrate the key elements in a novel alternative method of fabrication of the heaters for dispenser types cathodes. The cur
nvestigate variables to optimize the wire drawing process of Tungsten 3% Rhenium wire and study the validation of that wire using eddy cu
identifcation of ships from periscope and other imagery is a capability important to a variety of submarine missions, including sea control
robust automated video analysis techniques for extracting, measuring, classifying, and identifying objects-of-interest, 3D object models ha
will design the Expendable Real Time Conductivity, Temperature and Depth Sensor (ExCTD) using our proven approach of incorporating Com
p concepts for affordable flexhoses that meet the Navy military specifcation requirements for MIL-H-24135B and that last the average life
to isolate mechanical shock and vibrations between shipboard machinery and the ship hull requires the use of flexible hose assemblies (FH
gital Solutions, LLC (Sedna) has experience in the real world behavior of sensor technology as used in current NAVY combat systems. Sedna
ase I SBIR, we will perform system-level engineering to evaluate integrating Harris Corporation's RT-1944/U with Fidelity Comtech&#
course of this small business innovative research (SBIR) phase 1 (Ph1) program Metamagnetics proposes the development of next generati
nd Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Sensors (LM MS2) are together proposing a new advanced integrated topology converter architec
8 Heavyweight Torpedo broadband sonar system performance is limited by the current power supplies used to power to the electronics in
quot;s approach is to develop an optically transparent radar absorbing material with super-hydrophobic characteristics comprised of a set
marines utilize a large number of undersea electrical connections to systems located outside the pressure hull (sonar, radar, communicatio
earch Institute Austin (TRI/Austin) frst developed non-conductive coatings (NCC) for marine connector applications in the mid 1990&quot
ose of this project is to demonstrate the effectiveness of using Acree Technologies"Energetic Deposition Processes (EDP) for the deve
cable strands used to tow the AQS-20A from the RMMV are made from Nitronic 50, an austenitic stainless steel that, under normal circums
tical software, such as the AN/SQQ89A (V)15 surface ASW environment, requires hundreds of interacting software components deployed a
d launch and recovery of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) is a challenging engineering problem requiring careful design and integration o
compelling need for scaling the output of mid-wavelength infrared (MWIR) and long-wavelength infrared (LWIR) lasers to much higher po
ly, operation of the mid-frequency active sonar in littoral regions has presented sonar operators with challenges due to the complex nature
ed States Navy currently uses klystron-based and high power modulator tube Radar Transmitters that are increasingly more expensive to ow
s the Navy need for a high peak- and average-power solid-state amplifer to replace existing Klystron tube amplifers in surface Navy radar,
d Technologies, Inc. (DTI) proposes to design and build an advanced, pulsed solid-state transmitter capable of replacing legacy klystron amp
as developed a detector-tracker for Mid Frequency Active (MFA). This detector-tracker computes likelihood functions and likelihood ratio s
e I project will develop an innovative signal processing and information processing concept for improved detection in acoustically noisy litto
has identifed the need for an improved and reduced cost Emergency Buoy Transmission System for the Ohio Class Submarine Replacemen
s Ltd. proposes employing a novel circuit topology to create a state-of-the-art replacement for the emergency buoy HF transmitter. Using le
ock 2 will utilize a fast-scanning ES receiver to rapidly acquire pulse data in the wideband threat spectrum. Depending on the scanning para
develops clustering and de-interleaving algorithms to process non-contiguous clusters of pulses, collected from acquisition scanning receiv
search effort, Vadum will evaluate multiple classifcation techniques to mitigate the effects of corrupted measurements from the new scann
ght Sciences and the Lockheed Martin Sippican propose to develop a new propulsion system to increase the top speed of an EMATT (Expe
t resources are required to increase the sprint speed capabilities of miniature AUVs which are subject to severe weight and volume constra
ctive for Phase I of this effort is to develop a design for an advanced mission payload handling system that provides the combined functiona
team proposes an Advanced Payload Handling System (APHS) capable of semi-autonomous and/or wireless remotely controlled, omni-dire
poses a mobile, advanced, agile, adaptable handling (A3-Hand) system for shipboard mission payload handling. On the LCS seaframes, A3-H
rt to improve the current approach for periscope surveillance detection, the Navy is developing a new panoramic mast video sensor. Utilizi
rials has developed a silicon nitride radome material called reduced density injection moldable pressureless sintered silicon nitride based o
onal dielectric materials for radomes and windows for supersonic/hypersonic tactical missiles exhibit a number of performance limitations
d missile radomes require robust high temperature materials for high speed flight. Current advanced radome materials are limited by therm
oses to develop a small diameter High Pressure Breathing Apparatus concept design capable of achieving 10,000-psi operating pressures. T
nologies, in collaboration with SCUBAPRO, proposes to develop an ultra-high-pressure SCUBA system capable of supplying Navy divers with
ir flasks utilized by the Navy for SCUBA diving weigh about 40 lbs and are rated for 3,000 psi internal pressure, providing 30 minutes to an h
proposes developing a practical, very-wide-bandwidth electrical characterization technique based on advanced photonic signal processing
e major challenges currently facing the US defense forces is the requirement to meet the electricity demands of individual soldiers in a hig
olloids proposes the utilization of its proprietary nanotechnology in order to insure continued operation of powertrain transmissions utilize
s the Armys need for health monitoring of rotorcraft generator control units (GCUs) and main power relays, Physical Optics Corporation (PO
ments in dynamic address assignment protocol (DHCP) are sought for US armed forces to accommodate inclusion of Unit Reference Numbe
g complex net shape, narrow, long, and curved lubrication channels within the body of an investment cast article using controlled solidifca
e I project will demonstrate how control of fuel and/or air distribution can be used to mitigate combustion oscillations. The project will be
on stability is critical to the performance of augmented military jet engines. Instabilities such as screech can result in reduced augmentor p
onics proposes to develop a low weight, high-speed structural health monitoring system capable of measuring load, vibration, and acoustic
ed hearing loss is a growing issue within active and retired military personnel. Ear protection is critical to prevent such injury, but personnel
s the Navy"s need for a miniature wireless earplug-integrated sensor, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new W
ctive of the proposed program is to develop a highly miniaturized wireless pressure sensor for integration with commercial off-the-shelf (CO
e materials, widely used in aircraft, reduce manufacturing cost, improve structural performance, and boost fuel efficiency. However, compo
oposal, AlphaSense, Inc. details the development of a novel, low cost and handheld microwave sensor for the detection and evaluation of i
ase I SBIR project, we propose to demonstrate the feasibility of a Time-Domain Terahertz (TD-THz or THz) system for rapid determination o
avy seeks to simplify loading, unloading and reconfguring (between cargo & passenger missions) the C-2A aircraft with a view to redu
oses to implement a cargo and passenger handling system for the C-2A(R) consisting of foldable seats and a cargo roller system that will im
needs an optical repeater based upon the NGCON (MIL-PRF-64266) because the optical power loss budget on military aircraft is demandin
oposed Phase I Project, Powdermet will develop a low cost solution to contamination issues currently involved in spherical plain airframe b
ing modes will be modeled with all the spring elements in a non-CF induced feld in order to analytically determine normal forces applied.
of radar signature of sea targets in dynamic sea states is a critically important problem in developing methods of detection and identifcati
raft operate from and in these highly dynamic environments with many people performing various tasks, such as ordnance loading, hot fue
ent operations on the flight line or on the deck of an aircraft carrier require effective communications between members of the crew and b
dvancements in high speed signal processing technology offer the possibility for signifcant efficiency of Electronic Attack (EA) Digital RF Me
ed Air Vehicles (UAV) such as Fire Scout could increase its utility to the fleet by operating as a node in an airborne star network. Such a syste
osal is focused on the development of very wide bandwidth, high efficiency power amplifers for next generation EW, radar and wireless co
ogram, Freedom Photonics proposes to implement a Miniature, Efficient, Low-power, Photonic Integrated Circuit Based Subsea Long Haul O
d Ross Group will develop an innovative, miniaturized low-cost undersea transponder for data transmission over long haul underwater cabl
ng binary static analyzer, STARS (STatic Analyzer for Reliability and Security) will be enhanced to perform compiler optimizations that are mo
C has an immediate need for a framework and infrastructure with which state-of-the-art AI technologies can be integrated to replace simpl
oint Technologies Inc. proposes to develop an electric drive system for a Bell 206 helicopter tail rotor. The Navy variant of this helicopter is t
operational supremacy is foundational to continued U.S. security. This supremacy is partly rendered through clandestine operations. Thou
ect will develop and demonstrate a high-temperature ceramic-coated tungsten nosetip for hypervelocity projectiles. The ceramic coating w
ary objective of this SBIR effort is to design, develop, and validate a Portable Automated Sensor Suite (PASS) Motion-induced User Symptom
will develop and demonstrate a game-based adaptive training system for AN/BLQ-10 ESM operators that extends the approach developed
verage our extensive experience and unique capabilities in MMW photonics to design a compact, lightweight, frequency-agile MMW sourc
onstration of polymer membrane deformable mirrors capable of receiving a high-reflectivity coating and handling high energy laser radiatio
osal is to develop new Operator Selection Tools for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). Our goal is to enhance the effectiveness of UAS opera
ed Aerial System (UAS) operation represents a stressful, cognitively challenging domain where operators are routinely subjected to both occ
T: Real world uncertainties all but guarantee that execution will deviate from even carefully considered plans, and therefore any effective m
T: It is widely recognized that near surface residual stresses play a signifcant role in fatigue performance. Tensile residual stresses are of co
T: This Small Business Innovative Research Phase II project will develop and manufacture an active anti-ice system for use on remotely pilo
T: SA Photonics is pleased to propose the EagleEye missile warning system for aircraft situational awareness. SA Photonics will team with
T: In this effort, we will develop a passive taggant device for laser-designated Identifcation of Friend or Foe. The end result of the program
T: A major challenge and expense of developing electromagnetic sensors is the custom hardware required to generate and receive electro
T: Linearizer Technology-GOV with L-3 Communications EDD proposes to produce a 100W power amplifer covering the 81 to 86 GHz band
T: We propose to design fabricate and test a novel overmoded V-Band (71-76 GHz) Traveling Wave Tube (TWT) for eventual use in a Microw
T: Electromechanical Actuation (EMA) systems are becoming preferred choice in aircraft applications owing to their response time, power
e complex wave propagation and vibration involved in dynamic loading, commonly used sensors, such as electrical resistance strain gauge
seeks to design, develop, and validate a Communication and Operational Multi-Modal Automated Navigation Device (COMMAND) that 1)
essful Phase I effort demonstrated the feasibility of an innovative Heatsink solution to passively dissipate waste thermal loads for the Solid-
ciences Inc. proposes to develop and demonstrate a scale-up process for desensitizing prilled ADN oxidizer for use in composite solid prop
ystalline fber lasers can have a 9 times higher power limit (16.9 kW vs 1.89 kW) for narrowband lasers than a Yb-silica fber laser due to th
esearch, LLC, proposes to develop the Modeling And Perception for HAndheld Computers (MAPHAC) system, which consists of real-time 3D
echnology for weapon azimuth measurements during training exercises is limited by excessive weight, size, cost, power consumption, limite
tems, teamed with a major US manufacturer of optical glass and night vision components, will further develop an innovative manufacturin
se to the Army need, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to mature, in Phase II, the new methodology for Mitigation of Intermodu
ect develops a person portable, propane-fed, solid acid electrolyte fuel cell (SAFC) generator as a lightweight power source for dismounted
ctive of the proposed work is to demonstrate that V Squared Winds proprietary modular, ducted wind turbine technology meets or exceeds
fessionals are involved with the creation of a Live Virtual Constructive & Game (LVC & G) environments and scenarios, from simu
hase I, Xtalic demonstrated the production of a new family of lightweight, high strength, good ductility alloys on a bulk scale; these alloys ex
ontinue developing a plasmonic metamaterial with strong absorption within a narrow band that is dynamically tunable over the 8-10 micro
olometers are broadband detectors and tend to absorb broad IR spectrum for thermal imaging. A key issue with these systems is the lack o
s issues of sub-optimal performance of current X-ray CT scanners used by the frst re-sponding providers to expedite diagnosis and triage, w
ctive of this proposal is to produce an instrument to automatically measure the corneal and scleral surface to facilitate the manufacture of
le Defense Agency is seeking debris ejection data during the post burn-out period of a solid rocket motor in an exoatmospheric environme
ics is proposing for this Navy SBIR number N131-059 to develop the key elements to enable broadband sources (1110 GHz) toward future
ration and subcontractor Montana State University offer their wideband photonic technologies for signal generation and sensing and a wor
o develop Artifcial Intelligence (AI) software that is generalized across entity-level simulation systems and can be used to generate behavio
opic description, naval airborne sensor systems are utilizing or are planning to utilize varying degrees of automation in the prosecution of th
roposes the development of a multiple spectral band laser head that is based on a vertically stacked array of single emitter laser diodes. A
T: In our phase-1 effort we proved feasible our Anti-Hebbian and Hebbian (AHaH) sparse-spiking framework for sense making applications
T: Recent technical demonstrations in hostile fre sensing and classifcation have highlighted the use of costly cryogenically-cooled electro-
nd burn injuries are leading causes of military casualties and need more effective treatments. They are frequently associated with a severe
ments in body armor, availability of equipment, and decreased patient transport times have dramatically improved Soldiers survival of comb
g basis health needs in HA/DR and STTR operations is of critical importance due to the increased risk of disease and health crises stemmin
f the Phased Adaptive Approach (PAA) for BMD interceptors PAA will include the deployment in 2021 of a land based Aegis missile to prov
le Defense Agency has adopted a Phased Adaptive Approach (PAA) to build up the BMDS system by incorporating existing and newly devel
oses to research the development of methods, process and algorithms to decipher the hidden rules or logic of complex traffic patterns&qu
performance of prospective energy-delivering laser systems requires a beaconless adaptive optic method capable of correcting moderate t
optics are needed for high-energy laser (HEL) weapon systems when performance is limited by atmospheric turbulence. This typically requ
to motion degrades operational effectiveness across the Navy, with results ranging from simple motion-induced interruptions (MIIs) to mo
t;Adaptive Gaming Environment - Submarines"(AGE- S) integrates and synchronizes simulated EW data with OBT/SMMTT data to sup
s the Navy need for a compact off-board passive target discriminator using networked sonobuoys, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) propo
m concept is based on a number of ultra-low power"remote nodes"that contain: (1) a battery section; (2) a sensor section (3) a
T: Technical Directions Inc. (TDI) has developed a family of low cost propulsion systems for small air vehicles that will provide all necessary
T: The proposed effort for the Modular Advanced Cryocooler Electronics (MACE) is to increase the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of the
T: Solid State Scientifc Corporation (SSSC) is pleased to propose the development and demonstration of a wide area (WA) multi-threat hos
T: Powder-bed based additive manufacturing (AM) technologies typically involve rapid solidifcation after a laser or electron beam melts a
uses Unattended Ground Sensors (UGS) for the location and tracking of enemy soldiers and vehicles. The sensors can often determine ran
er will design, build and test a high performance 3kW alternator using Parallel Path Magnetic Technology (PPMT) with no at risk rare earth m
d-hoc networks (MANETs) exhibit time varying topology due to mobility and absence of a fxed infrastructure. As a result, the wireless links
enteric pathogens causing travelers diarrhea (TD) in developing countries include enterotoxigenic E. coli (50%), Camplyobacter jejuni, Shige
rmy faces a signifcant burden when authoring training content to meet the rapidly changing nature of potential threats and adversaries. Cu
ctive for this SBIR is to develop a PMESII-PT workbench i.e., a tool that will enable Civil Affairs staff to gather, organize, and maintain knowle
has been raised over the prevalence of behavioral health disorders in military personnel returning from deployment to the Middle East. W
affects approximately 1.9 million people in the United States. It is well established that lower-limb amputees show greater metabolic dema
f the Missile Defense Agency"s Phased Adaptive Approach will include the deployment in 2021 of a land based Aegis missile to prov
Combustion, Inc. (PCI) is proposing an integrated steam reformer and solid oxide fuel cell design capable of very high efficiency and robust
n intense search for new nonlinear optical (NLO) materials suitable to wider wavelength ranges, to greater optical intensities and higher ou
Nitride (GaN) crystals have recently garnered attention as a candidate for use as a Quasi-Phase Matching (QPM) material for frequency conv
is developing weapon systems capable of launching inert projectiles for long-range surface fre support and missile intercept applications.
he-art manufacturing cost for SiC matrix composites CMC components is still very high due to long lead times despite of many research eff
vy Phase I SBIR Program, MATECH proposes to leverage its lengthy experience in ceramic matrix composite (CMC) fabrication with recent a
arrier deck operations require a high degree of coordination to maximize efficiency and safety. The current operational paradigms have evo
ed and partially autonomous aerial systems (UAS) and intelligent decision support systems have become integral components of emerging l
has pioneered the use of photonics for generation of spectrally pure RF signals. The micro Opto-Electronic Oscillator (MOEO) provides the
onal generation of a high-quality RF carrier (signal) beyond 50GHz requires high precision cavity engineering that inherently restricts contig
T: Avolare2 proposes to establish a 90nm metal source/drain"Schottky"CMOS process at Cypress Semiconductor"s high
T: In Phase I, PaneraTech demonstrated feasibility of a Foldable Lightweight Parabolic Antenna (FLPA) that had the minimum required beam
T: This proposal"s objective is for Silicon Space Technology (SST) to develop a high-performance radiation-hardened design platorm
T: This Phase II SBIR will focus on the development of a high temperature (225°C) wirelessly powered, distributed wireless network for use
T: This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project will develop novel nonlinear fltering and joint decision and estimation method
T: The DF & NN team proposes to provide automated space weather (SpWx) attribution tools to characterize abnormal events detect
T: Phase II will leverage the success of Phase I, as well as integrate advances from internal programs, to scale up development of mid-band
T: SURVICE Engineering is proposing to continue development of the fully autonomous, large-volume, hybrid optical hardware and softwar
T: To provide longer operating time and reduced weight power supplies for military platorms including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) a
T: Qunav proposes the development of GPS/INS/FeaTure-based SAR (GIFTS) navigation architecture in order to enable accurate navigation
T: A compact night vision imaging technology will be developed that responds in the visible through the short-wavelength infrared (SWIR)
T: Crossfeld Technology proposes the development of a high-performance Solid State Disk (SSD) for on-board sensor data storage along w
T: Human planners face signifcant challenges in attempting to coordinate and synchronize operations across the unique complexities of th
T: The internet has become an important part of the world"s communication networks. It has also become a resource for terrorists
T: Warfghters need to be able to trust the systems on which their lives depend. Cases include an individual human trusting an individual c
T: Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to advance the development of the Autonomous Lost on Earth Navigation (ALOEN) technolo
T: Composite materials are becoming more prevalent on military aircraft such as the F-22, F/A-18E/F/G, and the F-35 Lightning Joint Strike
ase I, we have designed and developed a limited-scope Mobile Agent-based Distributed Search and Analytics Tool (MADSAT) to support the
methods to discern the differentiation state of stem cells are time-consuming, labor-intensive, costly, invasive, and consequently, ill-suited fo
oyment psychological health issues such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, and comorbid stress and anger manage
nnitus became the most common service-related disability among veterans, with disability beneft costs projected to exceed $2.26 billion b
pe Computer Aided Design (CAD) software will be developed for predicting Radar Cross-section (RCS) of various targets of interest to MDA
T: This proposal outlines a scalable, low-cost procedure for fabrication of hierarchical hybrid nanomaterials that produce ultra-high pressur
T: A new differential spectroscopic technique is proposed to detect VOCs for environmental monitoring and remdiation at Edwards AFB. T
T: Mayflower proposes to develop and demonstrate next generation MANET technology namely, the Autonomous Cognitive Topology Man
T: In this Phase II effort Silvus Technologies proposes to develop and feld test fully digital beamforming techniques on a 16 antenna array i
T: The signifcance of the 71-76 and 81-86GHz frequencies cannot be overstated. The 10 GHz of spectrum available represents by far the m
T: The Air Force has identifed a need for efficient, lightweight, millimeter-wave transmitter development that supports future generations
T: The Air Force needs a Remotely Operated Sensor, Beacon, and Navigation Aid system that can be dropped to a very precise location and
T: Conductive Composites has developed lightweight materials that provide high levels of conductivity and electromagnetic (EM) shielding
T: Aircraft engine and structural components are being produced from forgings with increasingly complex geometries in a range of aerospa
T: The overall objective of the proposed SBIR program is to rapidly advance and optimize the manufacturing of dual-use carbon fber/polyi
T: We have investigated different strategies for removing the surface porosity from out-of-autoclave (OOA) composites. It was found that
T: This proposal presents two novel approaches for characterizing manufacturing induced damage in fbrous composites. New developmen
T: Scientic, Inc. will team with Vanderbilt University to produce innovative new vacuum feld emission (VFE) devices developed from Vande
T: In this proposal we describe a highly flexible, ultra low-lower power GNSS receiver. By building the receiver from the ground up with flex
T: Nu-Trek will be designing a reliability assessment system for testing RF devices, systems , and subsystems. The reliability system features
T: High Energy X-ray computed tomography (CT) is used to inspect the integrity of solid rocket motors. The purpose of this proposal is to im
oposes to develop bio-inspired wind and lift sensing, and to test implementations that would enable mid-term integration on current and p
Missile Systems Gen 4B W-band submodule for its Solid State Active Denial Technology system currently uses liquid coolant, specifcally a
nt the Graphical User Interface Test Assess and Remediate (GUITAR) framework to integrate disparate tools and manual non-computer bas
es, and dengue viruses in particular, are signifcant human pathogens. No vaccine or specifc therapeutic agent is available against West Ni
footwear science has made considerable progress in the last decade, a performance gap continues to exist between standard issue militar
of Toyon and HDT Global propose to develop technologies to enable achieving Collection Protection of the scale of a city block. In Phase I,
hysics Company (OPC) has developed a turbulence-compensated USPL system which can propagate and control USPL pulses in tactically rel
adio frequency (RF) communication systems require more efficient and flexible use of wider bandwidths at higher carrier frequencies, whic
xpeditionary Units (MEUs) are often frst responders, addressing crises such as natural disasters and regional instability. To adequately resp
need in a crisis situation, whether it is a natural or unnatural disaster, political or social unrest, or some combination, is relevant, timely an
c electronics have the potential to revolutionize digital communications from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), but must operate at cryoge
e fundamental implementation challenges for 4K cryocoolers to support superconducting electronics (SCE) is the size of the cooler. For pla
avy uses manned and unmanned airborne platorms for ISR missions in challenging littoral environments with non-segregated airspace, res
nic links provide an attractive approach to minimizing the impact of an electromagnetic attack on defense and commercial communication
ctive is to develop a wideband, high-sensitivity, high RF power handling optical modulator suitable for use in low-noise microwave photonic
l Business Innovation Research Phase I project will develop an electro-optic modulator that can withstand electromagnetic attacks (EMAs)
rics proposes to utilize the unique properties of bio-fuel to deliver an integral reformer system that will directly utilize the thermal and elec
one Research Group Inc.'s (CRG) demonstrated expertise in the proposed technology presents the Navy with the opportunity to obta
avy has a requirement for a disposable sensor pod to autonomously assess signature levels for in-situ tactical awareness that can be deploy
personic sea-level launch systems require high-density nosetips that can handle extreme heat loads in highly oxidizing conditions, survive&
is developing high speed projectiles for a variety of missions including ship defense, surface fre support, and prompt global strike. Inertial
ent armor usually ranks among the heaviest of all materials on tactical vehicles per size and weighs signifcantly more than opaque armor a
objective of this work is to develop and commercialize light-weight transparent composites with high tensile strength, toughness and impa
osal offers the demonstration of an advanced lightweight transparent armor that combines fused silica glass, GeminiTM spaced armor tech
proposes to develop a compact and efficient multi-spectral laser system with four spectral bands at 532 nm, 685 nm, 700 nm, and 735 nm
SBIR topic solicits the development of a 4-color laser system that enables the detection of ocean mines on the beach and floating/submer
al selection and training practices are essential initial selection tools that show some general levels of predictive validity overall. However, c
compelling need for multi-spectral direct diode lasers for defense and commercial applications. Applications include target illumination an
T: 21CT proposes the Classifcation Labeling of Aggregated Data (CLAD) Phase 2 effort. CLAD supports a"need-to-share"paradig
T: Laser-based directed energy systems are often identifed as being game-changing technologies in advancing the mission of the Air Force
T: A chip carrier for high power density electronics made from low CTE materials and embedded with an oscillating heat pipe will be applie
T: The proposed technique employs a variety of sensors that combine data to form a comprehensive picture of a situation of interest. The
T: The mission of the U.S. Air Force Infrared Space Systems Directorate is to develop, acquire, and sustain space-based infrared surveillance
T: At the Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (NGAS) El Segundo composites manufacturing facility, large pallets containing as many as
T: In order to provide modular, scalable, and flexible operational capabilities for future Joint Aerial Layer Networks, FIRST RF proposes deve
T: The sufficiency of the half-wave solid designs, thin skin A-sandwich designs, and C-sandwich designs fails at V/W band, where the wave
Technologies Group Inc. is proposing this Phase II SBIR development effort to address the data bandwidth bottleneck that currently exists
rs at high latitude observe signifcant perturbations in measurements of amplitude, phase, range, and Doppler, caused by ionospheric distu
ose a gravitational-radiation military communications system which is based on quantum-mechanical parametric amplifers, oscillators, and
, Northeastern University and BBN are proposing a standards-based solution to seamless insertion of new RF devices and capabilities into m
tifc/technical objective is to develop a language that will allow for seamless insertion of new RF devices and capabilities into EW/ISR netw
gain combustion has the potential to signifcantly improve the specifc fuel consumption for gas turbine engines by realizing a pressure rise
gain combustion (PGC) offers means to a more efficient energy use in propulsion and power generation devices. Integrating PGC concepts i
/University of Colorado - Boulder team is proposing to use Boulder"s modeling capabilities to model the unsteadiness of the pulse ge
ose a combined modeling and experimental program to analyze and optimize a turbine behind a pulse detonation combustor/engine (PDC/
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ctive of this proposal is to demonstrate a new method that will make possible the treatment of large-scale problems with current computati
Phase I project aims to design, implement, and demonstrate a rigorous, practical, fast, and re-usable anisotropic mesh adaptation softwar
advancements in CFD technology and high performance computing have proven to be effective and reasonably accurate in assessing the h
tmospheric diving suits and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) have end effectors with simply 1 DOF. This rudimentary manipulation result
e materials are widely used in aircraft to reduce weight and cost, improve structural performance, and boost fuel efficiency. However, com
arch work aims to demonstrate the feasibility of applying a novel Acoustography technique for the semi-quantitative evaluation of bond sh
Y solicits new non-destructive inspection (NDI) methods to address detection and evaluation of kissing bonds and bondline integrity in aero
nature phenomenology plays an increasingly important role in the development of a wide variety of missile defense technologies, both at
ormance infrared detectors in the LWIR regime are highly needed in a number of missile defense missions. In order to image targets from l
we have developed an integrated software and hardware solution to identify personnel who have a natural aptitude for a cognitive skill. T
osal specifcally addresses the stated requirements of the solicitation; we will develop and deploy tools, for improving optimistic modeling
the successful Phase I results, The major objectives of the Phase II SBIR effort will be focused on further continuation and development of
ose further developing very large LED arrays for IRSP applications. Our Phase I effort has demonstrated the feasibility of LED arrays of up to
advancement of aerial imaging sensors, high quality data equipped with partial sensor calibration models is available. There is a recent res
d imagery analysts employ computer-based software as Electronic Light Tables (ELTs), to perform detailed analysis of aerial images in search
analysts face a number of challenges that complicate their ability to gain contextual awareness, particularly when exploiting multiple forms
y stable machine gun barrels that exceed current barrel life, reduce dispersion, and allow higher or longer sustained rates of fre, require er
T: This Phase-I research effort is designed to forward the engineering investigation of the dynamics and control of turbulent combustion in
atical models of physical and biological systems contain parameters that need to be estimated from measured data. Models with paramete
onitoring of mental health status has not evolved much from the routine meeting between patient and clinician, which suffers from a lack
mately 5-6% of military injuries involve some form of major peripheral nerve injury with little chance of spontaneous healing. Currently thes
emonstrated the feasibility of fMRI in awake dogs, we are now ready to move forward with a program aimed at extending this technology t
and Auburn University shall collaborate in the development of prototype procedures for conducting cognitive neuroscience studies employ
avigation systems (INS) are a critical asset to the DoD in environments where GPS is either denied or unavailable. At the heart of these syste
he DARPA need for high-performance MEMS-based optomechanical accelerometers, Applied Optronics proposes to develop a Compact Int
many different RF devices used in military networks. It is highly desirable to have scalable networks, where new devices can be readily ins
seeks to develop new, innovative motor/generator technologies that can effectively operate at speeds up to 1,000 kRPM at power densitie
ctive of the work described in this proposal is to aid in the advancement of Mo-Si-B alloys for use in high temperature applications such as h
oSystems, with their academic partners at the Mote Marine Laboratory, proposes to develop probiotic pharmaceuticals from indigenous co
mammals like bottlenose dolphins are maintained by US Navy's Marine Mammal Program to protect harbors and detect underwater
continues to be a weak link in our critical systems. A prudent operator should employ a defense-in-depth strategy whereby"safe&qu
software systems are typically developed by disparate engineering teams working concurrently. At the same time, software requirements a
ment surveys of full-scale ship airwakes are needed to validate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models of these wakes. Airwake compu
ciences Inc. (PSI) and their academic partner, West Virginia University (WVU), are pleased to propose a uniquely innovative approach to m
ous systems acquire massive amounts of sensor and communications data over the course of their potentially lengthy missions. Ideally, suc
Phase I project will demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness of novel biologically-inspired computational memory models for on-boar
ous systems continue to be outitted with larger amounts of sensors that are capable of collecting extremely large amounts of data over th
ciences Inc. (PSI), in collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories, proposes to develop a high energy density (HED) power source based
hotovoltaic (TPV) power systems offer an attractive approach for compact, simple, and reliable energy conversion needed in applications su
hotovoltaic (TPV) energy conversion produces electrical power from heat energy using, in its most basic form, a thermal emitter and a pho
um and other alkaline-earth metals become increasingly attractive for ultracold-atom applications, there is a growing need to develop com
hotonics proposes to develop a compact laser system and integrate it with a cold-atom micro primary standard developed under the DARP
ose to develop a universal atomic magnetometer magnetometer capable of operation as either a three-axis vector atomic magnetometer o
ers face overwhelmingly complex and uncertain situations in which they must make life-and- death decisions. Today"s information sy
"s mission success increasingly relies on complex decision support systems and automation. Navy command and control systems mu
making is driven by context. Context can be hard to operationalize and harness to the design of decision support systems. Modern military
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all objective of the Phase I and Phase II proposed effort is to design and demonstrate the ability to develop a high-speed shock tolerant com
er sources are important in advanced naval mine detection as this wavelength has good penetration though seawater. Mine detection prog
g situational awareness and accuracy of decisions in complex missions relying on streaming open-source data requires scalable information
of our Intelligence and Intuition for Enhanced Decision Making (I2EDM) Phase 1 research is to provide efficient and timely automated pro
ose to enhance the capability of ASTRAL/ASPM by adding to it a treatment of several physical phenomena. Several methods enabling these
s and equipment are increasingly at risk for irradiation by lasers, whether it be from enemy targeting and ranging systems, designators, or h
s the Navy"s need for a solid state fundamental mode green laser for ocean mine detection, Lumany is proposing a compact, high effi
ect is focused on the development of a new generation of GaN-based transistors with breakdown voltages in excess of 1kV that can be used
osed work will address the core physics underlying acoustic reverberation as related to properties of the ocean environment and propertie
ect will develop a wireless, body-worn neurophysiological monitoring suite. The system comprises of multiple'patches'designe
us physiological monitoring can provide invaluable insight into the status of the person monitored. The right sensors can provide important
s STTR, Imaging Systems Technology (IST) in cooperation with Georgia Institute Technology (GIT) will develop and mature models to predic
human state monitors must be mechanically invisible to greatest degree possible, to maximize comfort, wearability, hygiene and signal qu
arch seeks to develop a method of developing solid-state power amplifers that operate at 300 Volts, achieve 100 Watt output and greater t
eration of laser based weapons systems has led to the need for laser threat sensor systems that operate over wide spectral range from the
ose a solution to the Navy"s laser weapons warning problem. The proposed solution employs a combined approach of extending the
d cobalt-tungsten carbide is a material with attractive properties including high hardness and fracture toughness that has found success in
T: Barron Associates, together with subcontractor Rockwell Collins, propose to develop a new class of design and analysis tool that will sign
T: The proposed research will develop a technique to enable compositional reasoning about complex systems of systems. The core of the a
T: Luna Innovations Incorporated is proposing to develop an extreme environment stress and strain measurement system capable of opera
T: Characterization of the mechanical properties and performance of advanced structural materials at high temperatures is critically impor
r and motor systems with high power density are needed as watercraft, aircraft, and land vehicles evolve toward more electric designs. In r
TR Phase I project, CFD Research Corporation and University of Nebraska at Omaha will develop a preliminary computationally-driven frst-
ve technologies have found a broad range of and growing applications, especially in the area of communications. Many microwave tunable
l Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I effort will demonstrate the feasibility of an innovative tungsten carbide (WC) metal matrix co
T: An experimental and computational effort is proposed to develop a data-driven experimentally-validated framework for analysis of plasti
d ordnance and propulsion systems utillize materials, such as RDX and HMX, that provide good performance but cannot meet todays more
T: Judd Strategic Technologies proposes to design, select, and demonstrate conformal antenna concepts and geometries that will enable ta
T: Most modern military aircraft (F-22, F-35, B-2 and others) have integrated conformal antennas, resulting in signifcant system level bene
T: The expense in operating legacy aircraft is reduced if the aerodynamic performance can be improved. Many of these aircraft were desig
T: Unsteady aerodynamic loading and flow separation on modern high speed aircraft weapons bay doors can excite aircraft structural mod
T: This SBIR program seeks to more accurately evaluate the unsteady aerodynamics on the weapons bay door due to the weapons bay, tra
T: This proposal effort seeks to demonstrate the feasibility of developing and integrating a set of analysis modules into a multidisciplinary a
T: In this effort, Intelligent Automation Inc. (IAI) in collaboration with the Stanford University proposes to develop a novel tool for advanced
itary applications require efficient optical sources producing several to hundred watts in continuous-wave (CW) or quasi-continuous-wave (
ose developing high energy density, non-toxic, environmentally friendly zinc-water battery system, which can be manufactured in various fo
ot;s have become increasingly important tools in the collection of environmental data. Their unique ability to operate independent of surfa
T: Over half of spacecraft system anomalies attributed to interactions with the natural space environment including - electron upsets, dam
ose to build a two-dimensional multi-pixel infrared detector based on rectenna technology. The rectennas comprise of a micro-antenna tun
of this program is to develop and fabricate an ultra-low Size, Weight, and Power (SWAP) integrated electro-optic beam-steering technology
is seeking a new light-weight Atmospheric Diving Suit (ADS) design. This suit must be less than 400 lbs; at this weight a diver will be able to
consisting of Eos Photonics Inc. and MIT Lincoln Laboratories will develop a MWIR laser source based on a high power, continuous wave (C
T: As the need for new airborne RF sensing capability grows, Air Force warfghters are increasingly interested in employing conformal ante
T: Requirements for enhanced cruise efficiency and reduced noise for future Air Force mobility transports can be met using advanced prop
the availability of the high performance rare earth based magnets (Nd-Fe-B and Sm-Co) was jeopardized due to the Chinese monopoly of r
T: The damage and loss caused by attacks and security breaches have drawn attentions to develop secure and reliable systems for embedd
hotonics, Inc. and the University of Arizona have successfully demonstrated a Phase I dynamically programmable multi-band compressive i
e evaluation methods employed in the development and assessment of soldier borne Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) system designs a
uter system suffers a cyber attack, any compromised component that is simply reinstalled will remain vulnerable to the attack that damage
T: This program will address the need for a cost effective way to evaluate unsteady aerodynamic loading on deployed aircraft bay doors so
T: Digital binocular helmet-mounted display (HMD) systems are now available that allow high resolution wide feld-of-view (WFOV) digital
T: 5-D Systems (5-D) has developed a concept for a state-of-the-art Vision Processor for Helmet Systems (VPHS) that will provide signifcan
T: Zebra Imaging"s proposed Holographic Video Display solution will be based on proven research, technology and prototypes to me
T: Great strides have been made regarding the integration of training within Live, Virtual, and Constructive (LVC) environments. Gateways a
T: This Phase I SBIR proposal describes our plan to develop a compact dual-channel V-band and W-band radiometer for measuring total pa
T: The Air Force command and control consists of distributed team members who must effectively collaborate to synchronize collective mi
T: The proposed VPHS (Visual Processor for Helmet Systems) is an advanced technology image processing engine that is designed to provid
T: TIPD, LLC proposes to design and construct a 3D visualization system that would implement a 3D database capable of ingesting, conflatin
T: Currently tactical Head up Displays (HUD) are expensive both in cost of acquisition and Life Cycle Cost. In addition, retroft of a more cap
T: Adastral is proposing an innovative approach to the development of a low cost retrofttable head up display. We have designed a optica
T: In this Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) effort, Aerodyne Research, Inc. (ARI) proposes to develop modeling capabilities
T: Both the DOD and IC have signifcant appetite to leverage Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) mobile devices on both unclassifed and clas
T: Foresight Wireless, LLC, proposes a novel access control system, Proximity/Risk Ontology-based Access Control Technology (PROACT), to
T: Establishing adequate access controls that limit access to information without adversely denying access is critically needed by our warfg
T: Today"s analysts have an exceptional amount of GMTI intelligence readily available to them for servicing Requests for Information
T: The development of exploitation algorithms for detecting and identifying activities from streams of ISR sensor data has outstripped the
T: The overall objective is to enable users on-the-move to reliably and securely send and receive information, targeted for recipients? geog
T: The current lack of a simple, low-cost, and high bandwidth communication system on C2ISR (Command and Control, Intelligence, Survei
T: We propose to develop a secure cloud computing environment for infrared (IR) surveillance data gathered by space-based IR sensors. Th
T: As the size, cost, and power consumption of digital signal processing platorms continue to drop and their performance improves, incorp
T: MaXentric"s proposed Digital Chaotic Waveform Study (DC-WavS) will determine an optimal chaotic spread spectrum waveform fo
T: Welkin Sciences proposes to design and build a Wideband Digital Channelizer for SATCOM (WDCS) to address the Air Force"s need
T: Intelligence analysts have access to expanding collections of rapidly evolving information stores, but not all information is equally credib
T: Information fusion and knowledge conflict detection are required for many mission-critical intelligence analysis tasks. Using knowledge
T: In the current security environment, violent extremist organizations are comprised of global networks of loosely connected cells marked
T: This proposal details a software suite which will be developed for the automated identifcation and semi-automated resolution of conflic
T: Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance sensors deployed by the US Air Force generate enormous amounts of data, much of whic
T: Securboration will develop Cross Domain Dissemination of Assured and Appropriate Intelligence Data (CDD-AAID) to seamlessly support
T: In the modern battlespace, US forces must operate in a coordinated fashion across organizational and functional lines. Despite the incre
T: There is a gap in the battle planning community with respect to blue force situational awareness. Specifcally, military commanders and
T: We propose to develop expressive models and associated machine reasoning capabilities to enable blue force capability management a
T: As networked computing becomes more and more critical to the US government and US corporations, it is crucial to protect them again
T: The objective of this proposal is to identify and quantify trust metrics for all of the resources in a complex network infrastructure, determ
T: We propose to develop an all-optical Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) which achieves high sensitivity to accelerations and rotations in a
T: This proposal seeks to provide a software framework by which a decision maker can participate in complex systems design. It involves bu
T: The goal of the Agile Workstation for a Core Architecture Model for Space (AWCAMS) is to provide better understanding of complex spa
T: While developing any complex system, there are invariably tradeoffs among requirements; system performance, system architecture, co
T: This Air Force SBIR Phase I project will devllopa cryocooler that will reduce mass, volume by over 30%, and increase efficiency (by over 2
T: The Threat Assessment Sensor Suite (TASS) under development by Irvine Sensor Corporation under SBIR sponsorship of AFRL provides a
T: Improvements such as increased array size and better non-uniformity correction have been made to resistive emitter arrays fabricated o
T: This project aims to develop a Short Wave Infrared band image projector to provide real time detector stimulation with high dynamic ra
T: This SBIR Phase I proposal proposes to develop a High Speed SWIR Scene Projector that can operate at 800 Hz with growth potential to
T: Mission planning, briefng, and debriefng in live virtual constructive (LVC) exercises has become a distributed operation. These exercise
T: Team training and performance assessment have been explored for decades. However, modern distributed mission operations, i.e., LVC
T: To address the Air Force need for a wide FOV, lightweight, waveguided helmet-mounted display, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) propo
T: Advancements in waveguide optics technology offer the chance to drastically improve upon currently deployed head mounted displays.
T: To address the Air Force need for developing methods and techniques for optimizing a curved transparent holographic waveguide optica
T: Electromagnetic (EM) devices are used increasingly in society, with applications in communication, medicine, security, and defense, amo
T: The proposed airborne antenna design employs flight-proven broadband MMW planar aperture, polarization, feed, and gimbal technolo
T: CIRRUS is an innovative marriage of cloud computing and state-of-the-art compression methods to satisfy the AF131-047 objective, to&
T: Digital beamforming is a key to maximum bandwidth utilization and flexibility for communication satellites. Adaptive beamforming furth
T: Develop a chaotic spread spectrum waveform suitable for use in future military satellite communications applications providing featurel
T: Space Micro will develop an IF L-band (950-2150 MHz) digital channelizer that provides cost and SWaP advantages over the above impl
T: Recent demand for broadband satellite communications (SATCOM) has risen sharply for both the defense and commercial sectors. Tacti
T: Network traffic is a critical part of evaluating real-time end-to-end network trust. This project will leverage our mature commercial netw
T: Proposed is a miniature sensor for real time measurement of nano-particle number concentration, surface area and size distributions, a
T: To address Air Force"s need for high fdelity training and rehearsal environments in next-generation multirole aircraft, Third Dimen
T: Although next generation, military aircraft offer a wealth of technological capabilities and can adopt multiple roles, pilots are now prese
T: Adapting our next-generation game engine to the complex realm of today"s multi-role fghters, we will create a high-fdelity, easily
T: The capability to routinely collect, assess, format, predict, and track readiness, performance, and profciency data from live aircraft, instr
T: As the use of electromagnetic devices has skyrocketed in modern society, so too have concerns about the effects of these devices on th
T: The ability to fnd and track individuals using volatile organic compound (VOC) signatures would greatly enhance US military capability to
T: Full-spectrum cyber operations, including both Cyber Network Attack and Cyber Network Defense, place enormous cognitive demands o
T: Metronome Software and Raytheon propose the development of Metronome"s CLOud-Access LocK (CLOAK) system. CLOAK provid
T: This proposal addresses the Air Force"s signifcant need for a network-centric product that enables on-the-move warfghters to se
T: The ability of warfghters on-the-move to securely send/receive communications using mobile devices is essential to the safety of the w
T: SI2 Technologies, Inc. (SI2) will design and develop a form and ft upgrade for the existing data link antennas on F-35. By leveraging a nov
T: High speed communication channels and tactical data links are becoming increasingly important for both military and commercial applic
T: AFRL is poised to beneft from unlicensed 5 Ghz uplink and 5 Ghz downlink spectrum at V- and W-bands for SATCOM links for airborne IS
T: As intelligence and sensor systems become more complex, the amount of data being transferred increases. Naturally, this calls for a hig
T: In this SBIR project, Daniel H. Wagner Associates, Inc. will develop a cloud-based infrared (IR) data management capability for the Air Fo
T: Current HMD systems fall short of the desired 20/20 visual acuity due to resolution limitations of the microdisplays utilized. A high-perfo
T: The unique capability of multispectral image fusion to provide high spatial and spectral information in a single image makes it an invalua
T: SIFT will dramatically improve the Air Force's ability to train using synthetic teammates by leveraging prior synthetic teammate re
T: Silvus Technologies Inc. proposes the use of its StreamCaster Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) radios as a Low-Power-Cost-Weigh
T: Trex Enterprises proposes a method for monitoring atmospheric loss of Earth-to-satellite signals in the V and W bands using only a passi
T: Mid-air collisions (MAC) in manned aircrafts primarily occur when one aircraft overtakes another. In the case of remotely piloted aircraft
T: GameSim is proposing the development of a proof-of-concept Tactical Training Rehearsal Environment (TTRE) built upon Prepar3D, a co
T: The team of Toyon Research Corporation and North Carolina State University propose to develop a simulation environment, capable of p
T: The focus of this effort is to develop a standards-based"proximity-based access control"(PBAC) mechanism that goes beyond
T: Reliable transmission and reception of messages to bomber, tanker and reconnaissance wing-command posts requires a high degree of
T: For decades, very low frequency (VLF) links have been an important part of Air Force"s worldwide logistics infrastructure and resp
T: To address the Air Force need for a space-based, low-weight, low-volume MWIR and SWIR, interferometric IR sensor, Physical Optics Cor
T: We propose a novel SWIR/MWIR imaging system targeted for deployment at geosynchronous orbits. The new system is based on interfe
T: To address the AFRL"s need for a low-thermal resistance thermal/mechanical interface for electronics modules inserted into a car
T: This SBIR pursues and identifes approaches to achieving postern (rear-looking) sense and avoid (SAA) for remotely piloted aircraft (RPA
T: There is an opportunity to advance liquid crystal on silicone (LCOS) microdisplay technology to meet the next generation Head Mounted
T: Over the past 30 years, night vision goggle technology has enabled American fghter pilots to"own the night". As night visio
T: Progress in digital display technology, real time holography, and computational power present the opportunity to advance 3D displays to
T: Airborne engineered nano-particles (NP) are not detectable in an operational environment without sensitive aerosol monitoring instrum
T: Personal flter-based samplers are traditionally used to assess inhalation exposures to particles. When inhaled, however, engineered nan
T: In order to make flight combat training more efficient and effective, many strides have been made in the areas of role-based competenc
T: To date, waveguide displays have not gained wide acceptance. This is largely due to the fact that they can be used to expand the exit pu
T: The Air Force is increasingly using text-chat based communications in operational environments, such as operations using Remotely Pilo
T: The high operations tempo, frequent deployments and other fact-of-life events limit the availability for team training. To mitigate this tra
T: The U.S. Air Force has a need to develop a new forward looking infrared imaging system that can actively mitigate thermal loading assoc
T: The Air Force is requires an innovative multi-aperture sensor for mid-wave infrared (MWIR) and long-wave infrared (LWIR) capable of ex
T: Core-shell Metastable Intermolecular Compounds (CS-MICs) will be examined utilizing gas-phase nanocluster production, formed into a
T: It has been a challenge to realize the benefts of energetic metal nanoparticles due to the severe oxidation that occurs on the particle su
T: Energetic Materials Research and Engineering (EMRE), LLC proposes to develop a technique for using residual missile fuel to generate a
T: Physical Sciences Inc., Sandia National Laboratories and BAE Systems-Ordnance Systems proposed to design, develop, and demonstrate
T: Our concept is designed to create and disperse a vapor cloud from a low-vapor-pressure fuel at near stoichimetric conditions and then d
T: Syntronics proposes the development of a shock hardened miniaturized Remote Interrogator which provides two way wireless commun
T: The overall objective of this program is to develop a robust, state-of-the-art, remote data recovery (RDR) system for on-board data acqu
T: RIMRIP will be developed to remotely gain access to data stored in a data recorder after a shock test. Based on McQ"s extensive R
T: NanoSonic has recently developed high-strength-to-weight ratio, flexible, para-aramid modifed fber composites that mitigate corrosion
T: This SBIR Phase I program is to develop and transition a lightweight shielding material technology for wideband electromagnetic shieldin
T: The development of robust, ultra-light weight, low-cost electrically tunable nanocomposites with the ability to efficiently absorb the ele
T: The objective of this program is to develop structurally conformal materials with frequency-selective radio frequency (RF) transmission a
T: BTE proposes a multi-component architecture composed of structural composites and thin layers of optimal shielding materials. The str
T: Traditional shielding enclosures are fabricated from heavy metallic materials. Polymer and composite systems have been used extensive
T: Aircraft hydraulic systems have traditionally been required to operate down to -65F. However, with the advancement of unmanned air v
T: Elastomeric O-rings provide a critical sealing function for the hydraulic system of extended service high altitude unmanned aircraft. Thes
T: Unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) have recently been operating on extended missions and at higher altitudes. Such operation can cause se
T: The military is constantly looking to improve night vision goggle performance. There are many components to optimize but one that is o
T: Modern Air Force vehicles employ specialized coatings to enhance signature performance by attenuating surface traveling waves. Maint
T: There has been a strong worldwide interest in the development of technologies that would enable hardware in the loop (HWIL) stimulati
T: To address the Air Force need for a wide-feld-of-view seeker combining multiwaveband infrared imaging and semiactive laser (SAL) guid
T: The U.S. Air Force has a need to develop a wide-feld-of-view (WFOV) multimode seeker with one mode being multi-waveband passive i
T: The Air Force is seeking advanced seekers that integrate multiple modes of detection. In particular, this SBIR will pursue development of
T: Mustang Technology Group, LP is proposing a Phase I SBIR study that will expand the capability of air delivered weapons by providing a
T: Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI), with its teammates, proposes to leverage its collective expertise in communication systems design; rada
T: Oceanit proposes to develop a wet chemical synthesis approach for core-shell energetic nanoparticles which will have high air and mois
T: Advances in nanotechnology have promised non-linear improvements in a variety of energetic materials applications; however, the prac
T: The use of electronic systems within a military aircraft requires shielded enclosures to mitigate radio frequency (RF) interference from ex
T: Surface traveling waves consist of electromagnetic energy where the propagation of that energy is exactly parallel or grazing to the plan
T: The feasibility of developing a prototype traveling-wave scanning system based on non-metallic, broadband, optical-fber-coupled micro
T: RE2, Inc. proposes a novel design, based on several mature technologies, for an Automated Air Inlet Coating (A2IC) system to recoat dam
T: Aerobotix personnel have engineered and delivered eight turn-key robotic painting systems to apply performance coatings to the inlet d
T: Development and use of new composite materials is imperative for continued advancement of airframe and engine systems. In order to
T: Aircraft engine and structural components are being produced from forgings with increasingly complex geometries in a wide range of ae
T: US Warfghters seek high data (>1 Mbps) satellite communications (SATCOM) with as much operational mobility as their weapon syst
T: Coherent imaging systems have the capability to provide high-resolution 3D imagery for target identifcation at stand-off ranges. These s
T: Qunav proposes the development of an assured vision geo-location (AVG) framework that supports accurate geo-registration and naviga
T: Algorithms that perform accurate geo-registration of imagery captured from an aerial platorm are becoming prevalent in the surveillanc
T: Traditional military aircraft design has been based on peak power and peak thermal loads. With the introduction of more-electric aircraft
T: CU Aerospace (CUA) and team partner the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) propose to perform research, developmen
T: During this program, United Silicon Carbide, Inc. (USCi) will develop basic analog and digital circuit blocks capable of operation up to 500
T: Oceanit proposes a novel nanostructured flm as thermal interface materials (TIMs) for efficient thermal managements of high power el
T: The development of weapons that can travel at hypersonic speeds is becoming a high priority to the US Air Force. Continued developm
T: The move towards more-electric aircraft continues to increase the complexity of electrical power systems (EPS) on modern airborne pla
T: Addition of nano-sized energetic particles to liquid fuel (e.g., JP-8 or RP-1) offers the possibility of increasing energy density, while maint
T: This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project proposes to enhance the combustion energy of liquid propellants via add
T: The future of gas turbine engines needed for propulsion and power in small unmanned military aircraft will hinge on the ability to enhan
T: Under this feasibility study, we will investigate innovative methods for characterizing particulate emissions with a high degree of specifc
me wrist computer (Xwatch) Program leverages signifcant previous and on-going investment in processor, RF, rapid product development,
, the Expeditionary Fire Support System (EFSS) resupply doctrine is hazardous to Marines and the transport aircraft (MV-22 or CH-53) as it p
of this program is to develop compact, lightweight, low power thermal management systems for non-lethal weapons platorms, specifcally
Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to advance the development of the Fishing Net Entanglement Avoidance System (FiNEAS) that was deve
will provide a HMMWV-towable renewable energy system capable of harnessing high altitude winds with a tethered wing. The system will b
e II effort has these major thrusts: * Implementing the U2VIS architecture and UI framework designed in Phase I, with third-party UXV softw
hotonics proposes to develop new electro-optic (non-mechanical) laser scanners with unprecedented cost and Size, Weight, and Power (SW
proach to Phase I HLRB roller bearing design was to achieve separation of the radial and axial functions of the bearing so as to enable axial
protect phased array radars from permanent self inflicted damage when the radar transmits signal leaks into the receiver. However, next ge
aims to develop an efficient approach for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of submersible Navy composites. This research leverages ha
ose of this multi-phase program is to develop an autonomous system that is capable of aligning probes for eddy current inspections on stea
pe integrated data registration solution using machine learning algorithm(s) is proposed. The solution will improve upon existing sensor an
Microsystems Inc. has spent the last several years developing polymer derived SiCN sensor and associated packaging technology for applica
eller cleaning system developed in this project uses DYNAFLOW"s advanced cavitating and resonating waterjet technology. This non-
nologies Incorporated (Voci) is the leading small business developing accelerated Human Language Technology based solutions. In Phase I
S Satellite provides a S-WCDMA Bent pipe to a Terrestrial Base Station. The proposed MUOS-Aero provides a B-Band surrogate for the sate
uot;s military operations depend on reliable voice and data communications all the way to the tactical edge, including between individual d
t develops system concepts, a suite of algorithms and software for detection and tracking of moving surface targets (small boats, periscope
l Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase II proposal describes Universal Technical Resource Services, Inc."s (UTRS) approach to co
Mine Countermeasure (MCM) operations attempt to balance risk and time via processes that are staff and time intensive. The range of expe
s the Office of Naval Research (ONR) need, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to continue advancing, in Phase II, the new See-Thr
proposes the development of a TRACKER prototype: 1) Design an enterprise system for Navy Records and Task Management. Progeny will e
ns in shallow, complex, and high current areas are becoming more and more important for Naval missions. Areas such as harbors and other
T: To address the Air Force need for a low-cost real-time particulate-loading sensor technology, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes
T: Deployment of interesting autonomous capabilities has been hindered by the difficulty of validating and verifying such systems. Vecna w
T: This project advances the fundamental design practices (e.g., electromagnetic compatibility countermeasures in designing electronic sys
T: The Etched Air Taper Combiner as fst proposed by the US Air Force Academy has the advantages in that the input fber bundle, the com
T: The overall objective of this effort is to develop technologies that extend sustainment modeling and simulation capabilities to support im
T: We propose to develop a lightweight, compact Cetane sensor interfaced to a fberoptic probe immersed in the RPA fuel tank to continuo
T: Area-I proposes to develop an Integrated Multi-mode Propulsion system for UAS Leveraging Speed and Endurance (IMPULSE) to provide
T: There is an urgent Air Force need for an advanced cycle turbo-fan for UAV applications. Spytek Aerospace proposes a 2-ITB, 500 LBT turb
T: The steadily rising cost of fossil fuels together with a heightened sensitivity to emissions has created a new backdrop against which the p
T: A hybrid tubular SOFC/gas turbine power system is proposed to increase the endurance of UAS and RPA. The work to be performed in th
T: Desired tactical requirements for unmanned aerial systems (UASs) exceed current capabilities for performance, reliability, maintainabilit
T: This proposal outlines an innovative parallel hybrid compound differential drive system with infnite variable speed inputs from either th
T: The proposed research focuses on a generalized formulation and an integrated implementation of bearing life and heat generation mod
T: Military aircraft are steadily moving towards the"More Electric Aircraft (MEA)"concept where large flight loads like hydraulic
T: Flow Modeling and Simulation, LLC (FMS), proposes to develop a computational software tool, herein designated AUG3D, that is intende
60R sensor systems being integrated into the Aircraft Carrier Tactical Support Centers (CV-TSC) introduce multiple heterogeneous sensor str
rays are used extensively in the US Navy by both submarines and surface ships. Although present arrays are technologically advanced they
ent of Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) on rotorcraft has resulted in signifcant improvements in maintenance action efficienc
Nano manufactures Carbon Nanotube (CNT) materials for aerospace and defense applications. In the phase I program, General Nano demo
pact, versatile laser system that we designed in our Phase I effort will facilitate research into rubidium Bose Einstein Condensates (BECs), wi
st non-propulsion consumer of Navy shipboard power is HVAC. Up to 87% of cooling loads are generated by equipment that is currently co
seeks to deploy sensitive atomic magnetometers on small, inexpensive UAVs that deploy from a sonobuoy tube. There are three primary c
ge and partner Rockwell Collins propose to mature, enhance and further demonstrate the out the window (OTW)-synchronized RF environm
was developed in the Phase I effort that enabled the measurement of a wear liner thickness in a bearing. The goal of the Phase II effort is t
e structures on Naval aircraft are often damaged during manufacturing or in service. Depending on the level of damage, the part will requi
ctive of this Navy SBIR program is to develop and incorporate the capability onboard military aircraft to conduct an approach to near-Catego
marine radar systems can provide detection and tracking of various sizes of ships, and progress in signal processing has allowed for the dete
s the Navy"s need for a consistent physics-based approach to replicate the effects of radio frequency (RF) jammers and radar emitte
tion for the Maritime Airborne SOA Integration SBIR program provides a comprehensive Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) that will lever
ntermeasures (MCM) missions require complex coordination of personnel, equipment, and autonomous vehicles. The mission success hing
ementation of Sense And Avoid (SAA) capabilities on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) present a particular challenge in that collision threa
ram aims to develop the technology for a new generation of normally-off GaN power transistors with breakdown voltages of 1000 V and lin
hase I of this SBIR program, Photonic Systems, Inc. (PSI) and Systems Technology & Research (STR) developed a design for an ultra-wideban
IR Phase II project, we propose to develop high energy density flm capacitors by using our high performance polymer dielectric compositio
effort is focused on effective management of Commanders Intent, where this intent is a concise expression of the purpose of the operatio
T: Magic Leap, Inc. proposes to develop a novel full-color, ultra-high resolution microdisplay for pilot Head Mounted Displays (HMDs) incor
T: We propose a handheld, dual-use optical system that combines our high-precision optical particle analyzer and coherent lidar system. T
T: Chesapeake Technology International"s (CTI"s) proposed solution for the Common Global Information Grid Interface for Elec
T: The Air Force"s High Velocity Maintenance (HVM) initiative aims to better emulate industry"s high daily rate of touch-labor
T: Inefficient handoffs and limited fault evaluation prevent the Air Force from achieving high daily rates of touch-labor maintenance and ra
T: There is a need to utilize mobile computation devices to extend flight training from centralized facilities to remote feld stations. Curren
T: This SBIR develops and evaluates innovative Specifc Emitter Feature (SEF) techniques using multiple algorithms for"Operational S
T: The global proliferation of modern"digital"radar systems has resulted in a two-pronged crisis for traditional electronic intelli
T: Clear Science Corp. proposes to develop and demonstrate accurate and computationally efficient analysis software for computing aircra
T: M4 Engineering proposes to develop methods for rapidly identifying store/aircraft confgurations at elevated risk for adverse separation
T: We propose to develop and demonstrate a rapid store trajectory analysis tool that uses pre-computed, highly-resolved Detached Eddy S
T: The U.S. Air Force has a critical need for new robust strain sensors capable of accurately measuring the strain of structural components i
T: Addressing the Air Force"s need for a rear-looking sense-and-avoid (SAA) system enabling remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) to perfor
T: We propose to develop for the Air Force a high-efficiency Waste Heat Removal System (WHRS) that removes large amounts of waste hea
T: An innovative approach for removing low-quality (<40C) waste heat generated by directed energy and other electrically based techno
T: Data integrity is essential for accurate and deterministic decision making in diverse military and commercial digital systems, and the mos
T: High-power electromagnetic (HPEM) interference can disrupt normal operation of aircraft electronic systems and cause mission abort o
T: The efficient coherent beam combination of a master oscillator power amplifer (MOPA) system requires a reduction in non-linearities o
T: For this SBIR topic, we have proposed a novel high-power optical fber pump combiner design that addresses the specifc challenges ass
T: Optical Physics Company (OPC) is proposing to design and prototype a full function beam director suitable for all current phased array co
T: Nutronics, Inc. proposes to develop a detailed conceptual design for a general purpose, rugged, compact and lightweight beam director
T: To address the Air Force need for a low SWaP, conformal, phased array laser beam director designed for airborne platorms, Optonicus p
T: In response to the U.S. Air Force"s need for fber cooling and pointing in high power fber amplifers of 1kW and up, i2C Solutions
T: To address the Air Force need to accurately hold and cool the end of a high power fbers used in (>1 kW) fber amplifers, Optonicus p
T: We propose an algorithm for aimpoint maintenance that is robust to large changes in target aspect as well as scintillation and atmosphe
T: Laser weapon systems on tactical airborne platorms face many issues with tracking targets and pointing of the laser weapon. Even in a
T: To address the Air Force need for a multispectral imaging system, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new clip-on S
T: The proposed DMBS System is a binocular helmet mounted imaging system that features dual short wave infrared (SWIR) cameras, an e
T: The SPYRUS Secure Operational Environment (SOE) will contain the entire operating environment for the desired COTS portable mobile
T: The secure, automated dissemination of information across security domains requires accurate, complete, and standardized releasabilit
T: Silicon Technologies, Inc. (STI) proposes to extend the results of a DARPA sponsored contract # W31P4Q-11-C-0046,"Design Tools
T: Escape proposes a candidate waveform and signal processing architecture to efficiently support adaptive coding and symbol rates to ma
T: Space Micro proposes to mitigate key technology risks to enable development of future satellite communication architectures using W-b
T: Innovative research and development leading to a dual-use advanced technology product is proposed. The product is a physics-based m
T: FIRST RF proposes a 4- and 7-element Controlled Reception Pattern Antenna (CRPA) covering the full L-band GNSS radio navigation spec
T: Global navigation satellite system (GNSS) antenna arrays can be used to determine the geolocation of GNSS emitters. Knowledge of the
T: Redondo Optics Inc. (ROI proposes to develop, ground and fly test, and deliver to the Air Force a low-cost next generation, aircraft ready
T: The stable and reliable operation of megawatt-class, high-temperature power electronics is critical for military aircraft operations. In par
T: The objective of this proposal is to develop a high torque, compact and reliable rotary electromechanical (EMA) actuator for next-genera
T: The Air Force is seeking a compact, high torque, rotary EMA technology capable of controlling flight control surfaces directly at the hinge
T: The goal of this Phase I is to demonstrate the feasibility of a ICME-based approach to the design of thermal barrier coating architectures
T: Busek Co. Inc. proposes to explore the feasibility of a highly scalable miniature ion beam generator system capable of producing atomic
ctive of this project is to develop a software based FOB energy simulation model that will enable the USMC to effectively analyze FOB energ
T: Residual stresses can be created in engineered components by most common fabrication processes (e.g., welding, joining, machining, ca
T: The Saturation Suppression Sensor Technology (S3-TECH) FPA is the centerpiece for a potentially revolutionary technical break-through r
T: The challenge for manufacturing ceramic matrix composites using the preceramic polymer infltration and pyrolysis (PIP) method is to en
T: We present a mixture theory based approach for process modeling in ceramic matrix composites. The model is derived from a consisten
T: Coherent ladar sources offer advantages over their incoherent counterparts by their ability to measure the amplitude, phase, and frequ
T: Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) proposes to develop, test, and demonstrate a sensor system for measuring and reporting in real-time the oxy
T: Hybrid technologies and adaptive resource management can signifcantly enhance the capability and range of next-generation aircraft.
T: Aircraft power system disturbances cause signifcant power quality issues such as increased losses, component degradation, and undesi
T: This topic calls for a fast and accurate sensor for measurements of particle number density, size distribution, and mass-based emission f
osal addresses the single largest consumer of ground-based power at forward operating bases and conservatively results in annual fuel sav
ology proposes the development of a complete hybrid power system to meet the Mobile Electric Hybrid Power Sources (MEHPS) needs of
arching objective is to provide a deployable hybrid renewable energy system that reduces fuel consumption and Warfghter vulnerability in
T: Accurate measurement of fastener profle relative to the aircraft skin is critical to ensure that aircraft meet operation specifcations and
T: NanoSonic, Inc. researchers have developed an innovative material technology called HybridSil which can be tailored to minimize the vu
T: Modern aerial Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) benefts greatly from Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) equipp
T: Modern cell phone technology has been driven to create processors with capabilities appropriate to video processors for small unmann
T: High resolution 3D LADAR imaging over a wide feld of view usually requires mechanical scanning the sensor"s feld of view using
T: Wide feld of view (WFOV) video capability on unmanned aerial systems (UAS) has outpaced data transmission capability. Identifying reg
T: The production of 3D models from aerial imagery has been an active research area for many years. Given sufficient image texture and a
T: While the state of the art in both single-image reconstruction algorithms and multi-view structure from motion algorithms have advance
T: A portable high gain (39 dBi) and lightweight (10 lbs.) manpack AEHF antenna that automatically tracks a geosynchronous AEHF commu
T: Advanced wide bandgap (WBG) solid state technology is necessary for future military, defense and related Department of Defense (DoD
T: We propose to develop a 5 inch direct hinge line aileron actuator based on our 2 inch highly integrated EM boat ride control actuator. By
T: Combustion instabilities can be a serious problem in combustion devices including augmentors/afterburners. Their prediction is very ch
tems, Inc., in partnership with the National Aerospace Leadership Initiative (NALI) funded Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CC
T: The promise of ubiquitous solar power for novel devices and applications depends greatly on the form-factors available, their specifc po
T: A new cognitive fully adaptive radar (CoFAR) architecture is developed that optimizes every major real-time radar function including the
T: The goals of this project are to (i) develop a theoretical framework for a fully adaptive radar (FAR) system that includes specifcation of t
T: Solid State Scientifc Corporation (SSSC) has developed an innovative and computationally efficient GMTI signal processing algorithm wh
T: Discovery Semiconductors will assemble high power InGaAs/InP photodiodes with 50 ohm internal termination in a fber-pigtailed, W1-c
T: Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) proposes to produce energetic nanomaterials to be used as additives in hydrocarbo
T: Precision Combustion, Inc. proposes a novel approach for nanoenergetic particle addition to aerospace fuels using carbon based nano-p
l Business Innovation Research project proposes to develop a hybrid Cartesian grid/gridless solver for fast prediction of store separation. In
tunity exists to signifcantly reduce the cost of low-profle fber optic transceivers utilized in harsh environment applications by exploiting a
ctive of this project is to develop a novel superconductor-semiconductor hybrid pipelined analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that provides up
n Engineering Consultants (PEC) will use the results of the Phase I numerical analyses of armored tactical vehicles subjected to landmine de
T: Modern optoelectronic devices require encapsulation for environmental protection, but current encapsulants are too heavy for weight-s
T: Powder-bed based additive manufacturing (AM) technologies typically involve rapid solidifcation after a laser or electron beam melts a
T: There is a need to identify, qualify, and certify post-repair corrosion-inhibiting self-healing coatings in order to inhibit further corrosion o
T: We propose to demonstrate the benefts of a self-healing coating (SHC) system (comprised of MIL-PRF-85285 compliant self-healing top
T: We propose to develop novel high-temperature robust control ICs compatible with power SiC device using on insulated gate III-Nitride t
T: Liquid rocket propulsion systems require the use of high pressure LOX, and therefore have the need for LOX compatible materials. This i
T: It is proposed to develop new thermal barrier coatings based on current MiTi Korolon coatings for the turbomachinery of the rocket en
T: Astronix proposes a particle beam generator for satellite thruster applications based on a novel MEMS technology for fabricating dense
T: Development, implementation and validation of a computational model to simulate combustion processes coupled with acoustic pheno
T: The goal of this SBIR project is to demonstrate that the Cambustion DMS500 (or similar technology) can meet EPA and SAE E31 requirem
on Corporation (DFC) proposes the continued development of prototype, next-generation GPS interference detection, characterization and
T: The Air Force is experiencing a number of premature failures of urethanes and epoxies used on the Outer Mold Line (OML) of high perfo
T: Many nondestructive evaluation (NDE) analysis techniques have tried to address premature failures in outer mold lines on aircraft (OML
T: The overarching objectives for this project are to develop a novel approach to Calibration, Verifcation, and Validation (CVV) of advanced
T: Luna proposes to develop a unique, handheld 3D surface inspection tool for accurate measurement of fastener depth and fll flushness o
T: There is a signifcant need for a handheld device that can do fastener flushness measurement and countersink measurement. In this pro
T: We propose a novel multi-frame image processing approach which employs High-Dynamic-Range (HDR) imaging in combination with m
T: Sensor saturation and the resultant loss of information is a problem that plagues both infrared and electro-optical sensors. Saturation oft
T: UES proposes to obtain data to anchor models for additive manufacture by electron beam melting (EBM). In this process, parts are mad
T: The objective of this proposal is to build a foundation for the modeling of polymer powders for use in laser sintering (LS). These models
T: Chrome-based coating systems are being phased out of most applications due to the toxicity of chromium compounds. Emerging coatin
T: A SUAS video processing platorm is developed based on clustering multiple COTS smartphones in which each is deployed with software
T: The United States Air Force (USAF) has a need to upgrade communications systems on board Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicles (EELV
T: The Air Force is seeking a hyperspectral imager capable of detecting missiles, aircraft and artillery fre from a satellite platorm. OPTRA p
T: Phase I tasks will produce a diplexer design for integration into full-duplex, multi-channel, S-band transmit-receive (T/R) modules for larg
T: MiTi and its subcontractor are proposing an innovative integrated and low logistics footprint fueled hybrid solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) an
T: The objective of this SBIR topic is to develop a hybrid electric propulsion system to support a Rapid Response Small SUAS (<30lb) capa
ary goal of this SBIR Phase II is to build a software system capable of automated scene understanding and labeling based on advanced imag
sting flight simulators currently lack the aerodynamics modeling required to train pilots for stall/upset conditions. Further, the process of up
e Navy sponsored Phase II project (SBIR Contract N00014-09-C-0479) Optical Physics Company (OPC) built a miniaturized interferometric s
able batteries self discharge while in storage, and when allowed to remain at an extremely low state of charge for a long period of time, ca
nical approach to this project is to design and develop an improved, three-phase grid connect unit (GCU) capable of switching loads up to 1
hnical Services, Inc. (Wolf) is developing a Modular Anthropomorphic Test Device (ATD) that is specifcally designed for use in blast and balli
enge to develop new innovative devices and methods to create a miniature, low cost, low drift, high accuracy inertial navigation system (IN
lopment of Wide Bandgap Semiconductors such as GaN has enabled tremendous improvements in power amplifer performance such as o
T: The Global Positioning System (GPS) is used by the DoD to provide the position for accessing location and movement of ground, air and
T: This proposal is for the development of a novel algorithm to utilize commercially available signals of opportunity (SoOP) received by sev
T: Q-Track proposes to develop and demonstrate feasibility of a system for absolute localization in GPS-denied environments. A Signals-of-
T: The Science and Technology in Atmospheric Research (STAR) LLC in Boulder, with scientifc support from National Center for Atmospheri
T: To increase space environment awareness, Quantum Dimension proposes to develop algorithms for Total Electron Count (TEC) estimate
T: Next-generation space-based focal plane array infrared detectors require efficient cooling at low temperatures. We propose to develop
T: The drive to increase turbine inlet temperature and overall pressure ratio as well as to reduce turbine weight has led to increases in aero
T: Incorporating hosted payloads onto satellites deployed for other primary missions is an approach that has the potential to provide bene
T: A major limitation to the wide deployment of high sensitivity infrared detector arrays in space environment is the cooling system. Major
T: The DoD requires accurate real-time knowledge of ionospheric variability in order to reduce one of the biggest error sources inherent in
T: We propose the assembly of a coordinate registration assessment suite applicable to over-the-horizon radar (OTHR). The suite includes
T: In recent years, advances in EO/IR sensor technology have produced systems capable of collecting massive amounts of data that have ou
T: The challenge set by Fully Adaptive radar tech techniques is how to best optimize all of the possible radar settings all of the possible tra
T: The requirement for a MANPACK-compatible SATCOM terminal for Special Operations (SOF) and Tactical Air Control Parties (TACP) obvia
T: Softronics Ltd. proposes to implement an advanced VLF receiver front end utilizing a trio of advanced technologies. The frst is a digital
T: The ongoing launch of next generation AEHF satellites promises signifcant new protected MILSATCOM capabilities. To allow dismounte
T: Trident Systems Inc. (TSI) and the SAZE Technologies propose to develop algorithms to detect and characterize moving targets on the gro
T: GMTI signal processing algorithms are developed, which improve the capabilities of SWaP limited airborne radar systems, resulting in be
T: Martix Research proposes to develop a new SATCOM antenna for the Wideband Gapfller link for use aboard the Predator class UAV. Th
T: The Nuvotronics approach is to create a modular array architecture made of batch fabricated micromachined electronically-scanned sub
T: In this SBIR effort we will develop a packaging process and demonstrate (Phase I) a prototype of high power Photodiode (PD) that has a
T: There are numerous military applications where incorporation of Anti-Jam (AJ) GPS technology has been constrained by Size Weight and
T: SI2 Technologies, Inc. (SI2) will continue its groundbreaking research in efficient wideband, low profle array design to develop high gain
T: This Phase I SBIR research addresses an important and timely technological need, specifcally the practical development and demonstra
T: Princeton Microwave Technology [PmT] is proposing the development of compact microstrip based dual mode resonators for the the de
T: Situational Awareness (SA) / Direction Finding (DF), and secondarily Anti-Jam (A/J) capability for GPS/GNSS antennas on small airframes
T: As vision systems are continuously increasing their quantity and capabilities for capturing aerial imagery, they have widely integrated in
T: This proposal describes an analytical software approach to model rolling element bearings for gas turbines and similar drive systems. De
T: Improving heat transfer and enhancing mechanical compliance at interfaces has signifcant impact on military and commercial applicatio
T: The Air Force identifed a need to enhance the capabilities of scramjet-powered hypersonic systems through the development of techno
T: To address the Air Force"s need for non-mechanically steered 3D imaging LADAR, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to d
T: Database sustainability is a fundamental challenge for supporting assisted and automatic target recognition algorithms. We propose a n
T: We are proposing to demonstrate a spectrally agile HyperVideo sensor that can be reconfgured on the fly to produce imagery comprise
T: We propose a fuel cell / battery hybrid powered UAV, designed from the get go with electric power propulsion and controls. A unique fu
T: In recent years, diversifcation of energy dependence on foreign oil has attracted the use of alternative fuels such as the Fischer-Tropsch
T: Escape proposes a candidate waveform and signal processing architecture to efficiently support adaptive coding and adaptive symbol ra
T: Scheduling Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) resources is a challenge because windows of visibility are limited between satelli
T: The Braxton Ace Premier Intelligent Distributed Scheduler (AceIDS) prototype will demonstrate the feasibility of a distributed scheduling
T: The ultimate goal of this proposed effort is to develop a distributed, intelligent, cooperative AFSCN mission planning and scheduling syst
T: This project will identify feasible game-theoretical approaches for joint waveform adaptation, cognitive spectrum sensing & manag
T: The objective of the proposed effort is the development of a radiation hardened, programmable Sigma-Delta Analog-to-Digital Converte
T: Military space assets can have special constraints in form factor and function. For example, fluid cooling systems normally used for elec
T: Space Micro proposes to leverage existing radiation hardened electronics architecture coupled with state-of-the-art cryptographic soluti
T: A holistic RSO space situational awareness algorithm will be developed that integrates Finite Set Statistics (FISST) with Hiearchical Mixtu
T: Under this SBIR, Imaging Systems Technology (IST) proposes to investigate the feasibility of using its Plasma-shell technology to form no
T: Physical Sciences Inc. proposes to develop a no moving parts magnetic refrigerator system capable of cooling focal plane arrays (FPA) to
T: Cubesats and microsats utilizing electro-optical payloads will require cryogenic refrigeration for cooling the infrared Focal Plane Arrays.
T: The vision of the Microsat Cryocooler System (MCS) Program is to provide the key mechanical and electrical technology building blocks t
T: Coordinate Registration (CR) of OTHR targets requires accurate real-time ionospheric modeling coupled with HF propagation calculation
T: Space system operators require the ability to detect and track potential threats to their platorms. One way to detect and track objects in
T: A method of fabricating highly conductive and shielding electrical conduit and associated fttings is proposed. The technology will be ba
T: In modern battlefelds, Electronic Warfare (EW) plays dominating role. To win the battlefeld, it is a must to win EW frst. In fghting the E
T: Without the capability to sense and avoid other air traffic, UAS flights are limited to flight operations within restricted and warning areas
T: The Cetane numbers for individual fuel components have been extensively tabulated To determine the Cetane number of the resulting f
T: The demand for increased thrust from gas turbine engines, while simultaneously reducing engine size and weight, has lead to real challe
T: This SBIR project proposes to develop a computational aeroelasticity tool for improving the prediction of both aerodynamic forcing and
T: To provide improved life prediction estimates for rolling element bearings used in gas turbines and general rotating machinery, an updat
T: Aircraft oleo-pneumatic landing gear shock struts require a precise gas to fluid ratio. Measuring oil fluid level explicitly requires time con
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T: The biggest demand on a military receiver has been from the time required to search and acquire for the military signals when an accur
T: Team ATA proposes to develop a FISST-based holistic integrated framework (FHIF) for multi-target detection, tracking, identifcation, and
T: In order to accommodate the transition from standard to high-defnition imagery in unmanned airborne platorms, it is necessary to fnd
T: QuinStar Technology proposes an integrated solution for W/V-band GEO satellite transceivers to minimize transceiver SWaP and cost wh
T: The Air Force has identifed the need to improve satellite communications by increasing bandwidth, yet seeks to accomplish this withou
T: In future military satellite communications infrastructure, it is envisioned that satellite communications systems and hybrid space-terres
T: The Air Force requires accurate knowledge of the ionospheric environment in order to mitigate ionospheric impacts on vital radio-based
T: Current automatic target recognition (ATR) training processes require expensive data collections or extensive, high fdelity target modeli
T: Integration of track data from Ground Based Sense and Avoid (GBSAA) and Airborne Sense and Avoid (ABSAA) systems offer the possibil
T: Current and future VLF receiver technology for Emergency Action Message (EAM) reception must meet stringent reception capabilities i
T: This program creates an innovative approach to packaging high-power, high-frequency photo-detectors for use in RF photonics applicati
T: GPS is known to be extremely vulnerable to signal interference, both unintentional and deliberate. Military navigation systems for air, se
T: The end objective is a low power, compact unit suitable for miniaturized UAVs, small missiles and handhelds where Anti-Jam (AJ) techno
T: nLIGHT proposes the development of of an all-fber, master oscillator power amplifer (MOPA) confguration that will meet the Air Force
T: VSI proposes a flexible sensor estimation framework for airborne calibration processing of image streams over long time periods. The co
components in a tiny new sensor called AgeAlert. These sensors provide real-time data corresponding to mechanical property degradation
non-invasive, real-time sensors to assess over time the chemical and physical health of solid rocket motors without affecting the motor&qu
e prototype called Silvus Communications Orderwire (SC-Orderwire) is based on the architecture that Silvus has developed in Phase I. Silvu
edge"paradigm, the use of end-to-end IPSEC-based encryption of network traffic using HAIPE devices presents a tremendous oppor
ent multicast services over crypto-partitioned heterogeneous tactical networks, to ensure efficient use of bandwidth-constrained airborne
s TIGRESS, which leverages an ensemble of open-domain text processing and sophisticated spatial reasoning capabilities in order to associa
annel has bandwidth limitations due to modal dispersion. This program will apply channel equalization to the photonic link, leveraging tech
ments in order to nowcast and forecast ionospheric behavior. SBIR Topic AF112-083"Electric Field Instrument for Cube- or Nano-sized
ance fghter jet production, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) developed the Innovative Monitoring System for Performance Assessment of
engagement. We will articulate a clear pathway forward to productization to include package design concepts that meet tactical and envir
virus and spam flters often offer unsatisfactory security properties. They cannot detect new attacks, have high false negative rate and often
uct with the latest Identity Management and Access Control (IdAM) technologies. We will implement the latest IdAM standards (i.e. Open
mporally indexed ephemeris data. Our algorithms frst insert each satellite into a spatially aware data structure, such as a K-D Tree or a Spati
tor ("GAMMA") that makes measurements of Ionospheric scintillation and TEC. GAMMA will be remotely deployable, such as o
n technology available for future DoD, National, and commercial space systems. Fusion of Information for Response to Space Threats (FIRS
mbly, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) developed the Interpolated Liquid Shim Application System (ILSAS), which has demonstrated the ab
oling to operate. Current cryogenic systems are inefficient, costly, subject to vibrations, are typically the high-maintenance portion of a sens
will provide near-optimal loose cooperative control of diverse assets within the Layered Sensing Architecture. We propose to develop an as
DoD) Battlefeld Awareness. Advanced radar systems on large remotely piloted aircraft (RPAs) include Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and G
ntegrated semiconductor optical thresholder and its ability to enable a high frequency Optical Analog to Digital Converter (OADC). Such OA
24 months with one additional month for the fnal report. This innovative approach is expected to bring revolutionary performance (close
ace microelectronics from unauthorized tampering. The method will employ the joint cooperation of multiple countermeasures that operat
urity issues in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN). A typical reputation management system evaluates the trustworthy of a sensor node base
ng the frst phase of this project. These are OPC"s Holographic Beam Control (HBC) and Nutronics"Conformal Laser Weapon Sy
g integrated into small form factor. CBRITE"s approach to such a camera system is an active-matrix image array on curved substrate. T
roposed Phase II for use in a military visor application. There is an ongoing need to substitute two separate visors that provide clear and da
Sensing Operations Center) Operators, the persons responsible for the display of information within an EOC (Emergency Operations Cente
rtant to determine how to best train RPA crewmembers. However, little is known regarding the effectiveness tradeoffs of training environm
detect and identify specifc auditory targets within complex, real-world sound environments. Previous approaches, based on linear auditor
niques in order to handle far-feld propagation, near-feld interactions, and detailed interactions with complex objects, such as human anat
ovides an innovative, cost-effective, and deployable solution for supporting nuclear weapon inventory control, tracking, and analysis. The r
n innovative, cost-effective, and deployable solution that enables rapid understanding and prioritization of conjunction events. Our program
array antenna design. A key component of our UWB array is that it has a wide angle scan capability that is critical to achieving uninterrupte
hotonic integrated circuit technology. BENEFIT: LASERCOM links, LIDAR, ground sensing markets, optical coherence tomography, fber opti
rolytes. Commercially available ultracapacitors exhibit high power density, in excess of 6000 Wh/kg, but relatively low energy density of un
y coatings and outer mold line (OML) materials on advance Air Force weapon systems. Laser pulses are scanned over a coated surface with
aircraft. To ensure these holes get the correct fasteners, a technician must measure the depth of each hole and mark the dimension on the
81 to 86 GHz band, for high data rate communications between Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and satellites. We will accomplish this by
ercial PNT users is the understanding of how integrated systems are impacted by degradation of key information. PNT information is a corn
T equipment hardware in the loop (HiTL) test asset successfully prototyped in Phase I. The risk reduction prototyping accomplished in Phas
eveloped novel performance enhancing signal processing algorithms enabled by dynamic spectrum access (DSA)-based cognitive radio (CR
Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Chemical Biological Coverall for combat vehicle crewmen (JC3) use a layer of absorptive car
in post-intercept debris environments will become more critical to successful operation of the larger BMDS. Due to a paucity of test data, d
ntional, chemical and nuclear warheads can reach their targets. Both hit-to-kill (HTK) interceptors and fragmentation warheads are being d
track the electrical charge dispersion created when a hypervelocity impact (HVI) occurs between two entities with a closing velocity greate
es, from a catastrophic attach by nuclear or conventionally armed ballistic missiles. A critical component of that system is the Interceptor m
ng and performance of EED devices.
to investigate novel ideas to increase EED reliability. TRI/Austin proposes designing, fabricating, and testing novel electro-explosive devices
) insensitive energetics is thought to be an exploding foil initiator (EFI) detonator, also called a slapper detonator. Slapper detonators are sim
lymer materials and electronic parts, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Missile Accelerated Aging Assessment a
er temperatures which are more realistic and that reduce the risk of introducing failure mechanisms that are not representative of actual
missile systems for long periods, are often unknown when actual lifetime service data is not available. This leads to unreliability, limitations
t health monitoring system for ordnance based on a new condition monitoring sensor technology called AgeAlert. The AgeAlert sensor in
onitoring and built-in tests of the electronic components and ordnances of such devices that can assess their reliability due to the exposure

nvironment, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Miniature Inertial Measurement Sensor (MIMS). This proposed s
tic formed (TPF) Bulk Metallic Glass (BMG). Unlike MEMS-based silicon components which have historically shattered when used in higher-
erature (UHT), very low erosion, carbon fber zirconium oxy-carbide ceramic matrix composite (Cf-ZrOCm CMC), developed under prior MDA
aged electronics. The company is proposing the development of a novel layer-by-layer patterned growth from direct digital design for semi
d events in dynamic environments is an intense and demanding task. Today"s unmanned systems provide limited support for detectin
nning, and execution technologies within autonomous vehicles. First, it will create and demonstrate the effectiveness of a software framew
inefficiently and requiring excessive maintenance."Right size"generator operation, energy storage, renewable energy inputs, a
y to deployed troops in small camps and forward operation bases. These generators are sized to support the expected maximum power bu
h highly autonomous vehicles by engaging in a dialog to exchange ideas, ask questions, and resolve differences. We will develop a concept
h highly autonomous vehicles by engaging in a dialog to exchange ideas, ask questions, and resolve differences. We will develop a concept
humans from direct control and move towards supervisory control of multiple, autonomous assets. Achieving this objective will require sign
thetic environment with novel Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs). A methodology and process to design a Synthetic Environment Machine
evel, we propose leveraging Oblong Industries"revolutionary g-speak platorm to restore fully embodied situational awareness throug
rporate UASsuch as those currently being developed under the Unmanned Combat Air System Carrier Demonstration (UCAS-D) programint
tion, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Non-Imaging Gesture Human Tracking Array Optics (NIGHT-AO). This pro
g trends in the research community to address this: a paradigm of prioritizing missions over individual network resources, and a push for r
Their inability to reason means they don"t consider the larger, constantly changing context outside their immediate inputs. Their nea
n entire network for purposes of processing data collected at multiple computers from multiple sensors in real-time. A software solution (i
navigation data, enabling the munition to adjust its path to reach the target. While this approach is effective when GPS is available, new a
re unable to withstand the heat generated and temperatures associated with hypersonic flight. In Phase I, Mainstream developed an advan
s includes the vehicle component breakup due to expanding high explosives and primary fragments as well as the associated airblast that p
entation system along with automated data processing and data fusion algorithms to better characterize debris damage effects from static
o targeting inaccuracies and other reasons they may land outside a structure and could detonate partially or fully buried in soil. These even
asurements by removing components due to inertia and aeroelasticity. This effort will effectively utilize novel sensors to determine inertial
t quantitatively characterizes off-axis rejection of bright light sources for validation and calibration of sensors in a cryo-vacuum environmen
software to provide signifcant improvements in geo-registration for wide area motion imagery (WAMI) systems such as ARGUS-IS, Gorgon
multiband sensing modalities for DoD intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance tasks. The extremely high information content, which
combat identifcation system under realistic scenarios. In addition, we require the resulting system must work on bistatic radar data. This ad
eature association utility of our TRL 6 moving ground vehicle ISAR imaging technology. This air-to-ground ISAR technology is derived from
owing need for renewable energy sources will likely drive wind farm construction rates to increase over time. Energy department estimates
ation into large communication phased array antennas. An RF section featuring advanced, two-chip Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circui
section or RCS) and late-time (target resonance or TR) returns. Measurements of these target characteristics may be integrated and exploite
eve a reduction in clutter. It is based on a non-parametric algorithm developed by TecFocus on Navy SBIR N00-008 Environmentally Insens
em of debris mitigation and improve multiple target discrimination. This algorithm is a very fast, highly accurate multi-class approach based
complexes and attempt to discriminate between actual threats, countermeasures, and incidental debris generated from the rocket motor
proposal to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) SBIR solicitation MDA12-028 entitled Improved Target Discrimination of Multiple Targets Usi
ty missile impacts in an exoatmospheric environment for the development and verifcation of analytic debris models being developed by th
tions to humanitarian assistance and disaster recovery (HA/DR). To be able to accomplish such missions, the military will require"resil
s) and Rapid Aerostat Initial Deployment (RAID) cameras, and in various formats, such as imagery, video, audio, and text. Searching throug
evel, we propose leveraging Oblong Industries"revolutionary g-speak platorm to restore fully embodied situational awareness throug
d their behavior completely. The sheer number of software components (and the myriad interactions between them) that are present on a
n this effort, we leverage our in-house machine learning framework, ABMiner and ontological knowledge representation workbench to add
mes. Component lifetimes are typically extended by physical isolation using bags, hard containers or with conformal impermeable coatings.
water and fresh water. A thorough analysis of various commercial and academic superhydrophobic nanoscale coatings will be conducted fo
boards (PCBs) found on underwater vehicles exposed to hydrostatic pressures up to ~10 atm, corresponding to depths of ~100 meters in fr
on, energy provision, and reporting, which are required for long-duration, LPD localization of various types of vessels operating in blue, gree
hod for providing Over-The-Horizon (OTH) L-band links between a submerged tracking device and an overhead satellite without the require
bat casualties in the battlefeld to improve survivability while reducing cost to the military. We propose advances in both physiological diagn
ONOPS requires the immediate availability of multiple sensors and active devices. The sensors include: ultrasound, capnography, blood pre
reenAmp-lite system. The GreenAmp- & #8208;lite combines MaXentric"s envelope tracking technology with a power amplifer
(SOF) warfghter. This program will deliver extended bandwidth, more complex waveform capability, longer battery life, higher feld reliabil
o this by adapting our current family of calibers by decreasing the internal volume and shape of the case to match the optimal performanc
nic ammunition with the highest success rate balanced against technological advancement. Our feasibility study will include: 1) A brass cas
provided by any DoD Service. Although sub-sonic rounds exist for some calibers, these rounds are not cost effective and exhibit excessive d
on under this SBIR Phase I contract. PCP will concentrate our efforts on several separate criteria in order to improve upon the current .50 c
oposes to develop High-performance Arbitrated LOgic processing Topology (HARLOT) device. HARLOT is a computing brick housed in a man
Chip (SoC) consisting of a hybrid CPU/GPU digital signal processor. The APU incorporates high-speed interfaces to external sensors and a N
R wind measurement system through another DoD customer, nVision Technology proposes using scintillation-based wind measurement tec
s Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new highly reconfgurable Memristor-based Brain-like Morphware Processing (BRAINWARE) tec
hnology. Utilizing standalone thin flms that are released from the substrate locally, an active device area with ultra-low thermal mass is ob
ted a drive toward sensor systems with multiple aperture and wide felds of view. As a result, there is a need to improve test capabilities fo
tary Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT). We propose to develop the technology for small fragmentation warhead with high lethality and
algorithms suitable for direct digital processing of high-bandwidth ladar pulses using ultra-high speed, real-time signal processing. The pri
nemy aircraft. The main beneft of radar is the ability to detect targets at long stand-off ranges in all weather conditions. The main disadvan
ation tolerant propulsion module with no moving parts that is suitable for deorbiting small spacecraft. Critical properties of a new, high me
oupling between the combustor and isolator that leads to isolator unstart. Performance is currently restricted because the engine is not ac
near 1250K (977C); as flight times increase, these temperatures are expected to saturate the entire vehicle. Typically, forward-looking RF a
ns in multi-agent simultaneous localization and mapping (MA-SLAM) systems for enhanced navigation accuracy/reliability. The objective of
ntinue as we face increasingly sophisticated adversaries. Operating within an Anti-Access / Area Denial (A2AD) environment requires highl
ineers with a tool for exploring RF fuze sensor alternatives by modeling the dynamic multistatic coherent RF signatures of targets illuminat
lms the current ability to offload that data based on the meager performance of ground station terminals. A high gain antenna supporting
on and mapping (SLAM)-based methods for accurate geo-registration of wide area motion imagery (WAMI). The proposed computational a
HF receivers. Those receivers were expensive to manufacture, and their performance varied over time and temperature. Advances in digi
velop a passive optical Identifcation-Friend-or-Foe (IFF) patch that utilizes the absorptive and emissive properties of quantum dots (QDs) t
m can be greatly aided by accurate modeling and performance prediction. Capturing physical, electromagnetic and environmental real-wo
nd waned, and is once again enjoying a resurgence. A multistatic system is one where multiple transmit sites or multiple receive sites, or bo
evolutionary new capabilities for conformal coherent LIDAR applications. Coherent LIDAR has by nature greatly enhanced capabilities in ter
sequences to provide accurate 3D change detections, informative shadow/occlusion masks for target tracking, and geo-location and compr
s in order to reduce the cost and complexity associated with carrying out reliability studies and product characterization. Recent advancem
ifficult. In this SBIR Phase I, a technical feasibility trade space is used to evaluate technologies used to preserve biomolecules, such as DNA
tion coating for chemical warfare agents. The coating will be easily applied to surfaces where it will cover and contain chemical warfare age
US Defense and Homeland Security. Solicitation topic CBD13-101 envisions a multifunctional sequestration coating that once applied to a c
fficient barrier coating which can sequester and deactivate chemical agents is urgently needed. We propose a broad spectrum responsive n
The system includes a rugged and lightweight reader that is built on a cellphone platorm, a centralized data server, and bio-surveillance ap
sociated mobile readers, it remains imperative to develop next-generation readers that are location-aware, multi-format, and cellular-capa
further developed for data fusion to both enhance sensor sensitivity and eliminate the need for separate background interrogation, thereb
d focal plane array (FPA) in order to signifcantly reduce the cost of LWIR hyperspectral imagers. In order to realize this goal, it will frst be n
equipment, which limits the overall protective capability of the ensemble. New closure systems capable of providing both the shear and pe
t fabric folds, fabric surfaces, or hook-and-loop closures, and thus do not provide a hermetic barrier against exposure. Creare proposes to d
romised when CB protective uniforms become torn. This project aims to achieve this objective by coating or laminating a shape memory e
a-Champaign (UIUC) have teamed up to provide DTRA with an innovative approach to develop new combined effects explosives (CEX) form
m (BMDS) technologies. The laser platorm will be airborne, ideally on an aircraft with long range, extended loitering time, and stealth capa
CFD targets and simulations. In the proposed Phase I effort, HyPerComp, Inc., will develop and demonstrate capabilities for performing geo
high-speed afterburning base flow predictions. UMiss/NCPA will conduct hot-rocket model tests with afterburning and collect base region a
l analysis needs of the ARMY will be informed by current BrightSpec instrumentation which includes a CP-FT spectrometer operating in eith
terials combined with a polymer electrolyte. The hybrid devices utilize a capacitor-like electrode based on graphene and carbon nanotubes
pe device capable of heartbeat-to-heartbeat estimation of: 1) closeness to hemodynamic decompensation of injured warfghters for the p
ination data by relatively unqualifed individuals due to the lack of qualifed ophthalmologists or optometrists in many remote, hostile, or d
and rearward maneuvers. VTOL aircraft lack sensors to provide protection in their rear hemisphere. Low altitude flight, take-off and landing
with temperatures exceeding the melting point of the liner. The components longevity is largely a factor of cooling. Multi-hole flm cooling b
predicting aerodynamic performance for a variety of flows. The accuracy of CFD is governed by the quality of the surface mesh, and much
molecular flow regimes. The proposed technology builds upon the Unifed Flow Solver (UFS) previously developed by CFDRC, which will be
ly related sensor work in the millimeter/submillimeter, we will focus our Phase I efforts on the new challenges of this SBIR topic. The chief
ators built up from micro-actuator module units. The technical approach is based on state-of-the art prosthetic development where the hu
ner. The container composes a passive energy efficient system for transporting blood and pharmaceuticals in hostile environments for up
o develop an Airborne Enhanced Rear Obstacle Avoidance System (AERO). The AERO system is based on a novel integration of two orthogon
L) aircraft (manned and unmanned) results in the loss of visual cues during approach and landing. This condition is typically referred to as b
ants such as calcium-magnesium-aluminum-silicon-oxide systems (CMAS). In this Phase I SBIR program UES, Inc. proposes to investigate th
CMAS resistant coatings of lanthane hexaaluminate (LaMgAl11O19) material as a suitable substitute to YSZ top coat for thermal barrier coa
and engine components. Waterjet technology has technological and manufacturing merits that are unmatchable by many existing machin
mena associated with short duration propulsive and/or detonative events taking into account the mixed continuum/rarefed nature of the fl
ring (CNSE) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), proposes to develop a low-power neuromorphic parallel processor (NPP). The
operation to high-rate pulse power. A major drawback of current power storage technologies for these applications is their inability to me
face of prohibitive competition for platorm size, weight, and power (SWAP). Traditionally, stand-alone sensor packages were developed si
ay (MPR) health monitoring. This sensor suite will monitor the GCU for changes in component characteristics (e.g. resistance of relay conta
FOV) imagery is desired to increase the efficiency and accuracy of visual tasks performed at a distance. With recent advances in optical com
f III-V and II-VI infrared detectors. Such charges arise from minority-carrier inversion or majority-carrier accumulation layers caused by surf
cal Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Ambient Energy Conversion (AEC) system, which is based on integration of three e
ed via Low Cost Aerial Delivery Systems (LCADS). LCADS parachutes, which account for 99% of operational airdrop, are made out of a polyp
rub typhus, leishmaniasis, and Lyme disease. To protect against insect-borne disease, the U.S. military has formulated clothing impregnate
ting wear and laundering, and compatible with current / future military uniforms. The insect resistant textile is also expected to have no de
owave transceiver integrated circuit which will enable the production of the next generation of precision end-game proximity sensors suitab
unction. Recently this approach has been applied to radar fuzes and seekers meant for missile applications. This work has made various co
uided, extended flight, surveillance projectile. Included in the design will be a miniature control and actuation system, an on-board surveilla
ters capabilities for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR). Orbital Research proposes to design an innovative Miniature Canar
n for accurate urban models. We will perform system engineering analysis of alternatives where necessary to provide a compliant system d
the Governments critical need for new innovative solutions to protect applications and data pushed to the cloud computing environment
ntly detecting, diagnosing, and predicting faults in the network. In tactical networks, faults can be very common, and are typically hard and
ulate and reconstruction, will provide the basis for a new Digital RF Memory where all of the RF components can be removed in place of dig
ics) present this proposal for developing new Digital Radio Frequency Memory (DRFM) technology. The combination of STR"s proven
unications using phased arrays integrated on the Fire Scout UAV platorm. Phased array systems allow for dynamic beam steering with grace
ologies needed for simultaneous operation of the U.S. Navy Fire Scout Radar Autonomous Collision and Avoidance System (RACAS) and Coh
HEL) weapon systems on tactical air platorms. The inertially stabilized Optical Reference Beam (ORB) provided by an OIRU serves as a&qu
The combination of production hardware tailored to the OIRU tactical vibration environment provides a competitive OIRU design on a $/rej
weight, high-speed, and self-powered wireless fber optic sensor (WiFOS) structural health monitor system suitable for the onboard and in-fl
re safely and easily move cargo along the length of the aircraft. The seating system is focused on reducing installation and removal time and
rew to operate. The cargo and personnel system approach shall be capable of carrier take-offs and landings and not reduce current aircraft
ty of the optical local area networks (LANs) by taking advantage of comparatively low-cost silicon P-I-N technology for optical receivers as w
e (TGP) technology with improved manufacturability and reliability over previous technology generations. Advanced Cooling Technologies,
on) Filter, a revolutionary interference mitigation technology that offers these specifc advantages: * It has demonstrated successful mitiga
elds to extend both range and accuracy. Leveraging active transmissions in bistatic and multistatic geometries is a force multiplier that can p
TR modules. A near-hermetic approach using a four-step sealing approach is used, along with additional cost-savings realized in module int
ovide an Open Systems active array technology for emerging Naval radar and EW systems, and for modernization/sustainment of existing sy
w cable from corrosion issues identifed in solicitation N131-035. Launched in Q2 2012, Ultra-Ever Dry coating and coating process allow u
entify threat (and other) signals of interest. In this effort RAS will show how to automate the use of the national databases to extract data
pedo program, to Mine Countermeasures (MCM) sonars. This will yield a new capability of exploiting the material and structural compositi
ts to at least 500 feet AGL for up to four days continuously. The VTOL and comms relay package receive power delivered using laser power
eby 400 Hz power is generated in centralized locations and is then distributed to numerous loads located throughout the ship. This distribu
surface motion by deploying a unique depressor/drogue (D/d) system from two lines underwater below the surface interface conditions. T
of the drive system of military air and ground vehicles. This proposal offers a combination of two innovative and cost-effective technologies
spacing in low visibility conditions, TechFlow will adapt the capabilities of its innovative millimeter-wave coherent chaotic radar technology
ted image processing techniques. The processing and resource requirements to utilize these advances, however, impose an unacceptable b
module that will enable a full range of commercial gas cooking appliances to operate normally and reliably using JP-8 or other liquid fuels, L
y harvesting technology for self-powered variable-transmission eyewear. This technology will harvest from several different ambient energ
munication systems, night-vision devices, and other applications. Although conventional batteries can provide power for a wide variety of du
s detection (E-Det) and a linear Forward Looking Ground Penetrating Radar (FLGPR). The radar designed in this effort will leverage existing
correctness of computer networks in real time. Veriflow operates by scanning a network, constructing a formal model of the network&#039
ly in legacy, pipeline, and advanced military afterburners are proposed for development and demonstration in this SBIR project. The propo
ence of interactions between the important scattering objects on the ship, with sizes comparable to a few wavelengths, and the larger struc
g the potential damage to the strike force from the defenders in a high threat environment, we propose to develop REal-time Mission And P
Route Optimization. TOPDAT will dynamically plan and update air vehicle routes and response to threats in real-time for teams of manned a
ersion capability. Requirements and design viability for a flexible multi-mission system that can support advanced radar modes or high-ban
ft rod-ends are installed in exposed locations, sand and dirt cause damage to the spherical bearings and their liners. By preventing these pa
g unique, cost-efficient and high fdelity manufacturing technology. Gratings are etched into fused silica substrate and contain no organics o
h meets the stringent requirements of a fber-laser based Laser Weapon System (LWS). The diffractive beam-combiner is a key element in t
ed fber lasers. Use of conventional diffraction gratings to combine wavelengths is limited in that metal is inherently absorbing. Regardless
a novel architecture consisting of both hardware and software. Modern video processing and networking techniques will be utilized such th
ers. This system builds on the dual foundation of Aechelon Technology's industry-leading industry-leading pC-Nova(tm) Image Gener
quietly, cheaply, and precisely. Therefore, there is an urgent need for efficient energy storage systems with both high energy and power den
on for aluminum and composite boat hulls. The coating functions as an adhesive for attaching doubler plates. It encapsulates and prevents
nsfer performance for the high heat flux, high power radio frequency (RF) electronic systems used in today's military applications. Th
arachutes are used to drop military equipment and supplies from aircraft. The U.S. Army currently uses Low Cost Aerial Delivery Systems (L
system. Proposed sensor system has a Blast Detection Sensor, Energy Storage Module and Electronics Module. It has its own energy harves
nnas, masts, ladders, armaments, pilot stations, outboard engines, storage bins, etc. In boats, the use of fberglass and other radar-penetra
iction capability. Through the use of innovative algorithms based on reactive-navigation, extension of Genetic Algorithm work, and softwar
technology that can provide aircraft maintainers the communications reliability and bandwidth that they need. The goal of this SBIR progr
ds in hostile environments in the presence of numerous potential sources of electromagnetic interference (EMI). On airborne platorms for
tely model complex platorms but they are quickly constrained by computational limits on traditional workstations. The focus of this resear
ation speed in predicting Co-site Interference among antennas on aircraft and other complex structures. The computational engine utilizes
cal Inertial Reference Unit (OIRU) for Navy Tactical Airborne High Energy Laser (HEL) Application solicitation. The COIRU proposes the follow
oring by offering an innovative solution that delivers high power density energy harvesting and reliable delivery of large volumes of data fro
contamination. Contamination is particularly problematic with oscillating loads. The proposed solution will prevent contamination of plain
ehensive testing of Navy sonar systems prior to their integration with felded acoustic sensors and arrays. Traditionally, the complexities of a
s) will be designed, simulated, optimized, fabricated, and empirically tested to demonstrate the OHP technology's ultra-high heat tra
ation. This program focuses on development of an anti-jamming system (AJS) that is backward compatible with the RT-1944/U radio and ca
ess the received acoustic sonobuoy data. The CMAP algorithms and software are an advanced coherent signal processing chain that is the b
g that provides robust, long-term corrosion protection to the Remote Minehunting System (RMS) tow cable within demanding marine envi
tactical EW library. Since emitter signals can differ markedly from their library signatures (due to drift, new modes, propagation effects, etc
of features used for object classifcation. Thus, it is typical practice for Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop the required reference lib
are from different vendors. As a result of these efforts, combat systems have become a pinnacle of complexity in terms of software deploy
tecture that addresses innovative techniques for the Install, Activate, and Deactivate activities. Install activity covers the transfer from prod
ach to providing long range, over-the-horizon, communications for surface vessels; it uses a tethered electric UAV to carry a radio payload to
nternational Corporation (UnSysCorp), is developing the Modular Aerostat Communications Relay system (MACRel). MACRel is a system for
nd high ship costs. A better approach is to utilize existing 60 Hz equipment and place the 400 Hz equipment at the load site. However, limit
has teamed with Maritime Applied Physics Corporation (MAPC) to deliver a solution employing passive optical sensors capable of detecting
Bridger Photonics, Inc., in collaboration with NP Photonics proposes a novel solution for nonlinear frequency conversion of a unique 2.0 m
st effective system capable of a high probability of detection of low-level undersea sound sources in large shallow water areas. Distributed p
ntial of fxed acoustic surveillance sensors. In this work, we demonstrate the feasibility of integrating a novel, physics-based automatic class
ers"risk and operational assessment of mission plans. Our approach is to extend the current APB-13 Mission Planning Application (M
the execution of these missions. Understanding operational risk is critical, and managing risk is necessary to affect predictable outcomes. T
echoes from fsh for automatic screening, reducing mid-frequency active sonar clutter. Real world data from shallow water is used to deve
daptive waveform-synthesis and CFAR normalization processing based on physical models of resonant backscattering from heterogeneous
tion based on the research of Janet Shields (Scripps, UCSD). The Shields EI uses radiance contrast measurements of the sky/ocean interfac
itime atmosphere to predict laser effectiveness. Atmospheric attenuation data for ranges to the horizon will be needed to support weapon
t of a novel Maritime Atmospheric LIDAR (MAC-LIDAR) capable of providing critical atmospheric characterization information to support th
classifcation and localization (DLC) can be accomplished with joint active-passive sonar signal processing using the hull array. Our system co
re accurate bearing, narrowband frequency, and signal-to-noise (SNR) data), (2) passive state estimation, (3) torpedo launch platorm local
torpedo-detection algorithms are effective against certain models, but evolving torpedo propulsion systems and enemy tactics constantly c
se put lives and platorms at risk. However, current VE training methods still require highly trained instructors to closely monitor student pr
he multiple automated sub-systems within the Conning Officer Virtual Environment (COVE) and will encompass the development and integ
marines operated by some nations. These threats faced by the U.S. Navy have become increasingly difficult to locate using traditional passi
em much more attractive for the battlefeld, not only as wearable systems for soldiers, but also unattended ground sensors a warfghter ca
rate on JP-8 fuel, using a JP-8 blue flame technology, based on a patented fuel conditioner that has been shown to produce a clean, highly
onically Scanned Array (AESA) systems to have more digitized channels for the flexibility of advanced digital beamforming (DBF), Space-Tim
ptical signal to overcome link loss issues found in systems with multiple lossy connectors. This approach will rely on compact packaging of a
g systems, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Underwater Tracking System (UNTRAS), based on implementation
st approach, plates of Aluminum 5086 will be bonded to the hull in appropriate locations. In the second approach, polymeric energy absorb
ns and felds of use from everday consumer applications to advanced military and industrial applications. Some of these applications requi
spenser types cathodes. The current methods depend on a wire that may soon not be manufactured anymore. The proposed method, rad
dation of that wire using eddy current testing.
e missions, including sea control, anti-surface warfare, battle group support, covert operations landings, and ISR (intelligence, surveillance,
of-interest, 3D object models have many benefts. Manual creation of a full range of 3D models would be a daunting task. A method for au
n approach of incorporating Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) sensors into a low cost expendable undersea buoyancy driven device. ExCTD
5B and that last the average life of a ship (40 years), Phase I will (a) apply a"useful lifetime estimation"experimental method to
se of flexible hose assemblies (FHAs) and resilient mounting structures. Resilient mounting structures and FHAs, in particular, are ubiquitou
nt NAVY combat systems. Sedna proposes to use its knowledge of real world sensor behavior, combat system array interfaces, existing high
1944/U with Fidelity Comtech's commercial off-the-shelf phased array, the Phocus Array System. The RT-1944/U is a proven design,
he development of next generation ultra-fast and broadband T/R switches with high isolation (>30 dB) based on thin flms of vanadium d
ated topology converter architecture that would signifcantly improve both low frequency rejection, the high frequency switching noise co
d to power to the electronics in the torpedo. The broadband sonar system cannot operate to its full potential due to noise and ripple from
haracteristics comprised of a set of carbon nanotube (CNT) coating layers that adhere to the optical window ports of the imaging system an
hull (sonar, radar, communications masts etc). Long service life of undersea connectors is critical since maintainance and replacement is diffi
plications in the mid 1990"s. These coatings are applied by a plasma spray process, and the patented technology has reduced the co
tion Processes (EDP) for the development of advanced nonconductive anti-corrosion coatings for undersea cable connectors. EDP has the a
steel that, under normal circumstances, exhibits excellent corrosion resistance and strength over a wide temperature range. Unfortunately,
oftware components deployed across a heterogeneous set of compute platorms and communication devices. Navy sonar operators tasked
careful design and integration of hardware and software. The seaway-induced relative motion between the host vessel and ROV is often d
(LWIR) lasers to much higher power, brightness, and energy. Applications of such sources include spectroscopic detection of the"fng
enges due to the complex nature of the ocean acoustic environment in shallow waters. Although there are complex reasons for the appear
ncreasingly more expensive to own and operate. Daico proposes to ultimately replace specifc tube-based Transmitters with fully Solid-State
amplifers in surface Navy radar, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new amplifer by Spatially Combining in a Radial c
of replacing legacy klystron amplifers in Navy radars. The new transmitter will integrate commercially available semiconductors into a nov
d functions and likelihood ratio surfaces from the un-normalized matched flter output of the MFA system. While doing this we have discov
etection in acoustically noisy littoral waters using existing towed arrays or hull-mounted arrays. These relatively shallow waters have many s
hio Class Submarine Replacement Program. Challenging reliability, maintainability, environmental, cost, and space weight and power (SWaP
ncy buoy HF transmitter. Using less than 24 components per transmitter, it features very high power efficiency and extended battery life. Th
Depending on the scanning parameters, large gaps in pulse trains may confuse current deinterleaver technology, and ultimately confuse Em
from acquisition scanning receivers periodically sampling (spectrally, spatially, and temporally) subsets of the signal environment, to better
easurements from the new scanning receivers in the SLQ-32 electronic warfare suite. Vadum will create an Automated Optimization Environ
he top speed of an EMATT (Expendable Mobile ASW Training Target) vehicle to 14 knots. Aurora will perform systems-level analysis to dete
evere weight and volume constraints. This is aggravated when (i) high speed maneuvers are required to last longer periods of time, and (ii)
provides the combined functionality of a pallet jack, fork truck, and an overhead gantry crane. The proposed mission payload handling syst
s remotely controlled, omni-directionally maneuvering operations. Selected design candidates will be evaluated with respect to their abilit
dling. On the LCS seaframes, A3-Hand"s ability to remotely load, unload and transport a wide variety of payloads in and around ISO c
oramic mast video sensor. Utilizing both LWIR and EO technology the sensor will provide a 24 hour operational capability in challenging ma
ss sintered silicon nitride based on ATC's pre ceramic binder technology and previous nitride ceramic work. The goal of the proposed
mber of performance limitations including inadequate thermal shock resistance, variations in electrical (dielectric constant and loss) and str
me materials are limited by thermal, electrical, and impact performance. ATFI has developed an oxide ceramic matrix composite (CMC) whic
0,000-psi operating pressures. The HPBA incorporates a high-pressure regulator and valve that makes it compatible and component replac
ble of supplying Navy divers with vastly increased air capacity to allow longer submersion time. This system employs multiple small compo
ure, providing 30 minutes to an hour of air supply from a single tank. The Navy desires to increase mission capability for free-swimming div
nced photonic signal processing. The characterization method only requires a high-speed mm-wave source and uses exclusively low-speed
nds of individual soldiers in a highly mobile forward operating base. In this Phase I program, we propose to develop and deliver a lightweigh
powertrain transmissions utilized in rotorcraft. This will entail the use of a nanoadditive to the transmissions of interest. These nanoadditi
s, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a Self-contained Wireless Electrical Health Monitoring (SWEM) system based on a
lusion of Unit Reference Numbers (URNs) and additional parameters during the address assignment process. One of the most crucial enab
article using controlled solidifcation investment casting (CSIC) process is a technically challenging problem. MER is proposing a novel techn
oscillations. The project will be done with the perspective that the mechanism of controlling the oscillastions can eventually be implemen
n result in reduced augmentor performance, increased sustainment requirements, or even catastrophic failure. Screech remains a difficult
ring load, vibration, and acoustic emission (AE) responses corresponding to damages occurring in advanced materials and structures. Our n
event such injury, but personnel in variable pressure environments, such as pilots, often cannot use the best hearing protection due to pre
OC) proposes to develop a new Wireless and Passive Noise Measurement and Earplug Evaluation Sensor (WIPAS) system This system is base
with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) earplugs in a practical and cost effective manner. The most immediate application is the evaluation of
t fuel efficiency. However, composites are susceptible to hidden heat damage, which may occur from fre, exhaust impingement, overheatin
he detection and evaluation of incipient composite heat damage. The merits of the proposed sensor and its advantages over other techniq
ystem for rapid determination of the composite heat damage to airframes. The method employed will be capable of inspecting for heat da
C-2A aircraft with a view to reducing both operator stress and deck residence time during carrier flight operations. Triton Systems, Inc, pro
a cargo roller system that will improve the speed, agility, and flexibility of fleet logistics support operations. The seats will fold against the si
t on military aircraft is demanding. A bi-directional optical amplifying repeater would address the optical loss issue of connecting a fber op
ved in spherical plain airframe bearings. The proposed solution will utilize an advanced low friction cermet. This material will be capable fo
etermine normal forces applied. Transitions, fts, tapers, outer case thickness/wall will be varied to minimize stress and wear surfaces. The
hods of detection and identifcation of potentially threatening ships. As most maritime radars operate at X-band, this EM problem has an ex
uch as ordnance loading, hot fueling, recovery of equipment and personnel, and multiple in-flight mission operations. Mission success requ
ween members of the crew and between members of the crew and the aircraft pilot. Maintainers working on the flight deck or flight line ar
ctronic Attack (EA) Digital RF Memory (DRFM) systems. Typical DRFM technology utilize an RF translation to baseband, Radio Frequency (R
borne star network. Such a system would need to support full-two way communication with up to six other nodes for transfer and relay of
eration EW, radar and wireless communication systems. High-Q tunable notch flters, coupled with high efficiency power appliers (PA) will b
Circuit Based Subsea Long Haul Optical Transponder using photonic integration in InP.
over long haul underwater cable systems where the signal is generated from an undersea node and integrated with an undersea transmiss
mpiler optimizations that are most relevant to highly layered and modular code. STARS will emit binary rewriting rules that will be used by a
an be integrated to replace simplistic CGF behaviors in virtual simulation platorms such as VBS2. SoarTech, along with our partner Aptima,
avy variant of this helicopter is the TH-57. The system will be designed to retroft existing aircraft. The drive system will consist of a perman
ugh clandestine operations. Though Navy submarine and surface ship signatures are measured at land-based silencing facilities or test rang
ojectiles. The ceramic coating will delay oxidation, which causes increased surface roughness, boundary layer transition, much higher heat
S) Motion-induced User Symptomology Toolkit for Evaluating Readiness (MUSTER) to enable unobtrusive, real-time capture, synchronizatio
extends the approach developed for Passive Narrowband Sonar operators in the APB-13 Narrowband Adaptive Trainer. The game elements
ght, frequency-agile MMW source combining wide, continuous, rapid tunability with superb phase noise and moderate output power. Such
andling high energy laser radiation enables the potential for a new generation of low-cost DMs for directed energy weapons. To achieve hig
e the effectiveness of UAS operator selection by adding to the conventional methodology of selection tests new measures for the new skill
e routinely subjected to both occupational and combat stressors and performance failures can have catastrophic effects. Effective performa
ans, and therefore any effective military command will assume that resources must be reallocated to achieve desired outcomes. Unfortunat
Tensile residual stresses are of concern because they accelerate fatigue crack initiation and fatigue crack growth relative to what would occ
system for use on remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). Seashell proposes to design, fabricate, and characterize an anti-ice system based on an e
ss. SA Photonics will team with the University of Arizona Optical Science Center (OSC) and North Carolina State University in the developm
e. The end result of the program will be a device that meets the defnition of Technology Readiness Level 5 or 6. As part of the program w
to generate and receive electromagnetic waves. Radar sensors generate and receive electromagnetic waveforms through custom signal pr
r covering the 81 to 86 GHz band with the goal of a linear output power of 50W at a power efficiency of 20%, > 30% PAE with additional TW
WT) for eventual use in a Microwave Power Module (MPM). The TWT and the solid-state driver system will be designed for future integrati
g to their response time, power consumption, heat load, peak power, and weight related advantages. However, employing EMAs in critical
lectrical resistance strain gauge and accelerometer, cannot adequately measure the true loading history without a specially designed mech
tion Device (COMMAND) that 1) combines AnthroTronix, Inc. (ATinc)'s existing Haptic Automated Communication System (HACS) and
aste thermal loads for the Solid-State Active Denial Technology System (SSADT) eliminating the need for active liquid cooling in and around
r for use in composite solid propellants. Our multi-functional stabilizer coated prilled ADN ingredient will provide superior thermal stability,
n a Yb-silica fber laser due to the higher thermal conductivity (10.7 vs 1.38 W/m C) and the reduced SBS (stimulated Brillouin scattering) g
m, which consists of real-time 3D sensing, processing, and display tools for today"s computers and smart phones. MAPHAC"s l
cost, power consumption, limited IMU accuracy and the need for extensive calibration. A miniature lightweight azimuth sensing device is
elop an innovative manufacturing process for anti-reflection coatings on the front lens surface of soldier optics of all kinds. The new proces
ogy for Mitigation of Intermodulation Spurious Signals Produced in Electromagnetic Environment Generation Systems (MISSPEL) develope
ht power source for dismounted soldiers. The focus of the project will be the development and testing of a complete system including cell
ne technology meets or exceeds the specifcations for a rugged, redeployable wind energy system for military base camp applications. V S
nments and scenarios, from simulator programmers to subject matter experts. However, there is currently no systematic method for assem
ys on a bulk scale; these alloys exhibit potential beyond the classical engineering metals suite. The scientifc and engineering groundwork t
cally tunable over the 8-10 micron range. A metamaterial consisting of one or more bi-layers of thin metal and dielectric flms will trap, con
e with these systems is the lack of sensitivity of the sensors in target detection due to blackbody radiation limit. As a result, one of the man
o expedite diagnosis and triage, we are developing a novel scintillator that offers a unique promise to achieve high-sensitivity, high-resoluti
to facilitate the manufacture of ocular surface prosthetics with a lens diameter up to 24 millimeters. Prior art attempts to measure surface
n an exoatmospheric environment for the development and verifcation of analytic models. Currently little is understood of debris ejection
urces (1110 GHz) toward future electronic warfare (EW), communications and radar systems. RF passive components based on waveguide
eneration and sensing and a workplan to address the needed novel characterization techniques for passive components operating over ver
can be used to generate behaviors in training simulations that are both contextually and tactically realistic. The near-term goal for Phase I is
omation in the prosecution of their missions as part of future naval capabilities. The automation must handle very dense maritime surface
of single emitter laser diodes. A key design aspect of this device is that the proposed laser head is largely based on a multi-emitter pump m
rk for sense making applications. Demonstrated capabilities include optimal pattern classifcation, anomaly detection and complex tempora
tly cryogenically-cooled electro-optical sensors. While capable, these types of sensors come with a higher initial purchase price as well as
quently associated with a severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome, triggered by tissue damage, cytokine and inflammatory media
mproved Soldiers survival of combat injuries. Data suggests that future conflicts will require more aggressive wound management at the po
ease and health crises stemming from ecological changes, population displacement, population density changes, or the disruption of pub
land based Aegis missile to provide early intercept capability. MDA has identifed several technology needs for meeting the next generation
orating existing and newly developed radars, EO/IR sensors, and interceptors to counter new threats, including sensors that are not owned
ic of complex traffic patterns"traces of aircraft, people and equipment on Aircraft Carriers. We call this system that performs automa
apable of correcting moderate to heavy atmospheric distortion of high-power beams. The innovative method described here implements a
ic turbulence. This typically requires adding an illuminator laser to produce a beacon by reflection from the target surface. Since a small sp
duced interruptions (MIIs) to more severe perceptual, cognitive, and motor defcits. Even those who do not suffer from acute motion sickne
ata with OBT/SMMTT data to support integrated team training , provide a stand-alone training mode for individualized instruction using EW
Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Covert Exemplar Low Power Maritime Activity Target-Discriminator (CELPMAT) syste
section; (2) a sensor section (3) and electronics section. The remote nodes will automatically detect and classify high value targets to type
es that will provide all necessary propulsion functions for sustained flight. A turbine-based engine-generator is utilized to provide the vehic
ogy Readiness Level (TRL) of the current MACE technology to support near term insertion into a spaceborne platorm. MACE will be used
wide area (WA) multi-threat hostile fre indication (HFI) system for remotely-piloted aircraft (RPA). The HFI system consists of a comparativ
a laser or electron beam melts a region of powder. Although parameters can be optimized for lowest cost, highest precision, or optimum m
sensors can often determine range and relative bearing to the signal source, but without knowing its own orientation, these data cannot b
PMT) with no at risk rare earth magnet materials that is smaller, lighter and more efficient than the existing alternator that uses rare earth
re. As a result, the wireless links in MANETs are subject to frequent deterioration in quality. MANETs are also susceptible to attacks due to c
0%), Camplyobacter jejuni, Shigella sonnei and Shigella flexneri, while Norovirus is a common viral cause. High risk regions for TD include a
ential threats and adversaries. Currently, training material is often tied to the implementation platorm and cannot be easily redeployed to
er, organize, and maintain knowledge relevant to stability operations. Two factors limit the militarys ability to manage stability operations.
ployment to the Middle East. While not appearing as an overt physical injury, disruptions of a psychological nature are often as debilitating
es show greater metabolic demands during gait and more limited mobility compared to non-disabled individuals. Currently, there is no low
land based Aegis missile to provide early intercept capability. The third stage rocket motor (TSRM) case in the interceptor payload has bee
f very high efficiency and robust transient operation. By virtue of intimate physical integration, without compromising system complexity, t
optical intensities and higher output and efficiency. Quasi-phase matched semiconductors show potential, particularly periodic orientation
PM) material for frequency conversion applications such as second harmonic generation (SHG) and optical parametric oscillation (OPO), du
d missile intercept applications. Inert projectiles offer signifcant logistical and safety advantages over conventional chemical propellants or
mes despite of many research efforts. ScienceTomorrow, in collaboration with Applied Research Lab of Penn State University and its OEM pa
e (CMC) fabrication with recent advances in Field Assisted Sintering Technology (FAST) to demonstrate dramatic cost reduction and improve
operational paradigms have evolved over many decades of experience. However, the anticipated introduction of unmanned aerial vehicles
tegral components of emerging large-scale cyber-physical systems that will be involved in future military operations. Aircraft carrier decks w
Oscillator (MOEO) provides the highest reported spectral purity at Ka-band in a package the size of a postage stamp. This technology, base
g that inherently restricts contiguous bandwidth coverage. Worse, even if one were capable of fabricating a set of such stabilized, frequenc
ess Semiconductor"s high volume manufacturing facility in Bloomington, MN. Schottky CMOS will have a profound impact on the pe
had the minimum required beamwidth and gain to view at least one GPS satellite anywhere on the earth any time of the day. We achieved
ation-hardened design platorm for building radiation-hardened Application Specifc Integrated Circuits (ASICs) with a gate count>10M a
ributed wireless network for use in jet turbines. The network nodes will be capable of supporting sensors to monitor environmental variab
decision and estimation methods for robust and persistent tracking of multiple targets with nonlinearities in measurement and dynamic m
acterize abnormal events detected at operational sites using the DF & NN patented Enterprise Satellite-as-a-Sensor (E-SAS) system. Th
ale up development of mid-bandgap (1.4 eV) chalcopyrite-based PV. We will optimize chemistries of the device, as well as enable increased
rid optical hardware and software metrology technology demonstrated in Phase I, achieving cost-effective, high-speed, and high-resolution
manned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and solider communication devices, transformative advances are needed to increase the electrochemical en
er to enable accurate navigation in GPS-challenged and GPS-denied environments. The architecture exploits INS as a core sensor and applie
hort-wavelength infrared (SWIR) and medium-wavelength infrared (MWIR) spectral range from 0.4 to 5µm wavelengths. The detectors are m
ard sensor data storage along with Ground Support Equipment (GSE) to download data from the SSD to a secondary data storage system. C
oss the unique complexities of the air, space and cyber domains in a way that maximizes utility of the available resources for addressing mis
become a resource for terrorists and criminals. Today, analysts must laboriously sift through vast amounts of data in order to"connect
al human trusting an individual computer, an individual computer trusting a server or network to which it is connecting, a server or network
rth Navigation (ALOEN) technology proven feasible in Phase I. ALOEN is a stand-alone, compact (12 in. x 10 in. x 8 in.), low-weight (6.4 lb), a
d the F-35 Lightning Joint Strike Fighter. Polyimide carbon fber composites offer performance benefts and tremendous operational cost s
tics Tool (MADSAT) to support the Armys intelligence and operational information and analysis requirements in the era of net-centric warfar
ve, and consequently, ill-suited for clinical applications. To overcome these limitations, we propose to develop a microfluidic stem cell analy
morbid stress and anger management disorders are experienced by substantial numbers of service members. Fortunately, a number of pro
rojected to exceed $2.26 billion by 2014. Methods for objective diagnosis of tinnitus are currently nonexistent and direly needed by the mi
arious targets of interest to MDA. The software will have an advanced computational engine, which will be optimized to run on Graphical Pr
s that produce ultra-high pressure tolerance and surface area vessels. These vessels enable physical storage of hydrogen through compress
nd remdiation at Edwards AFB. This new technique has demonstrated promise with similar materials and can be deployed in a modestly siz
nomous Cognitive Topology Management for highly Mobile Airborne Networks (ACTMAN). ACTMAN represents a comprehensive next gen
chniques on a 16 antenna array integrated with Silvus MIMO radios and CDL terminals from BAE Systems. This effort will advance the TRL o
available represents by far the most ever allocated at any one time, representing 50-times the bandwidth of the entire cellular spectrum. W
hat supports future generations of bandwidth efficient military satellite communications and communications links between Remotely Pilo
ed to a very precise location and provide a broad variety of information and intelligence from a denied territory in a deep Battlespace. This
d electromagnetic (EM) shielding for composite and advanced polymer materials systems. Conductive materials include metal coated carbo
geometries in a range of aerospace alloys. The forging process involves a number of steps required to attain favorable material properties (
ng of dual-use carbon fber/polyimide matrix composites with high thermo-oxidative stability (TOS) for use in aircraft components with serv
composites. It was found that a release layer on the aluminum tool with a microstructure similar to that of woven Teflon release plies wa
us composites. New developments include integration of discontinuous Galerkin ideas with the variational multiscale fnite element metho
E) devices developed from Vanderbilt proprietary laterally confgured VFE triode confgurations. As a prototype demonstration device, Scien
ver from the ground up with flexibility and ultra-low voltage in mind, we are able to achieve a 5-20x improvement in energy-efficiency whil
s. The reliability system features a System-on-Chip (SoC) that provides high frequency (X-band and L band) test signals to the Device Under
e purpose of this proposal is to improve the detection of defects when they are obscured due to physical limitations of CT. Lickenbrock has
erm integration on current and planned small and micro unmanned aerial systems (UAS). By using MEMS hair cells currently under develop
ses liquid coolant, specifcally a water-ethylene glycol mixture, for thermal management. Future active denial systems are expected to use
s and manual non-computer based methods for usability assessment along with providing methods for assisting in the remediation of prob
gent is available against West Nile and dengue viruses. Our goal is to develop peptide-derived therapeutics active against West Nile virus,
t between standard issue military footwear and expedition footwear available on the commercial market. While the provision of in-shoe fo
e scale of a city block. In Phase I, we successfully demonstrated that a system comprising retroft air purifcation, temporary shelters and m
ntrol USPL pulses in tactically relevant scenarios. This design substantially mitigates the disruptive influence of turbulence and includes tw
t higher carrier frequencies, which can be achieved only by direct digital representation of the RF signal itself, for both receivers and transm
al instability. To adequately respond, they must quickly and accurately analyze large amounts of raw information. Fortunately, through crow
mbination, is relevant, timely and accurate information, fltered to present the most pertinent data to the decision makers. Commanders h
AVs), but must operate at cryogenic temperatures. Commercial cryocoolers are large and inefficient and are unable to meet size, weight, an
) is the size of the cooler. For platorms on which there is the possibility of using a"thermal battery,"i.e., a reservoir of cryogenic
with non-segregated airspace, restricted operating regions, and sensor occlusions, while tracking and classifying potentially hundreds of targ
and commercial communications infrastructure. A key component in an RF photonic link is an electro-optic (EO) modulator, and current com
n low-noise microwave photonic links associated with military and commercial antenna applications. Specifcally, the modulator will be des
electromagnetic attacks (EMAs) in all their forms: nuclear electromagnetic pulse, high-power microwave, and ultra-wideband. The modula
ectly utilize the thermal and electrochemical effect of the fuel cell through Acumentrics"tubular technology. This intimate contact wit
avy with the opportunity to obtain an electric tail rotor drive system for implementation on existing naval helicopters. The proposing team&
cal awareness that can be deployed from a submerged submarine utilizing existing platorm capabilities. Progeny Systems Corporation pro
hly oxidizing conditions, survive>30 kg axial mechanical loads,>10 kg transverse balloting loads, thermal shock from surface temperat
nd prompt global strike. Inertial loads and high muzzle velocities impose severe operational conditions on the nosetips and suggest they sh
antly more than opaque armor at the same protection level. This is due to the large thicknesses required to provide the required ballistic pr
ile strength, toughness and impact resistance. Novel techniques will be developed for the design and manufacturing of these lightweight c
ss, GeminiTM spaced armor technology, advanced QuintiumTM polymer and a proprietary interlayer (TAS1411) to reduce weight by over 3
m, 685 nm, 700 nm, and 735 nm for airborne detection of ocean mines. The diode pumped solid-state laser system consists of a master osc
n the beach and floating/submerged mines in the ocean. Q-Peak and PSI have collaborated to submit a proposal that leverages the laser sys
ctive validity overall. However, current Navy selection tools are not good predictors of performance for Navy air system AVOs. In our target
ons include target illumination and detection, terrain/object/building mapping, construction, surveillance, industrial process control, and fre
uot;need-to-share"paradigm to aid in historical cyber traffic analysis and cyber target discovery. The alert-to-share capability determ
cing the mission of the Air Force. Precision efforts, minimal collateral damage, rapid response, and nearly unlimited ammunition are comp
scillating heat pipe will be applied to a real world satellite electronics device to transform high heat flux (e.g. 100-300W/cm2) at the device
re of a situation of interest. The goal is to increase the effectiveness of military surveillance by giving a more complete, integrated picture o
space-based infrared surveillance, tracking and targeting capabilities for missile early warning, missile defense, battlespace awareness and
ge pallets containing as many as a dozen skin tools with skin panels that need to be machined are loaded into a large enclosed environmen
etworks, FIRST RF proposes developing a small, lightweight, robust, multi-band antenna concept that can be adapted to provide customiza
s at V/W band, where the wave length decreases to 0.15. Wall designs suitable with acceptable transmission and cross polarization have be
bottleneck that currently exists between Hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL) Scene Generation computing clusters and the sensor stimulators. T
pler, caused by ionospheric disturbances. Without mitigation of these effects, there is no doubt that the natural ionosphere is a major issu
metric amplifers, oscillators, and transducers. In the transmitter at a remote site A, a parametric amplifer using a Planck-mass-scale, movin
RF devices and capabilities into multifunction Electronic Warfare (EW)/Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) networks withou
nd capabilities into EW/ISR networks. We achieve these requirements by employing subject matter experts that include former EW officers
gines by realizing a pressure rise through the combustor as opposed to a pressure drop. One drawback to this form of combustion is the cy
vices. Integrating PGC concepts in gas turbine engines often results in highly unsteady flow conditions at turbine inlet. Further, the backpre
the unsteadiness of the pulse generated pressures, temperatures and swirl to provide the flow information needed to optimize the turbine
onation combustor/engine (PDC/PDE). In Phase I, a discontinuous-Galerkin, harmonic balance code from the University of Cincinnati (UC) w
erials, structural design, and analyses personnel are responding to the opportunity to develop stochastically verifed composite structural d
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problems with current computational resources. The idea behind the proposed technique is the use of analytical rotated overset grids to d
otropic mesh adaptation software module for enabling the efficient computation of high Reynolds number flows in large computational dom
nably accurate in assessing the hydrodynamic performance of naval vessels, the effort required to develop associated analysis models rema
rudimentary manipulation results in excessive time spent working a problem underwater, development of task specifc tools that can be op
ost fuel efficiency. However, composites are susceptible to adhesive bond quality issues, including kissing bonds which may occur because o
antitative evaluation of bond shear strength and assessment of adhesive bond quality in airframe sandwich structures. The proposed appr
ds and bondline integrity in aerospace composites since no currently accepted standard exists. In response AS & T Inc. propose, the C
e defense technologies, both at the tactical and strategic levels. With the emergence of recent threats, plume signature phenomenology is
In order to image targets from long distance, it is important that imagers have high sensitivity and high resolution. This leads to technical g
al aptitude for a cognitive skill. The goal of Phase II is to develop a screening tool by expanding previous multi-dimensional approach develo
improving optimistic modeling techniques. The proposed EDAptive PROMOTE solution, focuses on diagnosing, fxing, and reducing rollbac
ontinuation and development of CDC compaction of W-25Re and other composite materials, processing optimization, fabricating test coupo
feasibility of LED arrays of up to 2048x2048 pixels. In this effort, we seek to further increase the resolution of these arrays by developing te
s available. There is a recent research activity in computer vision community that aims to reconstruct 3-d structure of the observed scenes
nalysis of aerial images in search of elements of interest. Conventional display design for ELT software requires analysts to take their eyes a
when exploiting multiple forms of sensor data. Faced with adaptable adversaries, analysts require advanced training tools that span a vari
ustained rates of fre, require erosion-resistant, high temperature materials and techniques to integrate them. The goal of this program is t
ntrol of turbulent combustion in high-pressure combustion systems by developing a set of game-changing nonlinear analysis tools that can
red data. Models with parameters distributed probabilistically require the estimates of a probability measure over the set of admissible pa
nician, which suffers from a lack of quantifcation, irregular and anecdotal reporting, and does not necessarily include input from caregivers
ntaneous healing. Currently these injuries lead to major impairment of voluntary muscle function in the limbs and extremities, making task
ed at extending this technology to the point that a reliable training regimen can be deployed to a wide range of service and working dogs. T
ve neuroscience studies employing fMRI imaging of the brains of unrestrained dogs while they are in an awake and responsive state. IK9 is
ilable. At the heart of these systems are precision acceleration and rotation sensors. Recently, MEMS-based accelerometers have found wi
oposes to develop a Compact Integrated Silicon Nitride Microresonator Accelerometer (OPTIMA), which is based on a combination of a hig
e new devices can be readily installed without hardware or software changes elsewhere in the network. It is known that achieving this goa
to 1,000 kRPM at power densities of 40 kW/kg (excluding heat exchanger) with an overall system efficiency of 95% or better. Such a motor/
mperature applications such as hot gas stream components in turbine engines. Such alloys are being characterized for their monotonic ten
maceuticals from indigenous commensal microbes to enhance gastrointestinal health in the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). The d
harbors and detect underwater mines. The maintenance and betterment of health of these dolphins in captivity is a priority in order to imp
trategy whereby"safe"systems are still monitored to detect breaches and respond to them. Unfortunately, such monitoring is c
e time, software requirements are frequently dynamic, evolving even during active development cycles. Discrepancies between how softw
of these wakes. Airwake computations guide the design of ship superstructures, improve the fdelity of flight simulators, and save time and
quely innovative approach to measuring the three-dimensional air wake velocity feld behind ship structures and towers. The velocity data
ally lengthy missions. Ideally, such systems would incorporate current and historical data into their decision making processes to generalize
nal memory models for on-board exploitation of long-duration sensor data streams to enable autonomous missions in unknown environm
ly large amounts of data over the course of a mission. Even autonomous systems with high storage capacities can run into storage limitatio
ensity (HED) power source based on the principles of thermophotovoltaics (TPV). The core technology of the HED power source is a novel h
version needed in applications such as portable power systems and unmanned aerial vehicles. A key challenge with TPV energy systems is a
rm, a thermal emitter and a photovoltaic converter. Since these systems typically have no or few moving parts, they provide a long term ma
s a growing need to develop compact, robust systems for cooling, trapping, and studying these elements. In this proposal, ColdQuanta will
dard developed under the DARPA IMPACT program. In phase I we will investigate performance enhancements resulting from immobilizing
s vector atomic magnetometer or a scalar (total feld) atomic magnetometer. We furthermore operate the magnetometer in a regime that i
ns. Today"s information systems often overwhelm decision makers still further. Attention to results of cognitive science can contribut
mmand and control systems must provide the users with the right information, at the right time, depending on the context in which they a
pport systems. Modern military task displays often omit important context which can lead to singifcant errors. This problem is exemplifed
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h seawater. Mine detection programs such as the Coastal Battlefeld Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) system and the Airborne Laser
ata requires scalable information extraction and fusion in collaboration between Man and Machine reasoning. SoarTech, with its proven tra
cient and timely automated production and dissemination of information products in support of doctrinal Decision Points for the Company
Several methods enabling these new features have been developed and tested in recent years and are mature enough for transition. Effort
anging systems, designators, or high-energy lasers as weapons themselves. Countering the threat requires detection of the incident laser ra
y is proposing a compact, high efficiency, diode pumped solid state, q-switched laser based on novel laser diode pumps and a unique solid s
n excess of 1kV that can be used in the demonstration of power amplifers operating at 1 GHz with power added efficiencies in excess of 9
cean environment and properties of the acoustic sources, receivers and waveforms that make up ocean-going acoustic systems of interest t
ple'patches'designed to cover the body for ECG, EEG and EMG acquisition along with auxiliary sensors for temperature and m
ht sensors can provide important information related to both the physical and mental state of the subject. Although sensing modalities and
op and mature models to predict mechanical properties of refractory alloys with an eye toward tailoring these alloys for specifc application
earability, hygiene and signal quality. These device attributes are aligned with the goal of closely coupling devices to the body for best-qual
ve 100 Watt output and greater than 90% efficiency at 1 GHz with 10% bandwidths. We will seek to demonstrate switch-mode amplifers th
ver wide spectral range from the visible to infrared and provide sufficient dynamic range to measure the irradiance levels seen in practice. O
bined approach of extending the wavelength spectrum and dynamic range of current State of the Art laser warning systems. The proposed
hness that has found success in a wide variety of applications ranging from drilling bits to armor piercing projectiles. However, with the cla
gn and analysis tool that will signifcantly reduce the time and costs associated with V & V of complex cyber-physical systems-of-system
ems of systems. The core of the approach is to enhance a system modeling language with sufficient formalism to enable such reasoning at b
urement system capable of operating at temperatures>900°C (1652°F) and streaming static and dynamic data at 5kHz. The system will co
h temperatures is critically important for the development of materials that will enable the next generation of military aircraft, including hyp
oward more electric designs. In response, we propose to develop a system that operates at extremely high speed to provide ultra-high pow
ary computationally-driven frst-principles framework for discovery and design of non-RE-containing alloys for high temperature application
ations. Many microwave tunable devices are bulky and incompatible with RF semiconductor IC technology. The slow tuning response speed
en carbide (WC) metal matrix composite for use as a non-carcinogenic penetrator for armor piercing (AP) munitions for small arms. The ob
d framework for analysis of plastically bonded energetic materials at meso and micro scales. A unique data-mining strategy and model redu
e but cannot meet todays more stringent safety and environmental requirements. Unfortunately, in newer compounds created to replace t
nd geometries that will enable tactical SIGINT exploitation of traditional and non-traditional signals of interest ("NTSOI") for th
g in signifcant system level benefts. On legacy aircraft such as the C-130 and its various versions, incorporation of conformal antennas pose
Many of these aircraft were designed before modern prediction methods and flow controls were available and it is probable that operating c
an excite aircraft structural modes and lead to buffet, flutter, or fatigue-induced failures. Rigorous numerical simulations, wind tunnel and
oor due to the weapons bay, transient surface motions, and fluid-structure interaction. The goal of the program is to develop a methodolo
modules into a multidisciplinary analysis and optimization (MDAO) process in order to enhance propeller design and efficiency across a rang
develop a novel tool for advanced propulsion system design, in particular the open rotor system. The novel design architecture is an enhanc
CW) or quasi-continuous-wave (QCW) operation at room temperature (RT) in the MWIR (3-5 micron) and LWIR (8-12 micron) regions. Whi
an be manufactured in various form factors including flexible cells, based on novel metal hydrated ruthenium (IV) oxide chemistry. The cell
to operate independent of surface vessel conditions allows artic measures when traditional means is not possible. It is now well agreed tha
including - electron upsets, damage to components, power system debilities, and complete satellite failures - are attributed to spacecraft c
comprise of a micro-antenna tuned to terahertz reception and an integrated Metal-Insulator-Metal diode. This system captures infrared rad
optic beam-steering technology that utilizes ultra-fast electro-optic active plasmonic waveguide arrays to achieve very wide scanning angle
this weight a diver will be able to self-propel using his legs and fns. The system must ensure the divers safety at a working depth of 1000 ft
a high power, continuous wave (CW) Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) array. The output from the array elements will be beam combined mon
ed in employing conformal antennas to their aircraft. Because conformal antennas minimize the impact to the flight performance of aircraft
can be met using advanced propeller and propfan technology. However, identifying designs that balance performance and acoustics requi
ue to the Chinese monopoly of rare earth production, which undermines our national security and competitiveness in the defense and cle
and reliable systems for embedded systems. Compared to their desktop counterparts, embedded devices are facing more security challeng
mable multi-band compressive imaging system. The team demonstrated three key technical concepts that prove the feasibility of this pow
quipment (PPE) system designs are often extremely slow, expensive, and subjective, resulting in signifcant delays and expense in the feldi
erable to the attack that damaged it; so replacements should provide equivalent services implemented differently. This defense can be app
n deployed aircraft bay doors so as to allow aircraft designers to evaluate/include them in the early design process. As part of it, we will con
ide feld-of-view (WFOV) digital imagery to be displayed on high resolution microdisplays. These digital HMD systems require sensor prepro
VPHS) that will provide signifcant performance improvements over currently deployed systems. Our concept will achieve the government&
echnology and prototypes to meet the HVD objectives and will allow for the natural viewing of streaming 3D data from a variety of sources
(LVC) environments. Gateways and data translation specifcations assist different systems that use different communication protocols in cr
adiometer for measuring total path attenuation on a satellite to ground communications link. Design goals for this instrument include a com
rate to synchronize collective mission planning, briefng, and debriefng activities. To improve collaboration among distributed crews, techn
engine that is designed to provide the image processing requirements of helmet mounted imaging systems. The VPHS will input high resol
se capable of ingesting, conflating, and aligning a wide range of static and dynamic data. The system will implement a massively parallel co
n addition, retroft of a more capable HUD into an existing airframe is complex and the bulk of the HUD competes with other display system
play. We have designed a optical system with a minimal number of elements that can readily be reconfgured to ft multiple cockpits witho
to develop modeling capabilities to be used with portable sensing platorms for predicting the transport and dispersion of volatile organic
ces on both unclassifed and classifed networks. For the unclassifed use scenario, these mobile devices may be enterprise owned or pers
Control Technology (PROACT), to meet the Air Force objective, namely"develop a standards-based access control mechanism that wil
is critically needed by our warfghters in today"s complex battlefeld environment. To address this need, CFDRC is proposing an innov
rvicing Requests for Information (RFI) because of the growing plethora of GMTI collection systems and multiple forensic data archives; how
sensor data has outstripped the ability of existing evaluation tools and techniques. The work proposed here will result in two key products:
on, targeted for recipients? geographic locations, fltered on their credentials, made persistently available if so designated, and tailored for
and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) aircraft prevents the Air Force from realizing the full capability of its airborne r
ed by space-based IR sensors. The IR data is typically massive and needs to be made available to warfghters via a very narrow (56k) comm
eir performance improves, incorporating digital beam-former (DBF) designs into future SATCOM satellite payloads has become an increasin
tic spread spectrum waveform for utilization in secure communications over the target Air Force SATCOM environments. The focus will be
dress the Air Force"s needs to reduce size, weight and power (SWaP) of future SATCOM terminal equipment. Our proposed solution
all information is equally credible or trustworthy. What is needed is the ability to examine inconsistencies in contextusing an understandin
analysis tasks. Using knowledge extracted from various sources, including entities, relations, and events, intelligence analysts identify releva
f loosely connected cells marked by centralized decision making but decentralized execution of operations, where individuals are increasin
i-automated resolution of conflicting, suspicious, inconsistent and deceptive information (CSI-Info). The methods employed will adapt prev
s amounts of data, much of which may be used in a cross-domain security context. All of this data must be assigned an appropriate classifc
CDD-AAID) to seamlessly support the flow of correctly classifed, releasable security metadata to enable rapid dissemination of intelligence
unctional lines. Despite the increasing sophistication of the information systems supporting them, Warfghters are confronted with"st
fcally, military commanders and operators do not have timely and accurate information about what resources are available to them, where
e force capability management across air, cyber, and space domains. To achieve this goal, we will use semantic web tools and standards to d
t is crucial to protect them against new and unknown threats. The feld of trusted computing has grown to provide assurances that the soft
ex network infrastructure, determine a method for securing communications, and demonstrate the feasibility of our approach to quantify a
o accelerations and rotations in a small package using fast-light enhancement. In an optical IMU, the rotation sensitivity depends on the are
lex systems design. It involves building on an already developed engineering integration and trade study tool (ModelCenter) paired with a
er understanding of complex space systems, improve communications among key players in the research and development process, and aid
ormance, system architecture, cost, schedule, risk, standard compliance, and other factors that decision-makers need to address. A team o
nd increase efficiency (by over 20% relative) from the state-of-the art pulse tube cryocoolers and maintain its long life and low vibration ch
sponsorship of AFRL provides a robust sensing capability which includes passive and active sensors with search, detection, tracking, and im
istive emitter arrays fabricated on silicon (Si). There exist additonal wavelengths of interest whose emitter devices require fabrication in oth
timulation with high dynamic range. Our emitter technology is based on GaInAsSb quaternary semiconductor LED arrays hybridized to CMO
800 Hz with growth potential to 2 kHz, and a 1024x1024 spatial format scalable to 2kx2k in the future fabrication. The threshold operation
buted operation. These exercises produce mission data that must be disseminated to all local and remote players for instructional and rese
ted mission operations, i.e., LVC operations, are getting increasingly complex, exceeding the traditional capabilities of separate component
l Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new see-through Multi-Layer Aberration-Compensated Guided Image Conformal Head M
eployed head mounted displays. In addition to size, weight, and power shortcomings, current systems also fail to provide the high acuity an
nt holographic waveguide optical visor for potential integration with combat pilot helmet-mounted displays (HMDs), Luminit, LLC proposes
icine, security, and defense, among others. To study safety and potential health hazards of EM devices, high-fdelity voxelized anatomical b
zation, feed, and gimbal technologies, customized in an affordable, modular, scalable, low-profle high-efficiency antenna subsystem capab
fy the AF131-047 objective, to"Develop a cloud computing architecture that can transport infrared data securely and in compliance
tes. Adaptive beamforming further enhances this flexibility by more effectively removing interferers in the spatial domain. However, adap
s applications providing featureless transmission characteristics as well as the capability to overcome jamming or interference. BENEFIT: M
advantages over the above implementations by leveraging low-cost silicon CMOS technology. Our key technology in this SBIR is the IF L-ba
se and commercial sectors. Tactical SATCOM, such as WGS, require increasingly broadband information contents such as high resolution su
ge our mature commercial network traffic analysis system, FlowTraq, to design and implement a powerful new system, which we call FlowT
ace area and size distributions, and for time- and size-resolved collection of these particles for off-line analysis. This instrument combines t
on multirole aircraft, Third Dimension Technologies (TDT) proposes to develop a new low-cost Warfghter 3D Gaming Environment (W3DGE
ltiple roles, pilots are now presented with an extraordinarily complex set of tasks to master in comparison to third and fourth generation ai
e will create a high-fdelity, easily-deployable flight simulator to provide a training and rehearsal environment for next-generation multi-role
ency data from live aircraft, instrumented ranges, and distributed mission operations simulation environments is represents a unique and c
he effects of these devices on the human body. With today"s technology Air Force and other researchers are only able to model the e
enhance US military capability to defeat asymmetric threats. This program will develop the capability to predict the transport and dispersi
e enormous cognitive demands on operators and teams. When demands are too high or tasks are not properly allocated, performance deg
cK (CLOAK) system. CLOAK provides a comprehensive set of proven attestation methodologies, attesting the Remote Assets from the lowes
s on-the-move warfghters to send and receive time-critical alerts and advisories tailored for specifc geographic regions. A methodology a
s essential to the safety of the warfghter and successful execution of mission objectives. Personnel on-the-move present challenges to the
nnas on F-35. By leveraging a novel wideband low profle array architecture, signifcantly lower scan loss is achieved; this provides stronger
h military and commercial applications. The need for high speed inter-flight communication and data transfer is validated by the existence
for SATCOM links for airborne ISR assets and the data products they generate, such as full motion video and EO/IR imagery and data. Prio
ses. Naturally, this calls for a higher bandwidth communication backbone in the feld. This demand has spawned a requisite for an airborn
agement capability for the Air Force, which we will name CIRRUS, short for Cloud-based IR Remote User Services. CIRRUS will provide high
crodisplays utilized. A high-performance, low-cost microdisplay system is proposed, based on a 4096 x 2240 resolution (4.5um pixel pitch)
single image makes it an invaluable asset to the military. Although providing this capability for helmet mounted display (HMD) systems pos
ging prior synthetic teammate research to develop a generalized and reusable natural language interaction (NLI) development toolkit for co
dios as a Low-Power-Cost-Weight, Rapidly-Installable, Medium-Range, Interplane Communications Capability (LIMRICC) between US Air Fo
V and W bands using only a passive ground-based sensor. The sensor measures the radiometric sky temperature in sub-bands between 66-
case of remotely piloted aircrafts (RPA), their small size, slower cruise speeds and climb rates exacerbate the probability of their involveme
TTRE) built upon Prepar3D, a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), visual simulation platorm. Lockheed Martin, the developer of Prepar3D and
lation environment, capable of predicting the spatio-temporal distribution of Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC) levels emitted by a person fo
AC) mechanism that goes beyond (yet leverages) traditional Attribute/Role Based Access Control (ABAC/RBAC) approaches. We propose to
posts requires a high degree of robustness and redundancy in the event of a nuclear attack. One key feature of this transmission and rece
logistics infrastructure and response-coordination capability. With an increasingly-global proliferation of nuclear capability, Air Force faces
tric IR sensor, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Multi-Aperture Coherent Interferometric Telescopic Array Infra
e new system is based on interferometric principles, is scalable, light-weight, and uses easily replicable inexpensive optics. The optics, dete
nics modules inserted into a card carrier, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Separable near-Isothermal Refresha
for remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). After idenfying and assessing the approaches, this effort develops the most promising and commerciall
next generation Head Mounted Display (HMD) requirements and pave the way for practical real time holography for holographic video dis
n the night". As night vision goggle technology has matured, we have required more from pilots and are asking them to fly multi-role
rtunity to advance 3D displays to a new level of performance. HOLOEYE Systems, Inc. (HSI) is actively involved in the development of ultra-
sitive aerosol monitoring instruments, and even dilute concentrations can be linked to health hazards. Without a means to detect airborne
nhaled, however, engineered nanomaterials (NMs) can elicit adverse cardiopulmonary health outcomes that scale more closely with particl
e areas of role-based competency defnition through the use of Mission-Essential Competencies (MECs), live-virtual-constructive (LVC) simu
n be used to expand the exit pupil but cannot be used to expand the feld of view or improve angular resolution. SBG Labs has developed a
s operations using Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) and in Air Operations Centers (AOC). Training Airmen for these operations using simulatio
team training. To mitigate this training availability problem, training simulations need to incorporate constructive entities as teammates in a
y mitigate thermal loading associated with munitions flight speeds greater than Mach 5. Excessive thermal loading causes the viewing dom
ave infrared (LWIR) capable of extended operation at a speed between Mach 4 and Mach 7 and an altitude between 50,000 and 70,000ft, f
uster production, formed into an atomic beam, accelerated and implanted into polymers of interest for air stability studies as well as prelim
on that occurs on the particle surface, which leads to signifcantly diminished performance during combustion. We propose to improve the
sidual missile fuel to generate a detonative event that will signifcantly enhance the blast of the warhead upon impact. This entails the des
sign, develop, and demonstrate an innovative"Single Event Fuel-Oxidizer Explosive"(SEFOES) to augment the fuel-air explosion
ichimetric conditions and then detonate or at least deflagrate the cloud with a single event system. Our concept relies upon rapid shock c
vides two way wireless communication through earth, water, and salt water. The range through these media is anticipated to be signifcant
) system for on-board data acquisition (OBDA) and fuzing systems used during weapon development research programs. The Phase I effort
ased on McQ"s extensive RF communication, embedded electronics, data recorder, and shock hardening experience, it will develop a
mposites that mitigate corrosion and provide EMI shielding under severe mechanical strain over a temperature range of -145°C to 450°C. O
deband electromagnetic shielding and high power microwave hardening of aircraft signal and power cables. Materials Research Institute p
bility to efficiently absorb the electromagnetic radiation in strategic bands in the RF and microwave region is anticipated to provide valuable
dio frequency (RF) transmission and shielding properties for military aircraft. Materials that allow RF transmission at sensing/communicatio
timal shielding materials. The structure will provide a 65 to 75% weight reduction over an aluminum or steel enclosure while providing the
stems have been used extensively in enclosures for due to their signifcant weight and manufacturing advantages, but have not been able t
advancement of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), operating envelopes at high altitudes are evolving. UAVs are loitering at high altitudes for u
altitude unmanned aircraft. These new mission requirements translate into service temperatures as low as -100oF and as high as 275oF, in
es. Such operation can cause sections of the aircraft to experience temperatures as low as -100°F, much below the traditional aircraft minim
ents to optimize but one that is often overlooked is faceplate. The faceplate serves both as a substrate for the photocathode as well as a m
g surface traveling waves. Maintenance of these coatings has been historically difficult. Specialized aircraft coatings can degrade over time
ware in the loop (HWIL) stimulation of imaging sensors. Presently, a majority of the image projection systems are based on micro-resistor a
g and semiactive laser (SAL) guidance in a gimbal-free concept, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new ultrawide-fe
being multi-waveband passive infrared imaging, and the second mode being a semi-active laser (SAL). The multimode system is required b
SBIR will pursue development of a Semi-active Laser (SAL) sensor and a passive infrared (IR) sensor into an integrated seeker for precision a
livered weapons by providing a low cost, small form factor, multi-function radar seeker which has a flexible architecture which supports m
munication systems design; radar systems design; electromagnetics (EM) analysis and modeling; antenna design; RF design; advanced proc
which will have high air and moisture stability, energy density and burn rate compared to current state-of-art technology. The proposed app
s applications; however, the practical application of the technology has not matched its promise. One area of particular interest is in produc
quency (RF) interference from external electric equipment. The proposed approach is to reduce the weight of the shielded enclosure while
tly parallel or grazing to the plane of the surface. This is in contrast to the phenomena of specular reflection, where incident energy is at so
and, optical-fber-coupled microwave-feld sensors that can be used for the test and evaluation of coatings applied to the surface of aircraft
ating (A2IC) system to recoat damaged or worn air inlets of performance aircraft. This innovative design will signifcantly reduce downtime
rformance coatings to the inlet ducts of several major programs. These successful systems are comprised of off-the-shelf FANUC robots out
and engine systems. In order to facilitate the accelerated insertion of new composite materials, there is a need for an improved analysis m
geometries in a wide range of aerospace alloys. The forging process involves a number of steps required to attain favorable material proper
nal mobility as their weapon systems. This SBIR topic seeks innovative antenna designs for unmanned aerial vehicles that are robust enoug
ation at stand-off ranges. These systems require relatively short pulse width, transform-limited linewidth pulsed lasers with high pulse ener
urate geo-registration and navigation while precisely characterizing their uncertainties. The framework adopts a multi-pose constrained esti
ming prevalent in the surveillance community. A universal shortcoming of these algorithms is their inability to provide an accurate estimat
oduction of more-electric aircraft, increasing requirements for on-demand high-quality power for flight controls and electro-mechanical ac
o perform research, development and demonstration of energy management optimization tools based upon existing UIUC and CUA experti
ks capable of operation up to 500oC, based on 4H-SiC complementary lateral JFET technology. The following integrated circuits will be desig
l managements of high power electronic components. The proposed TIMs is composed of highly conductive fbers to improve the bulk ther
Air Force. Continued development of these vehicles relies on the ability to cool the combustor using the fuel. The cooling capacity of kero
ms (EPS) on modern airborne platorms. In addition to ever expanding peak and regenerative power demands, several of the loads can intro
sing energy density, while maintaining or improving ignition characteristics of the bulk fuel. When used in stable dispersions of small perce
ergy of liquid propellants via addition of stabilized aluminum nanoparticles. Aluminum oxidizes readily to create aluminum oxide and releas
will hinge on the ability to enhance the efficiency for low fuel burn while maintaining world-class performance. Florida Turbine Technologie
ns with a high degree of specifcity to nonvolatile soot. Currently, no single instrument is available that can provide complete characterizati
RF, rapid product development, integration and miniaturization efforts by Coherent Logix, Incorporated. The proposed Xwatch program ha
t aircraft (MV-22 or CH-53) as it potentially exposes Marines and aircraft to enemy hostilities for a signifcant duration of time as 120mm mo
l weapons platorms, specifcally the Radio Frequency Vehicle Stopper (RFVS) and the Active Denial Technology (ADT) system. In the Phase
e System (FiNEAS) that was developed and proven feasible in Phase I. This self-powered system employs a sonar to locate fshing nets at dis
tethered wing. The system will be capable of generating 10 kW and will be equipped with a backup generator for use during periods of low
hase I, with third-party UXV software integration. * Designing interfaces and data models for planning, executing, and assessing *multivaria
and Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP), thereby enabling use on a variety of previously inaccessible platorms (e.g., soldier mounted, UAV/M
he bearing so as to enable axial bearing movement independent of bearing rotation. HMCs rationale for this approach was that the deline
o the receiver. However, next generation radars have increased transmit power and existing limiters are not able to protect the receivers. T
sites. This research leverages hardware previously developed by Metis Design Corporation (MDC), including distributed digitization hardwa
eddy current inspections on steam condensers. The system aligns the eddy current inspection probe over the appropriate condenser tube
mprove upon existing sensor and data registration solutions by implementing internal models capable of adapting to highly variable opera
packaging technology for application temperatures up to 1350 & #176;C, and demonstrated them in the combustion environments of
g waterjet technology. This non-abrasive technology uses the growth and collapse of cavitating microstructures in the submerged jet over t
logy based solutions. In Phase I of this SBIR, Voci demonstrated the feasibility of automatically clustering audio with useful false-positive an
s a B-Band surrogate for the satellite that provides a S-WCDMA or WCDMA bent pipe to a MUOS-Aero compatible Base Station. This archite
e, including between individual dismounted infantrymen. Competing wireless services, self-protection electronic countermeasures (CREW),
e targets (small boats, periscopes, and land vehicles) and dismounts that extends across the open water, surf zone, and beach. This suite o
c."s (UTRS) approach to continuing the design and development of the Automatic Test Markup Language (ATML) Workbench and the
time intensive. The range of experience in the MCM staff further complicates these processes. Existing tools such as MEDAL provide some s
cing, in Phase II, the new See-Through Enabled Efficient Adaptively Focused Lightweight Low-Cost Head-Worn Display (SEEALL-HWD) system
ask Management. Progeny will establish the TRACKER software design by analyzing required functionality, decomposing the system into a s
Areas such as harbors and other close quarters navigation and operation are an expanding area of mission requirements. Specifcally, surfa
ptics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Handheld Size-Resolved Particulate Monitor (HASPAM). This proposed technology is bas
d verifying such systems. Vecna will address this challenging problem by investigating and developing four key desirable characteristics of su
asures in designing electronic systems in enclosed or partially enclosed spaces) with a strong potential for breaking the barriers in terms of
t the input fber bundle, the combining section, and the output to the gain fber can be individually improved and optimized and then the c
ulation capabilities to support improved investment decisions throughout the weapon system lifecycle. Specifcally, the main objective of
d in the RPA fuel tank to continuously measure, update and report Cetane number to the engine electronics for control of engine settings fo
Endurance (IMPULSE) to provide a paradigm shift in the performance of small unmanned aircraft systems (SUAS). The development of IMP
ce proposes a 2-ITB, 500 LBT turbo-fan engine equipped with ITB driven fan capable of running a generator, thru a second ITB in variable m
ew backdrop against which the performance of traditional aircraft powerplant technology is no longer acceptable. Thermal efficiencies of
. The work to be performed in the fve tasks within the 9 month Phase I effort is described in detail in the full proposal. The applicable aircr
mance, reliability, maintainability, cost and supportability. Mission requirements such as extended endurance, increased power for auxiliar
able speed inputs from either the internal combustion/heavy fuel engine (IC/HFE) or the high speed permanent magnet motor (PMM). Thi
ng life and heat generation models. Since the internal bearing geometry changes with temperature, mechanical stresses, contributing to fa
re large flight loads like hydraulic actuators are replaced with electrical analogs powered by high voltage (270) direct current (DC) systems.
esignated AUG3D, that is intended to provide physics-based, multi-level, validated computational simulations of turbine engine component
ultiple heterogeneous sensor streams of remotely linked data for which training is essential for effective mission execution. These new sup
e technologically advanced they are expensive to procure and operate. Signifcant cost reduction would be a major beneft. One of the prim
s in maintenance action efficiency, increases in safety, and reductions in cost. Current HUMS provide diagnostic and prognostic information
e I program, General Nano demonstrated the ability to improve the mechanical and electrical properties or existing laminated composites u
Einstein Condensates (BECs), with applications including BEC fundamental science experiments, sensors and atomic clocks. Operational fea
y equipment that is currently cooled with 80°F air that is produced by a 40°F chilled water supply. Shipboard chiller efficiency can be increa
tube. There are three primary challenges with this approach: First, existing magnetometer systems are too large to ft on a typical tube-lau
(OTW)-synchronized RF environment emulator technology prototyped and demonstrated in Phase I. The Phase II design and development
he goal of the Phase II effort is to mature that sensor into a system that can be qualifed in spherical bearings such as AS81820 and AS8181
el of damage, the part will require repair or replacement to make operable and safe for flight. While there are many different types of repa
duct an approach to near-Category I precision utilizing Precision Encrypted Y Code available on both L1 and L2 signals from the Global Posi
ocessing has allowed for the detection of some smaller and faster targets, largely due to the wake generated by the boats. However, detecti
y (RF) jammers and radar emitters across the Information Operations Range (IOR), Physical Optics Corporation (POC) is developing a new Ja
Architecture (SOA) that will leverage the connectivity of the GIG to enable Network Centric interoperability and collaboration between Mar
ehicles. The mission success hinges on timely and accurate decision-making for responding to dynamic situations in the area of operations
challenge in that collision threats can be either cooperative or non-cooperative. Cooperative aircraft are here defned as being equipped w
kdown voltages of 1000 V and linear current of 50 A. These devices will be fabricated through a combination of novel epitaxial structures an
ed a design for an ultra-wideband, power-efficient, high-performance analog-to-digital converter (ADC) using a novel combination of electr
ce polymer dielectric compositions, low-cost capacitor production process, and robust capacitor design guided by modeling. It is expected
n of the purpose of the operation and the desired end state. In addition, it is supporting intent across multiple operations and missions. Inc
Mounted Displays (HMDs) incorporating scanning optical fbers. The single mode optical fber preserves the coherence of the light source,
zer and coherent lidar system. This system will be capable of real-time measurement of both local and standoff particle emissions with com
nformation Grid Interface for Electronic Warfare systems small business innovative research (SBIR) program provides a comprehensive Serv
;s high daily rate of touch-labor maintenance and rapid return-to-service. One barrier to HVM is scheduling of the maintenance. Currently,
touch-labor maintenance and rapid return-to-service. We propose to research the best concepts in the commercial and military arenas to
s to remote feld stations. Current limitations in the computational capabilities of mobile computing devices require that the software be p
orithms for"Operational Specifc Emitter Identifcation (SEI)", aka Specifc Emitter Tracking (SET) or Combat Identifcation (CID),
s for traditional electronic intelligence (ELINT) emitter identifcation (ID) methods: (1) the sheer increase in radio frequency (RF) emitters sh
is software for computing aircraft store trajectories and quantifying the risk of trajectory deviations resulting from unsteady flow in the we
vated risk for adverse separation events. The methods developed will require from the user only data that is typically available prior to deta
highly-resolved Detached Eddy Simulation (DES) Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) data which has been compressed and stored in an ea
strain of structural components in high temperature harsh environment applications. During Phase I, Environetix will leverage extensive ex
ly piloted aircraft (RPA) to perform real-time reporting of mid-air-collision (MAC) threats, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to dev
oves large amounts of waste heat from aircraft with negligible impacts on signature and aerodynamic performance. Our WHRS absorbs he
d other electrically based technologies from aircraft is proposed. The proposed innovation removes heat from air platorms in a manner tha
rcial digital systems, and the most common cause of electronic data corruption for many of these systems is electromagnetic interference (
tems and cause mission abort or even endanger the crew. HPEM energy couples into these systems mostly through the conductors in the
s a reduction in non-linearities of the power amplifer sections. Fiber non-linearities, such as stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS) and stimu
esses the specifc challenges associated with counter-pumping large-mode-area (LMA) double-clad gain fbers. Based on modeling and de
ble for all current phased array control technologies. The proposed beam director signifcantly simplifes the design of HEL phased arrays b
t and lightweight beam director design for high energy laser phased array weapon systems. Our expertise in target based phase measurem
airborne platorms, Optonicus proposes the development of a new Advanced Phased Array for Conformal High Energy (APACHE) weapon s
rs of 1kW and up, i2C Solutions propose the development of a conformal thermal ground plane (TGP) technology to interface with heat sin
kW) fber amplifers, Optonicus proposes the development of the FibeR Array Cooling and Holding Management SystEm (FRAME) for high p
ell as scintillation and atmospheric turbulence. The approach makes use of flexible, parametrized vehicle models that are capable of repre
g of the laser weapon. Even in an environment free from the effects of the atmosphere, there is still the issue of pointing the laser weapon
poses to develop a new clip-on Sensor-Fused Multispectral Adaptive Low-Power Low-Weight Enhanced Resolution Helmet-Mounted Displa
ve infrared (SWIR) cameras, an embedded image processor and dual digital displays to present the imagery to the pilot. The SWIR cameras
e desired COTS portable mobile device, whether it be an Android-based smartphone or a Windows-based tablet computer. The SOE is one
te, and standardized releasability markings. Existing sensors, information sources, and data processing tools do not all produce the require
-11-C-0046,"Design Tools For Highly Regular Circuit Geometries"to develop a set of design tools and analog cells specifcally fo
e coding and symbol rates to maximize throughput and minimize power consumption for a space-based W- and V- band transceiver. BENE
unication architectures using W-band (for uplink) and V-band (for downlink). An innovative approach to enable a very wideband modem fo
The product is a physics-based methodology and associated software for a analytical model to simulate the manufacturing process for Cera
band GNSS radio navigation spectrum, offering simultaneous anti-jam (A/J) and situational awareness (SA) functionality. Both the 4- and 7-
NSS emitters. Knowledge of the location of these emitters will enhance the situational awareness (SA) of weapon systems and improve the
st next generation, aircraft ready, self-reference (T & P compensated) multi-point fber optic oxygen sensor (FOxSense) network system
military aircraft operations. In particular, military aircraft emphasize mission capability as one of the primary objectives, thereby making relia
al (EMA) actuator for next-generation thin-wing military aircraft flight control. This topic seeks to develop advanced rotary EMA technologie
trol surfaces directly at the hinge line in the next generation of thin-wing aircraft. Proposed for this application is an advanced EMA techno
mal barrier coating architectures and processes to guide the design and selection of a newly defned material/coating system, and to demo
em capable of producing atomic and/or molecular beams with velocities corresponding to energies of 50-100 keV and suitable for Space ap
to effectively analyze FOB energy efficiency under various confgurations and assess the impacts of current and emerging conventional an
., welding, joining, machining, casting, heat treating, press ftting, etc.). They are of particular concern to the aerospace industry because t
tionary technical break-through required in the successful development of improved detection and mitigation of hot target saturation and i
nd pyrolysis (PIP) method is to ensure a fully dense matrix. Material loss during a pyrolysis cycle requires multiple reinfltration and pyrolys
model is derived from a consistent thermodynamic framework for diffusive-reactive flow of an anisotropic, non-linear viscoelastic fluid thro
the amplitude, phase, and frequency modulation of a returned signal. This enables the uses of holographic laser radar to obtain fne resolu
nd reporting in real-time the oxygen concentration in the fuel tank ullage of advanced tactical aircraft such as the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
nge of next-generation aircraft. To implement this strategy, we propose to develop a control system to confgure the Adaptive Power and T
ponent degradation, and undesirable interaction between the source and loads. Transient disturbances have historically been related to no
tion, and mass-based emission factors (indices) as an alternate to EPA Method 5 currently used by DoD for reporting turbine particulate ma
vatively results in annual fuel savings greater than $260 million. U.S. forces currently consume about 300,000 barrels of petroleum-based fu
ower Sources (MEHPS) needs of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) in the Medium power regime as described in the recent Analysis o
n and Warfghter vulnerability in theater. Fielded systems suffer from inefficiency, weight, bulkiness, high cost and inadequate autonomous
eet operation specifcations and to identify areas that require rework to meet tight manufacturing tolerances. Current measurement metho
an be tailored to minimize the vulnerability of flexible electronic devices to environmental threats commonly encountered during military u
ed Aerial Systems (SUAS) equipped with Wide Area Motion Imagery (WAMI) sensors. Given the increasing image capabilities and the small
eo processors for small unmanned aircraft systems. High defnition streaming, video processing and compression, low SWaP and fast devel
nsor"s feld of view using gimbals, or a high peak power laser pulse and a very large focal plane array at the imaging plane. Both tec
mission capability. Identifying regions of interest (often performed though object recognition) enables selective video compression and max
n sufficient image texture and a variety of divergent camera viewpoints, camera pose and scene structure are fully recoverable. Further, so
motion algorithms have advanced considerably in recent years, little work has been performed which leverages the constraints relied upon
a geosynchronous AEHF communication satellite is sought. Toyon proposes an electronically reconfgurable antenna (ERA) placed in the foc
ed Department of Defense (DoD) applications and needs with increased power demand and higher temperature operation ranges. To mak
EM boat ride control actuator. By exploiting the natural physical scaling laws we can create an even more efficient larger motor which opera
ners. Their prediction is very challenging due to nonlinear interactions between various complex phenomena, including acoustics, combus
ter for Advanced Technology (CCAT), is developing the concurrent use of multiple sensor types and methods to collect laser drilling proces
actors available, their specifc power and their cost. Traditional silicon solar panels are prohibitively large for widespread utilization, and ev
time radar function including the scheduler/controller, waveform generator, transmitter, and receiver in a closed loop fashion. The need for
m that includes specifcation of the feedback mechanism from the receiver to the transmitter and specifcation of performance metrics to a
I signal processing algorithm which a hybrid of two existing methods; along-track interferometry (ATI) and the displaced phase center ante
mination in a fber-pigtailed, W1-connectorized microwave package having the following specifcations: (a) Responsivity>0.7 A/W at 155
e used as additives in hydrocarbon based jet and liquid rocket fuels. Using our extensive experience in nanomaterials synthesis, processing
fuels using carbon based nano-particles, hence avoiding challenges currently being faced by metal-based particles including particle stabili
prediction of store separation. In this approach, multi-block structured Cartesian grids with varying grid resolution are used to cover the ma
ment applications by exploiting advances made in optoelectronic (OE) packaging. Presently, the cost associated with traditional hermetic ca
converter (ADC) that provides up to 30 dB dynamic range extension over the state-of-the-art. The pipelined ADC architecture includes both
ehicles subjected to landmine detonation to further explore, develop, and validate state-of-the-art numerical modeling and simulation (M&
ulants are too heavy for weight-sensitive applications, provide too little protection from water or oxygen, or are too difficult to apply in the
a laser or electron beam melts a region of powder. These powders can have an associated cost as much as an order of magnitude greater th
der to inhibit further corrosion on aluminum substrates. Many technologies have been developed in academia and industry to reliably iden
85285 compliant self-healing top coat; MIL-PRF-23377 Class N primer; chromate-free pretreatment) on repaired and restored aluminum. In
ng on insulated gate III-Nitride transistors MISHFETs - over SiC native nitride substrate. SET Inc patented GaN MISHFET technology offers ra
LOX compatible materials. This is especially true in LOX turbopumps, which have inducers, impellers, discharge volutes, and housings expo
urbomachinery of the rocket engines. The proposed coating system will provide thermal and environmental protection and at the same tim
echnology for fabricating dense arrays of micron-scale particle guns in bonded silicon wafer substrates. Individual micro-guns as small as o
ses coupled with acoustic phenomena is critical to quantitatively predict acoustic waves inherent to gas turbine engines, i.e. screech and ru
meet EPA and SAE E31 requirements for measurements of aircraft soot emissions. Combined with the software developed in this project,
e detection, characterization and mitigation modules that can be incorporated into the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Software Defned
er Mold Line (OML) of high performance aircraft which cannot be detected by standard lifetime predictions based on visual, electrical, or m
uter mold lines on aircraft (OMLs). Imaging through these layers with various electromagnetic and ultrasonic techniques are proven to be
nd Validation (CVV) of advanced, high-fdelity analytical models; and an validated analysis tool to predict material properties for new mate
astener depth and fll flushness on 5th generation fghter jets. This lightweight 3D"camera"will generate automated, snapshot
tersink measurement. In this proposal, X-wave Innovations, Inc. (XII) propose a handheld, non-contact, three-dimensional (3D) measureme
imaging in combination with model-based lens-flare estimation as a means of mitigating focal plane saturation and lens flare when extrem
tro-optical sensors. Saturation often leads to blooming or dilation of the saturated region, destroying data in surrounding regions. A means
M). In this process, parts are made by scanning an electron beam in a raster defned by a CAD fle over a powder bed such that powder is m
ser sintering (LS). These models will attempt to provide a basis for characterizing new LS material candidates, establishing a fundamental u
m compounds. Emerging coating technologies designed to replace chrome systems exhibit a glaring technical shortcoming, which is that h
h each is deployed with software modules of the clustering support, third-party video processing libraries, and an interface wrapper betwe
pendable Launch Vehicles (EELV"s). Video monitoring of Launch Vehicles (LV"s) during all stages of orbit insertion provides inv
om a satellite platorm. OPTRA proposes to address this need through the development of a grating-based hyperspectral compressive imag
mit-receive (T/R) modules for large communication phased array antennas. Design of the diplexer will include interconnection and distributi
rid solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and mesoscopic gas turbine engine generator (GTG) system with fuel-to-electricity efficiencies to 65%. The u
ponse Small SUAS (<30lb) capability. This requires fast dash (>150mph) while maintaining extended endurance (>15 hrs) on station
abeling based on advanced image processing and computer vision algorithms. The system allows a user to perform content based search a
ditions. Further, the process of updating an existing simulator database can be difficult and costly due to simulation database rights licensin
a miniaturized interferometric star tracker that operates in the near infrared region of the spectrum (MiST-IR). MIST-IR can detect the angu
rge for a long period of time, can be damaged permanently and then must be discarded. The USMC fnds it far too costly and impractical t
apable of switching loads up to 100 kW. The GCUs would be used in a system architecture where they allow for groups of loads to be gather
esigned for use in blast and ballistic testing. The ATD offers improved biofdelity compared to existing ATDs, with a frangible skeletal system
cy inertial navigation system (INS). This challenge is met using arrays of COTS MEMS inertial devices to fabricate a small light weight rugged
amplifer performance such as operational frequency and output power. These device improvements have in turn enabled performance an
d movement of ground, air and sea assets and threats and for precise navigation. For increased accuracy and anti-spoofng, the encrypted
portunity (SoOP) received by several participating cooperative nodes to derive the location of those nodes. The use of multiple transceiver
nied environments. A Signals-of-Opportunity Location Device ("SOLD"), previously demonstrated to yield 1m repeatable locatio
m National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is proposing to conduct research and development in the feld of IWC and CLW estimati
al Electron Count (TEC) estimates with uncertainty estimates that can be implemented in existing DoD GPS User Equipment (UE). Both the
atures. We propose to develop an innovative cryocooler with no mechanical moving parts that can provide cooling at temperatures below
eight has led to increases in aerodynamic/thermal loads that can induce flutter and resonance in blades responsible for structural fatigue.
as the potential to provide benefts to both the hosted payload user community and the host satellite providers. But getting rides to space
ent is the cooling system. Major developments of active cooling capabilities in terms of performance, capacity, reliability and cost remains
biggest error sources inherent in the use of critical systems such as Over the Horizon Radar (OTHR). OTHR is particularly susceptible to trave
radar (OTHR). The suite includes a 3-D ionospheric model coupled with a 3-D magneto-ionic ray tracing code. The propagation model will
ive amounts of data that have outpaced embedded processing capabilities. The mismatch between collection and processing capability res
ar settings all of the possible transmit and receive degrees of freedom to maximize radar performance. The available degrees of freedom,
Air Control Parties (TACP) obviates a small, lightweight antenna system that can withstand the rigors of dismounted operation. The propo
chnologies. The frst is a digital cancellation DSP technique that reduces both atmospheric noise and jamming signals within the desired p
capabilities. To allow dismounted forces to leverage this beneft requires very low size, weight, and power (SWaP) AEHF modems capable o
cterize moving targets on the ground, to be used on SWAP-limited radar systems under development or currently in use on DoD UAV Tier II
rne radar systems, resulting in better detection, geo-location, and characterization of all types of moving targets and ground clutter conditio
oard the Predator class UAV. The proposed antenna is a dual-band, full-duplex, mechanically scanned, array antenna that has very low los
hined electronically-scanned subarray planar aperture modules. A number of such subarray modules are then combined to form a flat or c
wer Photodiode (PD) that has a normal incident, pigtailed fber input and a coaxial RF output that operates from DC to>60GHz. We will
n constrained by Size Weight and Power (SWaP), including handheld systems, unmanned aerial or ground vehicles, and munitions/weapons
rray design to develop high gain wide scan arrays to enable beyond line-of-sight (BLOS) SATCOM links for Evolved Expendable Launch Vehic
cal development and demonstration of a very low-cost, multi-frequency, multi-beam phased array subarray technology. This low-cost suba
l mode resonators for the the design of the low cost diplexers for the GDPAA program.Miniature dual mode resonator based diplexers, in w
NSS antennas on small airframes where wavelengths are comparable to size of the airframe itself present a signifcant challenge. Conventio
, they have widely integrated in autonomous systems to determine the geo-location of objects. The vision-based geo-location systems have
nes and similar drive systems. Detailed approaches for modeling bearing material fatigue life, oil churning, and tribology are presented. Th
ilitary and commercial applications. For example, silicon carbide power electronics operate at much higher temperatures (~250 oC) than t
ough the development of technologies such as advanced endothermic fuels, fuel additives, catalysts or fuel cooling concepts for high-speed
Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Electronically Scanned LADAR (ESLADAR), based on a novel integrated nonmechanical high-s
tion algorithms. We propose a new approach to SAR/HRR exploitation algorithms that emphasizes simple, well-understood target morphol
fly to produce imagery comprised of broadband, multi-spectral, hyperspectral, or any combination thereof, in the SWIR/MWIR range. Imag
pulsion and controls. A unique fuel cell composed of a high temperature PEM with a JP8 reformer will provide cruise power and trickle cha
uels such as the Fischer-Tropsch jet fuels and hydro-treated renewable jet fuels. However, there are combustion stability issues with altern
e coding and adaptive symbol rates. These adaptive features help maximize link throughput and minimize power consumption for SATCOM
bility are limited between satellites and remote tracking stations on the ground, and there are more requests for access than available reso
ibility of a distributed scheduling system capable of automatically optimizing ground communication resource allocation to space assets fus
ion planning and scheduling system (DICAMPSS) to implement an improved scheduling process and provide greater sharing and availability
spectrum sensing & management in hierarchical spectrum sharing games with primary users, secondary users, persistent jammers an
Delta Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) ASIC. The ASIC will be designed to provide flexibility for variable bandwidth and variable resolutio
g systems normally used for electronics and sensor cooling suffer numerous drawbacks in space applications. Conversely, compact, solid-st
e-of-the-art cryptographic solutions to provide a hosted payload interface package. This hardware has flight heritage, and its modularity ha
cs (FISST) with Hiearchical Mixtures of Experts (HME) and Multiple Model Adaptive Estimation (MMAE). Advanced orbit determination flte
sma-shell technology to form novel engineered materials (metamaterials) for electromagnetic protection (EP) of space systems. The specif
ooling focal plane arrays (FPA) to temperatures below 123 K. The system will utilize a multiple stage magnetocaloric effect chain to reject he
the infrared Focal Plane Arrays. The cryocooler technical requirements for performance, size, mass, and power densitycoupled with the pr
rical technology building blocks that will enable a suite of solutions for single FPA dewars on microsat and cubesat platorms. As indicated
with HF propagation calculations to convert radar-measured target signal delays and beam steers to geographical position. Our team is the
way to detect and track objects in the proximity of a satellite or other space vehicle without dedicated sensors and subsystems is to perform
posed. The technology will be based upon creating conductive composite tubes and fttings. Such composites have proven their ability to sh
to win EW frst. In fghting the EW, it is vital to possess the most advanced radio frequency-selective shielding technologies to effectively p
thin restricted and warning areas unless the proponent obtains a Certifcate of Authorization (COA) from the Federal Aviation Administratio
Cetane number of the resulting fuel blend, algorithmic models have been developed that provide accuracy on a par with standard lab-base
nd weight, has lead to real challenges for the design of robust augmentors and interturbine burners (ITBs). Reactive flow simulations of aug
f both aerodynamic forcing and aerodynamic damping and thereby resonant stresses in turbine components. This will be achieved by deve
ral rotating machinery, an update to the lubricant traction, heat generation, and life calculation methodology currently incorporated in a co
level explicitly requires time consuming service and temporary aircraft inoperability. Current approaches to verify the operational readine

e military signals when an accurate internal time reference is not available. Prior research by NAVSYS into network assisted GPS approache
tion, tracking, identifcation, and characterization (DTIC) of space objects. Space objects proliferate in the near-Earth space environment. T
e platorms, it is necessary to fnd a way to reduce the increased transmission bandwidth of the system. One viable solution is to provide a
ze transceiver SWaP and cost while maximizing performance. This will be accomplished by using advanced GaN technologies for the transm
seeks to accomplish this without increasing the antenna payload footprint and without introducing vulnerability to transmission interferen
systems and hybrid space-terrestrial systems are essential components for improved warfghting capabilities and enhanced defensive contr
eric impacts on vital radio-based systems, including communications, navigation, and surveillance systems. Current DoD capability for the s
nsive, high fdelity target modeling and validation whose costs and lead times will limit the ongoing sustainability of ATR target databases.
BSAA) systems offer the possibility of signifcantly improved terminal airspace tracks because they often have complementary sensing geom
stringent reception capabilities in harsh environments. Existing receivers were designed in the 1970s and 1980s to accomplish this task in s
for use in RF photonics applications. We target 5-10 Watts of power at 100 GHz operation in a traveling wave confguration. The approach
tary navigation systems for air, sea, and ground vehicles require reliable GPS performance to provide navigation capability. Some type of G
elds where Anti-Jam (AJ) technology is either currently unavailable or inadequate for mission success in severely jammed environments. U
tion that will meet the Air Force requirements for a 10 mJ, 300 ns pulsed laser source. With the exception of the output power amplifer f
ms over long time periods. The components of the framework will consist of existing software and libraries. The plugin-based framework pro
mechanical property degradation resulting from environmental aging of propellants. The sensors are mounted external to the propellant an
without affecting the motor"s integrity. In Phase II, we will build upon our Phase I success to develop a sensor to monitor specifc gas
us has developed in Phase I. Silvus proposes to demonstrate the SC-Orderwire prototype in Phase II in an airborne network with 1 ground a
es presents a tremendous opportunity for cost savings compared to traditional link layer encryption for implementing needed COMSEC cap
bandwidth-constrained airborne networks. During Phase I of this SBIR, Architecture Technology Corporation (ATC) defned an innovative tec
ng capabilities in order to associate events with any and all spatial information that is extracted or inferred from disparate collections of un
he photonic link, leveraging techniques established for copper interconnect. We optimize the fber launch condition to maximize the effec
trument for Cube- or Nano-sized Satellites"called for the development of"a cubesat- or nanosat-scale Direct Current Electrical
for Performance Assessment of Cutting Tools (IMPACT) that has demonstrated the ability to detect the onset of cutting tool wear and the
epts that meet tactical and environmental considerations. BENEFIT: Dual Use (Military & Commercial) Applications: Production devel
igh false negative rate and often identify attacks after they have happened. We propose a light-weight whitelist-based cyber threat detectio
latest IdAM standards (i.e. OpenID Connect and XACML) in our product to enable advanced functions, including delegate access, policy-dri
ure, such as a K-D Tree or a Spatial Hash Table, and then it scans the data structure looking for satellite conjunctions. While traditional app
e remotely deployable, such as on an ocean buoy or in a battlefeld. It will send data to the user via the Iridium satellite network in near re
Response to Space Threats (FIRST) encompasses three key technical components: (1) autonomous detection algorithms enabled by a uniqu
which has demonstrated the ability to apply highly precise amounts of liquid shim that achieve perfect squeeze-out of cured material. Stu
h-maintenance portion of a sensor system, and take up a considerable amount of size, weight and power (SWaP) onboard air and space pla
re. We propose to develop an asset manager which will perform allocation, assignment, vehicle routing, target prediction, and sensor taski
hetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Ground Moving Target Indicators (GMTI). The ability to identify and track vehicles and dismounts has becom
igital Converter (OADC). Such OADCs would dramatically enhance capability in multiple Air Force platorms. BENEFIT: The integrated optic
volutionary performance (close to 40% PAE under QPSK). Auriga"s HPA will have a linearizer integrated in the MMIC and packaged, re
ple countermeasures that operate at several levels of system abstraction. The target is a class of embedded systems that are implemented
ustworthy of a sensor node based on historical interactions. However, trust initialization remains to be a challenging issue, as there are no h
uot;Conformal Laser Weapon System (CLAWS). HBC addresses target illumination, aimpoint selection, aimpoint maintenance, stair-mode c
mage array on curved substrate. The active-matrix array will consist of a metal oxide thin flm transistor array on curved substrates upon wh
e visors that provide clear and dark transmission with a single lens capable of fast transition, wide light transmission contrast range, fail clea
OC (Emergency Operations Center) COP (Common Operational Picture) during a Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operation
ss tradeoffs of training environments. Current tools and processes for evaluating effectiveness lack the flexibility and automation required
roaches, based on linear auditory models, have produced unsatisfactory results. Our novel approach simulates the nonlinear signal process
plex objects, such as human anatomical models, while taking advantage of the computational power of graphics processing units (GPU) and
rol, tracking, and analysis. The results from the Phase I effort demonstrated: (1) the feasibility of our technical approach to meet all Air Fo
conjunction events. Our program advances state-of-the-art in enabling more precise and more frequent fltering and assessments. By using
ritical to achieving uninterrupted communication on the move. We showed that it could scan from zenith down to at least 15 degrees abov
oherence tomography, fber optics market
latively low energy density of under 10 Wh/kg. Boulder Ionics proposes to develop a ultracapacitor with an energy density of over 30 Wh/k
nned over a coated surface with optimal power, energy and positional control to remove a specifc thickness without risk of damage to the
e and mark the dimension on the skin adjacent to the hole. This procedure is known as"gripping". According to Lockheed Marti
lites. We will accomplish this by employing state-of-the-art wide-bandgap gallium nitride (GaN) HEMT devices in conjunction with several c
ation. PNT information is a cornerstone technology that supports increased operational efficiency, productivity, precision, and safety. Becau
rototyping accomplished in Phase I illustrated how efficient and automatic testing of the effects of degraded position, navigation and timin
(DSA)-based cognitive radio (CR) and GPS navigation functionality operating on a common software defned radio (SDR) platorm in a cogn
C3) use a layer of absorptive carbon and selectively permeable membranes respectively offering protection against chemical and biologica
. Due to a paucity of test data, development and performance testing of BMDS sensors in these dense debris environments must rely heav
mentation warheads are being devised. The proposed R & D will develop an ultra-high speed framing camera that will photograph th
ties with a closing velocity greater than 1 km per second. This same system can measure the time of arrival (TOA) of the charge wave front
f that system is the Interceptor missile, which relies of a number of electro-explosive devices (EEDs) to perform reliably in order to successf
g novel electro-explosive devices utilizing magnetic saw initiators to increase reliability by incorporating a single point, insensitive failure m
nator. Slapper detonators are similar to exploding bridgewire (EBW) detonators but less prone to failure because the exploding foil is physi
Accelerated Aging Assessment and Reliability Prediction (MA^3REP), based on thorough systematic analysis of existing age assessment tec
are not representative of actual service conditions. The feasibility of using these methods for ALT of missile subsystems will be investigated
leads to unreliability, limitations on advancing system technology, and unnecessary maintenance. In support of the MDA"s Stockpile
geAlert. The AgeAlert sensor in SSL labels comprises a conductive composite element made from a tiny portion of desensitized double bas
eir reliability due to the exposure of such devices to lengthy periods of environmental effects. In order to compensate for these defciencies

Sensor (MIMS). This proposed sensor is based on a solid-state accelerometer design with a semiconductor laser diode self-mixing interfer
shattered when used in higher-stress gun-launched applications, Tanner Research and Yale University successfully demonstrated BMG use
MC), developed under prior MDA SBIR funding, for advanced aerostructures with integrated thermal protection systems (TPS). This Cf-ZrO
om direct digital design for semiconductor electronics manufacturing. The material growth technology is a modifed heterogeneous patter
ovide limited support for detecting problems and anomalies, and deliver alerts that are generally uninformative and lack context. Given the
ffectiveness of a software framework that specifes how these automation technologies can work together. Second, it will create an intellig
age, renewable energy inputs, and intelligent power management strategies can greatly reduce fuel consumption and reduce the level and
he expected maximum power but are often operated far below rated power due to the dynamic nature of electrical loads. On average, the
nces. We will develop a concept of operations for the collaborative control user interface, and we will create specifc, representative scenar
nces. We will develop a concept of operations for the collaborative control user interface, and we will create specifc, representative scenar
ng this objective will require signifcant advances in decision support and supervisory control concepts. Current operator interfaces require
Synthetic Environment Machine Interface System (SEMIS) with multi-modal inference processing based on gestures and speech is detailed
ied situational awareness through multimodal interaction within the ICEbox environment. The g-speak spatial operating environment (SOE
monstration (UCAS-D) programinto its critical missions without impacting the current sortie rate, an efficient protocol is needed for handling
Array Optics (NIGHT-AO). This proposed device is based on a novel, low size weight and power (SWAP), insect-inspired dual-band (visible-in
work resources, and a push for resilient systems capable of fghting through cyber attacks. ATC-NY will develop VMCIS, the Virtual Machine
heir immediate inputs. Their nearsightedness is particularly dangerous because, in our complex systems, it is difficult to prevent all exploita
real-time. A software solution (in Windows) is desired in order to produce a universal solution, independent from specifc hardware compo
ve when GPS is available, new approaches are needed that can achieve accurate navigation when operating in a GPS-denied environment.
Mainstream developed an advanced cooling technology capable of reducing the temperature of an infrared window while minimizing opti
as the associated airblast that propagates into the environment propelling secondary fragments from the vehicle. The overall scope of the
ebris damage effects from static detonating weapon tests. Our Phase II work plan will focus on developing the instrumentation suite and li
or fully buried in soil. These events could result in collateral damage to people, vehicles in the vicinity. Air force would like to have a fast ru
vel sensors to determine inertial loads due to excitation of multiple structural dynamic modes resulting from a broadband loading environm
rs in a cryo-vacuum environment, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to advance the development of the new solar/lunar exclusio
stems such as ARGUS-IS, Gorgon Stare, and Blue Devil. The proposed algorithms perform joint processing of information extracted from the
high information content, which captures unique spectral signatures of targets and materials of interest, can lessen the reliance on expert
ork on bistatic radar data. This additional requirement is applied so that our solution addresses the A2AD problem. Algorithm developmen
ISAR technology is derived from our TRL 9 air-to-air ISAR technology. Our air-to-ground moving vehicle ISAR technology reliably produces h
e. Energy department estimates indicate 2.3% of the current US electric energy supply is supplied by wind and estimates this to rise to 20%
thic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) technology will replace the large number of discrete radio frequency (RF) components in existing
cs may be integrated and exploited in the signal/data processor for suppression of non-threating targets such as debris and decoys, all prior
N00-008 Environmentally Insensitive Active Decluttering to address clutter rejection in an active sonar system. The MDA radar problem is
urate multi-class approach based upon the concepts of bagging (bootstrap aggregation), boosting and random subspace projection. This a
enerated from the rocket motor burnout and associated events. We term these objects collectively a Low Relative Velocity (LRV) debris feld
mination of Multiple Targets Using Bulk Filtering for Debris. This proposal will demonstrate our plan to identify and evaluate signal process
ris models being developed by the MDA. Control Vision, Inc. proposes a stabilized, high-speed IR/visible Focal Plane Array sensor suite to p
e military will require"resilient systems"of all kinds digital, electrical and mechanical. The development of such new systems re
udio, and text. Searching through the information for analysis can be challenging, particularly when the intelligence analyst is not co-locate
ied situational awareness through multimodal interaction within the ICEbox environment. The g-speak spatial operating environment (SOE
een them) that are present on a single desktop computer presents a difficult security challenge that continues to confound modern protec
epresentation workbench to address the challenging problem, and propose the self-adaptive monitoring architecture, called SAM. In SAM,
onformal impermeable coatings. However, over time, protective measures become compromised, the resulting exposure causing corrosion
ale coatings will be conducted for protection of electronics from salt fog, seawater and fresh water. Coatings will be procured from the co
g to depths of ~100 meters in fresh or salt water, through a combination of NEI"s in-house coating materials development and evalu
of vessels operating in blue, green and brown water, with near-real time communications, to support global maritime tag track and locate c
head satellite without the requirement for an on or above surface antenna. The encapsulation of an antenna in a dielectrically compensatin
ances in both physiological diagnostic intelligence and associated physiological sensors systems for a complete solution. The system will con
asound, capnography, blood pressure measurement using non-invasive techniques, pulse oximetry, non-invasive hemoglobin measuremen
chnology with a power amplifer MMIC in a single small footprint package. This tight integration is made possible through the extremely hi
r battery life, higher feld reliability, and wide compatibility across radio types. The Phase I deliverable will be a comprehensive trade study
o match the optimal performance requirements of the cartridges. This will result in a sub-sonic ammunition that is lightweight, clean burni
study will include: 1) A brass case utilizing a polymer insert to optimize subsonic interior ballistics, 2) A lightweight low cost aluminum cartr
effective and exhibit excessive deviations in velocity (affecting accuracy), incomplete chamber sealing, absence of clean propellant burn, a
o improve upon the current .50 caliber round by utilizing PCP"s current lightweight polymer .50 caliber case. First, we will compare
omputing brick housed in a man-portable, ruggedized package designed for feld use and offers>16 Terabyte non-volatile memory and&
faces to external sensors and a NAND Flash Controller. The NAND Flash Controller implements XTS-AES-256 encryption commonly used for
on-based wind measurement techniques for both passive wind measurement as well as pseudo-profling along the entire range from the sh
are Processing (BRAINWARE) technology for implementation in upcoming military cognitive processing system and communication platorm
with ultra-low thermal mass is obtained enabling high frames in excess of 100 fps. This technology will enable dynamic intra-band multispe
ed to improve test capabilities for these new sensor systems. Large panoramic IR displays are required to fully test and develop new wide fe
warhead with high lethality and low collateral damage (LCD). We plan to achieve our goal using a powder metallurgy (PM) approach to fab
-time signal processing. The primary applications for this technology require highly accurate individual pulse measurements with limited a
er conditions. The main disadvantage is that radar transmissions are typically easily intercepted and provides a means for an adversary to b
tical properties of a new, high melting point, ionic liquid propellant were measured, confrming it as an excellent candidate for use in electr
ted because the engine is not actively controlled. While simple passive techniques such as cavities for shock capture exist, they result in inc
e. Typically, forward-looking RF and IR sensors are collocated in the same protective radome, which degrades the performance of both syst
uracy/reliability. The objective of this effort is to develop a framework to integrate data from various air and ground sensor systems employ
2AD) environment requires highly capable platorms that can coordinate to achieve a mission objective. To support this vision, we will deve
F signatures of targets illuminated by munition fuze sensors at sub-millimeter wavelengths. Output generated by the MESM will be suitabl
A high gain antenna supporting Ka-Band sensor data offload and Command and Control Uplink is required. Gimbaled reflectors are the st
. The proposed computational architecture and key technologies are capable of handling noisy sensor metadata, and scalable to process la
d temperature. Advances in digital signal processing and integrated-circuit performance have made fully-digital versions of the HF receiver
operties of quantum dots (QDs) to provide a unique signature when interrogated by a weapons targeting pod. The patch will be a flexible, r
netic and environmental real-world effects of multistatics in a simulation capability is imperative to achieve the desired benefts of this effor
es or multiple receive sites, or both, are used to construct the radar picture. A passive radar system is one where the radar designer and use
eatly enhanced capabilities in terms of available advanced systems architecture compared to the more conventional time-of-flight, photon
ing, and geo-location and compression indicators. We construct 3D scene models at a range of fdelities to support robust modeling over a
aracterization. Recent advancements in silicon technology have enabled the development of close-in sensors and stimulus components ran
erve biomolecules, such as DNA, RNA, and bacterial at room temperatures; transport samples from austere locations to safe recover areas
nd contain chemical warfare agents on vehicles or other hardware known or suspected to be contaminated. A color change of the coating w
coating that once applied to a contaminated surface will sequester the contaminating agent, disclose the location of agent contamination
e a broad spectrum responsive nanocomposite gel coating that can irreversibly sequester and deactivate a variety of chemical agents. Our b
a server, and bio-surveillance application software. The server communicates with readers securely over Internet, cellular and other netwo
multi-format, and cellular-capable. A compelling platorm that has already led to several next-generation readers is smartphones and tabl
background interrogation, thereby allowing for fast real time detection. Sensor sensitivity will be improved by a combination of passive FTI
o realize this goal, it will frst be necessary to successfully fabricate and demonstrate the performance of novel LWIR HgTe CQD detector arr
providing both the shear and peel strengths demonstrated by hook and loop systems as well as hermetic sealing against any vapor permea
t exposure. Creare proposes to develop a hermetic garment closure system that seals gaps at interfaces and provides high connection stren
or laminating a shape memory elastomeric polymer composite thin flm with CB protective and excellent self sealing capability to an existin
ned effects explosives (CEX) formulations. CEX represent a class of recently-developed aluminized explosives seeking to provide the perform
d loitering time, and stealth capabilities. The system needs to scale up to 10 megawatts. Any laser solution requires a power source, and la
e capabilities for performing geometry and CFD-based mesh refnement for Euler simulations. The automated methods will be developed q
burning and collect base region and plume data along with Schlieren and IR imagery to extend the data base for validation of the computati
T spectrometer operating in either the 260-290 GHz or 530-580 GHz frequency range. The 260"290 GHz spectrometer uses recently
graphene and carbon nanotubes and a battery-like electrode, comprised of nanostructured LiFePO4 grown on a graphene support. The pro
n of injured warfghters for the purpose of triage; 2) effectiveness of fluid resuscitation in a bleeding or a potentially bleeding patient; and,
ists in many remote, hostile, or disaster regions. In order to be useful for proper diagnosis by qualifed ophthalmologists, the transmitted d
titude flight, take-off and landing are dangerous times for aircraft, even when landing in a well-known designated landing zone (LZ). The risk
cooling. Multi-hole flm cooling bleeds gas from the high pressure stages of the compressor and effuses it to the hot side of the liner where
y of the surface mesh, and much work has been undertaken to automatically generate surface grids from CAD. Unfortunately, quality is qua
veloped by CFDRC, which will be leveraged with several new features for transient chemically reacting two-phase, gas-particle flows intera
ges of this SBIR topic. The chief new analysis challenge is to provide a list of lines that arise from gases that are not in the spectrometer ref
hetic development where the human-mechanism interface is the primary focus. Two competing force delivery technologies will be prototy
s in hostile environments for up to three days. Capacity is four 500 ml liter blood transfusion bags. Energy efficiency is possible by the nov
novel integration of two orthogonal obstacle sense-and-avoid techniques specifcally for rearward operation. The key innovation in the AER
dition is typically referred to as brownout. This is a serious problem for all services and has lead to numerous aircraft and personnel losses
S, Inc. proposes to investigate the feasibility of rationally selected TBCs and their architectures for CMAS resistance and durability. Highly ra
Z top coat for thermal barrier coating applications. These coatings, although deposited by atmospheric plasma spray (APS) exhibit compara
tchable by many existing machine tools. In particular, OMAX will take advantage of patents pending advancements in micro abrasives-wate
ntinuum/rarefed nature of the flow, chemical kinetics, and two-phase flow while leveraging existing computational fluid dynamic technolo
hic parallel processor (NPP). The Phase I technical objectives are: (1) design for one or more neuromorphic architecture(s) that will suppor
plications is their inability to meet the demands of both high-energy and high-power delivery in a single device. State-of-the-art batteries a
nsor packages were developed singly, and treated as individual add-ons to already SWAP-burdened platorms; the inherent inefficiency of s
tics (e.g. resistance of relay contacts), temperature, vibration extremes, voltage surges, and other factors that will indicate the unit is close t
h recent advances in optical components, coatings, microfabrication, and signal processing power, technology now exists to solve the imag
cumulation layers caused by surface states and exist as 2-dimensional electron or hole gases on the mesa sidewalls. They cause surface cur
s based on integration of three energy harvesting sources: a photovoltaic structure, a thermoelectric generator, and a 3D motion energy ha
airdrop, are made out of a polypropylene material and are one-time-use. However, due to their single-use nature, after the supplies are rec
formulated clothing impregnated with permethrin, a chemical insecticide effective against multiple arthropod disease vectors, including m
e is also expected to have no detrimental effect on the physical properties of the textile fabric. Luna, teamed with North Carolina State Uni
nd-game proximity sensors suitable for deployment on low-cost high-volume precision Army weapons. The objective of this SBIR effort is to
. This work has made various commonalities apparent and opened the door to the development of a common processing architecture tha
on system, an on-board surveillance system, and an on-board autopilot system to control the projectile autonomously. All components wil
gn an innovative Miniature Canard-Control Actuation System (MC-CAS) capable of extending the range of 40mm projectiles to 1000m. In ad
to provide a compliant system design that integrates key population modeling technology. Our analysis will identify the mechanism for ped
e cloud computing environment by authorized entities from being exploited or captured by adversaries present in the cloud. SGS incorpora
mmon, and are typically hard and time consuming to detect, isolate and fx. Moreover, in a heterogeneous network, a small network proble
ts can be removed in place of digital logic and analog devices. Removal of multi-stage RF converters and LO schemes reduces the system co
mbination of STR"s proven low size weight and power (SWAP) high performance receiver and digitizer technology with MDS"s
ynamic beam steering with graceful degradation. Wide elevation patterns desirable for air-to-air or air-to-ground communications are achie
oidance System (RACAS) and Coherent Automatic Radar Periscope Detection and Discrimination (C-ARPDD) modes. The design will also sup
ided by an OIRU serves as a"virtual star"and is a key element in the jitter control system of aircraft-hosted optical systems. The
mpetitive OIRU design on a $/rejected jitter basis.
suitable for the onboard and in-flight unattended detection, localization, and classifcation of load, fatigue, and structural damage within th
nstallation and removal time and stowed volume, while also reducing the chance of injury to handling personnel. The project will focus on
s and not reduce current aircraft capabilities. Demonstrate the feasibility of applying the developed approach in a laboratory environment.
hnology for optical receivers as well as high power GaAIAs semiconductor lasers for both the signal sources and the amplifer pumps. For a
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. is developing ultra low thermal resistance and high heat flux wick structures to improve thermal perfo
demonstrated successful mitigation of multiple interference types (continuous wave (CW), swept tone, random FM, frequency hopped, et
es is a force multiplier that can provide additional courses of action for the war fghter. Coordinated active engagement with surface ship so
st-savings realized in module interconnects and use of COTS components. A goal of 50% cost savings over today"s module is propose
zation/sustainment of existing systems at lower cost. Transmit/ Receive (T/R) modules typically comprise 50 to 70% of the array acquisition
ting and coating process allow use on non-traditional surfaces such as fabrics, plastics and cabling or glass. The superhydrophobic and oleo
tional databases to extract data and manipulate it into a form suitable for automating the generation of Mission Data or Emitter ID tables n
material and structural composition of acoustic scatterers by providing an estimate of the full scattering kernel, enabling target differentiatio
wer delivered using laser power from the surface vehicle over fber optic cable and converted into electricity on-board the VTOL craft via ph
hroughout the ship. This distribution system approach leads to the placement of large and expensive frequency converters onboard the sh
e surface interface conditions. These lines extend to the ship and are referred to as"Soft Rails"because they are tensioned by t
e and cost-effective technologies to improve the ability of power transmissions to withstand operation under loss-of-lubrication condition f
herent chaotic radar technology, currently being developed under an AMRDEC-sponsored STTR Phase-II program. TechFlows chaos radar te
wever, impose an unacceptable burden in terms of power consumption and/or weight. The proposed technology addresses this defcit by th
using JP-8 or other liquid fuels, LNG or conventional compressed gaseous fuels. The BFC will be controllable, modular, robust, and meet Arm
several different ambient energy sources, for powering both the variable transmission eyewear as well as additional future power needs. T
de power for a wide variety of duty cycles, current batteries do not provide sufficient power to meet high power demands of multiple appli
this effort will leverage existing Vadum linear and nonlinear radar sensors for detecting electronics associated with RCIEDs and extend this
mal model of the network's behavior, and using custom formal logic algorithms to automatically derive whether the network contai
n in this SBIR project. The proposed novel passive damping liner design concept is very retrofttable and implementable in any current or fu
wavelengths, and the larger structures of the ship which are electrically large. Interactions with the ocean surface are also important. Differ
develop REal-time Mission And Path Planner (REMAPP) that will provide secure routes of ingress and egress to designated targets. The gen
real-time for teams of manned and unmanned air vehicles on complex missions in hostile environments. The core challenge is to determin
vanced radar modes or high-bandwidth communications will be investigated. FIRST RF will also pursue an innovative DREX integration appr
eir liners. By preventing these particulate from contacting the spherical ball, the shield will prevent much of the contamination damage tha
bstrate and contain no organics or polymers. They may be as large as 150 mm in diameter with clear aperture up to 135 mm. LightSmyth is
m-combiner is a key element in the system in that provides for combining several high power lasers which differ in wavelength by ~ 5nm int
nherently absorbing. Regardless of the metal layer thickness, optical power is absorbed in the grating, altering the spectral and efficiency p
echniques will be utilized such that any display in the system can be connected to any image generator in the system during runtime. This t
ading pC-Nova(tm) Image Generators'diskless components and Nexus XL(tm?) Unifed Storage architecture, enabling image generato
both high energy and power densities. Supercapacitors have gained substantial attention for these applications since they offer outstandin
es. It encapsulates and prevents water from corroding metal substrates plus it is hydrophobic and can include corrosion inhibitors and color
's military applications. This new thermal bonding and sealing technology will improve thermal heat conduction from high power mi
w Cost Aerial Delivery Systems (LCADS) parachutes for 99% of operational airdrops . These parachutes are made out of a low cost polypropy
ule. It has its own energy harvesting device.
berglass and other radar-penetrable materials for hulls and decks further complicates the radar signature by exposing interior geometry. Ra
etic Algorithm work, and software architecture it will optimize the performance of multiple platorms by increasing survivability and increas
need. The goal of this SBIR program is to develop such an optical wireless communication system, which should have the following attribute
EMI). On airborne platorms for example, there could be dozens of RF systems radiating and receiving mission critical signals simultaneous
stations. The focus of this research will be on updating existing electromagnetic interference and vulnerability (EMI/EMV) simulation tools
he computational engine utilizes method of moments for accuracy.
n. The COIRU proposes the following innovative technical approach to address the customer challenges: Single center mounted spinning m
very of large volumes of data from a rotating frame to a fxed frame. The system non-intrusively harvests energy from the main rotor and w
ll prevent contamination of plain airframe bearings without signifcant additional friction or cost. The modifcation will not impact the bear
aditionally, the complexities of accurately simulating the detail characteristics and nuances of acoustic sensors and the ocean environment
ology's ultra-high heat transfer rates under real-world microchip operating conditions as found in shipboard Transmit/Receive modu
with the RT-1944/U radio and can be retroft into the Multiple Vehicle Communications System (MVCS) platorms used for communications
nal processing chain that is the baseline for the P-3/P-8A Multi-static Active Coherent (MAC) program and was developed under the Office
e within demanding marine environments. The proposed HybridSil anticorrosion coatings will be molecularly engineered specifcally for Nit
modes, propagation effects, etc.), ships with AN/SLQ-32(V) or SEWIP Block 1/2 systems use a labor-intensive process to iteratively"ta
evelop the required reference libraries so that they are tailored to each tactical sensor type and, in some cases, sensing environments. The
xity in terms of software deployment activities. This issue is exacerbated when ships force personnel who are charged with the operation a
ty covers the transfer from producer to consumer and the installation at the consumer site. Activate and Deactivate cover initialization and
ic UAV to carry a radio payload to suitable altitude, rather than an aerostat. The tether provides power from an unmanned surface vessel (U
MACRel). MACRel is a system for deployment and recovery of a Lightweight Aerostat System (LAS) to an unmanned surface vehicle (USV). T
t at the load site. However, limitations in current electronic power densities make components too large to be strategically located. Mainst
tical sensors capable of detecting 6DoF position with accuracies surpassing the human eye. The sensors are a key component of the propos
cy conversion of a unique 2.0 micron Thulium fber laser that will achieve the Navy"s desired laser specifcations in a single, compact
hallow water areas. Distributed passive arrays and autonomous sensor platorms have the potential for persistent monitoring of surface an
el, physics-based automatic classifcation algorithm into a new, large aperture Planar Array Prototype (PAP). The approach differs from tradi
Mission Planning Application (MPA) by using a fuzzy logic approach. This method enables encoding the heuristics used by experts into an a
to affect predictable outcomes. The Adaptive Methods ForeSight system addresses risk management by providing automated task-centered
om shallow water is used to develop and evaluate features for discriminating between the broad peaks characteristic of an aggregate echo
kscattering from heterogeneous aggregations of swim-bladder-bearing fsh that will signifcantly improve active sonar detection capability i
ments of the sky/ocean interface at the horizon to determine the aerosol extinction coefficient along a horizontal path. This measurement
ill be needed to support weapons selection against surface or airborne targets. Systems that can characterize the atmosphere continuously
zation information to support the effective operation of next generation laser weapons. The proposed system is based on laser light scatter
sing the hull array. Our system combines passive cues and a new active signal processing technology for deployed waveforms. The signal pr
3) torpedo launch platorm localization, and (4) enhanced data fusion, classifcation, and alerting algorithms and software, referred to in th
s and enemy tactics constantly chip at away at the present defense capability. This proposal will demonstrate opportunities to use the hull-
ors to closely monitor student progress, effectively intervene when students"actions risk imparting negative learning, and provide de
mpass the development and integration of an automated electronic Conning Officer Handling Assessment form (e-COSA). DI-SAMS will prov
t to locate using traditional passive acoustic sonar due to the advancement of quieting technologies in submarines. Low-Frequency Active (
d ground sensors a warfghter can leave behind for situational awareness. Unfortunately, while the technologies for hands-free interfacing h
hown to produce a clean, highly efficient combustion process from JP-8. Our approach features a key technology enabling the rapid, efficien
beamforming (DBF), Space-Time Adaptive Processing (STAP), and agile wideband waveforms including Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (M
l rely on compact packaging of active optical device in a manner compatible with 29504 and NGCON termini.
RAS), based on implementation of tunable ELF transmitters. The system comprises two battery-operated units: diver operated handheld de
proach, polymeric energy absorbing layers will be applied to the hull in appropriate thickness to provide impact and abrasion resistance to
Some of these applications require heater wire that operate at very high temperatures. There are still a number of military and defense syst
more. The proposed method, radically alters the manufacturing approach introducing a complete data driven technology that will produce c

nd ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) operations. When spotting a new vessel, the imagery taken from submarines can be
a daunting task. A method for automatically generating 3D models from data gathered at sea would make populating a 3D model database
buoyancy driven device. ExCTD will be launched from the submarine, notionally from the 3"launcher, ascend toward the surface wh
n"experimental method to characterize existing MIL-H-24135B hose compounds; (b) design candidate new compounds formulated to
FHAs, in particular, are ubiquitous on all U.S. Navy ships, serving as a leak-free conduit for fluids and gases between interconnected pieces o
em array interfaces, existing high fdelity simulation, and general combat system test techniques to advance a concept that better matches
e RT-1944/U is a proven design, as is the Phocus Array System. We will do system engineering to show the anti-jam performance that can b
ased on thin flms of vanadium dioxide (VO2) metal-insulator transition (MIT) materials produced via pulsed laser deposition method. The
gh frequency switching noise content and still ft within the confnes of the design envelope. As the prime contractor for the MK48 CBASS t
tial due to noise and ripple from these power supplies. Progeny Systems will leverage our extensive experience gained from our developme
w ports of the imaging system and provide X-band radar protection without compromising optical performance in the visible and infrared s
ntainance and replacement is difficult and costly. Protection of undersea connectors from corrosion is a challenge. Current anti-corrosion te
d technology has reduced the cost of ownership for the U.S. Navy by reducing down time of submarines for replacement of failed connecto
cable connectors. EDP has the advantage that it produces high density, porosity free, uniform coatings on complex shaped objects, includi
mperature range. Unfortunately, the cables are experiencing early life corrosion problems due to salt water deposit buildup that occurs ove
es. Navy sonar operators tasked to perform maintenance often do not have the technical expertise with multiple operating systems and ha
e host vessel and ROV is often difficult to measure or model, which may render automatic control approaches ineffective and force reliance
copic detection of the"fngerprint"of molecular absorptions and infrared countermeasure systems in response to increasingly s
complex reasons for the appearance of clutter, research has shown that biological backscatter currently produces serious interference in m
ransmitters with fully Solid-State Transmitters (SSTx). The proposed feasibility study will demonstrate signifcantly higher standards for Ava
Spatially Combining in a Radial confguration many Amplifer Modules (SCRAM). It is based on spatial combining of an array of over 350 po
ilable semiconductors into a novel DTI combiner architecture, and will deliver higher availability, simplifed maintenance, and an overall red
While doing this we have discovered a number of features that signifcantly reduce false alarms. The process involves identifying a feature,
tively shallow waters have many sources of noise and interference which make it difficult to track the multiple targets with classical fltering
d space weight and power (SWaP) objectives require innovations in several key design areas. To meet these requirements, Progeny will des
ncy and extended battery life. The 5 cubic inch, 3 ounce transmitter module is designed to directly interface to the existing buoy system.
ology, and ultimately confuse Emitter ID, which is already a challenge given densities of hundreds of emitters and therefore thousands of p
he signal environment, to better perform Emitter Identifcation (EID). The end result will be improved correct EID, with confdence level, an
Automated Optimization Environment (AOE) to train three advanced classifcation techniques using existing electronic intelligence (ELINT)
m systems-level analysis to determine propulsion system requirements and component-level specifcations. Aurora and Lockheed will work
longer periods of time, and (ii) vehicle stability can no longer be guaranteed at high speeds due to vehicle design constraints. In the case o
d mission payload handling system, Loading for Naval Resupply Division (LNRD), will be modeled and simulated to establish the feasibility o
uated with respect to their ability to provide an assured capability of acquiring and lifting both palletized and uniquely shaped payloads fro
of payloads in and around ISO containers and mission vehicles will immediately improve LCS"s operations efficiency. We anticipate th
onal capability in challenging maritime environments. Advancements address operational necessity for rotating the mast and viewing limit
c work. The goal of the proposed work for Phase I is to further refne and optimize the material formulation and to further characterize the
ectric constant and loss) and structural performance (mechanical strength) with temperature, and difficulty in fabrication to the desired sh
mic matrix composite (CMC) which has demonstrated required electrical, thermal and structural performance. This proposal will focus on im
mpatible and component replaceable with existing conventional SCUBA and SCBA equipment. The HPBA tank incorporates several GTL inn
m employs multiple small composite cylinders and a custom frst-stage pressure reduction regulator coupled with commercial-off-the-shelf
capability for free-swimming divers, but air supply remains the most signifcant impediment to this goal. Development of smaller air flasks
e and uses exclusively low-speed optical detection, eliminating the need for high-speed photodiodes. This effort would build on the recent
develop and deliver a lightweight, high efficiency, flexible solar sheet for mobile solar applications for Army unmounted soldiers. Based on
ns of interest. These nanoadditives will coat the interacting gears with a low coefficient material that will insure operation beyond the 30 m
oring (SWEM) system based on a new design fusing POCs proprietary and state-of-the-art technologies. The innovation in use of ultralow-p
ss. One of the most crucial enabler in integration of large scale networks including MANETs and sensors with the armed forces is ease of us
MER is proposing a novel technology to resolve the CSIC technical limitations by utilizing PolyCapillary material (PCM), an advanced powd
ons can eventually be implemented into a retrofttable, closed loop approach. It has been well established that the relationship between th
lure. Screech remains a difficult problem to predict and mitigate, and its occurrence can limit the operational flight envelope of military sys
d materials and structures. Our novel sensing system consists of a fber bragg grating (FBG) sensor array interrogated by a low-cost, light-we
st hearing protection due to pressure changes risking barotrauma. Current physiological monitoring systems can measure in-ear pressure le
WIPAS) system This system is based on an innovative surface acoustic wave (SAW)-based passive and wireless pressure sensor and an acous
application is the evaluation of earplug performance, specifcally with regards to the important issue of middle ear pressure equalization a
exhaust impingement, overheating, or during repairs. The earliest heat damage stage, referred to as"incipient"heat damage, m
ts advantages over other techniques are listed below: a) Compact, handheld and low cost, b) Sensitive for incipient heat damage detection
capable of inspecting for heat damage underneath paint and coatings to detect hidden and early-stage degradation of the composite. We w
erations. Triton Systems, Inc, proposes to meet this requirement using a combination of proven cargo/seat handling equipment designs and
The seats will fold against the sidewalls of the aircraft with a one-touch latch operable in less than 30 seconds per seatpair. The seats and c
ss issue of connecting a fber optic link in the aircraft network. Challenges include meeting the requirements for shock and vibration, opera
. This material will be capable for application as a powder coating or consolidated and adhered inner cylinder for use as the bearing"
e stress and wear surfaces. The specifc outcome of Phase I is to use the high fdelity modeling to assist in detecting wear, heat generation
band, this EM problem has an extremely large electric-size and it is further complicated by the sea wave phenomena. Simulation tools exist
operations. Mission success requires a high level of coordination and communication. This research is designed to advance the state of the
on the flight deck or flight line are often subject to extremely loud noise felds (110 to 140 dBA), which makes natural voice communication
o baseband, Radio Frequency (RF) sampling, storing digitized samples into memory and then reversing the process to reconstruct the RF sig
r nodes for transfer and relay of data, imagery, command and control with 360 degree coverage, within a 110NM UAV slant range. This wo
ciency power appliers (PA) will be designed and analyzed. The PA-flter co-design techniques is expected to produce very wide bandwidth,

ated with an undersea transmission system while minimizing the use and number of undersea optical amplifers (repeaters). The David Ros
riting rules that will be used by a binary rewriter to produce an optimized version of the application binary and its libraries that retains all f
along with our partner Aptima, proposes to apply our vast expertise in the design, development and integration of artifcial intelligence te
e system will consist of a permanent magnet (PM) generator attached to the tail rotor output of the turbine gearbox and a direct drive PM
ed silencing facilities or test ranges at sea, these signatures can degrade over time for a variety of reasons, making the platorm more vulne
yer transition, much higher heat transfer rates, and substantial ablation of tungsten and carbon-carbon materials. If laminar flow over the n
eal-time capture, synchronization, and analysis of environmental, physiological, physical, and subjective measures associated with motion-i
tive Trainer. The game elements include a student avatar whose appearance reflects student progress, medals for accomplishment of majo
nd moderate output power. Such a source will have extensive commercial applications in next-generation wireless communications, as well
energy weapons. To achieve high actuator count and high speed, a new structural architecture need to be demonstrated. We propose to d
new measures for the new skills and aptitudes associated with the control of intelligent, semi-autonomous robotic systems. Taking this ne
rophic effects. Effective performance in such conditions has many dimensions, including technical profciency, probability of catastrophic fa
ve desired outcomes. Unfortunately, reallocation is typically a manual process that results in sub-optimal use of resources and force effectiv
owth relative to what would occur in the absence of residual stress. Compressive residual stresses, on the other hand, have the opposite eff
an anti-ice system based on an electrothermal system that will be light weight, low power, and able to be retroftted to existing RPA. Seash
State University in the development of the compact, wide bandwidth flight qualifable systems. The EagleEye combines the OSC expertise
5 or 6. As part of the program we will conduct a feld test at operationally realistic distance using a standard military EO/IR/laser sensor pac
eforms through custom signal processing hardware called a Receiver / Exciter (REX). The REX is complex, expensive, and custom made. Wh
0%, > 30% PAE with additional TWT development. The HPAs linear power is based on an adjacent channel power ratio of < -30 dB at a 1 sym
l be designed for future integration in a compact MPM. The TWT will be designed to generate&gt;50 W of output power with&gt;30 dB line
ever, employing EMAs in critical flight control applications demands reliability assurance and capability to predict failures ahead of time. Th
ithout a specially designed mechanism. In the Phase I study, an innovative mechanism was successfully designed, constructed and proved
mmunication System (HACS) and Engineering Acoustic Inc&#039;s tactors with the Lockheed Martin Distributed Operations (DisOPS) GPS-d
tive liquid cooling in and around the Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMICs). The Heatsink solution utilizes the embedment of
ovide superior thermal stability, hydrophobicity, isocyanate compatibility and impact insensitivity. In Phase II, we will build upon our Phase
stimulated Brillouin scattering) gain coefficient (10**(-15) to 10**(-12) vs 10**(-11) m/W). Thus, there are many efforts underway to devel
mart phones. MAPHAC&quot;s long-term vision is to provide timely and accurate&quot;video game&quot;-like information about places h
weight azimuth sensing device is proposed based upon detection of the sky polarization pattern. The proposed device falls into the categor
ptics of all kinds. The new process will signifcantly improve the glint reduction at large angles of incidence compared to current methods.
on Systems (MISSPEL) developed and proven feasible in Phase I. Up to 30 dB in-band reduction of intermodulation products (IMP) up to 7t
complete system including cell and stack scale-up and testing, and a SAFC specifc water recovery subsystem. The SAFC system shall produ
ary base camp applications. V Squared suggests a quickly deployable, low-profle, high energy density design concept that offers signifcan
no systematic method for assembling environments and designing experiments or training from these multiple perspectives. To meet this n
c and engineering groundwork that has been established for electrodeposited nanostructured Al alloys (nano-Al) will be employed in this p
and dielectric flms will trap, concentrate and absorb a narrow frequency band while strongly reflecting out-of-band light. Tuning the frequ
imit. As a result, one of the many important applications such as low concentration chemical detection cannot be performed. A solution to
ve high-sensitivity, high-resolution X-ray imaging through its integration into exist-ing CT detectors. The material we propose is recently dis
art attempts to measure surface topology, especially in the bearing region of these large diameter lenses, failed due to the steep curvature
is understood of debris ejection during this phase of the solid rocket burn. Control Vision, Inc. proposes developing a sensor suite containin
mponents based on waveguide are very low loss but are limited in bandwidth. Components based on substrate material such as ceramic o
components operating over very wide bandwidth, at frequencies up to 110 GHz. In the Phase 1 effort, we will develop concepts for very w
The near-term goal for Phase I is to defne and develop a concept for improving simulation training using AI in VBS2 and JSAF, focusing on i
dle very dense maritime surface picture conditions that can exceed 1,000+ surface contacts that quickly become overwhelming for operato
ased on a multi-emitter pump module that is currently under commercial development at nLIGHT. The commercial laser product, upon wh
detection and complex temporal signal prediction. In the phase-2 effort we will develop a production ready Scalable and Extensible Neura
initial purchase price as well as high life cycle costs per platorm. This activity will implement a broad area hostile fre sensing architecture
ytokine and inflammatory mediator release, ischemia-reperfusion injury, and others, as well as complications such as hemorrhage and rhab
e wound management at the point of injury to deal with more complex wounds, particularly with respect to infection control. There is a si
hanges, or the disruption of public utilities. Despite the critical needs for rapid epidemiological surveillance, assessment, and response in
for meeting the next generation requirements. One of the technology needs is a higher performing Nosecone. To address that need, San
ding sensors that are not owned by the MDA. Optimally utilizing these next generation of high fdelity Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR)
is system that performs automated rule learning from data traces - TraceLogic. Operations on aircraft carriers are described as controlled c
hod described here implements a beaconless sensor based on the collection of target-scattered light. Post-processing of the beacon-detect
e target surface. Since a small spot is needed, the laser must be projected from the main aperture, complicating the optical design. With th
t suffer from acute motion sickness often experience some level of sopite syndrome, characterized by persistent fatigue and drowsiness. W
dividualized instruction using EW serious addictive games in accordance with evolving cognitive science research, and an Assessment capab
t-Discriminator (CELPMAT) system based on the innovative data fusion of multi-modal sensors for surface, subsurface, and air target detecti
assify high value targets to type using AD &amp; D&quot;s proven automated detection and classifcation technology. The remote node wi
or is utilized to provide the vehicle propulsion and all necessary electrical power for onboard functions within a small installed package. A
ne platorm. MACE will be used to drive and control the Raytheon Stirling / Pulse Tube Two-Stage (RSP2) Cryocooler. The RSP2 is of great in
system consists of a comparatively wide feld of view sensor that employs miniature optics and a custom short-wave infrared (SWIR) came
highest precision, or optimum microstructure, these optimizations require trade-offs between scan rate, layer thickness, bed heating, and u
orientation, these data cannot be converted to the geo location and ground track of the source. There is therefore a need for a sensor to d
g alternator that uses rare earth magnets. The Parallel Path Magnetic Technology combines magnets in parallel to drive high flux densities
so susceptible to attacks due to collaboration between nodes to achieve near optimal performance. The performance and security of such
High risk regions for TD include areas where US service members are deployed. The rapid identifcation of immune responses to enteric pa
cannot be easily redeployed to new platorms or systems. In addition, training materials cannot be easily explored or managed through a s
to manage stability operations. First, there simply are not enough trained personnel for the mission. As a result, soldiers not trained in sta
al nature are often as debilitating, and there is an increasing need for support tools. Such tools should allow for standardized tracking, mon
viduals. Currently, there is no lower-extremity prosthesis available that can monitor the metabolic costs of the amputee. The proposed solu
the interceptor payload has been identifed as an excellent component for weight reduction through the use of high temperature composi
mpromising system complexity, the proposed design enables very high thermal efficiency and a readily scalable modular design, made poss
, particularly periodic orientation (PO) of thick gallium nitride flms (PO-GaN) to meet many of the NLO device requirements if new method
parametric oscillation (OPO), due to its wide bandgap (3.4eV), high thermal conductivity (220-260 W/m-k), and wide transparency window
entional chemical propellants or explosive ordnances. The launch conditions of future hypersonic projectiles will put extreme mechanical a
n State University and its OEM partners, will investigate ceramic fber-reinforced ceramic matrix composite fabrication via a novel feld assis
matic cost reduction and improved CMC performance. FAST is also known as&quot;Spark Plasma Sintering&quot;(SPS). MATECH proposes t
tion of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and other automated systems are likely to require major changes to existing operational procedure
perations. Aircraft carrier decks will be central to many such operations involving multiple UAS, traditional piloted aircraft, sensory equipme
age stamp. This technology, based on OEwaves crystalline whispering gallery mode (WGM) resonator, can be modifed to provide wideband
a set of such stabilized, frequency-dense cavities to mimic discrete 30-120GHz band coverage, the absence of wideband electrical gain in th
ave a profound impact on the performance and reliability of most of the integrated circuits (ICs) providing critical functionality for electroni
ny time of the day. We achieved signifcantly high gain compared to traditional GPS receivers so that Time to First Fix is expected to be imp
SICs) with a gate count&gt;10M and Total Ionizing Dose (TID) performance&gt;1 Mrad. Meeting this objective enables building of satellites
to monitor environmental variables or actuators for system controls. The nodes will be powered via a magnetically coupled RF energy tran
n measurement and dynamic model. The key innovations in this effort include i) powerful measures of nonlinearity and non-Gaussianity, ii
e-as-a-Sensor (E-SAS) system. The DF &amp; NN Space Situational Awareness (SSA) fusion tools, Modern Technology Solutions Incorporate
vice, as well as enable increased temperature for reduced the defect density by a combination of new substrates and refned thermal man
high-speed, and high-resolution non contact inspection of machined detail parts and assemblies for manufacturing and production of adv
increase the electrochemical energy storage density of batteries. The energy densities of current batteries are restricted by their utilization
ts INS as a core sensor and applies SAR measurements to mitigate inertial drift. Fusion of SAR and INS data is implemented at two levels. Da
wavelengths. The detectors are made using low cost deposition techniques, at atmosphere, using CMOS readout integrated circuits (ROICs
secondary data storage system. Crossfeld&#039;s approach will provide increased bandwidth and storage capacity to on-board sensor data
able resources for addressing mission objectives. The signifcant disparities in domain-specifc capabilities and their inter-dependencies mak
f data in order to&quot;connect the dots&quot;. In this project, we propose to develop a scalable system for link analysis of data extracte
connecting, a server or network trusting an individual computer connecting to it, and (new here) one network trusting another with which
in. x 8 in.), low-weight (6.4 lb), and power-conserving (17 W) system that is capable of providing better than 2.8 m circular error probable
d tremendous operational cost savings for the DoD due to their superior strength-to-weight ratio when compared to titanium. To take full
s in the era of net-centric warfare and cloud computing. MADSAT is built on: 1) agent-based, distributed execution of optimized query plan
op a microfluidic stem cell analyzer for accurate, non-invasive identifcation of the cell differentiation state in conjunction with automated
rs. Fortunately, a number of proven, evidence-based treatments have been developed to help these communities with these issues. Althou
ent and direly needed by the military. QUASAR and Otosound are partnering on this SBIR project to develop an efficient and objective ti
optimized to run on Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) and multi-core Central Processing Units (CPUs).
e of hydrogen through compression and adsorption at densities predicted to exceed DOE 2015 requirements by 65% and 98% for volumetr
an be deployed in a modestly sized unit to provide continuous monitoring. BENEFIT: This technology is applicable to various types of mon
sents a comprehensive next generation MANET technology that provides; (1) Low Probability of Intercept (LPI)/ Low Probability of Detectio
This effort will advance the TRL of both linear and non-linear digital techniques. Non-linear beamforming technique use the recent fundam
of the entire cellular spectrum. With 5 GHz of bandwidth available per channel, gigabit and greater data rates can easily be accommodated
ons links between Remotely Piloted Aircrafts (RPAs), satellites and terrestrial terminals. As RPAs and associated battlefeld sensors prolifera
itory in a deep Battlespace. This system has to provide real time information on the activities, weather, and dangers in the forward area, as
erials include metal coated carbon fbers and nonwovens, along with nickel nanostrands. The performance capabilities of the materials have
n favorable material properties (e.g., heat treatment, rapid quench, and cold work stress relieving). These processing steps, however, also r
in aircraft components with service temperatures exceeding those of PMR-15. This objective will be achieved through the development an
of woven Teflon release plies was effective at reducing the porosity. These structures allow trapped gases to escape during curing, so that
multiscale fnite element methods for the modeling of interface and interphase phenomena in these material systems. The second approa
ype demonstration device, Scientic and Vanderbilt will develop a novel low noise/low distortion VFE differential amplifer, which achieves t
vement in energy-efficiency while providing support for a wide variety of GNSS codes. The proposed flexible code generator is able to effici
test signals to the Device Under Test (DUT). The SoC also receives the signal at select test points in the DUT signal chain, and converts the
mitations of CT. Lickenbrock has developed an advanced variant of the expectation-maximization (EM) algorithm, and other algorithms, fo
hair cells currently under development for the replication of insect flight, our approach will have long-term applicability to Army UAS conce
nial systems are expected to use up to 1024 of these submodules. Because each submodule has both an inlet and an outlet, the coolant pa
isting in the remediation of problems discovered. GUITAR is multifaceted approach to increasing usability by leveraging integrated tools an
s active against West Nile virus, dengue viruses, and other flaviviruses. In Phase I of this project, we identifed several candidate tetrapepti
While the provision of in-shoe foot orthoses (ISFOs) is commonplace in commercial athletic and outdoor footwear, the provision of similar
ation, temporary shelters and mass-efficient sealant can create this environment within a two-day setup period. HDT developed conceptua
e of turbulence and includes two independent methods for controlling the precise range of flamentation. The adaptive optic correction a
elf, for both receivers and transmitters. Previously, HYPRES built, delivered to US Army CERDEC, and demonstrated an advanced digital-RF r
mation. Fortunately, through crowdsourcing, there are vast, knowledgeable, and unexploited resources in local and military populations tha
decision makers. Commanders have unique information requirements due to short timelines and unknown background data on their assign
e unable to meet size, weight, and power requirements for UAVs. Our approach and the innovation is a reverse turbo-Brayton cryocooler th
quot;i.e., a reservoir of cryogenically-cooled fluid that can be used to precool the cryogenic subsystem, there is a tremendous opportunity t
ying potentially hundreds of targets. In this Phase I effort, we propose to design an integrated planning tool for airborne ISR platorms that
(EO) modulator, and current commercially available EO modulators are not able to withstand the 10kW peak power pulses that can results
fcally, the modulator will be designed to be highly-resistive to electromagnetic attack from high-power microwave and electromagnetic pu
nd ultra-wideband. The modulator is a modifed form of our state-of-the-art low-Vpi lithium niobate Mach-Zehnder modulator, so it will sim
nology. This intimate contact with the fuel cell will levelize heat transfer and supply energy for reforming, enabling the reduction of air-sup
helicopters. The proposing team&#039;s track record of innovation in electric propulsion positions CRG for successful implementation of a h
Progeny Systems Corporation proposes to develop an innovative Check Range Sensor Pod to allow ships and submarines to measure underw
mal shock from surface temperature rise of 2000°C/sec from a Mach 8 launch with point heat fluxes of 4500 BTU/ft2-sec. Multicomponent
the nosetips and suggest they should be made from refractory metals. While metals provide sufficient density for aerodynamic stability, th
provide the required ballistic protection. For this reason, transparent armor is one of the frst places engineers look to reduce overall weig
ufacturing of these lightweight composite materials with improved blast resistance, energy absorbing capability and thermal properties. HA
1411) to reduce weight by over 30% of the current state of the art. Ballistic testing will be completed on a 52 psf single laminate convention
system consists of a master oscillator and power amplifer (MOPA) laser, a frequency doubling laser, and three singly resonant optical para
posal that leverages the laser system development expertise of Q-Peak and the ocean LIDAR modeling experience of PSI to provide an exce
vy air system AVOs. In our targeted solution, we utilize proprietary methodologies that combine standard methods for selection and trainin
ndustrial process control, and free-space optical communications. Existing, commercially available direct diode lasers have some of the mo
alert-to-share capability determines if multiple analysts are continually accessing information with common entities, and alerts relevant an
unlimited ammunition are compelling advantages to laser weapon systems. Among the primary challenges to development and deployme
g. 100-300W/cm2) at the device package to a lower heat flux at the heat sink areas - and do so with minimal thermal resistance. Deliverab
re complete, integrated picture of situations to enable a quicker response while eliminating errors from potential failures of individual sens
nse, battlespace awareness and technical intelligence. To support this mission, enhanced sensors are being developed for the Space-Based
nto a large enclosed environmentally controlled precision milling machine (PMM). Unfortunately, to maintain tight tolerances, the skin pan
be adapted to provide customizable&quot;pick-and-choose&quot;options, including spatial coverage, spectral support, polarization, and fo
on and cross polarization have been fabricated as flat panel construction sample panels and have been evaluated for 0 &amp; #61616; and
ers and the sensor stimulators. The existing data links use COTS based video interfaces that result in a bandwidth shortall by at least 100x f
atural ionosphere is a major issue in the performance of the important radar functions (detection, track, classifcation, intercept support) o
using a Planck-mass-scale, moving s
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lytical rotated overset grids to defne the geometry. Instead of exactly ftting the bodies, an immersed boundary technique will be used, all
flows in large computational domains. To this effect, it focuses on developing: (a) a set of portable and cache-friendly dynamic data structu
associated analysis models remains a challenging and time consuming task. Decomposing and manipulating the design geometry for mesh
task specifc tools that can be operated by the pliers or acceptance that a specifc job simply can&#039;t be accomplished. Vishwa Robotics
onds which may occur because of initial fabrication or service related issues. Detection of such weakened bonds requires an easily used de
h structures. The proposed approach will utilize thermal and mechanical excitation methods to separate the weak/kissing bonds in the adh
AS &amp; T Inc. propose, the Conformal Array Laser Imager for Bondline Evaluation and Repair (CALIBER), designed expressly for this purp
me signature phenomenology is increasingly central to Missile Defense Agencys fundamental mission of development of a Ballistic Missile
solution. This leads to technical goals of having low noise, low dark current in small size pixels in large arrays. While saturated performance
ulti-dimensional approach developed in Phase I and predict vigilance skill performance and aptitude for enlisted classifcation and officer ca
sing, fxing, and reducing rollback and repeatability errors in optimistic models and simulations. In addition, PROMOTE aids in the conversio
timization, fabricating test coupons and small scale throat/prototype large scale parts for the MDA/prime contractor part needs (Aerojet, R
of these arrays by developing technologies that will permit smaller pixels and physically larger arrays. We will also work to improve the ele
tructure of the observed scenes relying on the content of the imagery in fully automated ways. However the research has not matured into
ires analysts to take their eyes away from the image they are analyzing to perform routine functions. This interaction overhead typically lea
ed training tools that span a variety of mission contexts. Because no analyst can be an expert in every sensor platorm, what is needed is a
em. The goal of this program is to eliminate the need to carry extra barrels and change them in combat. The ideal barrel would consist of a
nonlinear analysis tools that can signifcantly improve the post-processing speed and intelligent data mining of large numerical or experime
ure over the set of admissible parameters. We propose to use frequentist-based approaches for non-parametrically estimating probability
rily include input from caregivers. This is unfortunate given today&#039;s technology, where people routinely volunteer to track their own
mbs and extremities, making tasks of walking, reaching, grasping, etc. very difficult or impossible for many patients. It is not enough to focu
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cterized for their monotonic tensile properties in tension and compression as well for their creep resistance. Likewise, multiphase Mo-Si-B
lphin (Tursiops truncatus). The dolphin gastrointestinal microbiome will be characterized by 16S rRNA deep sequencing, and culturable com
ptivity is a priority in order to improve the ftness and readiness of these animals for defense missions. Accacia International proposes to de
nfortunately, such monitoring is challenging in practice, since there is no universal pattern that characterizes misbehaving software. We will
iscrepancies between how software is defned and how it is implemented at the modular level can cascade into critical system errors when
ght simulators, and save time and reduce risk during flight tests to defne launch and recovery envelopes for ship and aircraft combinations.
es and towers. The velocity data is needed to support the validation of CFD models that will ultimately be used to provide sufficient safety
n making processes to generalize from experience and avoid repetitive errors. However, the sheer quantity of data gathered can make stora
missions in unknown environments. The key innovation in this effort is a computationally and space-efficient computational memory mod
ties can run into storage limitations when burdened with large amounts of sensor data over long mission durations. This proposal will devel
he HED power source is a novel high-temperature, spectrally-selective metamaterial emitter with a tailored emission spectrum matched to
nge with TPV energy systems is achieving a high-energy conversion efficiency, and one of the critical aspects of the energy conversion proc
arts, they provide a long term maintenance-free power generation. Key factors affecting performance include matching the emitter spectru
n this proposal, ColdQuanta will team with Dr. Jun Ye at JILA and the University of Colorado at Boulder to develop a portable, turn-key syste
ents resulting from immobilizing the cold-atom sample with an optical lattice formed from an optical feld whose wavelength is chosen to m
magnetometer in a regime that is inherently free of sources of drift in the lasers or cell to achieve unprecedented low drift at low frequency
f cognitive science can contribute to the design of a new generation of systems that are far more helpful: based on knowledge of user roles
g on the context in which they are operating, and must do it in a proactive manner. Today, massive quantities of data are passed blindly be
rors. This problem is exemplifed in undersea warfare and specifcally contact management for safe littoral navigation. In littoral navigation,
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ing process. The Phase I tradeoff design studies will assess the FESS size, operating speeds and material requirements needed to achieve th
) system and the Airborne Laser Mine Detection System (ALMDS) currently use frequency-doubled 1-µm lasers as the laser source. The gen
ng. SoarTech, with its proven track-record of basic and applied research and transition into actual deployment, will bring forward advanced
Decision Points for the Company and below in austere environments. Operating in the Cloud, I2EDM will continuously fuse tactical informa
ture enough for transition. Efforts will be made to ensure the enhancement will not come with signifcant loss of efficiency. The Phase I effo
detection of the incident laser radiation, the direction from which it is originating, and characterization of its wavelength and temporal prof
iode pumps and a unique solid state crystal with excellent energy storage properties for high peak power, short pulsed green lasing output
added efficiencies in excess of 90%. To achieve this performance, this project will develop new approaches to increase the breakdown volt
ing acoustic systems of interest to the U.S. Navy. Present day active acoustic system performance models, which contain reverberation mod
sensors for temperature and motion capture. The core of the Phase I project will focus on demonstrating the feasibility of the device for E
Although sensing modalities and the information that can be gleaned from them is a fairly well advanced science, the sensors themselves l
ese alloys for specifc applications. In particular, this research will focus on addressing core aspects of Integrated Computational Materials E
devices to the body for best-quality signal capture and continuous health monitoring by seamlessly integrating with the body, under clothin
strate switch-mode amplifers that use a novel gate design with Gallium Nitride forming the basis for solid state power amplifcation.
adiance levels seen in practice. OPTRA, Inc. proposes a solution based on the complementary combination of CMOS readout integrated cir
warning systems. The proposed wide optical bandwidth will be achieved by adapting previously developed methods. The system will explo
rojectiles. However, with the classifcation of cobalt as a strategic and critical material that the US Department of Health and Human Servic
cyber-physical systems-of-systems, and that will pave the way to certifcation of systems that were previously too complex to rigorously ce
sm to enable such reasoning at both the system and system-of-systems levels. The enhancements that will be developed are in three majo
data at 5kHz. The system will consist of a multichannel readout system, extreme environment transducers, and different, but easily applie
of military aircraft, including hypersonic vehicles. Instrumentation that can survive the high temperature environment while delivering acc
speed to provide ultra-high power density. The resulting system will be compact, lightweight, efficient, robust, and reliable. Our team is ide
for high temperature applications. While rare-earth (RE) based alloys have played a pivotal role in modern defense and high-tech industry,
The slow tuning response speeds, high material losses, and device noise at higher frequencies have also limited their widespread applicati
munitions for small arms. The objectives of this effort are to: 1) Mechanically compact the WC and binder powders, 2) Sinter the compacted
-mining strategy and model reduction technology based on thermodynamics and manifold learning techniques and on nonlocal dispersive
compounds created to replace them, the performance falls with the sensitivity. The ORBITEC team proposes the development of new ener
est (&quot;NTSOI&quot;) for threat detection, avoidance, and targeting on the C-130. We will frst identify and specify potential conforma
ation of conformal antennas pose special challenges, since the structural and material designs are fxed and only minimal changes can be m
nd it is probable that operating costs could be reduced if recent advances were used. Since a complete redesign is out of the question, the
al simulations, wind tunnel and flight tests are typically carried out to investigate the aerodynamic loading on the doors, but analyses often
gram is to develop a methodology that will allow the unsteady aerodynamic loads on deployed aircraft bay doors to be evaluated early in t
esign and efficiency across a range of multi-point flight conditions. Emphasis will be placed on defning the interdisciplinary interactions an
design architecture is an enhancement of the Collaborative Optimization technique. It allows discrete design choices and leverages on Vari
LWIR (8-12 micron) regions. While QCLs have become the sources of choice in these spectral regions, the only realistic option to attain hun
um (IV) oxide chemistry. The cells are flexible and have a low recharge voltage. This makes them useful in a variety application as well (mou
ossible. It is now well agreed that artic regions are critical to man&quot;s understanding of the environment. Historically sensor packages f
s - are attributed to spacecraft charging. While measurements of electron emission, surface potential, and electrostatic breakdown provid
This system captures infrared radiation, rectifes it and converts it to a direct current for further processing. In this Phase II project, we plan
achieve very wide scanning angle with diffraction limited beam quality. We develop a very scalable electro-optic plasmonic waveguides arr
ety at a working depth of 1000 ft of sea-water; protecting the body from the high external pressure at depth, while providing a sustainable
nts will be beam combined monolithically using a unique spectral beam combining technique. The combined outputs will reach power leve
the flight performance of aircraft, they offer the possibility to install a greater number of antennas, or larger antennas, than conventional a
erformance and acoustics requirements for multiple flight conditions poses a serious analytical challenge, given structural constraints, wei
titiveness in the defense and clean energy sectors and creates a strategic vulnerability for the United States. This STTR proposal aims at de
are facing more security challenges, such as the more possible physical access to a target device and more constrained computing environm
prove the feasibility of this powerful technology: 1. Advanced algorithms were used to develop compressive measurement basis sets for im
delays and expense in the felding of improved designs. Recent rapid advancements in digital human modeling now allow the developmen
erently. This defense can be applied proactively, to create a&quot;moving target&quot;by periodic reconfguration. Implementing these str
process. As part of it, we will conduct a wind tunnel demonstration of a&quot;retrofttable&quot;bay door that is integrated with an array
MD systems require sensor preprocessing, optical distortion correction, and image processing between the sensor inputs and the microdispl
pt will achieve the government&quot;s performance requirements and address the two most challenging technical issues for practical helm
3D data from a variety of sources without the need for glasses, head tracking or any other supporting devices. Zebra Imaging&#039;s light-
t communication protocols in cross-platorm communication at an engineering level. However, little work has been conducted to ensure th
for this instrument include a compact design with built in calibration loads, including a COLFET that achieves a low temperature reference w
among distributed crews, technologies must manage training activities and evaluate collaborative performance. Current mission planning
s. The VPHS will input high resolution image data from imaging sensors, process that data to yield enhanced visualizations and output the
mplement a massively parallel computation and display engine capable of generating fringe information and directly&quot;writing&quot;fr
mpetes with other display systems for valuable cockpit volume. The objective of this program is to develop a new approach to the HUD arc
red to ft multiple cockpits without modifying the core optical elements. It meets the requirement to reduce power space and cooling by 2
nd dispersion of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by individuals. The intended application of these capabilities is to supplement
may be enterprise owned or personally owned (governed by a Bring Your Own Device policy). Given the limited battery and CPU on mobile d
cess control mechanism that will dynamically adjust data access for individuals based on their proximity to others/organizations in terms o
eed, CFDRC is proposing an innovative method called CAPSA (Controlling Access using Proximity-focused Semantic Analysis) for granting acc
tiple forensic data archives; however, only a small fraction of this GMTI is exploited because analysts lack trust in automated GMTI exploita
e will result in two key products: (1) a sophisticated simulator capable of modeling complex behaviors and relationships in a consistent man
f so designated, and tailored for their devices, facilitating their rapid reaction to changing operational conditions. The team proposes to int
he full capability of its airborne reconnaissance and surveillance assets. The synergy between different sensor platorms will provide enhan
rs via a very narrow (56k) communication channel. The current point-to-point solution of IR data compression implementation at the data d
yloads has become an increasingly attractive option. The advantages offered by digital beam-forming stem from the ability to create comp
environments. The focus will be on chaotic signal generation schemes that are based on fnite-precision digital models, rather than underly
uipment. Our proposed solution for the WDCS will facilitate the introduction of additional Digital IF technology, such as all digital modems a
in contextusing an understanding of temporal evolution, to consider how different conflicts may be related, and how the underlying source
telligence analysts identify relevant documents, integrate facts into summaries about current situation, and augment existing knowledge w
where individuals are increasingly adept at leveraging various forms of communication, transaction mechanisms, and travel patterns in su
ethods employed will adapt previous research work performed by the PI&quot;s while advancing the work to better meet the needs of the
assigned an appropriate classifcation before it may be disseminated. Normally, classifcation information is stored as metadata attached to
pid dissemination of intelligence products across security domains. Securboration is teaming with Matrix International, a leading provider o
ers are confronted with&quot;stovepipes,&quot;making it difficult to gain a full appreciation of blue force activities involving others outsid
ces are available to them, where they are, and how best to use them in a mission. Blue force awareness currently stems from readiness app
ntic web tools and standards to develop a friendly force knowledge representation that captures cross-domain dependencies among physic
provide assurances that the software on a computing system has not been tampered. While the basics of trusted computing have been
ity of our approach to quantify and adopt the end-to-end trust of components in large network infrastructures. The proposed approach wi
on sensitivity depends on the area enclosed by a circular optical path, so it is impossible to signifcantly reduce the size of a standard fber o
ool (ModelCenter) paired with a SysML environment (e.g. MagicDraw or Rhapsody). The new features will include the auto-generation of us
nd development process, and aid in making better acquisition decisions for space. AWCAMS will be an open-source, standards-based fram
akers need to address. A team of experienced system engineers can be leveraged to understand and explain many of these tradeoffs using
its long life and low vibration characteristics. Our specifc technical objectives also include: a total cryocooler mass of less than 500 g, com
earch, detection, tracking, and imaging modes. Work under this task will be focused on signal and data processing of TASS sensor suite targ
devices require fabrication in other materials, such as gallium arsenide (GaAs). For both Si and GaAs substrate materials, attempts to&quot
tor LED arrays hybridized to CMOS read-in integrated circuits. This project leverages read-in circuit design and control electronics that were
cation. The threshold operational region could exceed the specifed 1200 to 1800 nm at power level of many microwatts per pixel in the n
players for instructional and research purposes. The warfghter&quot;s ability to modify and distribute this mission data is currently limited
abilities of separate component solutions, such as mission planning, briefng, debriefng and performance assessment. The key challenges
Guided Image Conformal Head Mounted Display (MAGIC-HMD) system based on advanced waveguide volume diffractive optics in photopol
fail to provide the high acuity and felds-of-view that are desired by today&quot;s war fghters as well as commercial users. When laser ey
s (HMDs), Luminit, LLC proposes to develop a novel Curved Wave-guided Holographic Display (CWHD) for pilot visors. This system will be b
h-fdelity voxelized anatomical body models have been used in conjunction with sophisticated EM and thermal solvers to predict energy ab
ciency antenna subsystem capable of near-term deployment for E-band (71-76 GHz) and W-band (81-86 GHz) high-data rate communicatio
data securely and in compliance with DoD standards.&quot;The user can designate image areas of interest or let CIRRUS processes automa
spatial domain. However, adaptive beamforming doesn&#039;t account for frequency differences in interferers, and may be difficult to im
ming or interference. BENEFIT: Military applications for this technology include warfghter satellite communications and AISR. Commercial
nology in this SBIR is the IF L-band digital channelizer to down-convert the entire IF L-band signal, digitize the signal in a 500 MHz bandwid
ntents such as high resolution surveillance images and videos, while on the other hand, civilian applications require high defnition multime
new system, which we call FlowTrust, to evaluate real-time trust scores of networked computer systems based on observed network traffic
ysis. This instrument combines two novel technologies: (1) a self-sustaining laminar-flow water condensation particle counter and collector
D Gaming Environment (W3DGE). The W3DGE is a game-based, networked, reconfgurable trainer that can travel anywhere and be assemb
to third and fourth generation aircraft. Ensuring pilots are comprehensively trained across these complex, interrelated tasks is simply not e
nt for next-generation multi-role aircraft. Built on COTS hardware, the tactics, techniques, and procedures trainer will offer the user a high
ents is represents a unique and critical capability for the Air Force. Lumir Research Institute proposes to build the Predicting, Analyzing, an
hers are only able to model the electromagnetic effects on the human body of communications, medicine, security, or military devices in a
redict the transport and dispersion of VOCs in both interior spaces and the environment will assist in defning the technical requirements a
perly allocated, performance degrades, and missions may fail. To avoid operator overload, a thorough, real-time evaluation of the state of th
e Remote Assets from the lowest network layer, through the Operating System (OS, Kernel) layer, and through the Application layer. These
aphic regions. A methodology and process to design a Geographically-Aware and Targeted Secure Information Dissemination (GATSID) serv
-move present challenges to the communications infrastructure of any organization. Providing the right actionable information to the right
achieved; this provides stronger links and longer ranges over a wider feld-of-view. SI2&quot;s array technology is inherently wideband ena
sfer is validated by the existence of the Intra-Flight Data Link (IFDL) for the F-22 and the Multifunction Advanced Data Link (MADL) for the F
nd EO/IR imagery and data. Prior to going operational with V/W SATCOM, it is necessary to understand and empirically characterize atmos
awned a requisite for an airborne antenna supporting satellite communication at V/W band. The target platorm for this antenna is a large
rvices. CIRRUS will provide high-performance IR data management on the Secure Cloud that is highly available, focused on end-user requi
0 resolution (4.5um pixel pitch) mixed-signal LCoS backplane developed for Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) applications, capable of nominal
unted display (HMD) systems poses a signifcant challenge to developers. HMD systems based on previous processor technology have been
(NLI) development toolkit for constructive agents. We will simplify the creation of constructive agents by making it easy to develop and t
ity (LIMRICC) between US Air Force Command Control Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) wide body air crafts. For highe
rature in sub-bands between 66-86 GHz at a sample of elevation angles. A Monte Carlo photon tracing algorithm calculates anticipated rad
he probability of their involvement in a MAC. Therefore, there exists a need for a postern sense and avoid (SAA) capability that will enable R
n, the developer of Prepar3D and the prime contractor for the F-22 and F-35, will be supporting GameSim with ffth generation aircraft subj
OC) levels emitted by a person for several scenarios of interest. The approach applies&quot;frst principles&quot;, Computation Fluids Dyna
AC) approaches. We propose to develop an innovative, generic PBAC architecture, leveraging several reference technologies: (1) ObjectSec
ure of this transmission and reception capability is the VLF radio, capable of broadcasting worldwide by use of ground transmitters and pro
uclear capability, Air Force faces an urgent need to update legacy VLF equipment to reliably support scenarios where its applicability is vita
erometric Telescopic Array Infrared (MACInTIR) sensor. The proposed MACInTIR sensor system is based on a unique combination of a cohe
xpensive optics. The optics, detectors, and interferometric signal processing principles draw heavily on decades of experience in ground-ba
parable near-Isothermal Refreshable Interface (SIRI) for electronics modules. The innovation in enhanced surface morphology, and integrati
most promising and commercially viable candidate. The effort concludes with a demonstration of performance and capability in a relevant
graphy for holographic video displays and near to eye displays for defense, industrial, medical and consumer applications. LCOS builds on t
are asking them to fly multi-role extended missions that may occur in degraded visual environments. Pilots need a visualization system tha
ved in the development of ultra-high resolution Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) spatial light modulators (SLM) and associated optical system
hout a means to detect airborne NP exposure, there is a potentially hazardous delay in implementation of exposure control protocols. Cur
at scale more closely with particle number or surface area rather than the conventional metric of mass concentration. Real-time monitors t
e-virtual-constructive (LVC) simulation for realistic practice and assessment in various environments, and performance data capture for aft
lution. SBG Labs has developed a break-through solution that overcomes these traditional limitations. We are currently leveraging this brea
these operations using simulations requires synthetic teammates that understand and use text-chat in a realistic, human-like manner, exhi
uctive entities as teammates in a way that enhances training for the human participants. In modern operational environments text messag
l loading causes the viewing domes to emit a high background radiance, which reduces the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of the sensor below
between 50,000 and 70,000ft, for navigation and terminal homing applications. The leading edge of a vehicle traveling at Mach 7 may exp
stability studies as well as preliminary exothermic properties. This will include depth profling via ESCA, XPS, determination of chemistry st
tion. We propose to improve the energetic properties and air-stability of aluminum nanoparticles by encapsulating them with a relatively n
pon impact. This entails the design of an integrated active case and related explosive systems technology that will use air and other eleme
o augment the fuel-air explosion of JP-10. This technology will enable smaller weapon systems to deliver lethal impulses with comparable l
oncept relies upon rapid shock compression of the fuel followed by flash vaporization. Just prior to impact, an annular ring of HE surround
ia is anticipated to be signifcantly greater than 5 meters at a data rate of 50kbits/sec or greater. Two technologies are used simultaneously.
rch programs. The Phase I effort will include supporting a technical start-up meeting at Eglin AFB FL, developing secure data transmit/ rece
ning experience, it will develop an extremely small form factor and inexpensive solution to meet all of the requirements of this system. Du
ature range of -145°C to 450°C. Our Kevlar based composites can be formed and seamed to maintain EM immunity in product lengths curr
s. Materials Research Institute proposes to use metalized nanometric and micrometric materials as conductive fllers to formulate the light
s anticipated to provide valuable armor for electronic devices that suffer from electromagnetic interference. In this proposal, we demonstr
mission at sensing/communication frequencies while enabling broadband electromagnetic shielding outside of these frequencies are usefu
el enclosure while providing the same structural rigidity and comparable EMI/EMP isolation. The enclosure uses proven technologies, and
ntages, but have not been able to provide adequate levels of electromagnetic shielding. Conductive composite materials will be used to fa
e loitering at high altitudes for upwards of 24 hours. As a result, sections of the hydraulic system are becoming cold soaked and prone to le
-100oF and as high as 275oF, in the presence of red hydraulic fluid. The property of compression set is used as a major consideration for th
elow the traditional aircraft minimum of -65°F. Currently, in order for the hydraulic systems to function without leakage of the hydraulic oil,
the photocathode as well as a method for sealing the tube for high vacuum. It is usually made from Corning 7056 glass, of a thickness grea
coatings can degrade over time and compromise desired performance. Unfortunately all LO defects are not evident as part of a visual insp
ms are based on micro-resistor arrays, deformable mirror devices, spatial light modulators, and liquid crystal light valves. In this SBIR progra
s to develop a new ultrawide-feld-of-view Seeker for Small Agile Munitions (S4SAM). The proposed S4SAM includes image, SAL, and naviga
e multimode system is required because of the continued need for military operations to be conducted in difficult urban environments wer
integrated seeker for precision and agile munitions. The enhanced capability is required to address military operations in difficult environm
e architecture which supports multiple radar modes and high speed data link communications. The seeker will be capable of prosecuting s
design; RF design; advanced processing architectures; and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) algorithms design to develop a concept/architectu
rt technology. The proposed approach will use facile, cost effective and scalable wet chemical process. Oceanit&quot;s prior experience in
of particular interest is in producing core-shell energetic materials based on metal (fuel)/metal oxide (oxidizer) chemistry that demonstrate
t of the shielded enclosure while maintaining the shielding effectiveness of this enclosure by using a composite material. This engineering
n, where incident energy is at some other angle besides grazing and the surface than reflects the incident energy into a complimentary ang
applied to the surface of aircraft without damaging the coating layers is investigated. The concepts to be employed in performing the mea
ll signifcantly reduce downtime between aircraft overhauls, reduce worker injuries, and provide uniform coating to the repaired inlets. Uti
f off-the-shelf FANUC robots outitted with long composite tools to reach inside the inlets and accurately deposit coatings. Aerobotix propo
need for an improved analysis methodology that allows designers to reduce the time and cost associated with material and structural deve
attain favorable material properties (e.g., heat treatment, rapid quench, cold work stress relieving, and artifcial aging). These processing s
al vehicles that are robust enough to adapt to the multiple missions a Predator class (or larger) UAV may encounter in theater, are compatib
ulsed lasers with high pulse energy to illuminate the target of interest. Here we proposed to demonstrate and build near 1550nm single fre
pts a multi-pose constrained estimation (MPCE) approach that ensures correct observability by decoupling landmark error states from moti
ty to provide an accurate estimate of the uncertainty of the solution. In this proposal we describe a solution for geo-registration based aro
ntrols and electro-mechanical actuation devices will pose further challenges for energy efficiency and mission capability. Therefore, there is
n existing UIUC and CUA expertise to expand the operational envelope of military and commercial vehicles (aircraft and automobiles). Suc
g integrated circuits will be designed (i) operational amplifer; (ii) voltage reference circuit; and (iii) logic gates with the following functions
e fbers to improve the bulk thermal conductivity and highly conductive bonding layer to reduce the total thermal contact resistance of TIM
uel. The cooling capacity of kerosene-based fuels is low even with endothermic cracking reactions. Increasing the fuel cooling capacity by
nds, several of the loads can introduce very high rates of current change (dI/dt) within the EPS, all of which implies signifcant spectral powe
stable dispersions of small percentages of additives, only limited physical changes to existing combustion systems may be required. The cu
reate aluminum oxide and releases 30% more heat per unit volume than kerosene. Thus, small additions of aluminum nanoparticles to kero
ance. Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc. (FTT) is currently developing spar-shell technologies to enable a revolutionary leap in gas turbine effi
provide complete characterization of soot emissions. Instrumentation for reliable detection and characterization of nonvolatile particulate
he proposed Xwatch program has been structured to work closely with industry to create the military version of an iPhone, but with ubiqui
nt duration of time as 120mm mortar ammo is unloaded manually from the aircraft by, often, low density, high demand Marines in hot land
ology (ADT) system. In the Phase I effort, Mezzo designed thermal management systems for both applications which utilize Mezzo&quot;s a
sonar to locate fshing nets at distances >310 ft and hydrodynamic structure with control surfaces to maneuver the towed array TL-29A aro
ator for use during periods of low wind.
cuting, and assessing *multivariant missions*, that is, missions that include primary and contingency components * Implementing the mul
ms (e.g., soldier mounted, UAV/MAV, UGV, micromunitions, and more). The Vescent EO scanner provides previously unrealizable performan
his approach was that the delineation of axial and radial loads will ensure that each load bearing member can withstand the static and dyna
t able to protect the receivers. Therefore more robust limiters which can handle the transmitted power are needed. These limiters must als
g distributed digitization hardware, piezoelectric-based damage-localization sensors, and a data accumulation hub. Collaborating with Good
the appropriate condenser tube based on a provided positional information and visually signals the operator to continue with inspection fo
dapting to highly variable operating environments. The prototype will demonstrate IDR capability in a relevant laboratory environment usi
he combustion environments of a range of commercial burner rigs and aerospace turbine engines. Based on our expertise in high-tempera
ures in the submerged jet over the fouling to remove it. In Phase I, we successfully demonstrated the feasibility of such a DYNAJETS diver t
udio with useful false-positive and false-negative rates. In Phase II, Voci is is partnering with Vickers &amp; Nolan Enterprises to develop a
patible Base Station. This architecture would allow standard MUOS terminals to operate in mountainous or extremely northern or souther
tronic countermeasures (CREW), and hostile jamming can saturate the spectrum and impair essential communications. Adaptive Dynamics
urf zone, and beach. This suite of algorithms and software will perform accurate long-term tracking of detected targets with high probabilit
uage (ATML) Workbench and the associated suite of tools initially developed and described in the SBIR Phase I Project (N121-027) conducte
s such as MEDAL provide some support to address these issues, but those tools lack a comprehensive coverage of the process; in particula
orn Display (SEEALL-HWD) system. Successfully developed and proven feasible in Phase I, SEEALL-HWD is based on free-form imaging optics
decomposing the system into a set of modular components, and determining component interfaces; 2) Develop a web-based prototype ap
requirements. Specifcally, surface, underwater and buried mines pose one of the most serious threats to US Navy vessels operating in litto
This proposed technology is based on size separation of visible emissions particles in a micro-virtual impactor and real-time load measure
ey desirable characteristics of such systems: that they be declarative, generative, self-aware, and prescient. Declarative means that behavio
breaking the barriers in terms of computer aided design (CAD) simulation accuracies and capabilities. It furthers the art of exploiting availab
ed and optimized and then the components are spliced together to create the fnished device. Pump efficiencies of over 96% and power h
pecifcally, the main objective of this proposed Phase I research effort is to develop the concept for a new simulation capability that enhanc
s for control of engine settings for RPA internal combustion engines (ICE) operating on heavy fuels. The sensor will be based on laser light s
SUAS). The development of IMPULSE will lead to a state-of-the-art, high-energy-density power system that is cruise efficient for extended e
, thru a second ITB in variable modes for additional power on demand and at high altitude. Northrop Grumman has indicated signifcant in
eptable. Thermal efficiencies of current offerings hovering around 30% and below indicate that even modern turbine/turboprop engines a
ull proposal. The applicable aircraft and system requirements will be identifed. A preliminary SOFC combustor will be designed and a benc
nce, increased power for auxiliary/sensor systems, and low altitude, low speed maneuverability are becoming paramount, specifcally, in th
anent magnet motor (PMM). This variable speed input optimizes propulsion system performance and efficiency. This approach delivers nea
anical stresses, contributing to fatigue, are intricately coupled with thermal effects. Therefore, a realistic simulation of bearing performance
70) direct current (DC) systems. The initial instantiation of these electrical analogs resulted in higher-than-anticipated demand and regene
ns of turbine engine component flow felds, particularly those associated with thrust augmentors, i.e., afterburners. This tool will be ideall
ission execution. These new support centers utilize modern service based architecture and high speed data links to provide the capability t
a major beneft. One of the primary cost drivers of the towed array is the hydrophone itself and a new design and manufacturing concept
ostic and prognostic information to maintenance crews through Condition Based Maintenance (CBM), which allows parts to be replaced on
existing laminated composites using a proprietary manufacturing method. General Nano's work in performed in partnership with a leading
nd atomic clocks. Operational features readily accommodate cooling cycles for achieving BEC. The versatility of the laser system is a critical
rd chiller efficiency can be increased by introducing an intermediate sink water system at 68°F to directly cool the equipment loads and add
o large to ft on a typical tube-launched UAV. Second, sources of magnetic noise such as the motor are close to the sensors and have the po
hase II design and development activities will result in a deliverable prototype system capable of demonstrating functionality, value, mitiga
ngs such as AS81820 and AS81819. To reach that goal, NanoLab and its subcontractors will refne the sensor design, demonstrate their inse
are many different types of repair methods, resin injection offers a less intrusive method of repair and does not require near the post-proc
d L2 signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. Mayflower&quot;s approach to meet the Navy objective in this SBIR progra
d by the boats. However, detection of small boats still remains a very challenging problem. Most small boats are simply not visible to a typ
tion (POC) is developing a new Jamming Effect Simulation and Synchronization (JESS) system based on our physics-based RF propagation sim
and collaboration between Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Forces (MPRF) airborne platorms, sensor systems and authorized users.
uations in the area of operations that pose considerable risks to mission assets; both personnel and equipment. However, no decision suppo
ere defned as being equipped with ADS-B that broadcasts that aircraft&quot;s position and velocity vectors. Non-Cooperative targets mus
on of novel epitaxial structures and advanced fabrication technologies. Thanks to the very high critical electric feld of GaN, in addition to th
ng a novel combination of electronic and photonic hardware together with digital processing software. During Phase II, we will develop a p
ided by modeling. It is expected that prototype wound capacitor with energy density of 4 J/cc can be achieved by the end of the Phase II p
tiple operations and missions. Including intent as a quantitative and deterministic input into data exchange operations will have a large posi
he coherence of the light source, enabling a diffraction-limited spot to form each pixel--enabling a pixel pitch less than 2.7 microns for high
ndoff particle emissions with compliance to EPA standards. Our innovative in-situ optical sensor is capable of accurately measuring interre
provides a comprehensive Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) that will leverage the connectivity of the GIG to enable interoperability an
g of the maintenance. Currently, once an aircraft arrives at the depot, it spends time in the maintenance queue waiting for the problem to b
mmercial and military arenas to enhance existing aircraft maintenance capabilities, and develop the concept demonstration for an Automa
es require that the software be partitioned between a more powerful centrally located host and the mobile computing devices. This requir
T) or Combat Identifcation (CID), to provide a common functionality for sustained Electronic Warfare (EW) systems. The effort leverages R
radio frequency (RF) emitters sharing similar characteristics and of course spectrum and (2) ever increasing digitization of radar front-ends
ng from unsteady flow in the weapons bay. The software will include physics-based, reduced-order models that predict six-degrees-of-freed
is typically available prior to detailed influence load collection. One of the approaches will make use of independent parametric informatio
compressed and stored in an easily reusable and distributable format. The tool will rapidly determine store+bay confgurations that display
onetix will leverage extensive experience in wireless high temperature sensor materials, devices, packaging, and data acquisition, to develo
orporation (POC) proposes to develop a new SAA Postern Insect Eye/Neuromorphic (SAPIEN) sensor system. SAPIEN is an electro-optical se
ormance. Our WHRS absorbs heat from aircraft thermal loads, including a Thermal Energy Storage (TES) system that absorbs and stores he
om air platorms in a manner that will allow the system to meet size, weight, and power constraints and not signifcantly impact survivabilit
s electromagnetic interference (EMI). Unexpected and unmitigated EMI, especially from high power systems (HPEMI) can cause deleteriou
y through the conductors in the power distribution network (PDN) of packaged chipsets. This process needs to be better understood. Mod
llouin scattering (SBS) and stimulated Raman scattering (SRS), provide an upper limit on the operating power of kW-class fber laser system
bers. Based on modeling and design optimization, we will fabricate kilowatt capable power combiner prototypes for pump coupling to dou
he design of HEL phased arrays by presenting a complete beamlet tracking and steering in an extraordinarily compact design. A full 50 cm
in target based phase measurement approaches provides us with a unique insight into the basic requirements of both the subaperture for
High Energy (APACHE) weapon systems. The APACHE architecture, based on an a thermalized conformal optical design and novel electron
nology to interface with heat sinks integrated into the active precision pointing fber support structure. The result is a highly efficient therm
ment SystEm (FRAME) for high power laser applications. The FRAME system is based on a new circularly symmetric cooling confguration t
models that are capable of representing a vast array of potential targets. Information about the platorm orientation collected from on-boar
sue of pointing the laser weapon to a specifc hit point when there are no features in the required direction. Even if there are features in th
solution Helmet-Mounted Display (SMALLER-HMD) system. This proposed system is based on compressed sensing of advanced low-power
to the pilot. The SWIR cameras offer high resolution and high frame rate FPAs (1280 x 1024 &amp; 60Hz) with accommodation to 2560 x 2
tablet computer. The SOE is one element in a proposed family of devices incorporating features from the SPYRUS Secure Pocket Drive, the
ls do not all produce the required markings, nor can they always follow the latest version of standards such as the DoD Discovery Metadata
ls and analog cells specifcally for use in automating the design of Rad Hard analog circuits. STI was able to prove feasibility of a revolutiona
- and V- band transceiver. BENEFIT: Escape&#039;s approach to adaptive coding and adaptive symbol rate provides maximum throughput
able a very wideband modem for W/V band MILSATCOM applications is described and a work plan defned to demonstrate feasibility. Spac
e manufacturing process for Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs). Once developed and validated, the methodology would be used in the co
unctionality. Both the 4- and 7-element confgurations are backwards compatible with ADAP/GAS-1N and GAS-1 standard military CRPA co
eapon systems and improve their effectiveness. In the proposed effort, Toyon Research Corporation proposes to design and fabricate a fve
ensor (FOxSense) network system for the real-time in-situ monitoring of the oxygen ullage environment for the closed-loop fuel tank inertin
objectives, thereby making reliability of power systems components one of the most essential design parameters. Specifcally, ffth-genera
dvanced rotary EMA technologies for primary flight control actuation systems; enable thin-wing architectures on next generation aircraft an
ation is an advanced EMA technology based on an axial flux, permanent-magnet machine structure. The unique shape of this device enabl
rial/coating system, and to demonstrate this systems&#039;ability to survive in an environment representative of a reusable oxygen-rich st
00 keV and suitable for Space applications. The proposed system combines the technologies of ion beam generation from an electrospray
t and emerging conventional and alternative power systems. At the end of Phase II, MDD will have developed a comprehensive energy sim
he aerospace industry because they are difficult to measure and can lead to premature failure of flight-critical components. There are seve
on of hot target saturation and image degradation effects in imaging sensors. The S3-TECH&quot;s innovative technology will demonstrate
multiple reinfltration and pyrolysis cycles to maximize matrix density. While the frst cycle typically uses a ceramic powder flled polymer, su
non-linear viscoelastic fluid through a poroelastic body. A salient feature of the method is that the constraints due to stoichiometry are tak
c laser radar to obtain fne resolution 3D images or synthetic aperture synthesis to image through a number of small sub-apertures rather t
as the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The O2 sensor system is intended to support the Onboard Inert Gas Generation System (OBIGGS) aircraft fu
fgure the Adaptive Power and Thermal Management System (APTMS) based on the subsequent flight profle to enable the APTMS to use t
ve historically been related to nonlinearities such as uncontrolled diode rectifers, zero crossing distortion, and fluctuating loads. However
reporting turbine particulate matter (PM) emission rates. There is a need for thorough research to experimentally determine the accuracy
00 barrels of petroleum-based fuels per day. During wartime OPTEMPO, generators burn more fuel than any other single source, including
escribed in the recent Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) study. Under the proposed program, we propose to design, fabricate, and prove in tes
ost and inadequate autonomous control capabilities. HDMs team, including partners ZeroBase Energy and Raytheon, proposes the Adaptive
es. Current measurement methods rely on mechanical dial indicators that struggle to provide the required accuracy, are difficult to use in ti
ly encountered during military use. NanoSonic will apply our HYBRIDSIL Solar materials to flexible solar cells to demonstrate environmenta
image capabilities and the small Size, Weight and Power (SWAP) budget of the typical SUAS, there is a growing need for a video exploitatio
ession, low SWaP and fast development are fundamental industry requirements that mesh perfectly with the SUAS ISR mission. Having bui
y at the imaging plane. Both techniques add considerable size, weight, power requirements, and cost to the sensor system. Boulder Nonlin
ctive video compression and maximizes the useful content in data transmission. Neuromorphic classifers currently hold the records for gre
are fully recoverable. Further, software for fully reconstructing a scene from an image set is now freely available. As the range of viewpoint
rages the constraints relied upon by both approaches. When an area of interest is imaged from a long distance with little angular diversity
e antenna (ERA) placed in the focal region of a foldable parabolic dish with an offset focus. Toyon has repeatedly demonstrated and patente
rature operation ranges. To make further advancements, an enabling high temperature and extreme harsh environment integrated circuit
fficient larger motor which operates on 270VDC. The optimization of EM actuator parameters starts with straightorward math and require
ena, including acoustics, combustion, and turbulence. The goal of this project is to provide a framework that will allow the development o
ds to collect laser drilling process data. This data is then processed by a specially designed integrated control system to generate a real-time
or widespread utilization, and even smaller scale inorganic cells are too rigid and too heavy to be integrated into all next generation aero-st
osed loop fashion. The need for such an adaptive and flexible architecture is driven by the ever increasingly challenging military radar envi
tion of performance metrics to assess FAR system performance, and (ii) to develop analytical as well as computer simulation methods for d
the displaced phase center antenna (DPCA) technique. Hybrid ATI/DPCA exploits the complementary information from each method and
Responsivity&gt;0.7 A/W at 1550 nm wavelength; (b) -3 dB Bandwidth&gt;60 GHz; (c) -9 dB Bandwidth&gt;80 GHz; (d) 1 dB Compression
omaterials synthesis, processing, and incorporation, SMRC will synthesize or modify nanoparticles with surface treatments to maximize the
particles including particle stability, agglomeration, oxidation, solid combustion by-products containing metals and the environmental issue
olution are used to cover the majority of the computational domain except near the body surfaces for taking advantages of ease of grid ge
ated with traditional hermetic can (HC) packaging dominates the overall cost of transceivers felded in the aerospace systems such as the F-
d ADC architecture includes both superconductor and semiconductor analog-to-digital converters and mixed-signal inter-range circuitry. Th
cal modeling and simulation (M&S) tools and techniques. In Phase I, PEC identifed the key technical issues, which include the high loading
r are too difficult to apply in the feld. Akita Innovations proposes to develop and test a new paradigm for optoelectronic device encapsula
an order of magnitude greater than the bulk material. Although less costly powders exist, they have large size and shape distributions whic
mia and industry to reliably identify visible and hidden corrosion on aluminum surfaces and components, restore lost coating material, or c
aired and restored aluminum. Innovations are proposed for a self-healing polyurethane-based top coat that satisfes the functional perform
aN MISHFET technology offers radical device performance improvement over SiC MOSFETs and other device types in terms of transconduc
arge volutes, and housings exposed to or submerged in LOX. The high pressures present in these turbopumps dictate that the LOX compati
al protection and at the same time provides sufficient damping characteristics to prevent fatigue failure. Furthermore, when applied to the
dividual micro-guns as small as one micron crossectional diameter are possible, on a pitch of under 2 microns. A fully scalable array of the
bine engines, i.e. screech and rumble. For a rigorous high-fdelity numerical model for acoustic combustion in engine augmentors, we iden
ftware developed in this project, the DMS500 will represent a robust, cost-effective instrument package that can be rapidly adopted and de
System (JTRS) Software Defned Radio (SDR) or a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) SDR.
s based on visual, electrical, or mechanical inspection. Consequently, changes in chemical composition and physical properties can occur w
nic techniques are proven to be defcient. Typically differentiation of layers, structural defects, and chemical composition changes cannot b
material properties for new materials with a minimized set of tests. The primary objective for the proposed Phase I effort will be to demons
l generate automated, snapshot-based 3D maps of flled and unflled fasteners on the aircraft&quot;s unfnished surfaces. High-resolution
ee-dimensional (3D) measurement system (called SnapSCAN). The SnapSCAN utilizes a unique design based on our 3D scanner that has a M
ation and lens flare when extremely bright sources are present in MWIR imagery. Collecting multiple image frames with varying optical flu
n surrounding regions. A means for enhancing imagery through post processing to minimize the effects of blooming and maximize the valu
wder bed such that powder is melted and resolidifed to build a part layer-by-layer. While vendor-provided parameters will result in a part,
es, establishing a fundamental understanding of material behavior so that existing molding grade polymers can be adapted for use in LS, a
ical shortcoming, which is that hey fail to replicate the self-healing functionality that stems from the reduction of Cr [VI] present in chrome
and an interface wrapper between video applications and the clustering environment. The smartphones are clustered in a local network bu
es of orbit insertion provides invaluable information about the health and status of a launch platorm. A modernization effort to enable im
hyperspectral compressive imager. In this design, a grating would be used to diffract the incoming light from the energetic events. The di
de interconnection and distribution circuits for integration with active MMIC devices into the RF circuits within the T/R modules. The anticip
tricity efficiencies to 65%. The ultra-high speeds of the oil-free mesoscopic GTG with novel foil bearings and the high fuel-to-electricity con
ndurance (&gt;15 hrs) on station and low acoustic noise operation. Full details of the requirements are provided in the solicitation. These U
perform content based search and retrieval queries in a context-aware fashion. The system seeks to answer the following questions in a fu
mulation database rights licensing, complex simulation host architectures, and the need to re-validate updated models. The proposed effor
IR). MIST-IR can detect the angular separation of stars very accurately. This accuracy enables MiST-IR to calculate a GPS independent celesti
t far too costly and impractical to perform manual maintenance recharges every 3 to 6 months on the millions of rechargeable batteries in
w for groups of loads to be gathered under a single generator. When the overall sum of loads is low, both generators are not required to me
, with a frangible skeletal system and soft-tissue covering that simulates the human form. Sensors are provided to document loads experie
ricate a small light weight rugged IMU/INS with GPS and a embedded dual processor architecture capable of multiple I/O connections. Ben
in turn enabled performance and capability improvements in the end applications such as EW systems and radar T/R modules. The advanc
and anti-spoofng, the encrypted Precise Positioning Service (PPS) is utilized by the U.S. military and allied forces. The P(Y) code length and
The use of multiple transceiver devices within a network possessing the capability to receive and transmit radio/TV signals can enable a ne
ed to yield 1m repeatable location indoors, provides the desired&quot;absolute location reference. Q-Track&quot;s proposed SOLD sensor
he feld of IWC and CLW estimation from GPSRO and satellite microwave radiances. Key to the success of GPS RO inversions is the prior kno
User Equipment (UE). Both the TEC estimates and the associated uncertainty estimates are vital to enable modern space environment mo
e cooling at temperatures below 123 K while rejecting heat at temperatures higher than 300 K. The cooler uses compact, efficient electroc
sponsible for structural fatigue. In the past, analyses of the unsteady flows that could excite structural failure modes were performed over
iders. But getting rides to space and accommodation on a dedicated satellite bus in the current climate of shrinking budgets is becoming in
city, reliability and cost remains a primary need. Current conventional cooling systems are bulky and introduce additional vibration, heat, a
s particularly susceptible to traveling ionospheric disturbances (TID&quot;s) which are underspecifed by current methods. Consequently, O
de. The propagation model will have sufficient fdelity to accurately capture the effects of atmospheric gravity waves down to the high freq
tion and processing capability results in processing only subsets of data collected and/or large processing latency by only obtaining the data
he available degrees of freedom, including transmitter parameters such as beamshape and waveform, receiver parameters such as beamfor
smounted operation. The proposed antenna system combines a deployable reflector and an off-the-shelf beam alignment tool leveraging t
ming signals within the desired passband, signifcantly improving the SNR of the VLF signal. The second is a unique component technology
(SWaP) AEHF modems capable of operating at up to 256 kbps. ORB Analytics proposes a 0.1 pound, 1.1 Watt, modem design with applicati
rrently in use on DoD UAV Tier II and lower airborne platorms. Trident proposes to use the Model-Aided Adaptive Processing GMTI algori
rgets and ground clutter conditions, providing two-channel radar systems with capabilities for detection and geo-location of slowly moving
ay antenna that has very low loss and is much more compact than the reflector antenna that is typically used for airborne SATCOM. The ty
hen combined to form a flat or conformal array antenna aperture providing necessary antenna system to operate in the WGS uplink (20.2-2
s from DC to&gt;60GHz. We will apply and extend (Phase II) the aforementioned packaging process to single PD, balanced PD and array of P
ehicles, and munitions/weapons. The essential elements for incorporating AJ capability into GPS receivers are multi-channel RF front end
volved Expendable Launch Vehicles (EELVs). We will evaluate available SATCOM links and downselect the most favorable to target the array
y technology. This low-cost subarray technology is the fundamental building block required for the practical realization of a large hemisphe
e resonator based diplexers, in which the main feature and advantage lies in the fact that each of the dual mode resonators can be used as
signifcant challenge. Conventional Blade, Bicone, and Cavity-Back Spirals are ill-suited to these applications based on their size, weight, po
based geo-location systems have found their applications in many aspects, such as environment real time monitoring, search and rescue, r
and tribology are presented. The resulting analytical bearing code will enable gas turbine engineers and designers to better assess engine
r temperatures (~250 oC) than their silicon counterparts (&lt;~120 oC) and occupy smaller volumes. Unfortunately, with current thermal m
l cooling concepts for high-speed propulsion systems. Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI), in collaboration with the United Technologies Research C
ntegrated nonmechanical high-speed ferroelectric liquid-crystal (FLC) spatial light modulator (SLM) as a phased-array based scanner with 3
well-understood target morphology and the corresponding scattering physics generated by this morphology. This approach trades the pote
, in the SWIR/MWIR range. Imagery will be produced at full FPA spatial resolution (e.g., MPixels) at camera frame rates. Under Phase-I, w
ide cruise power and trickle charging to the batteries. Batteries will provide surge power to arrive on station in 2-3 minutes after initiation
ustion stability issues with alternative fuels in the aircraft engines including augmentors. In addition, the U.S. military has been using JP-8 a
power consumption for SATCOM Airborne W- and V- band transceivers operating in a dynamic channel environment. BENEFIT: Escape&#0
sts for access than available resources. Human scheduling at a centralized location is a difficult, time-consuming, and inefficient endeavor b
rce allocation to space assets fusing electronically-generated routine and real-time priority access requests with real-time space and groun
e greater sharing and availability of information and knowledge. To realize this goal will require development of SOC-based intelligent soft
ary users, persistent jammers and asymmetric information structures. Develop anti-jamming strategies by game-based means of frequency
andwidth and variable resolution requirements of current satellite control systems. Nu-Trek&quot;s concept provides a universal, radiation
ns. Conversely, compact, solid-state thermoelectric devices provide many advantages in refrigeration and power generation. These highly r
ht heritage, and its modularity has proven the ideal platorm for a wide variety of missions. This modularity is especially important for hoste
dvanced orbit determination flters such as Splitting Gaussian Mixture Unscented Kalman Filters will perform as banks of experts to test wh
EP) of space systems. The specifc research to be performed under this proposal is to develop and numerically simulate a metamaterial-like
tocaloric effect chain to reject heat to a 300 K environment while enabling FPA cooling below 123 K with an efficiency better than 100W/W
ower densitycoupled with the programmatic requirements for minimal cost and development timeare extremely challenging. Flight-ready c
cubesat platorms. As indicated in SBIR Topic AF131-093, the range of missions of interest is broad. Therefore, it is essential that the propo
aphical position. Our team is the developer of one of the most sophisticated ionospheric data assimilation capabilities currently in existenc
ors and subsystems is to perform additional processing on existing system sensor data streams to identify perturbations caused by a nearb
tes have proven their ability to shield as well as their aluminum counterparts at about 1/3 the weight. Both rigid and flexible versions will b
ding technologies to effectively protect electronic equipment, electronic communications and data storage systems on which the C4I system
e Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). As part of the requirement to fly in the NAS, UAS need to perform Terminal Area Operations. Ter
on a par with standard lab-based cetane tests. Utilizing comprehensive two dimensional gas chromatography (GCxGC) to provide an rapid
Reactive flow simulations of augmentors and ITBs can be used to speed the design cycle of next-generation turbine engines. However, in o
nts. This will be achieved by developing an interface between our CFD software, FlowSimulatorTM, and a commercially available FEM softw
ogy currently incorporated in a commercial-of-the-shelf (COTS) analysis program is proposed. Existing analysis tools are based on correlatio
to verify the operational readiness of landing gear shock struts forgo measuring oil fluid level directly, and instead compare x-dimension (sh

network assisted GPS approaches used the JTRS network itself to transfer time from another GPS receiver to reduce the initial time uncerta
near-Earth space environment. These objects range from operational satellites used for commercial communications or scientifc studies to
ne viable solution is to provide an onboard image processing computer that tracks objects of interest and transmits only that portion of the
GaN technologies for the transmitter SSPA and InP technologies for the receiver LNA. As a result of recent SBIR sponsored research, QuinS
ability to transmission interference or jamming. One mature and popular technology explored over the past several decades is a class of en
es and enhanced defensive control over complex collaborative missions. These wideband space communication networks entail unprecede
Current DoD capability for the specifcation and forecasting of the ionosphere relies heavily on GPS measurements of ionospheric total ele
ability of ATR target databases. Radar based systems for combat identifcation (CID) suffer from sustainability issues due to the extreme co
ave complementary sensing geometries and measurement error statistics. Systems &amp; Technology Research (STR) proposes a Phase I eff
1980s to accomplish this task in specifc environment and against specifc threats. Since that time, both the nature for the threat and existin
ave confguration. The approach matches the electrical mode profle at the detector interface to the coax mode profle. BENEFIT: This pro
ation capability. Some type of GPS jamming signal mitigation technique is needed beyond conventional flter methods since these interfere
verely jammed environments. Under the proposed effort, Nu-Trek, Inc. will team with key GPS primes and leverage our collective capabiliti
of the output power amplifer fber, this device will be based on commercial off the shelf (COTS) components. This proposal is based on
The plugin-based framework provides flexibility to switch the components easily. The core of the framework is a belief propagation engine
ted external to the propellant and automatically track degradation passively without embedment. They are accurate because the sensing e
p a sensor to monitor specifc gas species that are markers of the chemical and mechanical aging processes of polybutadiene composite pro
rborne network with 1 ground and 3 airborne nodes. Each SC-Orderwire maintains a local database of node locations, radio parameters, a
plementing needed COMSEC capabilities. Despite the attractive cost advantages offered by HAIPEs, their widespread use in tactical network
n (ATC) defned an innovative technology called Adaptive and Integrated Multicast for the Airborne Networks (AIM-AN) that will meet this n
from disparate collections of unstructured text. We plan to extend the state-of-the-art spatial event reasoning system developed in Phase
condition to maximize the effective modal bandwidth (EMB). We will utilized built-in-test methods to measure the link bandwidth insitu a
at-scale Direct Current Electrical Field instrument for measuring high precision electric felds at both high and low inclination Low Earth Orb
set of cutting tool wear and the ensuing degradation of part quality. The performance of the system is made possible by two novel sensors
l) Applications: Production development program for a sensor system to enhance or replace legacy MWS, HFI, or LW systems to be integrat
telist-based cyber threat detection and prevention framework for Weapon Systems, called SecureVisor. SecureVisor is composed of three m
uding delegate access, policy-driven ABAC, and identity federation. By creating the necessary IdAM core services, a service-oriented IdAM
junctions. While traditional approaches to satellite conjunction analysis have polynomial runtimes (O(n^2)), this spatial indexing approach
dium satellite network in near real-time. GAMMA will make use of ASTRA&quot;s existing Connected Autonomous Space Environment Sens
on algorithms enabled by a unique sensor and on-board processing; (2) recursive Bayesian state estimation/prediction that integrates diver
ueeze-out of cured material. Studies with the system demonstrate a 300% reduction in material use, a 450% reduction in touch labor, a 450
SWaP) onboard air and space platorms. Current Cryocooler technology used by the Department of Defense generally fall into one of two ca
rget prediction, and sensor tasking for a heterogeneous collection of assets while taking into account other asset managers and assets. Th
ehicles and dismounts has become a key focus. Small (< 10 lb) radars with SAR imaging capabilities exist for RPAs, but GMTI capabilities are
. BENEFIT: The integrated optical thresholder technology would permit processing of the RF spectrum at the antenna and allow lighter da
ed in the MMIC and packaged, requiring no other interface or digital chips to accomplish the required linearity goals. Its feasibility has bee
d systems that are implemented using high-density FPGAs. A dual-use commercial network security system will be prototyped to demonstra
allenging issue, as there are no historical interactions in the initialization phase of the reputation management system. In this effort, we pro
point maintenance, stair-mode correction and kill assessment; whereas, CLAWS addresses local and target path phasing control. Their syne
y on curved substrates upon which a polymer based broadband photo-detector will be incorporated. A state-of-the-art laser lithography to
nsmission contrast range, fail clear operation and other specifc platorm requirements. Our team, which includes current contractors for vi
Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operation in providing information for the COP to support the EOC commander and Incident commander. The tool
ibility and automation required for providing quick, clear, and useful guidance to support evolving missions and training environments. Thu
ates the nonlinear signal processing observed in auditory physiology, signifcantly extending the state of the art. By mimicking functionally
phics processing units (GPU) and other optimizations. The approach will leverage existing, mature physics models with demonstrated capa
nical approach to meet all Air Force program objectives; (2) the ability of our approach to support a network-centric SOA for positive inven
tering and assessments. By using revolutionary risk metrics, we help the operators determine what needs to be done to reduce risks and to
down to at least 15 degrees above the horizon, superior to any existing phase array designs. Our design also features a single PCB (RT/Duro

n energy density of over 30 Wh/kg through the use of ionic liquid electrolytes and nanostructured electrodes. Ionic liquids have very wide e
ss without risk of damage to the substrate material. In Phase 1, the contractor demonstrated the feasibility of using closed loop electronics
ot;. According to Lockheed Martin Manufacturing Technology (ManTech), gripping takes an average of 70 seconds per hole. This amounts t
ices in conjunction with several circuit innovations. First, we will employ a quasi-switching mode of operation for the MMIC amplifer to im
tivity, precision, and safety. Because Global Positioning System (GPS) provides such a low cost and accurate method for determining PNT inf
ed position, navigation and timing (PNT) on host systems can be done in the context of the DYnamic Spectrum Environment emulator (DYSE
d radio (SDR) platorm in a cognitive network (CN) (Elemental SDR-hosted Cross Application Performance Enhancements, ESCAPE). We wil
n against chemical and biological threats. It is not uncommon for garments to be torn/cut in the feld during critical mission operation, com
bris environments must rely heavily on M &amp; S capabilities. Several post-intercept debris prediction tools exist, although their ability to
g camera that will photograph the last 100 microseconds before collision. Fifteen images of the collision will be taken in succession during t
(TOA) of the charge wave front at transducers placed throughout the vehicle. Using the known speed of light, minus the reactive effects o
orm reliably in order to successful carry out its mission. MDA is seeking ways to improve on the EED&quot;s reliability and lower the failur
ingle point, insensitive failure mechanism. TRI/Austin will team with the Institute for Advanced Technology at the University of Texas at Au
cause the exploding foil is physically separated from the NexGen insensitive explosive charge (e.g., insensitive HNS-4). We propose to leve
is of existing age assessment technologies and reliability prediction methods with subsequent coupling of selected candidates to derive a c
subsystems will be investigated by the research team assembled, which includes a major missile propulsion defense contractor. The techn
ort of the MDA&quot;s Stockpile Reliability Program, NanoSonic offers our expertise in developing master curves for viscoelastic BMDS com
rtion of desensitized double base propellant and conductive fllers. The sensor responds to the tiny mass loss resulting from stabilizer dep
ompensate for these defciencies a series of reliability engineering life extension testing techniques, functional testing of aged components

r laser diode self-mixing interferometric technique and a microsphere gyroscope based on whispering gallery modes. Self-mixing interferom
cessfully demonstrated BMG use as an alternative materials technology that survives gun-launch type shocks. BMG survivability has been
ction systems (TPS). This Cf-ZrOCm CMC has demonstrated high temperature erosion resistance (arc jet, LHMEL), very large and complex lo
a modifed heterogeneous patterned nucleation deposition process which is key to manufacturing electronics in a single prototyping system
ative and lack context. Given their existing limitations and shortalls, it is unlikely that today&quot;s technologies and display metaphors wi
Second, it will create an intelligent collaborative anomaly management system that enables operators and vehicles to work together as a
mption and reduce the level and frequency of maintenance. Predictive load profling strategies, integration, and communications between
electrical loads. On average, the generators are loaded less than 50% of the available peak power capability. Inherently, these generators
e specifc, representative scenarios describing situations and events that beneft from collaborative control. We will develop a preliminary
e specifc, representative scenarios describing situations and events that beneft from collaborative control. We will develop a preliminary
rrent operator interfaces require continuous attention from the operator to a single unmanned vehicle. In fact, many require the attention
n gestures and speech is detailed. The Phase 1 Work Plan employs the Rational Unifed Process and AGILE software methodologies to ensur
atial operating environment (SOE) is the world&quot;s frst fully-embodied, spatially aware computing environment, and the result of nearl
t protocol is needed for handling UAS on aircraft carrier decks. We propose to design and develop a system for Taxiing OPerations via Gestu
ect-inspired dual-band (visible-infrared) optical array design that utilizes POC-developed mature components and COTS components. The in
elop VMCIS, the Virtual Machine Cognitive Immune System, which combines both approaches. VMCIS constantly monitors systems at ma
is difficult to prevent all exploitable situations. Additionally, the lack of autonomous oversight of our systems means they are unable to fgh
nt from specifc hardware components (e.g., NICs) in data capture computers. The effort in this Phase II program will produce a technolog
ng in a GPS-denied environment. In response, vendors are developing new navigation-aiding sensors and improving the performance of exi
d window while minimizing optical distortion. At the completion of the Phase I effort, Mainstream will have completed a computational de
vehicle. The overall scope of the project involves developing the computational and testing methodologies needed to generate mobile targ
the instrumentation suite and live-fre feld test measurements to gather the data required to validate our concept. Data from multiple hig
force would like to have a fast running capability to assess the risk due to these events in their assessment tools. It is also possible that the
m a broadband loading environment. Methods for system identifcation and optimal estimation will be included within this development.
t of the new solar/lunar exclusion projection (SLEP) system proven feasible in Phase I. The SLEP system is based on a novel integration of at
of information extracted from the WAMI imagery and information extracted from typical navigation sensors, such as GPS and IMU devices.
an lessen the reliance on expert data analysts and improve response time through automated processing. However, the enormous stream
roblem. Algorithm development includes effort in detection, tracking, and classifcation routines for both bistatic synthetic aperture radar
R technology reliably produces high-quality, wide dynamic range moving ground vehicle ISARs with minimal impact on sensor area coverag
and estimates this to rise to 20% by 2030, representing an increase of nearly 10x the number of wind turbines. Wind-turbine induced clutt
ency (RF) components in existing systems. An embedded command microcontroller will provide internal protection and built-in test capabil
ch as debris and decoys, all prior to dedicated track processing, threat target discrimination/identifcation, intercept, and post intercept sur
em. The MDA radar problem is quite similar. The algorithm provides reliable performance without tuning to clutter or environmental stati
om subspace projection. This algorithm will allow for de-emphasis (probabilistic soft decisions) or suppression (hard decisions) of unintere
elative Velocity (LRV) debris feld, in which the threat is embedded. Because practical radars cannot resolve objects in the LRV debris feld,
ntify and evaluate signal processing techniques and algorithms that will minimize the system degradation caused by dense threat complexe
ocal Plane Array sensor suite to provide high temporal resolution data of post-intercept debris feld velocities and temperatures.
lopment of such new systems requires new design tools that can support the designer in exploring solution spaces and analyzing the suitab
telligence analyst is not co-located within the conflict area. Design Interactive, Inc., along with the Electrical Engineering and Computer Sci
atial operating environment (SOE) is the world&quot;s frst fully-embodied, spatially aware computing environment, and the result of nearl
nues to confound modern protection technologies. Every day, new exploits are created that take advantage of obscure combinations of soft
chitecture, called SAM. In SAM, we mature data mining techniques to set up a multi-feature model for the monitored application. The mul
lting exposure causing corrosion and short circuit-driven malfunctions. There is a need for advanced technologies that effectively protect e
ngs will be procured from the commercial marketplace, internally from UDC, and from academia. UDC will develop test methods designed
materials development and evaluations of existing nanostructured water-repellent coating technologies. The proposed program ultimately a
al maritime tag track and locate capabilities in support of national and homeland defense.
na in a dielectrically compensating tethered cocoon that includes a sensor and means to maintain its depth just below the surface of fresh
ete solution. The system will consist of the state of the art physiological sensors and medical hardware communicating wirelessly to an em
vasive hemoglobin measurement, electrocardiography and video laryngoscopy. Each of these sensors provides the clinician with informatio
ossible through the extremely high efficiency and low power dissipation provided by envelope tracking. Since very little power is dissipated
be a comprehensive trade study and a proposed PA design which includes system architecture and verifcation simulations. Vadum will st
n that is lightweight, clean burning (due to the internal volume and dimensions), and has better accuracy and standard deviations than cur
tweight low cost aluminum cartridge case utilizing a polymer insert, and 3) A polymer cartridge case with an optimized internal volume. To
ence of clean propellant burn, and inability to cycle the action on gas operated weapons. For 5.56mm, 7.62mm, and 0.338 calibers, we p
ber case. First, we will compare the performance of the current round against our polymer case with the same currently felded projectile
abyte non-volatile memory and&gt;1 TeraFLOPS computational capability while consuming&lt;12 watts of power (&gt;24 hours operation o
6 encryption commonly used for whole disk encryption, and can securely erase the complete non-volatile memory system in a few seconds
ong the entire range from the shooter to the target. By modifying existing hardware nVision can quickly adapt the system to perform pass
em and communication platorms. Based on solid-state memristors, mixed-signal silicon neurons and low-power clockless system architect
able dynamic intra-band multispectral infrared displays capable of simulating IR scenes in the LWIR frequency band. We believe this approa
lly test and develop new wide feld of view IR sensors. IST is developing display technology that efficiently emits IR and can be scaled to ve
metallurgy (PM) approach to fabricate a high reactivity, self consuming, controlled fragmentation warhead. Our design parameters include
se measurements with limited ability to improve detection statistics over multiple pulses. The direct detection ladar systems of interest uti
es a means for an adversary to both detect, track, and potentially target blue force aircraft. A new sensor system that exploits target illumi
ellent candidate for use in electrospray thrusters. The electrospray propellant selected was then operated in a 100µN-class electrospray th
ck capture exist, they result in increased drag. We propose a closed-loop control scheme that seeks to actively isolate the inlet from the com
es the performance of both systems. FIRST RF proposes a signifcantly different approach to the challenge of High-Speed Weapon Radome
d ground sensor systems employed for exploitation and interdiction tasks, focused on compact, multi-modal feature representations tailore
support this vision, we will develop compact feature representations of scenes that enable multiplatorm scene matching, geolocation, an
ted by the MESM will be suitable for use with radar imaging techniques including synthetic aperture radar (SAR), inverse synthetic apertur
. Gimbaled reflectors are the standard choice, but their design requires very sophisticated gimbals and control algorithms. Phased arrays
adata, and scalable to process large-scale WAMI data in real-time using onboard, distributed processing units such as feld-programmable
igital versions of the HF receivers technically viable and cost-effective. The objective of this project is to design and prototype an HF digital
od. The patch will be a flexible, robust, and low-cost composite capable of being placed on military vehicles, soldiers, and buildings. During
the desired benefts of this effort. Highly parameterized transmitter and receiver models with well-defned command and feedback interfa
where the radar designer and user do not control the radio frequency (RF) transmissions. This effort will develop a capability to model and
ventional time-of-flight, photon counting LIDAR system.The developed components are key to enable low SWaP, distributed optical apertur
o support robust modeling over a broad range of imaging geometries and viewpoint diversities. 3D models are constructed efficiently by le
rs and stimulus components ranging from direct current (DC) to RF signals. One can envision a universal reliability system on-a-chip (RFREL
e locations to safe recover areas, recover samples after precision delivery to any specifed location; establish a transport command, contro
d. A color change of the coating will indicate locations of underlying surface chemical warfare agent contamination. The agents will be conta
location of agent contamination, detoxify the agent and be removable so as to enable further clean-up and recovery operations. Akita Inno
variety of chemical agents. Our base material is a fast curing gel modifed with functional groups and ions. Nanoparticles are added to tailo
nternet, cellular and other networks. Reader design aims to provide the ultimate in accuracy, sensitivity, operability, light weight and cost, a
readers is smartphones and tablets. These devices provide key elements of a mobile reader: camera; touch screen; processor; storage; batt
by a combination of passive FTIR spectroscopy, and active thermal imaging, with pulsed illumination from an advanced, compact CO2 lase
ovel LWIR HgTe CQD detector arrays. This will be accomplished through a collaboration between the Episensors Technologies team and Pro
ealing against any vapor permeation across the closure need to be developed to address this shortall to reduce the dangers of Warfghter
d provides high connection strength between two cloth articles as well as between cloth and smooth surfaces, such as for garment interfa
elf sealing capability to an existing soldier garment fabric material. The potential mechanisms of passive and active self repair are presente
es seeking to provide the performance of both (i) high-energy explosives and (ii) high-blast explosives in a single explosive fll. Given the criti
requires a power source, and laser power sources with the required level of energy discharge have traditionally been chemical based and
ted methods will be developed quickly within our in-house CAD2Mesh grid generator and HYCE CFD simulation environment. This will allo
e for validation of the computational models under development. CRAFT Tech will implement an EDC turbulent chemistry model for applic
GHz spectrometer uses recently developed segmented CP-FT techniques coupled with high-throughput signal digitizers to achieve real-tim
on a graphene support. The proposed device combines the advantages of anode, cathode and electrolyte to deliver energy densities&gt;1
otentially bleeding patient; and, 3) fluid volume required by a bleeding patient to prevent over or under resuscitation. In addition, the dev
thalmologists, the transmitted data must be a relatively high resolution stereo image that provides the tele-operator with the ability to focu
nated landing zone (LZ). The risk to the warfghter and expensive military assets increases markedly in confned LZs during night and in deg
o the hot side of the liner where the gas forms an insulating flm. Enhanced cooling allows higher combustions temperatures and improved
AD. Unfortunately, quality is quantifed in terms of conformance to the surface rather than relevant fluid dynamics (i.e. flow gradients, bou
-phase, gas-particle flows interacting with multiple bodies in relative motion under mixed continuum-rarefed regimes. The new tool will in
t are not in the spectrometer reference catalog. We have already demonstrated the absolute intensity calibration and well defned lineshap
very technologies will be prototyped and evaluated in the Phase I project, electroactive polymer actuation units and magneto-rheological fl
efficiency is possible by the novel shape and super insulating qualities proposed. Preliminary work and prior examples demonstrate the m
n. The key innovation in the AERO system is its unique system design that provides highly accurate obstacle detection and avoidance as wel
us aircraft and personnel losses in Afghanistan and Iraq. Other conditions leading to a degraded visual environment (DVE) include snow an
sistance and durability. Highly ranked TBC architectures will be selected for further development in Phase II.
ma spray (APS) exhibit comparable coefficient of thermal expansion and thermal conductivity to that of traditional YSZ top coat. These rem
cements in micro abrasives-waterjet (&quot;AWJ) technology supported by an ongoing NSF SBIR Phase II grant, processes for mitigating AW
utational fluid dynamic technologies to minimizing development time. Past simulation work in the area of mixed continuum/rarefed flows
c architecture(s) that will support the required NPP functionality, (2) develop the critical neuromorphic building blocks required for the prop
evice. State-of-the-art batteries are typically high-energy devices with insufficient high-rate capability for pulse power applications, while el
ms; the inherent inefficiency of stand-alone capabilities can no longer be tolerated or treated as viable for modern applications. One critica
at will indicate the unit is close to the end of its serviceably life. The complete data set will be logged, analyzed for prognostic and diagnosti
ogy now exists to solve the imaging through turbulence problem with compact integrated optical instrumentation. Recently, Nanohmics sc
dewalls. They cause surface current leakage down the sidewalls that dominate the dark current in small pixels. Quantifying the effect of di
rator, and a 3D motion energy harvester. Operation of these sources is supervised by a miniature power management unit. All components
nature, after the supplies are recovered from the drop zone, parachutes are disposed of by burning them in a pit dug directly on the drop z
pod disease vectors, including mosquitoes. However, alternatives to permethrin are sought. Permethrin is toxic to humans and to wildlife, in
ed with North Carolina State University (NCSU), is addressing the Armys need to develop insect resistant uniforms that will provide a physic
objective of this SBIR effort is to integrate proven pulse-Doppler proximity sensor technology into a form factor that is suitable for deploym
mon processing architecture that would allow for these powerful techniques to be available to miniature sensors needed for artillery type f
tonomously. All components will be tested to withstand gun launch parameters of 4,000 psi, and 22,000 gs. This effort will utilize economic
0mm projectiles to 1000m. In addition to this, Orbital Research will also design and develop a low-cost surveillance system capable of capt
l identify the mechanism for pedestrian and vehicular modeling. We will leverage research in blending crowd approaches with continuous fl
sent in the cloud. SGS incorporates the following innovative software-based features: Hypervisor Security - providing trusted virtual machin
network, a small network problem along any part of an end-to-end path can potentially degrade the user experience signifcantly. But identi
schemes reduces the system complexity, cost, size, weight and power requirements while signifcantly enhancing the reliability and MTBF.
er technology with MDS&quot;s leadership in DRFM technology will provide both innovation and experience in pursuing the proposed tech
round communications are achieved by using a linear array topology. These arrays also have the beneft of a narrow azimuth radiation patt
) modes. The design will also support the integration of multiple Radio Frequency (RF) applications that have historically been treated as se
raft-hosted optical systems. The low-frequency band of the IMU signals below the band used to stabilize the ORB can serve as an angle ref

and structural damage within the blades, rotor gears, shafts of a helicopter rotor and to wirelessly transmit the acquired and processed se
sonnel. The project will focus on developing conceptual ideas that will meet the user needs for the C-2 aircraft. Safe, Inc. will perform a trad
ach in a laboratory environment.
and the amplifer pumps. For a fber optic link to connect the aircraft network to an external pod through a pylon, a fber optic repeater w
ctures to improve thermal performance in TGP&#039;s used to cool electronic systems. The advanced TGP&#039;s further consist of ceram
ndom FM, frequency hopped, etc.) to J/S levels typically exceeding 30dB in narrowband applications, and 60 dB in wideband applications. *
engagement with surface ship sources and many receivers, combined with existing monostatic active returns, may improve signal-to-noise
today&quot;s module is proposed. Phase I will provide environmental testing of a high-power test article that demonstrates key aspects of
0 to 70% of the array acquisition costs which itself represents 60 to 80% of a radar system cost. The cost reduction benefts of applying an
The superhydrophobic and oleophobic properties have numerous benefts on substrate including corrosion prevention. Regenerative char
ission Data or Emitter ID tables needed in operational EW systems to quickly identify the threat. Important to this are algorithms to determ
nel, enabling target differentiation and offering far more information than that contained in just the specular/diffractive response: namely s
y on-board the VTOL craft via photovoltaics. Such a system is smaller, lighter weight, and much easier to deploy and recover than any lighte
uency converters onboard the ship and long cable runs. Additionally, the needed distribution equipment feeding all the 400 Hz loads is redu
because they are tensioned by the D/d system. The D/d is inherently stable underwater and signifcantly reduces the surface motion in the
er loss-of-lubrication condition for signifcantly longer periods of time. The goal of the Phase I program is to demonstrate the feasibility of t
ogram. TechFlows chaos radar technology offers several benefts over conventional pulsed doppler or frequency modulated continuous wa
ology addresses this defcit by the active and dynamic control of power consumption through the selective activation of system resources
e, modular, robust, and meet Army and other DoD feld needs including for feld use, maintainability and modular integration into kitchen s
additional future power needs. The capability will be demonstrated using variable transmission technology developed by Triton.
ower demands of multiple applications. Ultracapacitors can meet the high power demands, but do not provide sufficient specifc energies.
ted with RCIEDs and extend this baseline capability with innovation through use of Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO) radar techniques. Th
rive whether the network contains inconsistencies, errors, or violations of specifed invariants. Veriflow will confrm correctness, or provide
plementable in any current or future augmentor systems without adding complexity and weight to the system or requiring supplemental c
surface are also important. Different electromagnetic analysis techniques are required for the small and large structures, and so the use of
s to designated targets. The generated routes will provide the necessary coverage from radar detection, identifcation and acquisition by e
he core challenge is to determine the optimal strike routing and utilization of limited defensive resources to de-conflict and protect air vehi
nnovative DREX integration approach with the rest of a sophisticated phased array system. This integration approach seeks to minimize sys
f the contamination damage that shortens bearing life on rotorcraft. By allowing inspection without removal or with partial removal, the sh
ure up to 135 mm. LightSmyth is uniquely positioned to supply Navy with requested grating for high energy laser with minimum technical r
differ in wavelength by ~ 5nm into a single beam without suffering wavefront distortion due to thermal absorption of the laser. Recent impr
ring the spectral and efficiency properties of the grating and inducing optical aberrations that reduce beam quality. Designed to overcome
he system during runtime. This type of separation will allow for specifc image generator tasks to be offloaded from specifc rendering chan
tecture, enabling image generators to be administered from a centralized location, with a single copy of databases and a shared CM system
tions since they offer outstanding advantages over conventional capacitors and batteries such as storing energy longer, discharging faster, lo
de corrosion inhibitors and colorant. Basic polymer components are tough thermoplastics which are intrinsically impact resistant and abras
conduction from high power microcircuits to their heat sink by using diamond nanoparticle paste and will have the added benefts of bein
made out of a low cost polypropylene material and are considered one-time-use. The ability to quickly and easily dispose of the parachutes

y exposing interior geometry. Radar detection, identifcation, and tracking of watercraft depends on accurately characterizing radar signatu
creasing survivability and increasing probability of kill in a dynamic, high threat environment. The design will be robust enough to accomm
ould have the following attributes: high-speed data rates, communication coverage area as far as 300 feet radius from the aircraft being m
sion critical signals simultaneously over a very wide range of frequencies. Undesired electromagnetic coupling between these systems can e
lity (EMI/EMV) simulation tools to the latest parallel computing clusters. As a result of this effort the time required for analyzing cosite inte
ngle center mounted spinning mass gyroscope as the inertial stabilization sensor Gyroscope rotor caging to the gyroscope case using a sta
nergy from the main rotor and wirelessly communicates loads data to a HUMS data aggregator. This innovative development work will be c
fcation will not impact the bearing installation time, methods or required equipment. The solution will not signifcantly increase initial bre
sors and the ocean environment have precluded providing detail stimulation for testing new sonar systems. The objective of this project is
ipboard Transmit/Receive modules. With guidance from a large supplier of Naval radar systems, ThermAvant will prototype OHP-based co
torms used for communications among the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), the Remote Multimission Vehicle (RMMV), and the Unmanned Infl
was developed under the Office of Naval Research&quot;s (ONR) Littoral ASW Multi-static Program (LAMP). SSC will use our Multi-Static Pe
rly engineered specifcally for Nitronic 50 and unlike current state-of-the-art anticorrosion coatings, have the capability of withstanding extr
ve process to iteratively&quot;tailor&quot;or&quot;color&quot;reference signatures to more closely resemble the signals they expect to d
ases, sensing environments. The process of developing this tailored library is often called&quot;coloring&quot;the reference library. The SM
are charged with the operation and maintenance of these systems do not possess the same levels of expertise and skill that the software v
eactivate cover initialization and shutdown of the software, respectively. We will leverage USW-DSS tools and processes such as Install Any
m an unmanned surface vessel (USV) to the UAV and also bi-directional communications between them. Since electric power is supplied fro
manned surface vehicle (USV). The work will include a sensor study that allows for a low cost method for the MACRel system to identify an
o be strategically located. Mainstream proposes a modular, low cost, ultra-power dense point of use conversion system that is scalable to va
a key component of the proposed Autonomous Vehicle Recovery System (AVRS) that will provide rapid position and rate information and/
pecifcations in a single, compact, and efficient package. This system will capitalize on Bridger&quot;s expertise in nonlinear conversion and
rsistent monitoring of surface and subsurface acoustic targets. However these sensor platorms generate a tremendous amount of data tha
. The approach differs from traditional&quot;intel-based&quot;classifcation methods by using fundamental knowledge of normal mode pr
uristics used by experts into an automated, quantifable evaluation of operational risk. Our approach is to use a simulation engine to run m
oviding automated task-centered tools which capture the complete operational context, apply specifc risk assessment to current and reco
racteristic of an aggregate echo from a school of fsh and the comparatively flat echo from target and target-like scatterers. Exploitation of
ctive sonar detection capability in littoral waters by reducing the number of false contacts and decreasing the amount of display clutter. The
izontal path. This measurement is combined with models of atmospheric extinction as a function of altitude and vertical backscatter meas
ze the atmosphere continuously and that also can operate on-demand, will provide the greatest flexibility. Physical Sciences Inc., with its su
em is based on laser light scattering to measure attenuation of a laser beam traveling long distances in the atmosphere and mostly bounde
ployed waveforms. The signal processing is carried out in real time within a common time-frequency representation for active-passive torp
s and software, referred to in this proposal as Innovative Passive Processing (IPP). These IPP algorithms will signifcantly advance the Passiv
ate opportunities to use the hull-mounted sensor to signifcantly close that gap by increasing the probability of detecting torpedoes and red
egative learning, and provide detailed assessments of student skills. The demand for VE-based mariner training has been growing for over
orm (e-COSA). DI-SAMS will provide instructor support for providing Urgent Alerts, Periodic Reports and After Exercise / Summary Reports i
marines. Low-Frequency Active (LFA) and Compact Low-Frequency Active (CLFA) sonars were developed to improve the detection range of
ogies for hands-free interfacing have improved greatly, the challenge of limiting power and weight still exist. The latest generation of mobil
ology enabling the rapid, efficient production of aerosolized and gaseous JP-8-derived products with little or no loss in fueling value and th
ultiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) techniques. These evolutionary requirements all lead to the need for more Digital Receiver/Exciter (D

nits: diver operated handheld detector (HHD) and beacon ELF transceiver (BETR) that is placed inside the drill head (into the standard beac
mpact and abrasion resistance to the hull. In the third approach, a composite material based on an aramid fber reinforcement will be used t
mber of military and defense systems that use vacuum tubes/electronics. For example, some of the typical vacuum electronic devices (VED
en technology that will produce consistent heater elements in a wide range of confguration and will allow quick turnaround for design chan

y taken from submarines can be useful to construct three-dimensional (3D) computer-aided design (CAD) models of ships that can be used
populating a 3D model database practical as well as enabling updates to be generated as more information is gathered. Toyon Research Cor
er, ascend toward the surface while taking measurement and then change buoyance near the surface to descend while still providing real ti
e new compounds formulated to be cost-comparable and performance-improved relative to current compounds; (c) validate cost/perform
between interconnected pieces of shipboard equipment. Typical shipboard FHAs consist of reinforced polymer hoses that utilize various co
e a concept that better matches what a combat system will encounter upon deployment with new or modifed sensor arrays. Sedna propos
anti-jam performance that can be achieved with this approach. Furthermore, we will develop a concept design for a variant of the Phocus
d laser deposition method. The crystalline uniformity of these flms will be strictly monitored via controlled deposition parameters includin
contractor for the MK48 CBASS torpedo, MS2 is uniquely positioned to work with QorTek in both assuring that the developed units meet p
ence gained from our development and manufacture of low-noise power supplies, such as the Progeny designed Power Regulator Module (
ance in the visible and infrared spectrums. Oceanit will also research and develop a radar absorbing material (RAM) for the metal or compo
allenge. Current anti-corrosion technologies cannot easily be applied to complex connector geometries and are subject to a very specifc fo
r replacement of failed connectors from cathodic or corrosion related mechanisms. In spite of the outstanding performance of the original
complex shaped objects, including the insides of tubes and is capable of coating large structures on a commercial basis. In addition, the co
r deposit buildup that occurs over repeated operations and subsequent system stowage. Because of the difficulty and logistics associated w
ultiple operating systems and hardware devices deployed on the platorm. Detailed Software Version Description (SVD) documents are nec
hes ineffective and force reliance on manual operation by a very small number of highly trained operators. The success of a launch or recov
ems in response to increasingly sophisticated seeker technologies and increased threat ranges. Existing, commercially available direct diode
oduces serious interference in midfrequency active sonar. This proposal will show that air bladders of small fsh, which are found with grea
fcantly higher standards for Availability (Ai), Reliability and Maintainability while reducing Total Cost of Ownership by adapting, to a shipbo
bining of an array of over 350 power amplifer modules of 1 kW output to produce 350 kW of peak RF power at 5% duty cycle. The amplife
maintenance, and an overall reduction of operating costs in comparison to existing klystron systems. This particular architecture is well-su
ss involves identifying a feature, characterizing its statistical behavior, and developing a likelihood ratio function based on the probability d
ple targets with classical fltering approaches such as particle flters or Kalman fltering. It is a multisource problem because of background n
e requirements, Progeny will design a cost effective, highly shock survivable, and compact Class E amplifer assembly to replace the current
e to the existing buoy system.
ers and therefore thousands of pulses to be associated into individual pulse trains. Azure offers a two-pronged approach to solving this pro
ect EID, with confdence level, and a corresponding reduction in the size of candidate emitter lists and ambiguities. It addresses a wide vari
g electronic intelligence (ELINT) databases; these techniques will be tested using corrupted radar emitter intercept measurements that are
. Aurora and Lockheed will work with top battery manufacturers to develop a safe, high energy-density battery that provides sufficient pow
design constraints. In the case of the ASW training target EMATT, the design challenge extends well beyond selecting more powerful moto
lated to establish the feasibility of the system. It will be battery powered and remotely operated by a single operator. The system will weigh
nd uniquely shaped payloads from the confnes of a standard ISO container or from Twenty Foot Equivalent (TEU) flat-racks and transferrin
ations efficiency. We anticipate that the A3-Hand platorm can become a ubiquitous tool for both the military and industry. Our key innovati
ating the mast and viewing limitations, however, they do not address additional difficulties operators face in reliably detecting aircraft in lar
n and to further characterize the material for radome applications. ATC will also, as part of the Phase I option, mold subscale radomes and b
y in fabrication to the desired shape. We propose to develop high strength, high toughness, high temperature stable, low dielectric constan
ce. This proposal will focus on improved impact performance, as well as incorporating lower cost fber reinforcements to keep costs down.
ank incorporates several GTL innovations integrated into an optimized solution including graphite composite structures with integration of G
d with commercial-off-the-shelf SCUBA parts. It is designed to provide more than twice the amount of breathing air while shedding 30% of
evelopment of smaller air flasks and a regulator system that could accommodate up to 10,000 psi of internal air pressure is sought. Howeve
effort would build on the recent breakthroughs in ultra-wide-bandwidth electro-optic modulator characterization methods at EOSPACE. The
y unmounted soldiers. Based on highly efficient GaAs III-V materials, the flexible solar cells will be fabricated using MicroLinks proprietary e
nsure operation beyond the 30 minute period specifed by military standard after loss of lubricating oil, possibly much longer. This technolo
e innovation in use of ultralow-power wireless sensors, efficient power harvesting, and accurate diagnostic and prognostic algorithms, will e
th the armed forces is ease of use and reduction in effort required to deploy, monitor and maintain the networks. Signifcant improvement
terial (PCM), an advanced powder metallurgy technology, to produce channel forming materials with tailorable mechanical and metallurgic
that the relationship between the location and timing of local heat release can couple with acoustic modes in the augmentor. Examples of
nal flight envelope of military systems. Many of the passive techniques used to suppress combustion instabilities in stationary gas turbines
errogated by a low-cost, light-weight, low-power miniaturized stand-alone laser based detection system combined with state-of-the-art mu
ms can measure in-ear pressure levels, but require customized ear pieces. The proposed solution will use recent developments in pressure s
ss pressure sensor and an acoustic sensor that is small enough (224 mm) to be inserted in and removed from the ear canal. These sensors
iddle ear pressure equalization and the risk of eardrum rupture among pilots undergoing rapid ascent or descent. More generally, the abilit
incipient&quot;heat damage, may reduce upper use temperature, cause matrix mass loss, and reduce mechanical flexural strength. We pro
ncipient heat damage detection, c) Capable of quantitative analysis of the incipient heat damage levels, d) Capable of interrogating through
gradation of the composite. We will experimentally investigate a BMI based composite before and after heat damage, and compare THz to o
handling equipment designs and lightweight materials to offset any weight increase associated with the new cargo/seat handling hardware
nds per seatpair. The seats and cargo rollers will be attached to the existing seat rails with quick-click hardware allowing removal from the
nts for shock and vibration, operating temperature range, and optical port flexibility supported by the NGCON connector family. A design th
der for use as the bearing&quot;s self-lubricating liner. The material will exhibit state of the art contamination resistance while minimizing a
detecting wear, heat generation zones and high stress areas in the clutch design.
henomena. Simulation tools exist for high-frequency electromagnetic (EM) simulation. However, existing tools are insufficient in following t
gned to advance the state of the art in wireless communications aboard ship by developing a usable Visible Light Communications (VLC) sys
kes natural voice communications challenging or impossible. Missed communication and miscommunication are a constant risk, either of w
process to reconstruct the RF signal prior to transmission to the victim radar. This allows for both time domain and frequency domain man
110NM UAV slant range. This would require multiple high-speed channels. The Phase 1 base effort will concentrate on frst developing a co
produce very wide bandwidth, high efficiency power amplifers with bandwidths greater than 4 to 1 and efficiencies greater than 60 perce

lifers (repeaters). The David Ross Group will identify how these technical solutions might be integrated into an underwater distributed net
and its libraries that retains all functionality of the original application.
ration of artifcial intelligence technologies, bringing it to bear to help develop more realistic entity-level scenarios for USMC simulated trai
e gearbox and a direct drive PM motor replacing the tail rotor gearbox. Power electronics and electric cables connect the generator to moto
making the platorm more vulnerable to detection. Vulnerability levels can be exacerbated if signature degradation occurs. As it is expected
terials. If laminar flow over the nosetip can be maintained, tungsten&quot;s properties enable it to heat-sink the incident aerodynamic hea
easures associated with motion-induced sickness and fatigue, as well as resulting human performance degradation within operational task
dals for accomplishment of major LOs, scoring that rewards consistent correct response, and animations that reflect correct and incorrect a
wireless communications, as well as military applications including reconfgurable and covert communications and electronic warfare. Our p
demonstrated. We propose to develop this architecture to achieve a low-cost DM with high reflectivity and scalable to both a large apertu
us robotic systems. Taking this need into account, we have oriented our proposed SBIR project toward the critical aspects of future UAG ope
cy, probability of catastrophic failures, mission productivity, resistance to stress symptomology, teamwork, and long-term work engagemen
se of resources and force effectiveness. To provide a system that can dynamically reallocate resources across air, space, and cyber domains
other hand, have the opposite effect and can be used to improve fatigue performance. To effectively understand and predict residual stress
etroftted to existing RPA. Seashell will meet the weight, power, and retroftting criteria by utilizing a high performance heating element an
Eye combines the OSC expertise in advanced detection systems with SA Photonics expertise in compact advanced lens design, wide feld of
d military EO/IR/laser sensor package. This technology is a critical tool for reducing fratricide incidence both within the US armed forces, a
xpensive, and custom made. When sensor systems are built, the&quot;back-end&quot;signal and data processing hardware and software a
power ratio of < -30 dB at a 1 symbol rate spacing with a 12/4 APSK modulated carrier, which will be achieved at an output power backoff
output power with&gt;30 dB linear gain and power added efficiency&gt;30%. The overmoded circuit coupled with multiple electron beam
predict failures ahead of time. Through the Phase-I effort, Qualtech Systems, Inc. (QSI) in collaboration with Lockheed Martin Corp., and Mo
signed, constructed and proved to be able to recover the strain wave history caused by ballistic impact. A microprocessor was also designed
buted Operations (DisOPS) GPS-driven mission planning and support system, and 2) incorporates a novel software system (WayPOINT) to p
ution utilizes the embedment of high thermal conductivity Thermal Pyrolytic Graphite (TPG) within 6061T6 aluminum to create a high therm
e II, we will build upon our Phase I success to develop a scalable prilling and coating process that is affordable and easy to implement on th
many efforts underway to develop crystalline fbers using laser media such as YAG. One of the difficulties of the technique appears to cons
;-like information about places humans and robots have visited. Fusion of sensor data from many warfghters combined with data from rob
osed device falls into the category of biomimicry as it imitates a solution found in nature: many animals and insects are known to use the sk
compared to current methods. The new anti-reflectance technology will allow computationally designed nanostructures to be applied to l
dulation products (IMP) up to 7th order were demonstrated in Phase I by applying a prototype MISSPEL system with 1 GHz bandwidth to a
em. The SAFC system shall produce over 50W electrical power for 500 hours with a system energy density above 1000 Wh/Kg.
ign concept that offers signifcantly lower costs than required, machine size and deployment flexibility, minimal shipping volume while mee
tiple perspectives. To meet this need, Aptima proposes to develop LVC &amp; G-AED (Live Virtual Constructive &amp; Game - Assisted Expe
no-Al) will be employed in this proposed Phase II project. The four main objectives are: (i) address technical aspects of large-scale producti
t-of-band light. Tuning the frequency of the absorption band may be achieved either by MEMS actuation to change geometry, or by carrier
nnot be performed. A solution to this problem is to employ cryogenic systems where the sensors are cooled either thermoelectrically or wi
aterial we propose is recently discovered, and offers exceptionally high scintilla-tion efficiency, high density, high effective atomic number, a
failed due to the steep curvature of the sclera. An instrument will be developed to enable such measurement. A 3-dimensional model of
veloping a sensor suite containing an infrared microbolometer-based focal plane array and a high resolution visible camera. A third optica
trate material such as ceramic or printed circuit board can provide a broader band of operation but exhibit high loss especially at high freq
will develop concepts for very wide bandwidth, very high frequency passive components and characterization techniques and show feasib
I in VBS2 and JSAF, focusing on improving the behavioral realism of the AI while reducing the need for support personnel.
ecome overwhelming for operators to adjudicate. A promising strategy to adjudicate the surface contact picture automatically is to optimal
mmercial laser product, upon which the proposed system will be based, has already undergone the process development, thermal characte
dy Scalable and Extensible Neural Sense-making Engine (SENSE) built from clustered low-power single-board computers. We will furthermo
hostile fre sensing architecture that uses lower cost discrete sensors which do not require cryogenic cooling assemblies. The sensing arch
ns such as hemorrhage and rhabdomyolysis that can cause multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) and multi-organ failure (MOF). O
o infection control. There is a signifcant need to develop and translate platorm technologies that can address these injuries while providi
e, assessment, and response in the feld, very few technical aids exist to support these efforts. The objectives of our proposed AREA syste
cone. To address that need, San Diego Composites, Inc. (SDC) is proposing a program to use industry-available composite materials to deve
rhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) and possibly Airborne Infrared (ABIR) systems will include enhancing their capabilities to perform characte
ers are described as controlled chaos. Complex organizational systems such as onboard carriers adapt and learn and hence do not operate
processing of the beacon-detected feld will allow retrieval and complete characterization of the turbulence-perturbed wavefront. During t
ating the optical design. With this type of beacon, performance is often degraded by speckle, spot size, and branch cuts. The mid-wave infr
stent fatigue and drowsiness. While many research efforts have investigated motion sickness symptoms, there has been little progress in d
earch, and an Assessment capability that is suitable for evaluation of complex multi-path tasks and measurement of desired skills against a
subsurface, and air target detection. Based on a comprehensive integration of both a COTS array of acoustic vector sensors and total feld m
echnology. The remote node will also extract key kinematics such as bearing in azimuth and declination angle, bearing rate, etc. These key
hin a small installed package. A team with representatives from the U. S. Air Force, an aerospace prime contractor, and TDI has been forme
ryocooler. The RSP2 is of great interest to the Department of Defense because it is the only spaceflight cryocooler available that can provid
short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera based on a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) focal plane array (FPA). The spectral band of operation, in t
yer thickness, bed heating, and use of support materials. The University of Louisville&quot;s (U of L) Dislocation Density based Crystal Plasti
herefore a need for a sensor to determine the UGS azimuth, roll, and pitch relative to an earth-referenced frame. Creare proposes to comp
arallel to drive high flux densities allowing high power density and high efficiency generators to be designed without rare earth magnets. Q
rformance and security of such networks are of great interest and must be evaluated before deployment. The goal of this SBIR is to design
immune responses to enteric pathogens would be advantageous to discovering potential vaccine candidates and defning exposures to ent
explored or managed through a single system. To increase the efficiency of training authoring, management, and delivery, we propose to de
result, soldiers not trained in stability operations often take up the CA role. Secondly, too few people understand the importance of 2nd a
w for standardized tracking, monitoring, and mitigation of anger and stress outside of face-to-face treatment, and enhance the overall treat
the amputee. The proposed solution, code-named TEQUILA (Total Energy expenditure QUantifcation In Lower limb Amputees), will provid
se of high temperature composite materials to reduce the amount of internal insulation and external thermal protection material. Also, a p
able modular design, made possible by the use of PCI&quot;s high heat flux steam reformer designed to effectively remove heat from the
ice requirements if new methods of PO crystal growth are developed, especially hydride vapor epitaxy (HVPE). For the proposed project, P
), and wide transparency window (0.36-7um). Additionally, recent work has also demonstrated the ability to produce Periodically Oscillatin
es will put extreme mechanical and aerothermal loads on the projectile nosetip. These conditions combined with the high-density requirem
fabrication via a novel feld assisted sintering technique. Under the concurrent application of high pulsed current density, pressure and tem
&quot;(SPS). MATECH proposes to team with Thermal Technology Inc., the leader in SPS processing and equipment manufacturing, in execu
o existing operational procedures to maximize utility. Modeling is an attractive approach for optimizing future operational procedures, but
piloted aircraft, sensory equipment, and human operators. Aurora Flight Sciences proposes to develop an algorithmic toolkit, called ODETTE
e modifed to provide wideband tunability, together with its high spectral purity and small SWaP. In the proposed program, OEwaves will u
of wideband electrical gain in this range would invalidate such an approach. Recognizing this basic limitation, the proposed work will gene
critical functionality for electronic systems operating in high radiation environments. The Schottky process flow will be based on an existing
to First Fix is expected to be improved signifcantly under heavy interference and low signal situations. FLPA is also shown to have an excell
tive enables building of satellites that can meet aggressive, leading-edge size, weight, and power (SWAP) goals. SST&quot;s proprietary Har
netically coupled RF energy transmission system. Resonant coupling systems will allow low power sensor nodes to be powered continuous
nlinearity and non-Gaussianity, ii) efficient and accurate nonlinear point estimators that outperform widely-used extended Kalman flter and
Technology Solutions Incorporated operational experience, Space Environment Technologies SpWx expertise, and Intelligent Software Soluti
strates and refned thermal management to enable&gt;15% efficient modules on lightweight and flexible polymer substrates. As an added
facturing and production of advanced military aircraft, such as the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). Our proprietary approach for improved GD &a
are restricted by their utilization of predominantly single electron per molecular site charge storage processes. Vanadium diboride (VB2) u
is implemented at two levels. Data fusion at the level of signal processing derives information about inertial error states from SAR signal da
eadout integrated circuits (ROICs). The imager does not require bump bond hybridization and is compatible with 5µm and smaller pixel pitc
capacity to on-board sensor data acquisition systems, and most importantly, enable ultra-high-speed download of data. Crossfeld&quot;s
nd their inter-dependencies make it difficult to synchronize the usage of assets across domains to fulfll a large number of tasks in a comple
for link analysis of data extracted from social media. Our work considers the process of knowledge extraction, information integration and
work trusting another with which it is inter-connecting. Military airborne networks and the emerging commercial Internet of Things and Pe
an 2.8 m circular error probable (CEP) performance (Kalman fltered) in a&quot;lost-on-Earth&quot;scenario wherein no prior position kno
mpared to titanium. To take full advantage of the weight savings of polyimide composites, a full understanding of the reaction kinetics, vola
xecution of optimized query plans; 2) data modeling for integrating heterogeneous, distributed data sources; 3) distributed fusion for comp
in conjunction with automated cell sorting at high-throughput. Our technology enables signifcant improvements in analysis speed, non-in
munities with these issues. Although treatment options are offered at many Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs) and Medical Treatme
elop an efficient and objective tinnitus diagnostic device. This device will integrate Otosound&quot;s patented Auditory Evoked Responses

ts by 65% and 98% for volumetric and gravimetric standards. In Phase I Mainstream exceeded DoEs 2015 gravimetric requirement by 2-fold
pplicable to various types of monitoring application and is an orthogonal signature that complements standard IR molecular fngerprints. T
LPI)/ Low Probability of Detection (LPD) topology management which autonomously form, maintain, repair, and optimize the network; (2)
echnique use the recent fundamental innovations in difference co-array signal processing. Depending on antenna element placement, diffe
tes can easily be accommodated with reasonably simple radio architectures. With propagation characteristics comparable to those at the w
iated battlefeld sensors proliferates, requirements for additional military satellite communications capacity will continue for the foreseeab
d dangers in the forward area, as well as, serve as a navigation beacon (or provide offset targeting) in GPS denied environments. In Phase I,
capabilities of the materials have now been extended and tested to include broadband frequency capabilities and protection in high-altitud
processing steps, however, also result in the introduction of residual stress. Excessive bulk residual stresses can have negative consequence
ved through the development and validation of predictive thermosetting polyimide process models and manufacturing robustness demons
to escape during curing, so that they do not generate bubbles/pores in the laminate. Initial work yielded a decrease in porosity from 3% to
rial systems. The second approach is developed for a mixture theory that is governed by a homogenized set of equations. A two-level split
ential amplifer, which achieves the properties of ultrafast switching speed and insensitivity to temperature and radiation. This VFE differen
e code generator is able to efficiently support C/A, L2C, M, P, and L5 codes. The system frmware will execute on low-voltage, low-power RI
T signal chain, and converts the amplitude of the signal at each point in the DUT to a DC signal through the use of an RF peak detector. The
orithm, and other algorithms, for improving fdelity of CT. The EM algorithm is an iterative CT algorithm. It has a limitation of long comput
applicability to Army UAS concepts from&quot;small&quot;down to&quot;nano&quot;size ranges. Such hair cells have the ability to yield
et and an outlet, the coolant path of each active denial system will have up to 2048 O-ring seals, with the overall system design incorporati
by leveraging integrated tools and both automated and manual assessment strategies along with external environmental conditions data to
fed several candidate tetrapeptides able to neutralize multiple flaviviruses in in-vitro assays. These very short peptides have a molecular w
otwear, the provision of similar devices that can be accommodated in an army boot has not received signifcant attention. The high rates o
eriod. HDT developed conceptual designs for a HEPA-based system capable of supplying 100,000 CFM and ft on a mobile trailer. To meet C
The adaptive optic correction and the flamentation control are both closed loop, and can correct for variations in temperature, pressure,
strated an advanced digital-RF receiver for military satellite communications (MILSATCOM X and Ka bands). This was built around a custom
ocal and military populations that can address information requirements (IR) and analysis needs. However, Marines need an effective system
background data on their assigned Area of Operations. Crowdsourcing data, properly fltered and managed, provides an instant&quot;qui
erse turbo-Brayton cryocooler that provides refrigeration at 4.2 K and rejects heat at 77 K through boil-off of liquid nitrogen. The cryocoole
re is a tremendous opportunity to reduce the required size of the cryocooler dramatically. For example, the upper stage(s) of expander com
ol for airborne ISR platorms that can generate vehicle routes and sensor schedules in real time that satisfy vehicle dynamic constraints, airs
eak power pulses that can results from an electromagnetic attack, such as an electromagnetic pulse (EMP). In the proposed program, TIPD,
crowave and electromagnetic pulse sources.
-Zehnder modulator, so it will simultaneously enable a low-noise-fgure photonic link and provide protection from EMAs. A microwave-pho
nabling the reduction of air-supplied oxygen to the system. With Acumentrics&quot;knowledge of 10kW operations, it will be shown that
successful implementation of a hybrid electric tail rotor drive meeting the Navy&#039;s operational needs. CRG proposes to develop a hy
d submarines to measure underwater magnetic and acoustic radiated signatures at forward sites removed from shore-based fxed monitori
0 BTU/ft2-sec. Multicomponent functionally graded materials with densities&gt;15 g/cc are necessary for a nosetip to meet the identifed
sity for aerodynamic stability, they react to form low melting compositions that can damage the projectile. Other high temperature materi
neers look to reduce overall weight, leading to the reduction in size of transparent armor windows, signifcantly restricting the feld of view
bility and thermal properties. HABSonic LLC in collaboration with Missouri S &amp; T will perform research on advanced materials for trans
2 psf single laminate conventional design (control) and three fused silica based designs (36 to 38 psf). Environmental testing will demonstra
hree singly resonant optical parametric oscillators (OPOs). The Nd:YAG thin disk based MOPA laser can generate 2.5 J pulses at 1064 nm wi
erience of PSI to provide an exceptionally strong development team to meet Navy requirements. During the Phase I program a study effort
methods for selection and training of industry personnel, such as the training needs assessment and job analysis processes, with our job tas
iode lasers have some of the most desirable attributes: highest efficiency, greatest compactness (small size, weight, and power or SWaP), a
on entities, and alerts relevant analysts that the potential for collaboration exists. The notifcation indicates to users what information may
s to development and deployment is beam control, identifed in the 2007 report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Directed Ener
mal thermal resistance. Deliverables at conclusion of two-year effort will include a demonstration OHP-based chip carrier prototype attache
tential failures of individual sensors. In Phase I of this program, AS&T developed and performed a proof-of-the-concept demonstration of d
g developed for the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) for surveillance applications. The increased numbers of detector elements and im
ain tight tolerances, the skin panels must remain in the PMM enclosure post-machining, locked down on the tools while a time-consuming
tral support, polarization, and form-factor. This is dubbed the Modular Array of Multi-Band Apertures (MAMBA) concept. The MAMBA conc
luated for 0 &amp; #61616; and 60 &amp; #61616; CP incidence for the Phase I effort. The best of these flat panel designs will be chosen f
width shortall by at least 100x for applications in multispectral, hyperspectral, and laser radar. AEgis proposes a method of bypassing thes
assifcation, intercept support) of the Thule Upgraded Early Warning radar (UEWR). This work will develop sign