Abstract:Helmeted navy divers are exposed to high levels of noise from self-generated mechanisms, such as regulator exhaust, and external sources, such as underwater tool-generated noise. Noise exposure limits can be easily exceeded especially if effective communications through helmet-mounted speakers is… more
Abstract:Oceanit will develop a method to increase the coupling factor in personal cooling systems. In our Phase I efforts the system will be designed and components selected. This system will meet all of the DOD requirements for the application
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Oceanit"s M2IWS system (Multi-Spectral, Multi-Threat Integrated Warning Sensor) provides an integrated"triple threat"sensor that combines missile warning (MW), laser threat warning (LW), and hostile fire indication (HFI) in one integrated sensor. These functions are… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes to develop an optimization algorithm for phased arrays using highly efficient optimization techniques. BENEFIT: The proposed technique can be used in wireless communications.
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes to demonstrate the feasibility of an Ultra-Wideband Radio Frequency Vector Signal Generator for EW Applications leveraging state-of-the-art Digital-to-Analog Converters. BENEFIT: The technology can be a broadband wireless communication transmitter such as a cognitive… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes to develop an advanced radar absorbing material that can be used for electromagnetic testing of modern EW systems and RCS of aircraft. BENEFIT: The porposed RAM can be adopted to test commercial wireless communication and medical devices.
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Leveraging expertise in plant physiology, biology, electro-optics, rf, electrical engineering, physics and signal processing, Oceanit proposes to develop an innovative device to prevent and control unwanted plants and weeds. BENEFIT: Oceanit's directed energy weed abatement and… more
Abstract:The Army needs affordable and very quiet exhaust systems that can meet typical Army constraints such as backpressure, weight, size, etc. Oceanit proposes to develop a novel high-performance, polymer-based exhaust system and manufacturing technology that can meet the target performance of at least 35… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In the proposed effort, Oceanit will develop a prototype avian denial system using a unique approach to detect and deter avian populations from critical areas. Oceanit"s solution will be non-lethal, harmless to personnel, and able to interfere with currently used sensor systems. Such… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Oceanit proposes a revolutionary approach for a concrete joint sealer that can sustain temperatures from subzero to 1700 degrees F while maintaining satisfactory mechanical properties at ambient conditions. The proposed approach utilizes the high temperature resistant materials to enhance… more
Abstract:VIPA is a modular streaming data architecture. It breaks complicated problems into components, which are linked into processing chains. On top of this foundation, is a set of image processing functionality. This is in turn used to build the end-user ISR application.
Abstract:Hearing loss is the number one disability of soldiers returning from today"s battlefield. Issued hearing protection devices are often not worn by soldiers because it can reduce situational awareness through undesired acoustic attenuation. Current passive hearing protection options cannot offer… more
Abstract:Oceanit proposes an innovative system which will mitigate the impact of system latency on the operators of UAV-mounted EO/IR sensors. This system will include a combination of advanced graphic user interfaces, automated control and image processing. The system will be based entirely on the… more
Abstract:Networks, such as the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), are an interconnection of multiple networks in a complex mesh that require continuous real-time monitoring and management. As with any network, issues arise in ESnet that need to be analyzed and resolved in a timely manner. The issues in ESnet… more
Abstract:Nematodes cause $8 billion in damage to U.S. crops and $80 billion worldwide. Anthurium, a cutflower and potted plant specialty crop, is very susceptible to nematodes, necessitating continued grower reliance on toxic chemical controls that face the threat of being taken off the market at any time.… more
Abstract:Intensification of resource use and other global changes have resulted in emergence of a variety of new diseases and increasing virulence of existing diseases, like Salmonella. These pests and disease organisms are ever more efficiently spread by traffic in goods and people throughout the world, and… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The compression of hyperspectral data is made more difficult by the requirement that the compressed data adequately serve a variety of diverse applications. Lossy compression methods will be evaluated with the requirements for tactical HSI analysis in mind. We propose to investigate two… more
Abstract:Musculoskeletal injuries of the lower legs, as a result of strenuous and prolonged walking and running activities, are a primary problem for Army soldiers and other military populations. This proposal is focused on demonstrating the feasibility of a patent-pending orthotic device pioneered by… more
Abstract:National intelligence requirements for Space Situational Awareness (SSA) are hindered by the lack of a reliable capability to image satellites during the daytime hours with optical sensors. Presently, most optical SSA observations are conducted during terminator conditions i.e., morning or evening… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The accurate tracking of resident space objects (RSO)s depends on the rapid estimation of orbits using the knowledge gained from sparsely sampled observations of satellites under the influence of interacting gravitational, solar radiation pressure and atmospheric drag effects. While there… more
Abstract:There is worldwide interest in the commercialization of energy efficient, environmentally friendly, hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles and devices. One of the key challenges in transitioning fuel cell technology to the marketplace is the development of suitable onboard hydrogen storage solutions.… more
Abstract:Apple snail, (Pomacea canaliculata), a highly invasive pest affecting wetland crops in 18 countries including the U.S., is listed as one of the 100 Worst Global Invaders. One study showed that due to its voracious appetite, present value damage from the snail could cost Philippine rice production as… more
Abstract:In this proposal, the team of Archinoetics and UCI define a program of research and development to develop a data collection and analysis system for human performance measurement that is (1) inexpensive, (2) modular, (3) easily extensible, and (4) that facilitates easy data analysis. Furthermore, in… more
Abstract:Measuring economic progress in conflict and post-conflict regions is notoriously difficult. Yet, these measurements are critical for Stability, Security, Transition and Reconstruction (SSTR), which in turn is crucial for counter-insurgency. A myriad of problems plague the measurement of economic… more
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