Abstract:Robotic Research, LLC, (RR) proposes to create the Simplified 3D World Generation (S3WG)Plugin, which can be applied to Virtual BattleSpace 2 (VBS2), a training tool for military, law enforcement, first responders, and others in federal, state, and local government.This tool provides realistic… more
Abstract:The objective for Phase I of WESS is to investigate a constant force winch system for use on an unmanned surface vehicle (USV) as part of the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS). The UISS provides a semi-autonomous minesweeping function with both stand-off and long endurance. The AN/AWS-10A sonar… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: It is often desirable to track over time the position and posture of a human body in 3D space. Current state of the art relies in motion capture technologies, such as Vicon. While these technologies are extremely accurate, they are also expensive, take substantial time to install, and… more
Abstract:Robotic Research, LLC proposes Safe Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles for Installations (SAUVI) as a comprehensive surveillance tool suite that will be used for real-time persistent surveillance needs, historical analysis of the site, and post incident discovery and tracking tool. This proposal is… more
Abstract:This project will focus on software and firmware development that further improves the search and detection phase of Air ASW submarine prosecution using pulsed SSPT waveforms. These enhancements will allow for at least four simultaneous sources to broadcast simultaneously. Estimated probability of… more
Abstract:The SSC/GDIT team will develop a self-updating tactical decision aid for the Air ASW community that will generate sensor performance predictions and recommend optimized operational parameters, built on a new service-oriented architecture (SOA) that can autonomously reach out across the internet to… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The goal of this SBIR program is to develop a validated model that predicts ignition of composite aircraft fuel tanks when engaged by a High Energy Laser (HEL). The primary focus of the Phase I research and development program was to develop a baseline capability for modeling… more
Abstract:SURVICE Engineering is proposing an innovative approach towards the development of an accurate and reliable Post-IED Hull Inspection Toolset, which will allow forward-deployed Marines to rapidly collect all relevant data for the assessment of structural damage to combat vehicles. The proposed effort… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: SURVICE Engineering is proposing the development of a non-destructive in-situ inspection system based upon proven and commercially available technologies. The technique will be validated through detailed testing, simulation, and analysis in the Phase I effort, with full-scale development… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: SURVICE Engineering is proposing the development of specialized tooling to provide the installer real-time feedback of proper fastener installation. The proposed design measures the fastener as-installed and provides the user with immediate visual feedback to verify proper fastener… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The SURVICE Engineering Team proposes development of a fast-running engineering-level fluid dynamics model to quantify and characterize the fuel spurt and droplet formation resulting from ballistic penetration into an aircraft fuel tank. The ultimate goal places emphasis on a fast running… more
Abstract:The Navy is interested in developing a compact, highly efficient antenna at W-Band frequencies (95GHz) for non-lethal counter-personnel Active Denial Technologies (ADT) missions. These requirements can be met using a set of MEMS based reconfigurable patch reflectarray using the Team"s… more
Abstract:The Air Force wishes to develop a capability to focus GPS broadcasts on a specific area of interest, steer to maintain the beam on that area, and provide a minimum of 5 dB higher signal strength. The current fixed beam hemispherical broadcast approach has no way to increase the GPS signal power to a… more
Abstract:Syntonics has demonstrated the feasibility of the Staring Projectile Detection Radar (SPiDR). SPiDR is a stealthy, ultra wideband (UWB)"noise"radar system. In Phase II we will design and fabricate a multi-channel SPiDR prototype system with detection range of at least 100-m (300-m… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Satellite antenna systems often use separate transmit/ receive (T/R) apertures to prevent co-site interference. This currently increases the satellite antenna payload and requires RF interference and compatibility (RFI/RFC) studies to prevent performance degradation. But an antenna design… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In this Phase I SBIR project TA & T will use ceramic stereolithography to fabricate engineered molds for investment cast turbine airfoils with the goals of reduced dimensional and metallurgical variability, finer cast features, and improved yield. The application target will be… more
Abstract:The expanding use of traditional transparent armor (TA) windows in smaller and lighter vehicles to enhance warfighter safety highlights the necessity to find lighter weight solutions to minimize vehicle performance degradation. While ultra lightweight TA solutions are available using a transparent… more
Abstract:Accounting for the impacts of terrain and weather is key to identifying potential Courses of Action that mitigate their effects. TSC and CSU propose a convergence of technologies 1) CSU"s prototype engine for estimating locations prone to water ponding, 2) the Army Research Laboratory"s… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The Global Positioning System (GPS) provides spaced-based Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) to users anywhere on the earth where unobstructed line of sight to at least four GPS satellites is available. GPS is one of the most useful and widely proliferated technologies for both… more
Abstract:Technology Service Corporation (TSC) proposes to investigate and validate innovative techniques including one that was successfully applied to mitigate similar helicopter blade interference in an airborne foliage penetration radar for the US Army. TSC will heavily leverage its work in modeling the… more
Abstract:This SBIR Phase I proposal will examine the feasibility of using the VorCat implementation of the gridfree vortex method to provide accurate, real time simulations of rotor wake, specifically the tip vortex structure, in various flight scenarios. Rotor wake flow is complex and poorly served by… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Safety assessments of software-intensive based systems in the nuclear community cannot be limited to verification and testing of the end product, i.e. computer code, since other factors can have an important effect on safety and integrity. Current standards offer limited guidance and… more
Abstract:The objective of this research is to demonstrate the feasibility of obtaining unprecedented levels of compression on sonar and black & white still images by applying MiMoCloud"s novel and proprietary compression approach. This technique takes advantage of significant improvements in… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Cyber-attacks are increasing in frequency, impact, and complexity, which demonstrate extensive vulnerabilities of networks with the potential for catastrophic damage. Defending against these cyber-attacks requires network security situation awareness (SA) through distributed collaborative… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In the Phase I effort, IFT proposed a Holistic networking Infrastructure for tactical Satellite Communication Networks (HISCoN). It supports optimal network resource management and cross-layer cooperation that allow satellite communication networks to intelligently accommodate the… more
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