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Agency: DOD Branch: Navy
Solicitation: 2014.1 Open Period: 20-Dec-2013 to 22-Jan-2014
Topic Description: OBJECTIVE: This SBIR will develop an innovative alternative technology position fix system that would be entirely passive (i.e., no transmission of energy or the exposure of a mast antenna) for use on a submarine while submerged using available signals of opportunity. DESCRIPTION: The development… more
Agency: DOD Branch: Navy
Solicitation: 2014.1 Open Period: 20-Dec-2013 to 22-Jan-2014
Topic Description: OBJECTIVE: To develop improved non-linear materials behavior models for the design of Carbon/Carbon thermal protection components. DESCRIPTION: Thermal protection systems (TPS) for current and future Navy hypersonic reentry bodies include flight critical components fabricated from 2D and 3D woven… more
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Subtopic Description: Summary: We stand at a critical juncture in the development of marine aquaculture in the United States. The U.S. is a major consumer of aquaculture products – we import 91% of our seafood and half of that is from aquaculture – yet we are a minor producer. Algal products have a huge… more
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Subtopic Description: Summary: We are aware of research grade products yielding millimeter per year motions for dam deformation and continental drift. Others are able to generate dynamic vertical positioning on buoys to within 3-5 cm. Between these two ranges we believe there exist the capability to develop and… more
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Subtopic Description: Summary: Seafood substitution is a significant form of seafood fraud, which can have negative economic and environmental impacts. While morphological identification of whole fish is relatively easy, the challenge arises when attempting to identify processed fish products, which have lost their… more
Agency: DOC
Solicitation: NOAA-2014-1 Open Period: 13-Nov-2013 to 29-Jan-2014
Subtopic Description: Summary: Image recording systems are increasingly being used by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for a multitude of applications. These systems collect aerial images of marine mammals, images of fish catch landed on the deck of vessels, as well as underwater images of fish from a… more
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