Commandable Mobile Anti Submarine Warfare Sensor (CMAS)
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
This SBIR proposes to develop and evaluate design concepts for housing modular interchangeable acoustic and non-acoustic ASW target-simulation components in an air-launched A-size 'sonobuoy' vehicle containing a commandable/programmable propulsion and guidance system. Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation, teaming with the Applied Research Laboratory at Pennsylvania State University (ARL Penn State), will examine compact propulsion system designs capable of producing adequate speed and endurance while leaving sufficient capacity for various target-simulator module designs. Additionally, we will be able to leverage the technical knowledge, experience and research accumulated and resident at Navmar as a result of prior work completed on the Shallow Water Target SBIR which is intended to be used as a simulator for Improved Extended Echo Ranging (IEER) and is in many aspects common to the Commandable Mobile Anti-Submarine Warfare Sensor (CMAS).
Small Business Information at Submission:
NAVMAR APPLIED SCIENCES CORP.
65 West Street Road Building C Warminster, PA 18974
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