Abstract:Applied Science Innovations proposes Phase II development of metrology on corrective optics for aerodynamic domes using the improved Interferometric Tomography, building directly on ASI"s successful development of a new tool for metrology on conformal aspheric windows, domes and corrector… more
Abstract:This project will develop a decision tool for Load and Route Evaluation for Dismounted Operations (LAREDO). The research efforts will expand upon infantry routing algorithms and decision tools we are developing for the Army"s Geospatial Engineering Center. LAREDO will provide an interactive 3D… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Enterprise wide data exfiltration will be prevented by designing and implementing a method to protect files based on logical group membership. Anyone outside that group without the group key(s) will be unable to decrypt the data. Localized Encryption Groups (LEG) will provide an automated… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: AIS, Inc. proposes the Cyber Battlefield Training and Effectiveness Environment (CBTEE) project to develop a prototype training environment with integrated sensor technology tailored at training cyber warriors in rapidly evolving cyber battlefield. The CBTEE will utilize state of the art… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Development and deployment of airborne multistatic radar systems and the algorithms that control them can be greatly aided by accurate modeling and performance prediction. Capturing physical, electromagnetic and environmental real-world effects of multistatics in a simulation capability… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In today"s war environment, our leaders are generating more Requests for Information to support the fight than ever and the MOVINT sensors providing beneficial information to service these requests are growing in number and capability and thus data volume is increasing. To… more
Abstract:Phase II.5 of the Airborne Parasitic Bistatic Radar (APBR) program will demonstrate successful operation of the APBR system on multiple airborne platforms in varying clutter environments. The objective of the Airborne Parasitic Bistatic Radar (APBR) program is to develop a compact airborne PC-based… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Wind tunnels are used as an important tool to understand the aerodynamics of aircraft. Wind tunnel models are typically instrumented with balances that are capable of measuring the forces and moments that an aircraft will be subjected. Along with measuring these forces and moments… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Clear Science Corp. and Princeton University propose to develop a computational framework for accurately and efficiently modeling the full set of physics associated with aircraft operations. The critical attributes of the proposed framework are accuracy, computational efficiency, and… more
Abstract:JTAG provides full and open access to the internal state of all JTAG-enabled components of a system under test. While this capability is critical to the development and system maintenance processes, it is a backdoor into all JTAG-enabled system components. This project seeks to eliminate/secure the… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Warfighters need to be able to trust the computer systems on which their lives depend, which includes every computer in or attached to the network. We can launch a trustworthy computer by booting from a Trusted Computing Base consisting of a Microvisor with capabilities security plus a… more
Abstract:This STTR phase I project aims to develop a novel material system for muti-Watt level, Room Temperature 3.0 to 3.5 micron Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) utilizing our state-of-art in house Mod Gen II molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) system. Due to their bi-polar nature and the exponentially increasing… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Over the past few years, the Air Force has increased the emphasis on probabilistic methods for design reliability predictions of fracture critical engine components, including metallic turbine engine blades and disks. A significant shortcoming and potential source of conservatism of most… more
Abstract:Most large pieces of software are sufficiently complex that no individual completely understands all of its subparts. In order to make progress, programmers must operate in this environment of incomplete information. In many cases, programmers make poor design and implementation decisions because of… more
Abstract:We propose technology to automatically detect software exploits that hijack the execution of a running Linux kernel or one of its hosted applications. The key enabling technology for the proposed work is provided by KATE, the Kernel Analysis and Translation Engine. KATE uses a combination of… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The Air Force, other government organizations, and security-critical software development companies could be more cost-effective by using COTS and open-source software in their information and weapons systems. However, these software sources have significant safety and security risks; the… more
Abstract:Modern software development has introduced a wide variety of functionality in modular chunks that can be rapidly reconfigured to create new applications. This leads to large, complex systems that, while providing the desired capabilities, may also include non-obvious and undesirable behavior. Such… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The objective of this effort is to design and demonstrate a passive radar air to air detection sensor system for aircraft installation that can passively detect and track other aircraft. In Phase I, we will perform a technology feasibility assessment and deliver a description of the… more
Abstract:The objective of this effort is to develop track-before-detect algorithms to provide greater signal processing gain for pulsed-Doppler radars. We will develop signal processing techniques to be used in next-generation ground-based radars to detect and track objects of interest. We will perform a… more
Abstract:The objective of this effort is to develop innovative methods to improve the efficiency and accuracy of Radar Cross Section (RCS) based target classification by exploiting naturally occurring multipath signals. Our goal is to develop a mathematical basis of the multipath exploitation concepts to be… more
Abstract:Honeybee Robotics and iRobot propose to develop technologies that will enable small UGVs to open doors semi-autonomously. These technologies will be integrated in a modular Aladdin Payload that can be retrofitted onto existing general-purpose robots with manipulator arms without extensive hardware… more
Abstract:In order to provide the Navy with an efficient, reliable, safe and easy to use means of attaching CMDS magazines to their housings on board aircrafts, Honeybee Robotics Spacecraft Mechanisms Corporation proposes to continue development of an innovative fastening system successfully demonstrated in… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The overal goal of this STTR project is to develop a small size, weight and power receiver system based on SQUID array technology. High sensitivity, linearity, and wide bandwidth of SQUID arrays antenna sensors will be enable electrically and physically small antenna with extremely wide… more
Abstract:HYPRES, in collaboration with University of Arkansas (UA), proposes to develop a method for manufacturing superconductor multi-chip modules (MCMs) using nano-engineered cryogenic adhesives. A superconductor MCM comprises a carrier and several flipped chips. Before final assembly on the carrier,… more
Abstract:Recent research has shown that Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs) may be used to measure the very weak magnetic signal in Magnetic Resonance Imaging at ultra-low magnetic fields in the milli-tesla range or below. However, the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is quite low, requiring… more
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