Abstract:Increasingly there is the need to process large volumes of disparate data containing critical information that needs to be analyzed in a timely, efficient matter. While tools exist to support information search, retrieval and exploitation, these tools do not adequately support the analyst since they… more
Abstract:The quantity of data that need to be collected, examined and shared during Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Operations is growing fast due to increasing use of sensors. To deal with this challenge, the Air Force intelligence services are implementing a new process of planning and… more
Abstract:Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) requires the ability to navigate and interpret mounds of data to produce actionable decisions. The ever-changing need to incorporate new capabilities into daily operations has increased the complexity of this task in recent years. Through the ICE… more
Abstract:Detecting targets and predicting threat networks hidden in high volume all-source intelligence is a central challenge in the intelligence Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) cycle. Failure to maintain a common picture and shared situational awareness across disparate sensor products… more
Abstract:Intelligence analysts have access to a massive stream of open-source text data, such as news and social media, to obtain essential information about the socio-cultural environment. The uncertainty of these data requires analysts to think critically when interpreting their meaning. However, analysts… more
Abstract:The analysis of interactions within social media has received significant attention in recent years with respect to cybercrime prevention, online marketing, counter-espionage, political opinion trending, and intelligence analysis. However, while detailed study of these interactions might lead to… more
Abstract:Cognitive readiness (CR), is the fit of cognitive state to a task or mission. High CR enables successful execution of tasks and missions and supports good decision-making under the complex and dynamic conditions common to military operations. In these environments, where the consequences of poor… more
Abstract:Robots have the potential to be a potent force multiplier in both combat and non-combat situations. They can go into dangerous and hostile environments; perform searches in spaces that are inaccessible to humans; and exhibit strength exceeding the strongest human. This extreme potential has yet to… more
Abstract:Across the services, military missions continue to pose complex cognitive and perceptual challenges such as detecting improvised explosive devices (IEDs) or anomalous civilian behaviors. These challenges do not allow time for deliberation and evaluation; in fact, the ability to make quick and… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The goal of this project is to develop a therapeutic acting specifically against Helicobacter pylori, the causative agent of peptic ulcer and gastric carcinoma. Roughly every other person carries the pathogen, and thereare an estimated 500,000 cases annually of… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Auriga will complete the development of an innovative linearized K-band High Power Amplifier (HPA) in 24 months with one additional month for the final report. This innovative approach is expected to bring revolutionary performance (close to 40% PAE under QPSK). Auriga"s HPA will… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Phase II tasks will produce a full-duplex, multi-channel, S-band transmit-receive (T/R) module for integration into large communication phased array antennas. An RF section featuring advanced, two-chip Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) technology will replace the large number… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Phase I tasks will produce a diplexer design for integration into full-duplex, multi-channel, S-band transmit-receive (T/R) modules for large communication phased array antennas. Design of the diplexer will include interconnection and distribution circuits for integration with active MMIC… more
Abstract:Auriga will fabricate and test low noise amplifier (LNA) monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) and modules capable of operating over a wide range of temperatures, including cryogenic. LNAs at cryogenic temperature have better noise performance (by more than 4x). This will significantly… more
Abstract:There is a need to develop high-efficiency, high-power rf sources for current and future synchrotron radiation light sources, free electron lasers, and spallation neutron source user facilities. At present, conventional circular-beam klystrons and inductive output tube (IOTs) are the technologies of… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Resistance to chemotherapeutic drugs is an ongoing problem that results in eventual treatment failures or suboptimal patient outcomes. Approximately one-quarter of BCR-ABL(+) leukemia patients demonstrate evidence of resistance to imatinib mesylate either at… more
Abstract:In this proposal, we outline a project to research and develop a lean, fully-software-based Mobile Trusted Module (SW-MTM) for mobile devices. The
goal of the proposed solution is to provide the required Roots of Trust (RoTs) and trusted security services via a fully software implementation… more
Abstract:In this proposal we outline a binary-level compilation technology and related toolkit to transform an embedded system's firmware to contain automated intrinsic support for both the detection of exploits as well as the patching of the firmware exploited. The toolkit called REDA (Resilience in… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The Air Force has need of a Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) Hyperspectral imager with simultaneously high spectral and spatial resolution. Most hyperspectral imaging systems sacrifice spatial resolution for spectral resolution. As a result, the imagery that contains spectral information which… more
Abstract:Tunable filters based on electro-optic effect have shown great potential in detecting gas concentration through obtaining its absorption spectrum. In filter-based technologies, the x-y 2D imaging is usually taken at once, while the wavelength dimension is performed by tunable filters that are… more
Abstract:Boston Applied Technologies, Inc (BATi), together with Kent State University (KSU), proposes to develop a high sensitivity infrared (IR) imaging sensor without cooling, which covers a broad band from near infrared (NIR) to mid-infrared (mid-IR). It is based on a specific transparent functional… more
Abstract:Microwave technologies have found a broad range of and growing applications, especially in the area of communications. Many microwave tunable devices are bulky and incompatible with RF semiconductor IC technology. The slow tuning response speeds, high material losses, and device noise at higher… more
Abstract:Operations in shallow, complex, and high current areas are becoming more and more important for Naval missions. Areas such as harbors and other close quarters navigation and operation are an expanding area of mission requirements. Specifically, surface, underwater and buried mines pose one of the… more
Abstract:Boston Engineering's Advanced Systems Group is collaborating with Prof. Holly Yanco at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell to develop a design science for robot-operator interfaces under a DARPA Phase I STTR program. Our program, called Robot Linked User Control and Interface Design… more
Abstract:Busek Co. Inc. and Ionic Research Technologies, LLC propose to develop a novel carbon dioxide and water removal technology using ionic liquids for closed circuit self-contained breathing apparatus that will extend its operating lifetime, while simultaneously reducing overall weight and logistic… more
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