Abstract:… rapidly, decisively, and accurately select the correct object identification hypothesis based upon the priors and the observational evidence supplied by the MMAE. This Phase 1 effort will leverage the HRT and lead to a method to monitor satellite observables using optical and… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: The goal of the proposed research in response to solicitation AF141-015 is to develop a collection concept of operations and software prioritized in the geosynchronous (GEO) and super-synchronous regimes using optical telescopes to maintain custody of objects and to… more
Abstract:… temperature range, and low cost are required to improve tactical IMUs to strategic grade for long-range weapons guidance without GPS. The ATA/Sandia Team is proposing the Massive Optomechanical Navigation Accelerometer (MONA), a MEMS integrated with an optical wave guide… more
Abstract:…(2) a GUI for unit cell design allowing rapid trade studies based on a micromechanics approach, also to serve as a preprocessor for the Abaqus coupled thermal-stress simulations, (3) a refined and efficient physics-based FEA of C/C unit cells that accounts for details of fiber,… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: In this SBIR proposal, tOSC will present a Web-based service application that incorporates a very fast-running, parallel implementation of the AFRL Time-domain Analysis Simulation for Advanced Tracking (TASAT), plus turbulence analysis tools (MATLAB-based tOSC product AOTOOLS), to… more
Abstract:… can be obtained with only piston commands. A system of this nature can be developed in two ways, using advanced target-based phasing technology, or by using conventional wavefront sensing technology to determine the relative piston commands in an array of fiber lasers. … more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Aurora will demonstrate on our automated fiber placement (AFP) machine that we are able to lay up composite panels that contain sacrificial fibers that can be thermally decomposed to create a microvascular network of small cavities that allow the panel to act as a… more
Abstract:… integrates information from repeated experiments, disparate imaging and functional sensing to study the physiological response of ocular tissue to laser damage. Imaging and functional testing modalities include the fundus camera, scanning laser ophthalmoscope, optical… more
Abstract:… studied as an integral part of the Phase-I program to ensure that the individual beamlets can be transported through the small beam tunnels required for efficient beam-wave interactions in Ka-band for a variety of magnetic field configurations. In addition, the beam optics… more
Abstract:… center outages are now attributed to human errors occurring at layer 0. The AutoPHY service will for the first time automate the management of the millions of physical interconnects in a typical network, at a scale and cost previously impossible. Unique robotic fiber … more
Abstract:… readout rates & #8805;2000 frames/second in a windowed mode. Specifically improved for low power on-ROIC analog-to-digital conversion of 14-bits or more will be utilized. During Phase I BFE will define other imager components (HOT MWIR detector array, MWIR WFOV … more
Abstract:…unctionality in which a spectrally dispersed and focused beam can be amplitude modulated to provide a beam with a detailed target specific spectral signature to a second spatial SLM which generates the scene. The main thrust of the study will be to determine a way to optically… more
Abstract:… aerial vehicle (UAV) laser radar units. Development of small, compact, low-power laser radars on small dynamic platforms is a difficult problem because of the pointing accuracy, open and closed loop scanning rates, angle coverage, and aperture size needed for the optical… more
Abstract:… of these products to end users, particularly when full-waveform recovery is desired. During the Phase I effort, Bridger demonstrated that their 3D imaging system architecture was ideally suited for seamless integration of high-speed free-space optical (FSO)… more
Abstract:…ts can be combined to form an incoherent or coherent tomographic reconstruction of the atmospheric turbulence. The use of high range resolution FMCW chirped ladar allows point targets to be identified and isolated by their range even when individual targets cannot be optically… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: There is a critical need for optical imagers that can achieve both extremely high resolution and a compact form factor for rapid and accurate target identification and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance from airborne platforms. Under this effort, Bridger… more
Abstract:… positions on the platform. Future planned capabilities, like the Advanced Tactical Data Link (ATDL), will require a significant increase in IDR, which typically requires an expensive, time-consuming retrofit of the legacy platform to install networking cables or fibers.… more
Abstract:… industry. The total Nylon demand in 2010 was 6.5 MMTPA growing at 4-6% in the past four years. It is imperative to develop alternative options for textile materials, automotive and other industrial uses that are currently being catered by nylon. Such new fibers can be… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: A Comprehensive assessment and rigorous documentation of a customized fiber optic coupled laser system as the ignition system within the Aerodynamic and Propulsion Test Unit (APTU) Combustion Air Heater (CAH) at AEDC is proposed. CFDRC will… more
Abstract:… promise for underwater platforms. However, the underwater environment and hull inspection task present several challenges to these techniques, such as poor visibility and limited scene structure. We propose Precise Underwater Localization Using Sonar and Electro-Optics (PULSE)… more
Abstract:The US Navy is in the process of phasing out conventional optical submarine periscopes in favor of digital sensor masts that transmit video (and other sensor data) to the bridge electronically. Sensor masts can host multiple sensor modalities including both electro-optic (EO)… more
Abstract:To address the Army"s need for a non-invasive, compact, robust system to monitor the oxidative status of military personnel, ChromoLogic (CL) proposed and demonstrated during Phase I a OCular Oxidative Stress Monitor (OCOSMO) system based on non-invasive optical… more
Abstract:…t outer mold line (OML) urethane and epoxy integrity assessment to address and identify premature failures, ChromoLogic (CL) proposed and demonstrated during Phase I a Coating Integrity Monitoring by Spectroscopic Analysis (CIMOSA) system based on nondestructive optical… more
Abstract:… transpiration plates with controlled levels of porosity, suitable for high-speed/high-temperature missile applications. Process will entail subjecting polymer composites to high-temperature pyrolysis process converting it to a porous ceramic matrix and locking the fiber… more
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