Abstract:… focus is on device/component/circuit-level EMV/I and quantifying associated disturbance, disruption, or damage (DDD) thresholds. A combination of system-level analytical and numerical tools, statistical electromagnetics, domain decomposition, and sneak circuit analysis (SCA)… more
Abstract:… in the endgame environment, requires that enormous quantities of video and other sensor data be collected in proximity to the munition impact or detonation location, and transmitted in some manner back to the ground receiving station, for subsequent post processing and analysis… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: We propose to develop an analysis/tool integration architecture to enable the synergistic exploration and capture of the critical features of the penetration fuze environment found within combined experimental and computational datasets. We will develop a design of… more
Abstract:…lding inertially guided weapons without the need for GPS that will be available for field testing in the 3 5 year time frame. The proposed sensor will deliver better than navigation grade performance and will fit within a volume smaller than 50 cubic inches including lasers… more
Abstract:We propose to build and test a prototype IMU based on atomic interferometry. This includes the laser source, vacuum system, simplified low-power electronics, and software. Initial testing of noise level, bias drifts, and performance under dynamics will be done on a per-axis… more
Abstract:… proposes to design a compact and robust optical frequency synthesizer with a volume of<2 liters that will be capable of producing a stable microwave frequency of ~100 MHz, as well as an optical output. The system is based on the integration of a narrow-linewidth laser… more
Abstract:… in the field of ultra-high sensitivity atomic magnetometers, incorporating multi-pass vapor cells and quantum non-demolition measurements to realize sensitivity in the range of 1-10 fT per root Hz and bandwidth in excess of 1 kHz. Vapor cell and all supporting lasers… more
Abstract:… or fundamental science studies. In the latter case, possibilities span explorations of artificial gauge fields to quantum information processing. In Phase I, AOSense will optimize the expected device performance through extensive modeling, trade-space analysis, and… more
Abstract:…. This SBIR also addresses a NIFA Societal Challenge Area, "Climate Change", by developing standardized assessment metrics that will contribute to carbon science and reducing greenhouse gas emissions through programs such as Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA)… more
Abstract:… a product of primary and secondary metabolism pathways, thus providing a means for quick, reagentless testing for foodborne pathogens. This proposal is responsive to the USDA SBIR Program Priorities as it addresses the need for a quick (minutes), point-of-test analysis for… more
Abstract:… (GEO) belt using unresolved photometric signature data. Phase I will demonstrate the feasibility of implementing characterization tools in ARCADE as proof of operational worthiness. Specifically, Phase I will demonstrate the GEO characterization tool, Photometry Analysis… more
Abstract:…e thermal-fluid science procedures for the prediction of weld defects to the prediction and control of surface defects and melt pool instability during the deposition of single tracks in SLM and to control the as-deposited microstructure. (2) Utilize physics-based analysis to… more
Abstract:…ability. Further testing of how the permeability of the prepreg or layup changes during the cure cycle could also be undertaken with this test. It is anticipated that prepreg manufacturers will also find use for this test in the design of prepreg materials through analysis of… more
Abstract:…ut also the key isotopic abundances in surface materials. We demonstrated the resolution and sensitivity required to determine these isotopes in synthetic samples and natural minerals relevant to Mars. We are utilizing and developing our recently published technology: Laser… more
Abstract:… of representative queries. The primary outcome of our Phase I effort will be an architectural design for a scalable, secure database embracing the associative/graph model of data. This database will be a critical enabling component of a larger data exploitation and analysis… more
Abstract:Applied Technical Systems, Inc. (ATS) proposes to leverage its expertise with maintenance and logistics support of Naval systems and its experience in developing data-rich software solutions to research, design, and develop a data integration and analysis system that is capable… more
Abstract:…. ATA is proposing the Magnetic Sphere Gyro (MSG), a non-MEMS 2-DOF rate gyro based on a spinning magnetic sphere. The MSG is a relatively simple device with minimal parts count yet has the potential for very high performance with low SWaP and cost. Initial analysis of the… more
Abstract:… and manufacturability, accomplished by the separation of the thin films needed for the optical transduction from the much larger bulk silicon inertial sensing structure. MONA has the potential for very high performance with extremely low SWaP and cost. Initial analysis of… more
Abstract:NASA has a critical need for improved bi-directional data transmission rates from a variety of spacecraft to Earth. NASA estimates that the current Mars to Earth transfer rate of 6 Mbps might be increased to 600Mbps using a Laser Communication (LC) system. Beam jitter caused… more
Abstract:ABSTRACT: Significant advances to subminiature three-velocity component laser-Doppler velocimetry (SM3LDV) technologies developed through the AEDC SBIR program will be implemented using technologies and resources from several groups. The transition activities address five needs… more
Abstract:… software assurance risk management technology called "Code Ray" to: (1) Improve the speed, accuracy and confidence in detection of vulnerabilities by cross-mapping and normalizing the output of hybrid application security testing (HAST) techniques -- dynamic analysis, dynamic… more
Abstract:Under our Phase II SBIR we developed a compelling new technology for software assurance called Code Dx. We used initial feedback from government
agencies and industry experts, collected during beta testing and Version 1.0 evaluations, to produce Version 1.1 which is technically mature and ready
Abstract:As analysts and operators move from data to insights, tools are needed for supervisory control, command and control, and intelligence analysis. Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) requires the ability to navigate and interpret mounds of data to produce… more
Abstract:There is an increasing need for fast and accurate analysis of large volumes of disparate data containing critical information. Existing tools for information search, retrieval, and exploitation are inadequate because the tools have limited ability to (1) help the analyst… more
Abstract:The volume of data collected by Air Force ISR has exceeded the capacities of traditional analysis methods. New enhancements to the Air Force"s PCPAD intelligence cycle are, thus, critical to providing the analyst with the ability to strategically process, exploit and… more
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