Abstract:…tenna (PARCA) Software-Defined An-tenna technology. Pixelated microstrip circuits are controlled using a digital interface to a computer. The MEMS patches move up or down and can dynamically create patterns resulting in a reconfigurable reflectarray where the associated … more
Abstract:…position and orientation estimates for the weapon and target in 3D. Strike warfare presents the added complexity of targeting precise geographic locations requiring a 3D topographic modeling process to enable AOI measurement capability. Recently advances in imaging sensor… more
Abstract:… The algorithms being developed are for the purpose of detecting and geo-locating dim targets (due to system noise and background clutter), both moving and static, with a variety of potential signatures. The geo-location algorithms are based on the coupling of image registration… more
Abstract:…SB). The proposed architecture will consist of software capable of monitoring and analyzing a user"s behavior for a robotic system to mimic and enabling feedback between the operator and robot. At the heart of the proposed technical solution are advanced image processing… more
Abstract:… for partially coherent and passive illumination, providing increased resolution with reduced sensor volume and speckle noise. The aperture synthesis technique leverages and builds upon proven airborne super-resolution hardware and software architectures, and SOA imaging… more
Abstract:… approach to produce IR to IR up-converting nanoparticles. Military application involves tagging and tracking of assets, identifying friend or foe, and for use in identifying disturbed soil in perimeter security. Commercial applications include fluorescence optical imaging for… more
Abstract:… as the spectral and spatial resolutions of sensors keep increasing and more of the sensors are deployed. In this project, UtopiaCompression (UC), in collaboration with Lockheed Martin Mission System and Training, proposes to develop a novel High Efficiency Image Compression… more
Abstract:…ng autonomously on the surface of water. USVs should have the abilities of automatically seeing and avoiding obstacles as well as recognizing navigation lights and day shapes in other vessels. The current technologies lack the ability to satisfactorily capture images and process… more
Abstract:… budget. New inexpensive, fast and lightweight technologies for cloud droplet/drizzle measurement in the size range of 101000 micrometers are needed. Vista Photonics proposes to develop an innovative, compact, lightweight and very inexpensive optical imaging technology… more
Abstract:… array functions. Using vertical stacking of reconfigurable logic (fieldprogrammable gate array) and processors, made using lowpower, highdensity, costeffective 28nm CMOS to allow many hundreds of inputoutput connects, it is possible to develop a robust, reconfigurable … more
Abstract:… architecture was developed, which can be used by detector developers to fabricate large area arrays, of varying aspect ratio, and with variable number of outputs. A mask set will be developed and used to fabricate DSiPM readout and arrays, on CMOS and CMOS image sensor… more
Abstract:… of the various Arctic sea ice types, including snow cover and open water, cannot be correlated with heat balance estimates. Proposed is a small size, weight, and power (SWAP) dualmode twocolor laser altimeter boresighted with a radiometrically
calibrated CMOS imager. The small… more
Abstract:The Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) needs accurate, autonomous techniques for atmospheric correction of airborne imaging sensors to support flight testing, specifically validation of Noise-Equivalent Differential Temperature (NEDT) capabilities of Electro-Optical/Infrared… more
Abstract:…, a gruesome condition in which active donor leukocytes attack the internal organs of immuno-suppressed patients, with fatality rates of over 90%. Replacement of blood irradiators with 60Co sources has been attempted, but has been unsuccessful. X-rays are the… more
Abstract:X-ray microtomography (with resolution of ~1 m) is used for studying the fine structures of geological materials, crack propagation, and aging effects. Microtomography is typically performed at synchrotron beamlines by imaging structures on high-resolution scintillators, with… more
Abstract:… Low-Cost Monitoring device is proposed. The device provides CO2 monitoring to detect, quantify, and locate its leakage into groundwater. The innovative system design is based on proven nondispersive infrared absorption principles and incorporates novel all-reflective optics… more
Abstract:… characteristics of transient nuclear fuel, and to detect failed cladding and fragmented fuel pellets, fuel burn-up distribution, fuel location identification, and nonfuel component geometry. To address these needs, development of an innovative high-energy Compton imaging… more
Abstract:… operators to improve the reliability, sustain the safety, and extend the life of current and future reactors. A new device is proposed, based on a Compton imaging tomography technology recently pioneered. Using this approach, the structure is scanned by a planar X-ray… more
Abstract:… in conjunction with volume holographic gratings recorded in layers of photopolymer to achieve multi-axis beam steering for a 90°90°large field of regard (FOR). Using holographic gratings possessing a narrow spectral selectivity ensures a minimal effect on the FLIR imager,… more
Abstract:Addressing the Army need for a cost-effective method of optically fusing thermal and night vision imagery, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to advance the new Variable Magnification Optical Fused Clip-On Thermal Imager (ZoomCOTI) system proven feasible in Phase I. The… more
Abstract:… augmented with AN/PVS night vision eye pieces with infrared cutoff at about 900 nm, incapable of detecting either the eye-safe laser range finder beam or the laser designator beam. The CLRF needs an all-light-level day-and-night visible to Short-Wave-Infrared (SWIR) imager… more
Abstract:… of sensors at three different wavelengths (0.53, 1.06, and 1.55 microns), capable of operating in strong-scintillation conditions over long (>100 km) propagation paths and providing both near and far-field measurements of major atmospheric turbulence, laser beam and image… more
Abstract:… thin opaque film that blocks incident light with>50dB attenuation. In this Phase II program, arrays of optimized shutter elements will be designed, fabricated, and tested. BENEFIT: The Spatially Controlled Opto-Fluidic Attenuator (SCOFA) is designed to improve the imaging… more
Abstract:… will be designed into the architecture by incorporating feedback from potential users. Successful completion through Phase I and Phase II will result in a software tool that is easy to use and is applicable to wide range system geometries, object definitions, and … more
Abstract:The X-ray intensity as measured by detectors depends on all aspects of the imaging system ranging from the source spectrum to various scatter events during the photon transport. The proposed simulator models the entire X-ray detection process from photon… more
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