Abstract:"A MEMS rotating Annular Sensor (MARS) is proposed, which senses rotation velocities and accelerations in one discrete time sensor. The sensor system is sensitive to accelerations in all three local directions x, y, and z and rotational velocities in twoaxes. Differential capacitance measured at… more
Abstract:"Archangel's Air Data Attitude Heading Reference System (ADAHRS) is a solid-state unit that integrates low-cost piezoelectric MEMS gyros and accelerometers, as well as pitot and static sensing devices and a magnetometer with a local processor. Accuraciesto 1 degree RMS have been demonstrated in… more
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We will develop a protein detection chip that will allow parallel detection of proteins, including their modified forms. These chips, or molecular profiling arrays, will specifically focus on cancer related targets. This tool will allow researchers and clinicians… more
Abstract:"The Phase I research and development performed by ArchitectureTechnology demonstrates the feasibility of building a debug-and-test system for distributed-object environments. During Phase Ithe ability to capture, decode, and playback method invocationson CORBA-compliant distributed objects was… more
Abstract:"The Air Force envisions the use of a cluster of cooperating satellites to enable cost-effective deployment of tomorrow's complex missions. This dynamic network environment requires the use of an ad hoc routing algorithm. Architecture Technology hasestablished the feasibility of the SARA algorithm… more
Abstract:"Due to the large number and variety of data storage and access technologies, as well as the need for analysts and programmers to understand data schemas and how they relate to the application domain, development of data-intensive software is a laboriousoperation. This presents the challenging… more
Abstract:"US warfighting strategy envisions Army and Joint Interoperability focused on system-centric technology to support the information needed to sustain command and control. A key obstacle to interoperability is the development of systems from the uniqueperspective of each individual system. … more
Abstract:"This proposal suggests a fault-tolerant communication that uses a wired primary network and a wireless backup network. The Wireless Integrated Routing Link, or WIRL, is independent of specific hardware and can be applied to a number of environments. WIRLprovides fault detection on the primary… more
Abstract:"What forms the foundation of the Joint Battlespace Infosphere (JBI) system is a Publish and Subscribe (P&S) architecture, which is composed of protocols, processes, and common core functions permitting participating application and organizations to shareand exchange mission-critical information in… more
Abstract:"US warfighting strategy envisions the use of lighter, rapidly deployable, highly versatile forces that disperse widely into hostile territory. To ensure high mobility and flexibility of the forces, intelligence and tactical data must be exploited toprovide customized, mission specific information… more
Abstract:"This proposal suggests an ad hoc routing algorithm that minimizes power consumption due to data transmission (and reception) of the individual nodes of a microsensor network. The PAHR algorithm borrows from the existing body of research intogeneral-purpose ad hoc routing algorithms as well as… more
Abstract:"This proposal presents a new method for tracking large numbers of assets with RFID tags using wireless-LAN technology. An innovative approach to dispersing RFID readers and wireless LAN nodes is presented, as is an approach to a fully-wireless LANinfrastructure. The end user of the proposed… more
Abstract:"To support today's warfighters critical decision making process at all echelons, battle command systems must deliver mission critical information to the right person at the right place and at the right time. Quality information must flow seamlessly acrossboth wired and wireless networks under… more
Abstract:"Superior information over one's adversary allows control of the battlespace, and ultimately provides opportunities to take advantage of the adversary's vulnerability. C2 planning is critical to shape and control the pace and phasing of battlespaceengagements, and requires direct access to… more
Abstract:"Military software systems are vulnerable to Information Warfare attacks. If an enemy can gain knowledge of the software, then the software and the systems it runs on can be attacked, either directly or indirectly. One method the enemy may employ isreverse engineering, attempting to recover the… more
Abstract:Spray drift is a significant issue facing agricultural applicators throughout the United States. Up to half of the crop production materials applied are delivered to the crop site by air. This method is highly valued by the farmer and contributes to American agricultural productivity. However,… more
Abstract:We propose to capitalize on the success of the Phase-I effort and develop a unique next generation three-dimensional DPIV system with the capability to resolve quantitatively with sub-pixel accuracy, both velocity and size of poly-dispersed multi- phase flows. This system is going to be unique… more
Abstract:"Polarimetric imaging has proved useful in providing an additional discriminator in a number of active and passive sensors. In this Phase II SBIR proposal Aret¿ Associates describes a carefully constructed development and test effort that furtherdemonstrates the capabilities of the Polarimetric… more
Abstract:"The overall goal of this Phase II STTR proposal is to demonstrate the capability of Naval surface and aircraft-based radars to detect and track marine mammals at representative encounter geometries. There are two major components to the proposed work: 1) acomprehensive land-based demonstration and… more
Abstract:"The objective of this program is demonstrate a Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Beam Steering Mirror Transmit and Receive assembly and leverage the Streak Tube Imaging LIDAR (STIL) demonstrated previously by Aret¿ . Addition of a MEMS beam steeringarray to the STIL technology will provide a… more
Abstract:"The objective of this SBIR program is the development of an electro-optical imaging system for acquiring time-series imagery of the ocean surface suitable for scientific research, which can be mounted and flown in an aerial photography airplane. Thesystem will be designed for low-cost production,… more
Abstract:"The goal of this Phase I SBIR is to define a unified Maritime ISR processor suitablefor use on the GLOBAL HAWK platform. The Phase I effort will adapt and integratealgorithms developed under a variety of Navy programs, that are suitable for usingwith an imaging EO sensor on a long-duration platform… more
Abstract:"The goal of this SBIR proposal is to develop and demonstrate a technique for improving the accuracy of DEMs generated from satellite imagery by using appropriate airborne imagery. It is anticipated that the positioning and pointing capabilities of futureUAVs will provide much more accurate… more
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