Abstract:This work further developed a highly promising Variable Emittance technology for spacecraft thermal control based on Conducting Polymer (CP) electrochromics developed earlier by this firm with the Air Force, NASA and JPL, with: Extremely thin (< 0.2 mm), flexible (plastic), lightweight (0.176… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Small animal imaging initiatives are growing rapidly due to the enormous potential for improved understanding and treatment of human disease through animal imaging. At present, every radiologic modality available for use in humans has been adapted for small… more
Abstract:In Phase I of this SBIR, Asier conducted research to determine if telemetry data could be compressed and encrypted. Asier determined that two different types of MDA telemetry data could be compressed and encrypted in real-time (no added latency) and without damaging either the integrity or… more
Abstract:The goal of this study is to attempt to place, where possible, highly efficient encryption and authentication algorithms in legacy devices already installed in the SCADA network. Where this is not possible, low cost inline security units will be proposed. On the larger scale, multi-level secure… more
Abstract:In Phase 1 we will demonstrate the feasibility of integrating high-speed InP-based HEMTs with ASIP's proprietary asymmetric twin waveguide photonic integration technology. A common source HEMT driver transistor will be integrated with a simple, asymmetric twin waveguide (ATG) compatible laser. In… more
Abstract:Aspen Systems proposes to develop a small portable personal heat pump system that may be used by Air Force flight line maintenance and aircrew personnel to combat heat stress and cold weather exposure. Aspen Systems is uniquely qualified to develop a miniature personal heat pump. We have… more
Abstract:Aspen Systems proposes to develop a highly selective, high sensitivity and fast-response in-line sulfur monitoring system based on advanced membrane technology. In the proposed sulfur sensors, the active membrane layer selectively extracts sulfur compounds from the logistic fuel processing streams.… more
Abstract:Aspen Systems proposes to develop advanced nanocomposite materials to achieve high thermoelectric figure of merit by incorporating nanoparticles with high Seebeck coefficients within a high surface area semiconducting matrix with extremely low thermal conductivity and high electrical conductivity. … more
Abstract:Aspen systems proposes to develop an innovative and smart sensors to continuously monitor ambient air compositions by utilizing a resonating tunable micro-cavity technology. The new device will directly measure the unique vibrational resonance of gas molecules and determine its concentration for… more
Abstract:The use of protective garments and/or body armor combined with warm ambient environments is a potentially lethal combination. We propose to develop a very small man-portable, self-contained cooling system based on our vapor compression technology. We believe that a vapor compression based system… more
Abstract:The ASR Corporation has developed an ultra-compact hydrogen-insulated triggered switch for use in high voltage, fast rise time applications. The objective of the proposed work is to incorporate the switch into a compact 5-stage Marx structure to enable evaluation of a compact, high repetition rate… more
Abstract:Navies of the world have recognized the issues of conducting Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) in littoral regions since the Falkland Island war (1982). Since that time, the U.S. Navy has aggressively pursued efforts to achieve dominance in the littorals in time of war. Ongoing R&D efforts for… more
Abstract:The Department of Defense (DoD) and the commercial sector have become increasingly affordability conscious. In this environment, system architectures have a significant role in developing and maintaining functional performance, affordability and supportability over the life cycle. This SBIR project… more
Abstract:The malicious distribution of Bacillus anthracis spores through the U.S. Postal Service in the fall of 2001 demonstrated the vulnerability of the United States to biological threats. These events showed the need for improved decontamination methods for buildings and assets exposed to various… more
Abstract:The objective of the phase I and II SBIR Topic A03-198, "COMPACT, RUGGED ULTRA WIDEBAND ANTENNA PROGRAM" is to develop compact, rugged ultra-wideband antenna technology that can be used in the D.O.D. environment to produce small to medium caliber munitions (40 mm. to 155 mm.), see Figure 3.0-1,… more
Abstract:The proposed program addresses the development of a very large asymmetric fairing that will allow considerably larger payloads to be launched than is currently possible with cylindrical fairings. This fairing would be usable on existing launch vehicles without extensive modifications of those launch… more
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The purpose of this proposal is to develop a protein assay technology that will parallel the newly developing oligonucleotide microarray techniques. We will develop a peptide system capable of performing high throughput real time measurements in parallel on a… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): We propose the development of a microfluidic real-time PCR microarray technology that is far beyond the capability of today's hybridization-based DNA microarrays. This new technology will enable a broad range of research and diagnostic applications that require… more
Abstract:A crucial component of the Joint Battlespace Infosphere (JBI) is a collection of cooperating fuselets, simple programs or scripts that effect small transformations on data, thus transforming data into knowledge. Based on successful Phase I accomplishments, ATC-NY, in collaboration with Architecture… more
Abstract:Distributed systems, important to civilian and military infrastucture, have steadily become more complex and steadily more difficult to understand, implement, and maintain. Addressing these dangers, a collaboration between ATC-NY and Cornell University will build a mathematically based tool, … more
Abstract:To meet the demand for more "intelligent" applications-in web services, enterprise software, network management, etc.-developers are turning to the AI technique of rule-based programming. But the very things that make rule-based programming attractive-its flexibility, its introduction of complex and… more
Abstract:Testing accounts for a large and growing share of software development costs. Developing tests is labor-intensive; and significant savings would result from tools that could automatically generate tests meeting some given criterion of completeness. ATC-NY proposes to build a set of modules, Tiger,… more
Abstract:Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology provides high-speed, low-power wireless networks with a low probability of detection and interception, and is resistant to jamming. This promising technology lacks support above the physical layer to provide capabilities that the Army requires for intra-vehicle… more
Abstract:The Principle of Least Privilege says that programs should operate with sufficient privilege to get the job done, but no more, in order to minimize the harm that can be done in case of error. The Empirical Privilege Profiling system (EPP) will collect data about privileges actually exercised by… more
Abstract:The Transparent Software Protection Infrastructure (TSPI) is a collection of software modules that enhance software protection during the software development process. TSPI uses wrapper technology to provide a layer between COTS development systems and the file system. It provides security to… more
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