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Infoscitex Corporation

Company Information
Address
303 Bear Hill Road
Waltham, MA -
United States


http://www.infoscitex.com

Information

UEI: NJM7E3Y9QXJ5

# of Employees: 125


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No




Success Stories

  1. SBIR-STTR Success: Massachusetts Business Shapes Innovative Thermal Solution for Space Program

    Infoscitex Corporation (IST) has developed a spacecraft thermal control solution, Active Thermal Tiles (ATT), which has successfully concluded its first spaceflight onboard the International Space Station as a part of the Department of Defense (DoD)’s Space Test Program STP-H4 complement.The...

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Award Listing

  1. Lightweight Self-sealing Fuel Tank with Hydraulic Ram Mitigation

    Amount: $69,923.00

    The Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) has two external fuel tanks that have a total capacity of 238 gallons, and weigh nearly 500 lbs each. The US Marines seek to reduce the weight of each external ...

    SBIRPhase I2011Department of Defense Navy
  2. Natural Language Dialogue for Supervisory Control of Autonomous Ground Vehicles

    Amount: $69,963.00

    As unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) gain prominence in Navy applications and across the DoD, solutions are needed to reduce the human operator"s cognitive workload. Unburdening the human operator from ...

    SBIRPhase I2011Department of Defense Navy
  3. Autonomously deployed energy harvesting system in coastal and riverine environment

    Amount: $79,942.00

    The capabilities and mission profile of underwater sensors and autonomous systems are often significantly limited by the availability of onboard energy. The issue of energy limitation becomes more sev ...

    SBIRPhase I2011Department of Defense Navy
  4. Reducing the Effect of Motion Sickness by Oculo-Vestibular Equilibration and Suppression (REMOVES)

    Amount: $69,908.00

    Motion sickness is of particular military importance in the transport of troops, be it by air, by land, or by sea. Motion sickness affects a person's ability to function at the peak of their perf ...

    SBIRPhase I2011Department of Defense Army
  5. Actively Compliant Parallel End-Effector Mechanism for Medical Interventions

    Amount: $749,879.00

    Robot-assisted surgery and envisioned diagnostics require the clinician to rely almost solely on visual feedback, pointing to the need for solutions to ensure that contact forces with the anatomy are ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Army
  6. Computer Aided Optimization of a Vector Surveillance Tent Trap and Field Demonstration

    Amount: $749,957.00

    Vigilant monitoring for disease carrying insects in regions of military deployment is vital for identifying threats to the health of soldiers. The Army issued a request for an easily deployable, safe, ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Defense Health Agency
  7. Human Modeling and Monitoring in 4-Dimension (HMM4D)

    Amount: $762,104.00

    ABSTRACT: In Phase II, Infoscitex will focus on developing an innovative, robust, and efficient software system, HMM4D, which utilizes a dynamic 3-D human model to detect human threats and to predict ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Air Force
  8. Countering Cyber Terrorism through Internet Media

    Amount: $743,372.00

    ABSTRACT: Terrorists use a variety of messages, as well as a variety of communications media, to sway impressionable people to their viewpoint. The internet is a very effective emerging medium by whi ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Air Force
  9. Biomimetic Maneuverable EAP Anti-Submarine Sensor

    Amount: $289,478.00

    In order to address the U.S. Navy"s need for improved tools for use in Anti-Submarine Warfare IST has developed key technologies that will enable the deployment of advanced acoustic sensing systems co ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Navy
  10. Support Environment for Automatic Context-switching User Experience

    Amount: $582,975.00

    In the future, Navy personnel will be expected to perform a variety of different tasks and missions in a highly linked, collaborative environment subject to frequent alerts and interruptions. This sit ...

    SBIRPhase II2011Department of Defense Navy
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