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  1. Prehensor for one atmosphere diving suit

    SBC: VISHWA ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION LLC            Topic: N13AT010

    The specific research objectives of this program are to develop a rugged and human equivalent (human-sized, multi-fingered with opposing thumb) underwater robotic hand that mimics the dexterity of a gloved diver and that can replace existing 1-DOF pliers on Navy Atmospheric Diving Suits (ADS) and Navy UUV (Unmanned Underwater Vehicles) without any mechanical seals. Furthermore it is the objective ...

    STTR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Evaluation of safety and efficacy of commensal probiotics, L. salivarius MMP strain and L. senioris Accacia strain for maintaining dolphin (Tursiops

    SBC: Accacia International LLC            Topic: N13AT013

    The proposed Phase II project intends to conduct a clinical study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of probiotics from dolphins, and to develop and commercialize a microencapsulated probiotic product to improve gastrointestinal health of dolphins. Preliminary research conducted by the US Navy Marine Mammal program (MMP) and Accacia International has identified some lactobacilli strains with prob ...

    STTR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Reliable, Safe, Lithium-ion Battery Enabled by a Robust Battery Management System

    SBC: Invocon, Inc.            Topic: N15AT001

    Invocon proposes its Lithium-Ion Smart Rechargeable Battery technology as the basis for developing a reliable, safe, robust Battery Management System (BMS). This technology offers an ever vigilant BMS that helps to optimize battery performance, reduce charging cycle time, and increase battery safety during both charging and discharging. The system will be modified to provide additional options suc ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Flight-Certified Lithium-ion Battery

    SBC: PROGENY SYSTEMS CORPORATION            Topic: N15AT001

    Progeny Systems Corporation and University of Colorado Colorado Springs team proposes to develop Naval Aviation Flight-Certified Lithium (LI)-ion Battery (NAFCLiB) to provide a safe, reliable, modular and scalable high energy density, long life, low self-discharge battery pack monitored by a robust physics-based battery management system (BMS) suitable for flight certification and employment on N ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Reliable, Safe, Lithium-ion Battery Enabled by a Robust Battery Management System

    SBC: Texas Research Institute, Austin, Inc.            Topic: N15AT001

    Texas Research Institute Austin (TRI/Austin) teaming with Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory proposes to develop a robust battery management system (BMS) based on technology that a) non-invasively maintains the internal states (SoC, Rint, Tint and Ecv) of each cell in the battery well within the safety limits at all times, b) establishes cell balancing and Ah-capacity monitoring, ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Improved Turbulence Modelling Across Disparate Length Scales for Naval Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications

    SBC: COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES LLC            Topic: N15AT002

    Computational Sciences LLC will collaborate with the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) to develop and validate a stand-alone computational module that naturally accounts for the effects of turbulence. Such fluctuations and transitions may be associated with compressible flows and boundary layer interactions. The module will be designed for implementation in to existing legacy codes for use in ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Innovative Physics-based Modeling Tool for Application to Passive Radio Frequency Identification System on Rotorcraft

    SBC: Applied EM Inc.            Topic: N15AT005

    Tracking dynamic components of rotorcraft is crucial to component life assessment and overall fleet management. The Navy is pursuing an effort to collect the component information directly off the aircraft through the use of passive RFID (pRFID) tags and a novel reader/gateway system to communicate with the ground station. Finding an optimum pRFID tag/antenna reader system arrangement without a co ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Precision Optical Navigation Guidance System (PRONG)

    SBC: FOMS INC.            Topic: N15AT014

    FOMS Inc. and University of Southern California propose to develop the PRecision Optical Navigation Guidance (PRONG) system to provide continuous, high quality range and bearing data to fixed wing aircraft during landing approach to an aircraft carrier. The PRONG system uses infrared optical communications with advanced modulation and coding to measure range between ship and aircraft with accuracy ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Experimental Noise Measurement System for Ship Sonar Design

    SBC: ADAPTIVE METHODS, INC.            Topic: N15AT015

    Hull mounted sensor arrays are an important tool used to determine localized threat assessment. The location of these arrays on the ship is critical. They must be placed at the quietest location on the hull to minimize own-ship noise which can interfere with array sensitivity. To determine these quiet locations, Adaptive Methods has proposed incorporating vector sensing modules which can be tempor ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Advanced Solid State Switch (Diode) Materials for High Rep Rate Pulse Power Systems and High Power Radio Frequency (HPRF) Applications

    SBC: Applied Physical Electronics, L.C.            Topic: N15AT023

    Direct conversion of DC energy to RF energy via switched systems such as Class D, E, and F amplifiers is limited by the switches currently available. Presently available switches are voltage limited, resistive transition time limited, and rate of current rise limited. Furthermore, high power switched amplifiers are limited by the thermal dissipation of the switches which are required to open and c ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
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