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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until June, 2020.

  1. Modularpod

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: SOCOM15005

    "USSOCOM has need for a lightweight, concealable, one-to-three legged support for modern targeting devices. Existing solutions are heavy, bulky, expensive, and take too long both to deploy and to stow when operations are complete. The Physical Sciences team of structural engineers and retired USSOCOM operators will determine the feasibility of using low-cost, commercially available materials to fo ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  2. Rapidly-Installed, Transferable, Tiled Armor (RITTA)

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: SOCOM15007

    "The DoD needs to rapidly add and then subsequently remove protective armor to and from civilian vehicles without altering their external appearance and without permanently altering their interior. Existing solutions are heavy, bulky, and are time consuming to install. Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) is teamed with an existing armor manufacturer to provide both opaque and transparent solutions that c ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  3. Transferable Armor for Non Standard Commercial Vehicle (NSCV)

    SBC: TECHNICAL PRODUCTS, INC.            Topic: SOCOM15007

    The objective of Phase I is to define, develop and demonstrate a modular armor system for commercial vehicles that can be tailored to the threat, is platform agnostic and which can be installed in and is in fact transferable between vehicles in the field. The proposed project will facilitate the scenario where by a SOF team would acquire a likely battered indigenous vehicle, and then convert it to ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  4. Advanced Transparent Armor Materials and Manufacturing Methods

    SBC: SURMET, CORP.            Topic: SOCOM14002

    "Current glass-based transparent armor has two major deficiencies: 1) It is very heavy, and therefore can compromise performance and helicopter transportability of vehicles; and 2) It is very thick, and therefore can compromise visual signature of vehicles. Advanced technology ceramic transparent armor removes both these deficiencies and provides a twofold improvement in performance, but costs 6-1 ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  5. Inconspicuous Up-Armoring of Vehicles Using Segmented Ceramic and Metallic Elements

    SBC: Triton Systems, Inc.            Topic: SOCOM14003

    Triton Systems Inc.(Triton), together with our partner Technical Products Inc. (TPI) will conduct a feasibility study to evaluate options for armoring non standard commercial vehicles (NSCV) in an unobtrusive fashion using austere mechanical facilities corresponding to expedient basing in the area of operations. Triton has wide experience in metallic, ceramic and composite armoring solutions and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  6. Low Profile Closed Coolant System for High Speed Combatant Craft

    SBC: TIAX LLC            Topic: SOCOM14005

    High speed combatant craft utilized by SOCOM, such as the Riverine (SOC-R), use pumped raw water to provide engine cooling for the twin marine diesel engines. While raw water provides an essentially limitless heat sink, it often contains debris which can clog engine strainers, causing the engines to overheat. Thus, engine performance, as well as maintenance, is negatively affected by the use of th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  7. Megapixel Uncooled Photomechanical LWIR Imager

    SBC: AGILTRON, INC.            Topic: SOCOM07005

    Agiltron has developed a breakthrough modular IR imaging technology that employs a photomechanical effect, in which an array of micro-machined sensor pixels converts IR radiation into visible light signals that can be optically detected by commercial off-the-shelf CMOS or CCD visible-light imagers. With commercial CMOS imagers achieving multi-megapixel resolution, the resolution of the modular Agi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  8. High Resolution Long Wave Infrared Focal Plane Array Development

    SBC: NANTERO, INC.            Topic: SOCOM07005

    Infrared (IR) detection is an integral part of the Global War on terrorism. Vandium Oxide based micro-bolometers are the current state of the art in uncooled IRFPA. The need for higher resolution 1280X960 arrays that operate at low power for man-portable applications include 24 hour surveillance and targeting . Carbon Nanotube (CNT) based IR detectors could fill this need. CNTs have unique electri ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
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    SBC: FOSTER-MILLER, INC.            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 2000 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
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    SBC: Idolon Technologies            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 2000 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
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