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  1. The Marine Debris and Small Object Mapping (DSOM) Radar System)

    SBC: REMOTE SENSING SOLUTIONS, INC.            Topic: 824D

    The DSOM system realized in a Phase II effort will provide a modular, compact and reconfigurable system with the ability to provide unique and new information about the scene of interest (e.g. temporal and height information) when compared with traditional SAR sensors. When compared with other imaging technologies, DSOM has the important advantages of being operable through cloud cover and at nigh ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  2. Poly Arylene Ether (PAE) Based, High Performance, Solvent Free Procesing of Aircraft Canopies

    SBC: Triton Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Triton Systems, Inc will demonstrate a new method to produce a low melt viscosity PolyArylene Ether (PAE) macrocyclic oligomer that will be resin transfer molded (RTM) into optically transparent aircraft canopies. A ring opening polymerization converts the macrocyclic oligomer to an optically transparent PAE polymer with a high glass transition temperature. The PAE macrocycle is processable with ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  3. Optical Fiber-Based Corrosion System Using Electrochemically Active Coatings

    SBC: Luna Innovations Incorporated            Topic: N/A

    The objective of the proposed program is to address the high service costs of the current U.S. Navy fleet of aircraft by developing a distributed optical fiber sensor system that will help reduce the costs associated with corrosion damage and extend the lifetime of existing aircraft. Annual corrosion of Navy metallic structures has been estimated as high as $1 billion. Additional costs aris ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  4. Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) and Lithium-ion Polymer (Li-polymer) Battery Safety

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: OSD09EP1

    Physical Sciences, Inc. (PSI) has demonstrated that electroactive polymer coatings (EAP) may be applied to the surface of the cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries to protect against catastrophic cell failure. These EAP coatings form an electrochemical"switch"that can prevent catastrophic failure in lithium-ion batteries by reversibly changing from a conductor to an insulator on overdischarg ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  5. Integrating HLA into the Spearhead Game

    SBC: MAK TECHNOLOGIES            Topic: N/A

    To promote the commercial use of HLA outisde the DoD, non-military applications must be fielded which clearly demonstrate the benefits of HLA over and above other network architectures. MaK Technologies is the world's leading supplier of DIS software, and is the first company toproduce a commercial product based on HLA (VR-Link++). MaK will integrate VR-Link++ with MaK's completed, state-of-the- ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  6. HLA RUNTIME ANALYSIS AND MONITORING TOOLS

    SBC: VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY CORP.            Topic: N/A

    As the potential of the High Level Architecture (HLA) is realized, the size, scope, and frequency of federations will grow, and as they do, so will the expense of the manual federation planning, execution, monitoring, and analysis process. The basis for an automated approach to exercise execution and monitoring is the Execution Plan developed during the federation planning phase and containing Fe ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  7. High Temperature Phthalonitrile Resin Systems for RFI/RTM

    SBC: Eikos, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Eikos LLC will modify and enhance the chemistry of the NRL developed phthalonitrile resin to meet the 700F TOS requirements of high temperature RTM and RFI aerospace composites. Eikos is intimately familiar with the chemistry of the phthalonitrile resin because of our efforts to scale the production of the current bases resin from the laboratory to the pilot plant. Eikos has teamed with McConne ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  8. HIGH DATA RATE STORAGE OF DATA

    SBC: SHAWN SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    We propose to design a state-of-the-art high speed solid-state data recorder with 200 Gbyte capacity (exceeding the required 500 to 1500 Gbit or 63 ~ 188 GBytes capacity). Data can be stored at 10 Gbps (1250 Mbytes/s), with a corrected bit error rate less than 1 bit in 1014. The 100 W, and occupy less than 1.5 cu. ft.The proposed design will make extensive use of COTS parts. The storage contro ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
  9. Fish Trap Extension Kit for Lionfish Control

    SBC: R3 Digital Sciences, Inc.            Topic: 822N

    R3 Digital Sciences (R3-DS) will develop and commercialize the Fish Trap Extension Kit (FTEK), and electromechanical device that will extend the capabilities of existing fish traps, and convert them from indiscriminate traps into “smart traps” capable of targeting specific fish types. To eliminate lionfish bycatch, the FTEK will enable existing commercial spiny lobster traps to autonomously de ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  10. FEDspresso- CAFDE Based HLA Federation Development and Implementation Tool Suite

    SBC: SYNETICS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    Developing a set of tools that is automated, integrated, and compliant with the deired goals of this SBIR is not a simple task. If a coordinated approach is not taken from the start, then a hodgepodge of tools and capabilities for a hodgepodge of environments wil be developed with unwanted outcome of falling short of the desired goals. Therefore, SYNETICS proposes to establish a CASE-like enviro ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
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