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  1. Augmented Reality (AR) within the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

    SBC: Boston Engineering Corporation            Topic: DLA181001

    The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) believes there may be advantages to using Augmented Reality (AR) technologies, including the associated benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, for improving procurement, logistics and distribution processes in its operations today. Commercial businesses around the world are proving gains in reliability, repeatability, and reduced process costs in all ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  2. SnapTrack: A Mobile App for Managing Property Reuse and Disposition

    SBC: Technology Solutions Experts, Inc.            Topic: DLA162003

    The flow of equipment, repair parts, and other materiel to the Warfighter is critical to his or her success in the field.As a result of this critical need for materiel, DLA employees must contend with the difficult task of promoting and encouraging the reuse and disposition of excess property.With the advance of e-commerce sites and modern networks, searching a catalog for property has become a re ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  3. SoldierBoost, Nutrient-Dense Soldier Food Bar Ration

    SBC: SYSTEMS & MATERIALS RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: DLA163001

    Soldiers engaged in Sustained Operations can burn up to 6,000 kcal of energy per day, which cannot be compensated for by current rations - Meals, Ready-to-Eat and First Strike Rations only provide up to 3,750 kcal/day and 2,900 kcal/day, respectively. This energy debt is further aggravated by the fact that most soldiers "field strip" their rations, removing menu items that are undesirable, or that ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  4. STEWARD: Sensor Technologies for Enhancing Workplace Awareness through Remote Discernment

    SBC: APTIMA, INC.            Topic: DLA162001

    Warehouse injuries and accidents are occurring much too frequently and resulting in devastating consequences and implications for the involved facility. Although the recent emergence of low-cost and unobtrusive sensor technologies have flooded nearly every market to improve health and safety, the warehousing and manufacturing markets have remained largely unpenetrated. Aptima plans to fill this ga ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  5. The Property Reuse and Disposition Tool

    SBC: Technology Solutions Experts, Inc.            Topic: DLA162003

    Technology Solutions Experts, Inc. (TSE) is proposing to develop the Property Reuse and Disposition Tool, a mobile app that will significantly expedite and facilitate the way in which the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) catalogs excess property for its reuse.The DLA's current process of cataloging excess property is cumbersome and tedious--with the advent and proliferation of mobile technologies, t ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  6. SoldierBoost, Nutrient-Dense Soldier Food Supplement

    SBC: SYSTEMS & MATERIALS RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: DLA163001

    Soldiers engaged in high intensity operations can burn up to 4,500 kcal of energy per day, which cannot be compensated for by current rationsMeals Ready to Eat (MREs) and First Strike Rations (FSRs) only provide up to 3,750 kcal/day and 2,900 kcal/day, respectively. This energy debt is further aggravated by the fact that most soldiers field strip their MREs, removing menu items that are undesirabl ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  7. Reduced Manufacturing Costs for Li-ion Batteries

    SBC: CAMX Power LLC            Topic: DLA142001

    CAMX Power is proposing field demonstration of a new, ultra-high sensitivity cell screening technology that would reduce a 14-28 day cell monitoring operation in present lithium-ion manufacturing practice to about ten minutes, with cost savings, safety and logistics benefits. EaglePicher and Inventus Power, key suppliers of batteries to the US Military, have each agreed to serve as our collaborat ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  8. Upscaling and Optimization of Magnet to Magnet Recycling

    SBC: Urban Mining Company            Topic: DLA161003

    Neodymium-iron-boron rare-earth based magnets are key components of mobile phones, electric vehicles, wind-turbines and many critical US defense systems. Despite their importance, the US is completely reliant on imports from China for their supply. Future supply risk renders this situation untenable, yet re-establishing the supply chain for these magnets in the US could take two decades. Urban Min ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  9. Medical 3D Printing

    SBC: Triton Systems, Inc.            Topic: DLA152002

    Triton Systems propose to integrate 3-D printing into the capabilities of the DLA medical supply chain. This proposed innovation includes development of our medical 3-D printing technology and the demonstration of its capability to print of a variety of life-saving suplies in the DLA medical supply chain such as medical equipment, human tissue, and medicine. Medical 3D printing will enable the DLA ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  10. Aircraft Alternative Braking System for Reduced Cost of Sustainment

    SBC: BLAZETECH CORPORATION            Topic: DLA161002

    The military is looking for innovative technologies that will improve aircraft braking systems. Currently, the majority of the braking power during aircraft landing is supplied by the friction brakes. Many problems arise with the use of friction brakes, the first being the excessive wear on the brakes. The solution we propose involves improving the existing material used for friction braking along ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency

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