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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 April, 2020.

  1. Using Alternative Energy to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Production in the Transportation Sector

    SBC: ADVANCED ENGINES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION            Topic: 142OS1

    U.S. DOT’s Zero Emissions Transportation Initiative is looking to push the transportation sector greenhouse gas production to zero by 2050. This solicitation/topic addresses alternative energy sources for the light vehicle, motorcycle, and bicycle sector. With the continuing significant development in commercialization and availability of biofuels, the possibility exists to meet this goal, with ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Transportation
  2. Using Alternative Energy to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Production in the Transportation Sector

    SBC: INNOVATIVE DYNAMICS INC            Topic: 142OS1

    IDI is proposing an electrically assisted e-bike system, designed to increase the usage of bicycles for daily commute, specifically targeting areas and demographics with below average bicycle usage, and adverse weather conditions. This design is intended for usage alongside traditional bikes in bike share programs across the country. The primary benefit is attract those otherwise unwilling or unab ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Transportation
  3. Parking-Cruising Caused Congestion & Targeting Public Mitigation Investments

    SBC: NELSON/NYGAARD CONSULTING ASSOCIATES, INC.            Topic: 142FH2

    Cruising for parking is a problem that cities have long struggled to address. Recent efforts by the FHWA in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and other cities have advanced the state of knowledge but large gaps remain. This project seeks to address these important gaps by using GPS traces, GPS-augmented travel surveys, and GPS traces with driver video to quantify the extent of cruising, and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Transportation
  4. Wideband RF Digitizer with Integrated Filters

    SBC: HYPRES, INC.            Topic: N142118

    The ability to capture wide instantaneous bandwidth is essential for analysis of various signals-of-interest. Superconductor analog-to-digital converters (ADC) offer discriminating advantages in both bandwidth and fidelity due to very high sampling rates and quantum-accurate digitization based on counting of magnetic flux quanta. Multiple digital-RF receiver systems incorporating superconductor AD ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Thermally Stable High Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries for Naval Aviation Applications

    SBC: Yardney Technical Products, Inc.            Topic: N08017

    Yardney is proposing to take the technology we have previously developed in Phase 1 and move toward thinner cell designs to meet the extreme temperature and power requirements of the next generation of high power Naval Aircraft. Just as the optimum Hybrid Electric Vehicle batteries were a step towards more power and thus thinner design, the optimum battery for high power, high energy Naval aviatio ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Development of Algorithms for Characterizing Interleaved Emitter Pulse Trains with Complex Modulations

    SBC: RESEARCH ASSOCIATES OF SYRACUSE INC.            Topic: N131052

    This SBIR extends and refines pulse clustering and de-interleaving software modules (C/C++), as explored in Phase I, to process non-contiguous clusters of pulses received from Electronic Support (ES) acquisition scanning receivers sampling the signal environment (spectrally, spatially, and temporally). It also provides an approach to detect, mitigate and better utilize pulses with multi-path. The ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. High Precision Conformal Sensor Window

    SBC: OPTIPRO SYSTEMS, LLC            Topic: N132122

    Conformal sensor windows have the capability of increasing the performance of an optical system while decreasing the aerodynamic drag. In many cases, these windows might conform to the platform they reside in. They may also be made out of optical materials that are resistant to the elements, thus providing a degree of protection for the optical sensors that are behind them. Continued improvements ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Corrective Optics Manufacturing for Aerodynamic Infrared Domes and Conformal Sensor Windows

    SBC: OPTIPRO SYSTEMS, LLC            Topic: N132124

    Aerodynamically shapes missile domes have many benefits over traditional spherically shaped domes. To correct for optical aberrations presented by this non-traditional shape, free form corrective optics are required between the dome and the image sensor. For this example, the corrective optics shape may be in the form of an arch. Currently the design and utilization of corrective arch shapes are c ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Aerodynamic Dome Manufacturing Cost Reduction

    SBC: OPTIPRO SYSTEMS, LLC            Topic: N132121

    Future missile systems will abandon the traditional hemi-spherical shape for shapes resembling a tangent Ogive. An ogive shaped dome has better aerodynamic capabilities than its spherical counterpart. This enables the missile to fly faster, farther, and with more accuracy while also increasing its payload capacity. The optical material of choice is polycrystalline alumina, PCA, which is a hard cer ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Blast dosimeter for monitoring and documenting Blast exposure for Breacher and route clearance personnel

    SBC: BLACKBOX BIOMETRICS, INC.            Topic: N123152

    The purpose of this research is to develop a marine-worn, cost-efficient blast exposure monitoring device (blast dosimeter) that can be easily deployed by Marines and other ground forces in the theater of operations and in training to measure, record, and display overpressure and force acceleration data from varying blast type events to which these warfighters are exposed.

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy

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