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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY21 is not expected to be complete until September, 2022.

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  1. Combat Systems of the Future

    SBC: Advanced Systems/Supportability Engineering Technologies And Tools, Inc.            Topic: N05149

    The S-351 mini-sub is a prototype of the Dry Combat Submersible (DCS). This prototype was established as a means of risk reduction prior to a full commitment to the DCS program. Both of these platforms have an operational need to transit with minimum operator fatigue safely to a pre-defined point and covertly deploy and retrieve SEALS. To meet these operational needs, these platforms require upgra ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  2. High Performance Armor via Additive Advanced Ceramics

    SBC: HOTEND WORKS, INC.            Topic: A17AT012

    The objective of this proposal is to investigate the use of a cutting edge Additive Manufacturing technology that uses a unique deposition architecture developed by HotEnd Works, Inc (HeW). The process allows for use and flexibility of many advanced material components such as alumina ceramics, boron carbide and silcon carbide. This proposal will explore how In previous work it was determined ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Multiple Antenna Element Approach to a Combined Precision Attitude Determination and GPS Anti-Jamming/Spoofing Capability

    SBC: UHU TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: A15AT013

    A GPS receiver based system, with associated antenna array design, will provide continuous information for attitude determination. This system supports L1/L2 and SAASM functions under both GPS jamming, and spoofing attack, to maintain navigation in contested environments. The approach utilizes two orthogonal, beam steered arrays which point a minimum of four beams at a priori known satellite locat ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Liquid cooled viscoelastic actuation for robust legged robot locomotion

    SBC: Apptronik, Inc.            Topic: H601

    Apptronik Systems in cooperation with the University of Texass Human Centered Robotics Lab (HCRL), Carnegie Mellon Universitys Robotics Institute and Italys National Research Institute (CNR), will collaborate to develop a new type of exoskeleton that is founded upon Apptroniks Visco-Elastic Liquid Cooled Actuator (VLCA). The fundamental goal of this program is the development of a powered exoskel ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  5. Upper Body Addendum to Proposal S2-0328

    SBC: Apptronik, Inc.            Topic: H601

    This is an Addendum to previously submitted proposal that includes the addition of a powered upper body portion of an exoskeleton. In this addendum we propose the additional requirements of researching, fabricating and integrating a powered upper body to the previously outlined lower body. These two systems together will comprise the entire exoskeleton proposed by the contractor. Through this ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  6. Liquid-cooled actuation to achieve greater degrees of freedom and range of motion in untethered exoskeletons

    SBC: Apptronik, Inc.            Topic: H6018135

    Apptronik Systems Inc., in cooperation with the University of Texas Human Centered Robotics Lab (HCRL) and Huston-Tillotson University Robotics Lab (a historically black college and university HBCU), endeavor to advance the movement capabilities and modularity of the exoskeleton being developed under contract #H92222-17-C-0050. The primary goal of this program is to optimize the range of movement ...

    STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  7. Thin Film Deposition of Highly Conductive Metals for Sensor Applications

    SBC: Summit Information Solutions, Inc.            Topic: A17AT001

    Summit Information Solutions, Inc. (Summit) proposes to use a mature thin film deposition technology, widely adopted by the microelectronics industry, to deposit pinhole-free thin films of copper and silver metal (< 10nm) onto oxide substrates. While there has been some success with using this thin film deposition technique to deposit these films onto metal substrates, a viable, repeatable methodo ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Low-Temperature Fabrication of Flexible, High-Efficiency Perovskite Photovoltaic Modules for Energy Harvesting Applications

    SBC: Nanosonic Inc.            Topic: A17AT002

    Through the proposed STTR program, NanoSonic and Virginia Tech will fabricate flexible perovskite solar modules (12 x 12) that are capable of providing conversion efficiencies greater than 20% under AM 1.5G standard solar spectrum, and which demonstrate stability against temperatures up to 50C and relative humidity up to 80%. The photovoltaic market is dominated by crystalline silicon solar panel ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Countering High Radiance CW Beams with Photonic Nanostructures

    SBC: FIBERTEK, INC.            Topic: A17AT003

    The proposed effort will investigate several nanophotonic structures to engineer the phase and amplitude of an incident optical beam to form a protective surface layer. Dielectric metasurfaces are used to engineer the optical properties of a protective layer on a sub-wavelength scale. Evaluations will be performed on the interactions of the metasurfaces with high energy lasers to form a basis ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Functional Additive Manufacturing for Printable &amp; Networkable Sensors to Detect Energetics and Other Threat Materials

    SBC: Applied Nanotech, Inc.            Topic: A17AT004

    Explosive & chem-bio sensors are necessary to provide situational awareness and early warning against threat events from homemade explosives and weapons of mass destruction (WMD), to protect personnel and assets in missions ranging from integrated-base defense to forward operating bases and reconnaissance. The Department of Defense is interested in reducing costs, labor, and footprint while enhanc ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseArmy
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