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SBC: ACTA, LLC Topic: N/A
This STTR project will develop and validate a robust, scalable computational capability for the simulation of weapon-target interactions of interest to the Army. The proposed algorithm is based on the FLIP (Fluid Implicit Particle) - MPM (Material Point Method) - MFM (Multiphase Flow Method) approach and CartaBlanca nonlinear solver environment developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory. CartaB ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Calabazas Creek Research, Inc. Topic: N/A
From consultations with the Army program manager, it was determined that the Army has a strong need for improved amplifiers in the W band. Accordingly, the proposed Phase II overall technical objective is to develop a 10 W, W-band prototype planar helix TWT. In Phase I, we addressed improving the repeatability, cost and yields of conventional Ka-band TWTs by introducing novel circuits, beam sou ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Cdm Optics, Inc. Topic: N/A
In Phase I a revolutionary system for digital imaging microscopy was demonstrated. The system is based on the newly-developed imaging technology of Wavefront Coding (WFC). WFC employs specialized aspheric optics and digital processing to greatly increasethe depth of field or depth of focus. WFC simultaneously decreases the size, weight, and cost of a variety of digital imaging systems. Depth o ...STTR Phase I 2001 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: CHARLES RIVER ANALYTICS, INC. Topic: N/A
Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) algorithms must be able to identify the conditions under which they are operating and tune their parameters accordingly to ensure robust accuracy and low false-alarm rate. For example, the signature of a target imagedunder ideal weather conditions (overcast skies) is fundamentally different from the signature of a target imaged when raining. Therefore, a single A ...STTR Phase I 2003 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: DBC Technology Corp. Topic: N/A
The Phase I program objectives were successfully completed. In addition, novel ideas were developed that will be of use in the Phase II program and in the field of algorithm development and sensor characterization in the laboratory. Work on new algorithmswas initiated to optimize wavelength selection for vapor and aerosol detection, a detailed design for obtaining sensor detection statistics in th ...STTR Phase I 2003 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: FuelCell Energy, Inc. Topic: N/A
To be commercially competitive, PEM fuel cells have to be able to run on readily available fuels. Fuel reformers are practical, but fuel cell anode catalysts are severely poisoned by small quantities of carbon monoxide from the reformer. Despite mucheffort invested into increasing CO tolerance, desired performance levels have not been achieved.Our Phase I data has demonstrated excellent CO-toler ...STTR Phase I 2003 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Frontier Technology Inc. Topic: N/A
Frontier Technology, Inc. (FTI) and University of Florida (UF) propose to validate and demonstrate designs for biomimetic camouflage systems (STTR Phase I 2001 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: N/A
In the phase I effort, IAI successfully demonstrated the feasibility of co-operative swarm based approach to boundary tracking. This approach is relevant to applications such as tracking oil spills using a swarm of robots, tracking enemy troop movement using a swarm of UAV's (Future Combat System (FCS) type scenario), and tracking of static and moving mine fields . In Phase II, we continue our ef ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: Materials Technologies Corporation Topic: N/A
The overall objective of this Phase II program is to produce, by the end of the two-year effort, a low-cost, ready-to-use, field-deployable simple kit comprising paper, wood or plastic strips that detect the principal chemical warfare agents (CWAs) - Mustard, Sarin, Soman, and VX - in liquid as well as vapor forms, by fast and dramatic color changes. Our Phase I work produced prototype demonstra ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: MAYFLOWER COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, INC. Topic: N/A
Mayflower's proposed Robust MINT system is fully responsive to the Army STTR program objective to develop a robust high data rate, short distance mobile wireless communications system, which would allow the transfer of 100's of Mbps in a range of 50 - 100 feet from mobile base stations to combat vehicles or dismounted soldiers. The "robust" feature of our MINT system refers to its jamming immunit ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy