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SBC: Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. Topic: N17AT004
We propose to adapt and automate the processes and technologies associated with evidence-based decision support to the Navy—providing a tool that can synthesize current cognitive and learning science knowledge and inform decisions so as to maximize the value gained for each training expenditure. We will develop a plug-play architecture that will allow us to make the best use of emerging technolo ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: FREEDOM PHOTONICS LLC Topic: N13AT005
Freedom Photonics is proposing to develop a novel modulator concept. The overall objective of this program is to develop a novel compound-semiconductor electro-optic modulator that simultaneously exhibits 100-GHz operation, optical/microwave velocity matcSTTR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY INC Topic: N18AT019
Human interaction in cyberspace leaves indicators in the three layers that define cyberspace: persona, logical and physical. The proposed effort seeks to develop algorithms and software to integrate data and context across all three layers, “intertwining” data to create a more holistic and complete picture of cyber activity. Such an integrated perspective will allow cyber professionals to bett ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC Topic: N18AT021
Active imaging systems are used in degraded visual environments, like those found in marine fog and other areas with a high level of attenuation and scattering from obscurants like rain, smoke and dust. These systems are still limited in range and resolution. SA Photonics is taking advantage of new eyesafe, hybrid fiber-bulk laser technology capable of high pulse energy at high repetition rate to ...STTR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: OPTIMAL SYNTHESIS INC. Topic: N17AT010
Crew resource management training systems are often constrained by the high cost and lack of flexibility in coordinating a large group of human role players for part-task training. Motivated by the recent maturation of the speech synthesis and recognition technologies, speech-enabled crew role-player agents are being introduced to address these limitations. However, difficulties remain in customiz ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: SOAR TECHNOLOGY INC Topic: N17AT010
Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) allows trainees to practice verbal communication skills in representative training environments without the need for human role players. However, these technologies have yet to become a feature of most training systems. Building on Phase I work, SoarTech along with our academic partners at UC Davis, proposes developing Soliloquy, a novel interface that allows non ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: ULTRA COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Topic: N05T005
This program adds built-in-test (BIT) functionality within multi-Gbps multimode fiber optic transceivers. The end goal is to develop transceivers capable of detecting and isolating fiber faults along the cable plant in a military environment. This Phase II effort will investigate a solution that integrates the BIT functionality into the transceiver IC so that the overall optical subassembly and ...STTR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: P & J ROBINSON CORP Topic: N18AT018
Protocols used for communication suffer bloat from a variety of sources, such as support for legacy features or rarely used (and unnecessary) functionality. Traditionally, the Navy subscribes to a blanket adoption of a standard protocol "as is". Unnecessary features are active and can be accessed by both internal and external systems creating security vulnerabilities. PJR Corporation's (PJR's) Pha ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: PACIFIC SCIENCE & ENGINEERING GROUP, INC. Topic: N13AT020
Current decision tools often omit important situational context. Unfortunately, this can lead to dangerous and costly errors, as context drives decision making. For example, in operational navigation planning tasks, decisions must be made that rely on multiple information sources of different fidelities and uncertainties. Furthermore, after obtaining additional information the necessity for replan ...STTR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseNavy
SBC: Altex Technologies Corporation Topic: N05T016
Altex Technologies Corporation, a small business, and Pennsylvania State University, a research institution, have teamed up to develop the innovative Person Portable JP-8 Fueled Fuel Cell Power Generator (PJF-Gen). The 500-1000 watts system will be lightweight, the size of a lunch box, will reliably operate on JP-8 and start fast, thereby meeting all Navy requirements. This is achieved by using ...STTR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseNavy