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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY24 is not expected to be complete until March, 2025.

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  1. Digital Data Download (D3) with Crash Survivable Memory

    SBC: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES INC            Topic: N/A

    "Our Phase I SBIR project performed innovative research to addressthis problem. This research investigated the feasibility ofdeveloping a multi-purpose, crash survivable, universal flightinformation system and data recorder (UFDR). The UFDR willdigitally process and record structural, engine/propulsion,electrical/avionics, environmental, exceedance, and event data tocrash survivable memory with c ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Acoustic Interference Rejection

    SBC: Advanced Acoustic Concepts, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    "Under Phase I array-processing techniques were developed andanalyzed which provided an effective interference rejectioncapability for acoustic intercept systems. This was demonstratedvia computer analysis and simulation of these techniques asapplied to a volumetric acoustic intercept sensor. It was shownthat, using such an array, an adaptive spatial normalizationtechnique could be used to suppr ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Catalytic Conversion Recycling Process for Composite Aircraft Components

    SBC: Adherent Technologies, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Cured aircraft composite materials present a particularly difficult challenge for recycling technology. Those materials have mostly thermosetting epoxy matrices and occur in intimate association with metals, paints, and coatings. Current techniques for recycling thermoset composites, mostly for automotive sheet molding compounds (SMC), involve pulverizing the material for use as fillers. Th ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Reflex Triode

    SBC: KTECH CORP.            Topic: N/A

    "Reflex triode bremsstrahlung sources potentially provide warm X-ray sources (20 keV to 500 keV), capable of generating high doses (~10 cal/g gold) over exposure areas of ~20 cm2. This needed capability allows experimental verification of warm X-ray inducedthermomechanical response, SGEMP, and box IEMP models for achieving component and system certification to hostile environments.In a reflex trio ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  5. Optimizing Prognostic and Health Management System Designs for the Joint Strike Fighter

    SBC: Impact Technologies            Topic: N/A

    "The proposed program is focused specifically on developing and optimizing advanced Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) system designs for various Joint Strike Fighter aircraft systems and subsystems. A PHM design optimization tool developed under aseparate program will be utilized to examine several selected JSF aircraft areas including the propulsion system (Fan/Compressor/Turbine, Engine ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Compressed Internet Protocol (IP) Data Via Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) Satellite Circuits

    SBC: Critical Technologies Inc            Topic: N/A

    "Refine the characteristics of, and integrate a softwareimplementation of, an optimal protocol suite for reliable IP WANtransport over GEO satellites. The prototype Application TrafficController (ATC), integrating a caching controller, compressioncontroller, and prioritization and queuing controller, with anautomatic transport selector and enhanced transport protocols,will enable reliable multica ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Enhanced Resistance to Mine Detonation

    SBC: Thornton Tomasetti, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The objective of this proposed research is to demonstrate thatbubble screens of the type produced by ship maskers may enhanceresistance to mine detonation. Ship masker systems are acousticcountermeasures that utilize air bubbles to mask potentialtargets. Masker systems work by reducing radiated noise from asurface ship by injecting air bubbles into water adjacent to thewet surface of a ship. The ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Agile Manufacturing-Simulation and Integration Tools

    SBC: TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The objective of agile manufacturing is to increase competitiveness of the US manufacturing base, while addressing DoD priorities, with a combined goal of improving US global competitiveness and national security. To achieve this objective, significant changes in technology and infrastructure must occur. This proposal addresses a significant component of these required changes, a Next Generation C ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Collaborative Systems Engineering Workbench and Network

    SBC: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES INC            Topic: N/A

    The Virtual Engineering firm is a reality, with a team of scientists and engineers scattered at home sites working together to solve tough engineering problems. This SBIR will perform research and development to provide collaborative system engineering tools for network engineering projects. We will explore new directions for collaborative systems engineering (SE) that enable distributed req ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. High Temperature Multifunctional Applique

    SBC: INTEGUMENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    "The development of applique technology as an alternative to current paint coating systems is important to all aircraft manufacturers and end users, especially th eend users in the military. This is due to the tremendous savings that may be realized viathe elimination of hazardous solvents, materials and by-products currently required for application, maintenance, removal, and repair of current p ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 Department of DefenseNavy
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