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  1. An Ultra-Low Power Handheld Device for Analysis of the Post-Fire Environment

    SBC: KWJ ENGINEERING INC            Topic: HSB0142006

    KWJ proposes to develop an ultra-low power and low cost, handheld device for monitoring of post-fire air quality, including DHS target toxic gases, combustion gases, CO2, LEL and particular matter (PM). The proposed device will significantly improve the current air monitoring instrumentation of protecting fire responders from hazard post-fire environment. Current multi-gas analyzers are not suitab ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  2. Low-Cost GaN Substrates

    SBC: Soraa            Topic: N/A

    Soraa will develop a cost-effective technique to manufacture high-quality, high-performance gallium nitride (GaN) crystal substrates that are better than today’s GaN crystal substrates, which are expensive and prone to defects. Soraa will also develop pathways to large-area GaN substrates that can handle power switch applications. Substrates are thin wafers of semiconducting material needed for ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  3. A vehicle mounted radar footprint trail detection system

    SBC: AKELA INC            Topic: HSB0141001

    Often illegal border crossing along the southern border takes place in unimproved areas not constantly monitored by Border Patrol agents or deployed sensors. Agents must rely on sign-cutting to detect traffic and start their pursuit. These signs can be difficult or impossible to detect from a moving platform with the unaided eye due to inclement weather, insufficient illumination and agent fatigue ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  4. X-ray Simulation Platform for Explosive Detection Equipment

    SBC: TRIPLE RING TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: HSB0141003

    Computer simulations have the potential to improve the development x-ray-based explosive detection equipment. Despite the number of available simulation tools, no existing tool meets the needs of the explosive detection community. This is due to (1) the flexibility required to model the range of objects, physical processes, and system geometries used in explosive detection, and (2) the usability ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  5. Wireless Physiological and Environmental Monitoring System

    SBC: Physical Optics Corporation            Topic: HSB0141004

    To address the DHS need for a single wireless device that will monitor physiological and environmental conditions of and surrounding a first responder, and relay the information to the incident command, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Wireless Physiological and Environmental Monitoring (WiPEM) system incorporating four major components: (1) an array of physiological sen ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  6. Intelligent Internet of Things Architecture to Improve First Responder Communications

    SBC: Ejenta, Inc.            Topic: HSB0141005

    Machine-to-machine communications (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are revolutionizing many industries and improving communications and operations, however adoption in public safety is still in its infancy. The emergence of first responder broadband networks introduces new ways to respond to incidents. Devices worn by first responders, or placed on victims during triage, can transmit voice ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  7. Portable High-Intensity X-Ray Source Based on a 10 MeV Superconducting Electron Linac

    SBC: Niowave, Inc.            Topic: HSB0141007

    In the post 9/11 security environment, rapid cargo inspection has become a high priority. Cargo scanning using either radiographic imaging or active interrogation for Special Nuclear Material (SNM) requires high energy and high intensity x-rays. High intensity x-ray sources are especially important for active interrogation techniques such as photo-fission, delayed neutron & gamma measurements, p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  8. Miniaturized High Energy X-ray Source for Mobile Non-Intrusive Inspection Systems

    SBC: RADIABEAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: HSB0141007

    Mobile Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) systems are advantageous as they can be deployed to where the greatest need exists, and they generally have small footprints, which is necessary in many locations. However the currently deployed mobile NII systems do not offer effective material discrimination, which is critical for shielded radiological/nuclear threat identification. This is because the curre ...

    SBIR Phase I 2014 Department of Homeland Security
  9. Vertical GaN transistors on bulk GaN substrates

    SBC: Avogy            Topic: 1

    In this abstract the development of vertical power transistors utilizing bulk GaN substrates with breakdown voltages of 1200V or higher, normally-off operation, and a drain current rating of 100A is proposed. These devices will feature vertical current flow, avalanche ruggedness, and a wide operating temperature range (-55 to 150°C). The target specific on-resistance for the transistor is 30x low ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of EnergyARPA-E
  10. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE OPTIMUM CLANDESTINE CURRENCY DETECTOR

    SBC: KWJ ENGINEERING INC            Topic: HSB0132001

    KWJ leverages its extensive experience to develop an automatic clandestine currency detection system (CCDS) for screening smuggled money in DHS real world applications. The ideal such system is equipped with probe (sampling, pre-concentration and detection), sensor array detection system or analytical instrument combination, analysis hardware and software, and communications components. The propos ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Homeland Security
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