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Unmanned Autonomous Vehicle Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Payload Interface Master Module, PIMMSBC: VIPMobile, Inc. Topic: SOCOM05005
Significant advances have been made in sensor development, unmanned air platforms, and electronics system performance. However SOF tactical teams often do not receive near real time imagery intelligence and other sensor data relating to their area of operations. The objective of this project is to design and prove the feasibility of building a light weight, rugged, and low cost payload interface ...SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: SOCOM05009
To address the U.S. SOCOM need for a particle sensor and monitoring/warning system to be integrated into aircraft engine air inlets and air intakes to environmental control systems (ECSs), Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Digital Electronic Scanning Holographic (DESH) particle sensor. The proposed DESH sensor is based on real-time digital holography (electronic holograp ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
Real-Time Optical Sensor for Particle Size and Concentration Monitoring at Aircraft Engine Air InletsSBC: PROCESS METRIX Topic: SOCOM05009
Engine inlets have been designed with Air Particle Separators (APS) for some military aircraft applications that are subject to severe sand environments. However, these inertial particle separators have limited efficiency on the order of 90% for particles greater than 100 microns, decreasing to 75% removal for particles in the size range of 20-100 microns, with collections efficiencies decreasing ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: AEROVIRONMENT, INC. Topic: SOCOM05011
Special operation forces utilize C-130 aircraft that often operate in night/adverse weather, low-level, deep-penetration missions in contested or hostile environments. These low altitude missions result in higher risks to the crew and aircraft. AeroVironment proposes to leverage their current packaged and air-launched unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developments to design a self-contained, packaged ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: NETWORKFAB CORP. Topic: SOCOM05008
In today's tactical areas of operation, signal threat detection is one of the integral aspects of the SOF mission. In nearly all regions where SOF operations take place, there is a need for the ability to detect enemy communications (known and unknown) and DF on their locations. Additionally, SOF units have a critical need for short range tactical communications to stay in contact with other uni ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: STREAMLINE AUTOMATION LLC Topic: SOCOM05010
There is an acute need for a networked chemical sensor that is inexpensive enough to allow it to be treated as a disposable item - deployed and left in-place until the end of its useful life, or until operations move out of communications range. Electrochemical microarray sensors can be fabricated at low enough unit cost to make the development of a disposable sensor node feasible. These sensors ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: KUMETRIX, INC. Topic: CBD06104
Rapid detection and identification of chemical warfare nerve agents (CWNAs) are critical to the screening and subsequent treatment of exposed warfighters. Inhibition of cholinesterase activity is insufficient as a marker of exposure to CWNAs, in that it can give misleading results and does not distinguish CWNAs from commonly employed pesticides. This proposal presents a revolutionary field-porta ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
SBC: SOUTH BAY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CORP. Topic: CBD06103
The objective of the program is to demonstrate novel methods for achieving significant improvement in sensitivity of the active standoff chemical sensor operating in the 3-5 m and 10 m bands. Emphasis will be placed on photon detection improvement including reduction of background radiation and preamplifier noise reduction. Detector arrays will be studied for threat mapping applications. Tra ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
Materials Research for the Development of Agent Standard Reference Materials and Analytical Test ApparatusSBC: DAKOTA ANALYTICAL SOLUTIONS Topic: CBD06106
Development and production of semi-permeable and permselective polymer membranes can fill a critical need for standard reference materials for AVLAG, CBART, and IPE acquisition programs. Optimizing the permselectivity of tri-block copolymers to specific chemical agents, non-traditional agents, and toxic industrial chemicals and materials will result in the formation of suitable and affordable ref ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
SBC: QUANTUM INTELLIGENCE, INC. Topic: CBD06107
This proposal aims at solving for a “Computer-Assisted Strain Construction and Development Engineering (CASCADE)” (SBIR CBD06-107). Our approach is to integrate BioSpice (a DOD product) and our statistical model developed by Quantum Intelligence together with publicly available data to develop a system for discovering the predictive relations between genomic fingerprints of an organism and it ...SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense