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SBC: SPECTRAL LABS INCORPORATED Topic: 20121003
The risk of an adversary mounting a Radiological or Nuclear (RAD/NUC) attack on the United States remains one of the greatest threats to our Nation. The Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) has identified an opportunity for exploiting rapidly emerging Smart Phone technology as one of many tools to counter this threat by giving Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) and Emergency Responders (ERs) supp ...SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Materials and Systems Research, Inc. Topic: 1
Sodium beta-alumina batteries are one of the most promising large-scale electrical energy storage technologies due to their high energy density and excellent cycling capability. Despite many advantages, the sodium batteries have several barriers for successful commercialization, mainly related to safety issues and high capital investment for installation. The current battery cells typically oper ...SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of EnergyARPA-E
SBC: Technology Systems Inc. Topic: HSB0111001
The ability to track small vessels is critical to national security, but not easily accomplished due to the sheer volume of craft and the range of environments which they operate within. The introduction of smart-phones with location, orientation, camera, and Internet capabilities is enabling collaborative applications that have strong locative potential. These devices are capable of acting as bas ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: HSB0111001
To address the DHS need for small vessel cooperative identification and tracking (SVCT) and non-cooperative vessel imaging and tracking (NVIT) technologies, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Multispectral Omnidirectional Small Vessel Identification Imaging and Tracking Camera (MOVIDITC) system. The proposed MOVIDITC system is based on a unique integration of POC`s demonst ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: HSB0111002
High-fidelity biomolecular analysis techniques, such as PCR, DNA sequencing, or ELISA, rely heavily on adequate sample preprocessing. To achieve maximum performance from these sensitive analytical techniques, the DHS needs novel methods for flowthrough systems that prepare and concentrate biological materials from environmental samples. Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a Multi ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Covia Labs, Inc. Topic: HSB0111003
In this Phase I proposal, Covia Labs proposes the development of a plan for a new standardized methodology and application framework to ensure that future 700MHz LTE infrastructure and handsets meet the necessary requirements for mission critical mobile voice. These requirements will be identified during discussions with regional public safety centers established to foster collaboration among the ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: HSB0111006
To address this HSARPA need, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Visor-Enhanced SCBA Transparent Armor (VESTA) lens, based on a transparent metallic-oxide material system, and serving as a drop-in replacement lens in current mask systems. VESTA possesses improved thermomechanical durability (compared to existing polycarbonate lenses) with 5x greater service temperatures and ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: CYBERNET SYSTEMS CORPORATION Topic: HSB0112003
Electronic devices used in criminal activity provide excellent evidence when examined, which is getting increasingly difficult as devices shrink and tools fall behind in capability. Law enforcement face an uphill battle to stay ahead of the latest technology changes since devices evolve so quickly. Central to all of these devices is the role of flash memory, which is the long-term storage availabl ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: SPECTRAL LABS INCORPORATED Topic: HSB0112004
US Government Agencies have recognized the need for checkpoint inspection technology at airports to deter the transporting of destructive weapons or illegal materials into or within the United States since the early 1970s. Since 9/11 the Government has been vigorously supporting development and deployment of ever improving policies and technologies to provide an ever-present, yet non invasive, saf ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: HSB0112006
To address the DHS need for intelligent symbology technologies, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop new Web-based Intelligent Symbology Extraction based on Context (WISEC) incorporating intelligent text stream processing (ITSP), an entity-attribute-value (EVA) model, and progressive automatic creation of symbology (PACS). The WISEC will offer intelligent symbology generation, upd ...SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of Homeland Security