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  1. Information-based Norms on Flow, Operations and Traffic Over Networks (INFOTON)

    SBC: ISEA TEK, LLC            Topic: N18AT027

    The Internet of Things (IoT) connects people, data, and "things" (e.g., software, sensors, platforms), facilitating the translation of information into actions. Although naval platforms’ networks and communication suites have evolved significantly in the past few years to support such required connectivity, one of the greatest technical challenges still facing the military community is the proce ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. MEDUSAE: Tactically Relevant Jellyfish-Inspired Profiling Floats PH II

    SBC: BOSTON ENGINEERING CORPORATION            Topic: N18AT025

    With MEDUSAE, our world class team proposes to leverage our extensive experience, existing technology, and a unique approach to lightweight, long lasting, self-recharging jellyfish-inspired floats to fill an oceanographic sensing capability gap for the Navy. Our experience in bio-inspired robot (including jellyfish), nonconventional actuation, and energy harvesting development promises to provide ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Ocean Surface Vector Winds (OSVW)

    SBC: ATMOSPHERIC & SPACE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH ASSOCIATES LLC            Topic: N16BT026

    Ocean surface winds are critically important in naval operations. They may aid, hinder, or negate maneuvers and operations, and are a primary consideration in routing ships. Continuous and reliable information on favorable and unfavorable sea state is critical for a broad range of naval missions, including strategic ship movement and positioning, aircraft carrier operations, aircraft deployment, e ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Additive Manufacturing for Li-Ion Batteries (Phase II)

    SBC: PHYSICAL SCIENCES INC.            Topic: N18AT008

    Physical Sciences Inc. (PSI) will construct and demonstrate Li-ion cells for Naval Aviation applications using solvent free additive manufacturing techniques. Lithium-ion batteries simultaneously offering high energy and power density will be demonstrated using novel solvent-free electrode feedstocks. PSI will work with the Complex Fluids Lab (CFL) at the University of Connecticut to optimize the ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Additive Manufacturing for Naval Aviation Battery Applications

    SBC: TEXAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE , AUSTIN, INC.            Topic: N18AT008

    Texas Research Austin (TRI-Austin) will continue to partner with the University of Texas, Austin, to use additive manufacturing for fabricating and optimizing the lithium ion and electroactive metal electrode systems for which the team established proof of concept in the Phase I base period. The Aerosol Deposition Method (ADM) is a broadly applicable additive manufacturing technology that has been ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. High Throughput Testing of Additive Manufacturing

    SBC: MRL MATERIALS RESOURCES LLC            Topic: N18AT028

    Additive manufacturing is a disruptive new manufacturing paradigm that hold tremendous potential for creation of novel designs and introduction of novel new alloy systems. However, much of this potential remains unrealized due to a lack of robust material properties databases. Accurate calibration of materials models and robust part qualification and certification regimes both will require massive ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Hybrid Ceramic Matrix Composite/Polymer Matrix Composite (CMC-PMC) Skin Materials

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N18AT024

    Triton Systems, Inc. proposes to develop an affordable, lightweight and durable hybrid composite system for next generation structural frame composites that will survive both short- and long-term thermal and chemical exposure and abrasive conditions. The team will develop a hybrid materials system that is an improvement on traditional carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) systems in performance a ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Intelligence and Intuition for Enhanced Decision Making (I2EDM)

    SBC: MODUS OPERANDI, INC.            Topic: N13AT024

    The focus of our Intelligence and Intuition for Enhanced Decision Making (I2EDM) Phase 1 research is to provide efficient and timely automated production and dissemination of information products in support of doctrinal Decision Points for the Company and below in austere environments. Operating in the Cloud, I2EDM will continuously fuse tactical information with human intuition and experience to ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. A Rugged and Miniaturized Optical Coagulation Monitor

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N10AT043

    A team consisting of Spectral Sciences Inc., Boston University, Boston University Medical School, Radcliffe Consulting and Brighton Consulting will collaborate to develop and validate a novel optical device for the monitoring and evaluation of blood coagulation. In this proposal we describe a novel optical blood coagulation monitoring instrument. The instrument has no moving parts, uses very small ...

    STTR Phase I 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. A Rapid Optical Approach to Quantitative Composite Bond Quality Assessment

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N13AT011

    Composite materials are widely used in aircraft to reduce weight and cost, improve structural performance, and boost fuel efficiency. However, composites are susceptible to adhesive bond quality issues, including kissing bonds which may occur because of initial fabrication or service related issues. Detection of such weakened bonds requires an easily used detection approach to routinely monitor co ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseNavy
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