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  1. Software Incident Report Capture and Scripting

    SBC: ALTRON, INC.            Topic: N231029

    Complex Naval control systems go through numerous rounds of rigorous testing often spanning multiple years. As testers execute formalized assessments during these test events, issues arise, and the issues are documented in software problem reports (SPRs). Multiple factors may limit the ability of a tester to properly document issues for future replication or investigation, such as the rapid pace ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Digital Model-Centric Safety

    SBC: INSPIRD INC.            Topic: N231030

    We propose the development of a toolset for Digital Model-Centric Safety (DMCS). DMCS will be designed as a web-based and cloud-capable toolset. DMCS will provide intuitive graphical access to safety info and novel metrics for management. DMCS will seamlessly exchange data with Navy safety tools and support frameworks such as SysML and DoDAF. DMCS will comply with all DoD cybersecurity requirement ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) for Munition and Missile Safety

    SBC: PENTA RESEARCH INC            Topic: N231030

    The Penta-INTUITIVE team is undertaking a Phase 1 effort to create a digital model representing the safety process required to develop and deploy advanced Navy munitions using Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tools. The solution will provide a structure for integrating requirements and data of differing ontologies from multiple sources (e.g., DoD, DoN, and DoT). Through automation, this mode ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Underwater Antifouling Crawler

    SBC: BOSTON ENGINEERING CORPORATION            Topic: N231031

    NAVSEA 04, through the National Center for Manufacturing Services (NCMS), has issued a Phase III SBIR contract to Boston Engineering to advance a commercial above water hull vacuum-hold traversing technology (Vacuum Crawler) developed by International Climbing Machines (ICM). Boston Engineering is under contract to redesign a commercial robotic system with components appropriate for defense applic ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. DIGITAL ENGINEERING- Automated Cavitating Waterjet Cleaning Device

    SBC: ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N231031

    Advanced Technology and Research Corporation (ATR) proposes an autonomous robotic cleaning system for use on docked submarines or surface vessels.  The robotic cleaning is an approximately 250 lb hull-crawling robot with integrated cavitating waterjets and sensors for navigation and cleaning.  It autonomously navigates to an area of biofouling concern, senses the level of biofouling, and then cl ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Automated Cavitating Jet Cleaning System for Submarine Conformal Arrays

    SBC: MAINSTREAM ENGINEERING CORP            Topic: N231031

    The conformal arrays of a submarine hull are manually cleaned of biofouling with a diver wielding a cavitating jet wand.  The goal of the eliminating the diver, achieving full automation and higher throughput requires the development of four critical technologies: 1) sensor suite, 2) device tractoring, 3) device adhesion, and 4) cavitating jet control.  Our proposal addresses each of these.  Br ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Proposal N231 031 DD Cavitation Cleaner CaviBUG

    SBC: SEAROBOTICS CORPORATION            Topic: N231031

    The proposed system builds on SeaRobotics extensive experience developing hull cleaning and grooming systems to further develop and integrate novel subsystems to improve the maintenance of submarine hull structures and acoustic arrays as well as acoustic sensors on surface vessels. The system utilizes a multijet cavitation nozzle apparatus packaged with a novel negative pressure attachment and pro ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. N231-032- Launchable Buoyancy Glider Configurable for Varying Payloads

    SBC: GREAT LAKES SOUND & VIBRATION INC            Topic: N231032

    The US Navy is searching for a cost effective and novel solution for launchable mini-glider sensor platforms which can be of three standard size form factors. The Great Lakes Sound & Vibration, Inc. (GLSV) proposed glider will have the ability to be launched from the deck of various surface vessels and be able to survive a 48-hour service life in up to sea state 6 (SS 6) conditions. The GLSV glide ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. A-Size Buoyancy Glider for Persistent Oceanographic Data Collection

    SBC: GRADIENT MARINE            Topic: N231032

    Timely and cost-effective acquisition of environmental and oceanographic data is critical to the success of naval, commercial, and scientific operations in the ocean. The measurement of the sound speed profile (SSP) in the marine environment is required for calibration of naval sonar systems engaged in undersea warfare (USW) operations. Current systems for SSP acquisition, including expendable bat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Launchable Mini Glider for Variable Payloads

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N231032

    In response to N231-032, Launchable Mini Glider for Variable Payloads, Triton Ocean Systems will provide an open architecture subsea sensor platform based on Triton’s proven low-cost ocean tools: (1) the expendable subDART glider, (2) the LIMBIC inertial navigation system, (3) the openORB surface buoy, (4) the PBOF rotary actuator, (5) the BEM extreme-low-cost buoyancy engine module. Triton has ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
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