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  1. Enhanced Flight Simulator

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: N06T008

    Modern flight simulators utilize combinations of motion, visual stimulation, and occasionally tactile body stimulation. Despite advances in these fields, simulators remain limited in the amount and type of motion simulation they can impart to a pilot. Direct vestibular stimulation can generate continuous sensed motions, and therefore holds promise for improving flight simulators by incorporating ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Development of a Neuronal Co-Culture Bioactive Compound Sensor with Digital Stimulation and Recording Capacity

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A06T013

    Infoscitex Corporation and the University of Massachusetts Lowell will investigate the physiology of interactions of important cortical regions by culturing murine associative and motor neurons within physically-separated culture environments in a single culture dish, connected only via axons elaborating from the associative neurons. The entire culture dish will be mounted on previously-validated ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Electroactive Polymer Based Strategically Tuned Absolutely Resilient Structures (STARS)

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A05155

    There is a need for a new generation of aerodynamic structures that have greater flight envelope capabilities with significantly better efficiency and damage recovery characteristics but yet are still cost effective to manufacture. Several attempts have been made to make more revolutionary advances in aerodynamic structures in the last decade. Significant funding has been made available through DA ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Multi-Functional, Light-Cured, Anti-Tamper Coating

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: OSD05A09

    The DoD has identified the need for advanced Anti-Tamper (AT) technologies to protect critical U.S. technologies from exploitation via reverse engineering. Current anti-tamper coating techniques commonly involve the use of flame-sprayed ceramic coatings for electronic components, which can cause thermal damage to underlying circuitry during application at elevated temperature. Infoscitex (IST) p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Microbial Detectors of Explosives

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A06T025

    The presence of residual explosive materials in areas previously used as ranges by the US military presents a significant safety and environmental health hazard. Current methods of detecting explosives in soils require extensive soil and/or water sampling and analysis using portable laboratories. These impose significant cost and time burdens during the site remediation process. In this Phase I ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Reduced Toxicity Liquid Fuel for Gel Bi-Propulsion Systems

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A05134

    Rocket propulsion systems are used by many branches throughout the Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Current thrusts within the United States Army have led to increased interests in the use of gel bi-propulsion systems due to the performance, safety, and logistical advantages they present over liquid and solid propellant systems. In this Phase I SBIR pr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Multifunctional Erosion Resistant Coatings with Controlled Nanostructure for Turbine Engine Compressor Components

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A06082

    Sand ingestion into aircraft turbine engines can cause severe erosion of turbine compressor components. This erosive blade wear will reduce engine efficiency. Repair/replacement of these blades is costly, both in terms of down time and labor and materials cost. Infoscitex proposes to develop and deposit functionally gradient coatings by precisely controlling material nanostructure and component r ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Wearable Electronic Network Made from Discrete Parts

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A06176

    From a military standpoint, the ubiquitous incorporation of electronics as standard issue equipment for modern war fighters will undoubtedly increase exponentially in the near future. Information will need to be gathered, coalesced, and rapidly presented to the soldier in order to establish and maintain a decisive tactical advantage. In order to accomplish this in an efficient manner, Infoscitex ( ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Microfabricated Biomimetic Artificial Gill System (MBAGS)

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: A05T020

    Military operations in underwater and high altitude environments impose significant restrictions on the warfighter's ability to meet operational objectives. An advanced breathing apparatus that mimics the efficiency, simplicity, and durability of the gill-swim bladder found in fish could greatly improve human maneuverability and sustainability in both aquatic and high altitude settings. In this ...

    STTR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Wear Resistant Coatings for Aluminum and Titanium Alloy Housings and Flanges

    SBC: Infoscitex Corporation            Topic: AF06096

    The use of Standing Take-Off Vertical Landing (STOVL) is a key attribute of the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). While the LiftFan technology to be used on the JSF will provide significant weight savings, excess weight still exists on the JSF. To alleviate this issue, heavy alloy metals (such as stainless steel) are being targeted for replacement with lower density alloys (such as aluminum and titani ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseAir Force
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