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Enhancing Augmentative and Alternative Communication Speed and AccuracySBC: Speak Agent, Inc. Topic: edIES15R0008
Video Demonstration of the Phase I Prototype: http://youtu.be/0FtoN0AX6PE Purpose: This project team will develop and test an app, Speak Agent AAC, intended to increase communication rates and provide individualized supports to students with speech disabilities who use assistive technology to communicate. Among school-aged children with speech communication disabilities, students with Autism Spec ...SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Education
Autonomous Sensing and Deciding Framework ProcessorSBC: User Systems, Incorporated Topic: OSD12LD1
User Systems, Inc (USI) is developing the Unusual Activity or Inactivity Detector (UAID) to automatically search a time series of SAR imagery of a given location to find areas of interest. Changes between consecutive image pairs and movers in the scene arSBIR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
CREACT: Advanced Network Security Metrics for Cyber REsilience and Asset CriTicality Measurement in Mission SuccessSBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: OSD12IA3
Cyber assets usually support missions with different priorities, and the objective and systematic measurement of their resilience and criticality may play a major role in mission success. One basic requirement for achieving mission success and mitigating the adverse impact of advanced threats is to measure the defense and resilience effectiveness of individual and collective cyber assets. Therefor ...SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
Safe Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles for Installations SAUVISBC: Robotic Research LLC Topic: OSD141AU5
Distributed visual surveillance has a major role in the future of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs). Distributed visual surveillance refers to the use of cameras networked over a wide area to continually collect and process sensor data to recognize and classify objects in the environment. Analyzed data will inform unmanned decision-making and fleet management to optimize a transportation system. ...SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense