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SBC: ATTOLLO ENGINEERING, LLC Topic: A15AT001
As the warfighter is increasingly using more highly integrated instruments, e.g. a laser rangefinder (LRF) combined with a laser designator and an imager, the need to decrease the size of these components becomes more important. Compact small munition applications of rangefinders particularly place an emphasis on size of the optical front end. In order to make the transceiver more compact, speci ...STTR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseArmy
Advanced Robotic Detection of Chemical Agents, Toxic Industrial Gases, and IEDs for Force Health Protection.SBC: IONFINITY, LLC Topic: A06T029
We propose to develop a novel chemical agent sensor through a joint collaborative effort between IonFinity, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Imaginative Technologies. This chemical sensor consists of 1) a new and powerful detector called a Differential Mobility Spectrometer which has been developed at Imaginative Technologies by team member Dr. Gary Eiceman, and 2) a novel “soft-ionization” ...STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
Advanced Robotic Detection of Chemical/Biological Agents, Toxic Industrial Gases, and IEDs for Force Health Protection.SBC: Energid Technologies Corporation Topic: A06T029
The recent rise in asymmetric warfare and terrorism has brought about an increased threat from biological and chemical weapons. Their potential lethality and their indiscriminate nature make them natural choices for use as a terror weapon. Quick, reliable, and safe detection of these agents is imperative. The Energid team proposes a novel teleoperated robotic system for the rapid detection of ch ...STTR Phase I 2006 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: FOSTER-MILLER, INC. Topic: A04T019
The dependency of United States military forward units on logistic fuels, such as JP-8, presents significant tactical and strategic disadvantages, as fuel shortages in times of heightened mission-criticality greatly burden operations. Reducing the logistic fuel dependency gap during these periods would result in marked tactical advantages for American forces. In this Phase I Small Business Techn ...STTR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: LFK Technology Corp. Topic: A11aT024
Active standoff detection of chemical and biological agents with lasers has proven to be very effective. Specific targets include chemical vapors, chemical aerosols, and biological particles. Most notably, the FAL (Frequency Agile Laser) sensor developed by ECBC (Edgewood Chemical Biological Center) has shown capability to detect all of these targets with a single device. Also, optical technique ...STTR Phase I 2011 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: BIOSTAR WEST Topic: A08T032
This Phase I STTR project will develop an innovative aerosol-based decontamination product effective against common nosocomial organisms. Nosocomial transmission of multi-drug-resistant microorganisms is an increasing concern at military and civilian healthcare facilities. The proposed project focuses on the development of an easily dispersed, nontoxic product capable of providing the rapid decont ...STTR Phase I 2008 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: N/A
Triton Systems, Inc. and the University of California, Santa Barbara are developing a low-cost, hybrid composite technology which combines the high temperature corrosion resistance of ceramic matrix composite surfaces with the high strength, high thermalconductivity, machinability and weldability of a metal matrix composite. These highly integrated metal-ceramic matrix composite (MCMCÂ¿) structu ...STTR Phase I 2002 Department of DefenseArmy
Algorithms for Image Content Indexing and Information Retrieval from Unstructured or Semi-structured Complex DatabaseSBC: Isca Technologies, Inc. Topic: A07T008
Humans take for granted their extraordinary visual abilities, however efforts to give such abilities to computers have meet with limited success thus far. Objects may be difficult for a computer to recognize/index because they are partly occluded, viewed from an unusual angle, because they blend into the background due to low contrast (or camouflage), or more generally because the best features (c ...STTR Phase I 2007 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: STORAGENERGY TECHNOLOGIES INC Topic: A21CT011
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project aims to leverage the recent advancement of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) to enable a compact and portable fuel cell system with a system-level volumetric power density of 3000W/L, which can serve as the lightweight power source for US Army. Storagenergy Technologies, Inc. (Storagenergy) proposes a compact SOFC system for portable power source ...STTR Phase I 2022 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: A18BT022
The U.S. Army routinely deploys personnel in malaria-endemic regions as part of normal operations. Preventative measures to malaria infection include a highly-effective daily oral prophylactic antibiotic which is provided to personnel prior to deployment. However, due to side effects including nausea and photosensitivity coupled with organizational culture, poor adherence to the prescribed regimen ...STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseArmy