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  1. Generation and amplification of gravitational waves for military communications

    SBC: SLS, LLC            Topic: ST13A003

    We propose a gravitational-radiation military communications system which is based on quantum-mechanical parametric amplifiers, oscillators, and transducers. In the transmitter at a remote site A, a parametric amplifier using a Planck-mass-scale, moving s

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  2. Fully Integrated Light Therapy-Based Wound Dressings for Wound Healing Applications

    SBC: LYNNTECH INC.            Topic: DHP15B002

    Between Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation New Dawn, the total number of U.S. Casualties (those Wounded in Action) has exceeded 52,000 as of January 30, 2015. These numbers point to the fact that active warfighters in the battlefield are almost constantly exposed to the threat of external penetrating wounds. The goal of combat wound care is to protect open wounds u ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. Forecasting Dynamic Group Behavior in Social Media

    SBC: Perceptronics Solutions, Inc.            Topic: ST12B002

    This proposal is to develop a new system for Recognition of Communities and Heterogeneous Analysis of Group Interactions and Dynamics (RC-HAGID) for Social Media Forecasting. Social media enables individuals and groups to quickly coordinate, recruit and direct people to take action in support of a particular objective. This includes terrorist groups and criminal organizations. Accordingly, for ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  4. First Principles Selection of Social Media Visualizations

    SBC: INFERLINK CORPORATION            Topic: ST12A004

    As the importance of social networks skyrockets, so does the need to understand human behavior in these forums. While statistical analyses can help to some extent, many types of patterns are simply not visible by looking at raw numbers. However, many of these patterns do emerge in visualizations, and the innate human ability to see these patterns in graphical depictions represents a valuable oppo ...

    STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  5. Dynamic Multisensor Exploitation (DYME)

    SBC: Technology Service Corporation            Topic: ST081008

    The challenges faced by airborne and ground-based sensors in detecting, classifying, identifying, associating and tracking difficult moving targets, such as insurgent forces, operating in difficult terrain such as mountains and forests will be addressed. Our team will quantify the performance that can be achieved using multi-sensor, multi-spectral, and multi-platform techniques, where the sensors ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  6. Development of powder bed printing (3DP) for rapid and flexible fabrication of energetic material payloads and munitions

    SBC: MAKEL ENGINEERING, INC.            Topic: DTRA16A001

    This program will demonstrate how additive manufacturing technologies can be used with reactive and high energy materials to create rapid and flexible fabrication of payload and munitions. Our primary approach to this problem will be to use powder bed binder printing techniques to print reactive structures. The anticipated feedstock will consist of composite particles containing all reactant spe ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
  7. Data Driven Intent Recognition Framework

    SBC: OTHER LAB, INC.            Topic: NSF13599

    A critical aspect of exoskeleton control that has to date introduced a performance limitation is the ability of the exoskeleton to recognize the intent of the operator so it can apply assistance to their desired motion. This intent recognition effort is typically solved using ad-hoc methods where subject matter experts make design decisions and tune transitions to identify intended maneuvers as re ...

    STTR Phase II 2016 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  8. Compact Integrated Silicon Nitride Microresonator Accelerometer

    SBC: APPLIED OPTRONICS CORP            Topic: ST13A002

    To solve the DARPA need for high-performance MEMS-based optomechanical accelerometers, Applied Optronics proposes to develop a Compact Integrated Silicon Nitride Microresonator Accelerometer (OPTIMA), which is based on a combination of a high-Q silicon ni

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  9. Automated Video Activity Analysis for Military Operations

    SBC: MAYACHITRA, INC.            Topic: ST081010

    The increasing use of video in force protection, autonomous vehicles reconnaissance, and surveillance in general has created a great demand for automated analysis and monitoring. It is infeasible to have humans monitoring and analyzing the vast amount of video used in such surveillance, and automated analysis yields hope to ease the burden and increase the amount of information extracted from col ...

    STTR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  10. Automated Assembly of Deformable Digital Composite Airframes

    SBC: OTHER LAB, INC.            Topic: ST13A006

    Carbon fiber reinforced polymer composite materials are light and strong, however the development of composite aerostructures has been expensive and slow. Custom tooling is required for each part produced, significant capital investment is required to win

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
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