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Flexible, High-Frequency, High-Durability, and Multifunctional Sensor FilmSBC: NEWPORT SENSORS INC Topic: 18OATS001
DHS has an unmet need for measuring ultra-high-intensity, near-field blast overpressure caused by internal blast within a commercial aircraft explosive threat environment in order to facilitate characterization of blast effects to commercial aircraft structures.The goal of this DHS SBIR OATS project is to deliver advanced thin, flexible, conformable, multi-sensing-point film sensor technology for ...SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of Homeland Security
Botnet Detection and MitigationSBC: SONALYSTS INC Topic: HSB061008
This Phase II effort will develop a functional prototype of DMnet, a distributed botnet detection and mitigation system. Our Team will develop and integrate state-of-the-art research in ontology, data fusion, data mining, and data warehousing into DMnet nodes. These nodes will be distributed throughout a network and will work together in a trusted grid to provide increased cyber awareness for botn ...SBIR Phase II 2007 Department of Homeland Security
Less-Lethal Eye Safe Handheld LED-Based Incapacitator for Law EnforcementSBC: INTELLIGENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS INC Topic: HSB051005
Intelligent Optical Systems (IOS) has developed and demonstrated a prototype dazzler that utilizes an array of super-bright Light Emitting Diode (LED) clusters to produce disorientation and strong flashblindness with afterimages. In this project, IOS proposes to develop a significantly improved device that can operate at distances up to 50 feet at the maximum permissible eye-safe level. Two new in ...SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of Homeland Security