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  1. Innovative Wall Penetration Munition

    SBC: MECHANICAL SOLUTIONS INC            Topic: A04010

    MSI has conceived a novel wall penetration and behind-wall-activated munition in lethal and nonlethal varieties. The U.S. Army currently does not possess a compact, man-portable weapon specifically designed to breach structure walls and deliver a submunition of choice (lethal or nonlethal) to an enemy that is sheltered within the building's interior. The proposed project develops such a weapon i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Armed Blood Services Program, Bloodborne Pathogen and Donor Deferral Early Warning System

    SBC: LISSOM INC            Topic: OSD04H16

    The Centers for Disease Control recently stated that continued vigilance is critical to protect the blood supply from known pathogens and to detect the emergence of new infectious agents. The Food and Drug Administration has also recently issued guidance on prudent steps to safeguard the U.S. blood supply from SARS. This proposal identifies the Research & System Design tasks resulting in the pro ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  3. Simultaneous EEG Acquisition and Portable Near Infrared Spectroscopy for Recognition of Traumatic Brain Injury Severity and Outcome Assessments in Far

    SBC: Electrical Geodesics, Inc.            Topic: OSD04H11

    The integration of NIRS measures with EEG could be a significant advance in rapid detection and continuous monitoring of cerebral dysfunction following traumatic brain injury. We have developed a dense sensor array EEG system that can be applied rapidly in a field environment. We have developed a prototype NIRS brain imaging system that can be integrated with the EEG system, in both sparse and d ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Highly Efficient, Power-Scalable Long-Wavelength Diode Laser Pumps for Eye-Safe Solid-State Laser Development

    SBC: Princeton Lightwave, Inc.            Topic: A04049

    For this SBIR program, Princeton Lightwave Inc. proposes the development of 1530 nm InGaAsP/InP laser diode pump arrays with powers in excess of 50 W from 1-cm bars with the potential for scalability to a two-dimensional bar stack format without limitation in the number of one-dimensional array elements. For use in pumping eye-safe Er:YAG solid state lasers (SSLs) emitting at ~1620-1640 nm, these ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. In-situ Smart Corrosion Sensors for Army Missile Systems

    SBC: Aginova Inc            Topic: A04164

    Early detection of corrosion and its severity can help control corrosion initiated failures in wheeled vehicles and aviation assets. Although preventive maintenance and periodic inspections are required to minimize cost of corrosion these routine inspections are limited to external areas and can be subjective. If it was possible to develop a low cost corrosion sensor that would be able to remotely ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. LIBS Sensitivity Enhancement by Microwave Plasma Spectroscopy

    SBC: ENVIMETRICS            Topic: A04057

    Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is a simple, rapid, real-time analytical technique based on the analysis of spectral emission from laser-induced micro plasmas. The Army is interested in deploying this technique in both a field portable instrument and on vehicular platforms (truck or plane) for remote sensing. Here we propose to enhance the sensitivity of LIBS by growing the LIBS micr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Crashworthy Ballistic Tolerant Fuel Tank Weight Reduction

    SBC: PRODUCTION PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING & SALES CO., INC.            Topic: A04091

    Production Products and the University of Delaware - Center for Composite Materials (UD-CCM) will develop a 200-gallon fuel tank design concept that will be 50% less parasitic weight than the current lowest weight crashworthy, ballistically tolerant, self-sealing (Type I) tank construction at 0.9 lb/ft2. This design will meet the requirements of MIL-DTS-27422C and withstand the threshold threat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Full Color, Flexible, Day/Nighttime Displays for Mobile Battle Command Environments

    SBC: UNIVERSAL DISPLAY CORPORATION            Topic: A04102

    The goal of this U.S. Army CERDEC SBIR Program is to design, develop, prototype, and demonstrate a full color, flexible, hands free Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) display to increase the operational capability of Commanders in day and nighttime conditions. Universal Display Corporation (UDC) is developing advanced organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology based on their proprietary high-eff ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Non-Intrusive Stress Measurement System for Small Turboshaft Engines

    SBC: HOOD TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION            Topic: A04083

    Hood Technology, along with its partner Williams International, propose to develop, test and supply a Non-Intrusive Stress Measurement System (NSMS) designed specifically for small turboshaft engines. This system will address the issues of these small engines at the sensor, acquisition and software levels, providing a non-proprietary, commercial-based NSMS system tailored for this class of powerp ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. Power Conversion Using Silicon Carbide

    SBC: Peregrine Power LLC            Topic: A04098

    Silicon carbide (SiC)semiconductors offer revolutionary improvements in power electronics due to much lower conduction and switching losses, higher switching frequencies, higher voltage capability, higher operating temperatures and other superior properties relative to standard silicon. Losses in a converter will be decreased by a factor of ten, frequency will be increased by a factor of ten and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of DefenseArmy
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