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  1. System for Embedded ASW Training Using Artificial Intelligence (SEATRAIN)

    SBC: Boston Fusion Corp.            Topic: N202091

    To provide an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Assistant for P-8A acoustic operators and trainees, Boston Fusion Corp. proposes to demonstrate a System for Embedded ASW Training Using Artificial Intelligence (SEATRAIN). SEATRAIN integrates four core capabilities. First, SEATRAIN’s AI Assistant uses machine learning to coach trainees by showing how their assessments differ from its own assessments an ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. RAPID SPLINE SCANNING SYSTEM (RS3) FOR ACCURATE SPLINE INSPECTION

    SBC: UNITED PROTECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: N202093

    Corrosion, fretting, and wear poses a serious threat to Navy aircraft safety and functionality. Splines on the proprotor masts of the V-22 Osprey are plagued with these issues and the process for their inspection and repair is difficult and time consuming, taking hours and requiring removal of the proprotors. United Protective Technologies (UPT) will develop the Rapid Spline Scanning System ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. PX 3D-AI Micro-NDI Tool

    SBC: Photon-x, Inc.            Topic: N202093

    Photon-X’s goal is to solve the Navy’s Physical Measurement of Corrosion and Wear Damage on Splined Surfaces on V-22’s by utilizing innovative commercial 3D-AI NDI capabilities that identify and prioritize areas for repair and predict where future failures might arise. The company’s shape-based 3D-AI NDI technology platform has been developed over the past several years ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Multi-Physics Simulation Tool for Rapid Heat Damage Assessment of Polymer Composite Aircraft Structures

    SBC: Reaction Engineering International            Topic: N202094

    The goal of this effort is to estimate the residual strength of composites exposed to over- temperature events.  Proposed is a physics-based, multi-dimensional simulation software to quantify the system-level response of composites exposed to heating via thermal and structural modeling. A computational framework, jointly developed by Reaction Engineering and the University of Buffalo for over 15 ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. High Fidelity Heat Damage Simulation of Polymer Composite Structures

    SBC: Luna Innovations Incorporated            Topic: N202094

    Naval aircraft in operation face the risk of over-temperature incidents such as fires and high-temperature exhaust gas impingement. Protection of composite aircraft structures from excessive heat is important since the thermally damaged component could fail and result in a catastrophic accident. Existing simulation tools are not able to provide a reliable damage assessment of a large-scale structu ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  6. Novel Multi-Physics Based Simulation Tool for Rapid Heat Damage Assessment of Polymer Composite Aircraft Structures Resulting from Excessive Heat Expo

    SBC: NORDISCH LLC            Topic: N202094

    By deploying a systematic approach for coupling of different damage models, the project aim to develop predictive tools to describe damage accumulation in composites that are concurrently exposed to (i) infrequent ultrashort overheating, (ii) long-term isothermal aging and (3) and mechanical decay due to cyclic deformation. In view of the complexity of the mapping space, no model exists that can e ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  7. Rotorcraft Crash Sensor for Active Safety Systems and Mishap Dynamics Recording

    SBC: Diversified Technical Systems, Inc.            Topic: N202096

    Every year hard landings or crashes expose rotorcraft pilots and aircrew to potentially injurious dynamic forces. Current injury mitigation technologies have been designed based on data collected in a small number of full-scale controlled tests, component tests in laboratories, and insights gleaned from incident investigations. Thus, the current knowledge base is limited and partially relies on ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  8. Crash Safety Data Recorder

    SBC: SAFE INC            Topic: N202096

    The U.S. Navy (Navy) needs a device that can measure and record rotorcraft dynamics to support objectives for improving crash safety.  The recorded data will assist crash investigators to understand the sequence of events in a mishap.  Compiled data will support updates to standards that govern the design of aircraft structures and installed safety equipment for crash survival.  The same device ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Rotorcraft Crash Sensor for Active Safety Systems and Mishap Dynamics Recording System

    SBC: Paradigm Research and Engineering, LLC            Topic: N202096

    In Naval Aviation, outside of infrequent test events, no recordings of dynamics data during a mishap are made. The dynamic environments to which aircrew are being exposed to during mishaps are not known. Paradigm Research and Engineering proposed to design and develop a crash detection and data recording system, and to demonstrate feasibility of the proposed system.

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Voice Observation for Cross-Platform Communications Assessment and Learning Support (VOCCALS)

    SBC: Charles River Analytics, Inc.            Topic: N202098

    Cross-platform verbal communications are critical to complex Air Defense missions, where distributed Warfighters work collaboratively across multiple audio channels to build and maintain situational awareness and execute coordinated tactics in fast-paced operational settings. Although systems such as the Navy’s Next Generation Threat System (NGTS) capture and provide access to coordinated live a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of DefenseNavy
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