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  1. Partner Force Identification Friend or Foe

    SBC: ATTOLLO ENGINEERING, LLC            Topic: SOCOM183004

    Attollo and Team will design and develop a compact, covert, non-mechanical quad-band beacon for identifying friendly forces. The proposed solution includes a mid wavelength infrared (MWIR) beacon detectable by typical targeting pod cameras like LITENING Pod beyond an 8 nmi slant range. The key technology in this system includes innovative packaging of an advanced, low-cost Quantum Cascade Laser (Q ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  2. Nanosatellite Payloads for Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

    SBC: Space Micro Inc.            Topic: SOCOM193001

    Space Micro will develop an innovative payload that can be hosted onboard a nanosatellite/ CubeSat bus, for the advancement of USSOCOM capabilities in rapid intelligence collection, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR). This R&D will improve and enhance capabilities in intelligence collection, surveillance, and reconnaissance from new spaceborne platforms.

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  3. Nanosatellite Payloads for Tactical Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance

    SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC            Topic: SOCOM193001

    CubeSats offer substantial reductions in operation and launch costs, while reducing time between request and employment of the capability. To address the USSOCOM needs, SA Photonics proposes an Infra-red Multispectral Imager for CubeSats (IMICS). IMICS collects diffraction-limited hyperspectral earth imagery, allowing identification of personnel, operating vessels / vehicles, structures and terrai ...

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  4. Cost-effective, portable and automated platform for microplastics characterization

    SBC: LUCENDI INC            Topic: 19NCER1A

    An estimated 75% of litter along the shoreline globally is made of plastic. Plastic particles and debris find their way into oceans, rivers, lakes, sediment, and eventually into our bodies. Over 90% of the plastic contamination in the open ocean is attributed to microplastic particles (MP) - i.e. plastic objects with diameter

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. Radiation Contamination Visualization and Mapping (RaCOM) System

    SBC: Physical Optics Corporation            Topic: 19NCER4A

    To address the EPA's need for 3D mapping and radiation data fusion technologies, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Radiation Contamination Visualization and Mapping (RaCOM) System. Key advantages of RaCOM include mapping and visualization of radiation contamination to enable planning of cleanup operations while minimizing exposure to crew and equipment. End users include ...

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Melt Recyclable Polymer Concrete Using Recovered Concrete Aggregate and Unique Thermosetting Thermoplastic Polycarbonate

    SBC: INSTRUMENTAL POLYMER TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: 19NCER5A

    This project will develop a new type of polymer concrete using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) and a proprietarysustainable and biodegradable thermosetting thermoplastic polycarbonate that has the performance properties ofcurrent polymer concrete, but can be melt processed and recycled like asphalt. Consequently it will be morepractical than current polymer concrete in large scale applications l ...

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. Synthesis of High Oleate Blends and Lactate from Waste and Surplus Vegetable Oils

    SBC: Catapower Inc.            Topic: 19NCER5A

    Executive Summary. This project will develop an economical process to convert vegetable oil waste and surplus to lactate salts and oleate-enriched fatty acid blends. The former is an emerging class of antimicrobial agents that is displacing chlorine, bleach, and ammonia from our food supply. The latter are used in biofuels and personal care products. We use a proprietary catalyst that selectively ...

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Interference Rejection of Strong Signals Within Wideband Communication Receivers

    SBC: Space Micro Inc.            Topic: SOCOM183002

    During Phase I Space Micro successfully demonstrated, on a commercial SDR evaluation board, a Spectrum Aware Wideband Interference Rejector (SA-WIR) that nullifies undesired intermodulation distortion caused by strong in-band interferers over the whole HF (2-30MHz) band. Our SA-WIR module is highly reconfigurable and can be programmed in real-time via software for different waveforms, bandwidths a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  9. Black Carbon and UV Particulate Matter, Multi-gas, Multi-pollutant Sensor Platform

    SBC: MICROAETH CORPORATION            Topic: 19NCERP2

    As wildfires are increasing in prevalence and intensity there is a need for miniaturized, lower cost, and easily portable air sensor systems that provide accurate information to air quality and public health managers, communities, and researchers, so that the public can be protected and timely decisions can be made. Fixed site measurement stations are large and expensive. More dense networks of sm ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. Rapid Field Trace Detection of Perfluoroalkyl Substance in Water

    SBC: 2W ITech LLC            Topic: 19NCERP2

    Due to increasing concerns over the long-term health effects of PFOS and PFAS on the human body, regulatory agencies have set limits for the concentrations ofPFOS and PFAS in drinking water.Currently, lab-based PFOA and PFOS water tests cost $200-$300 per sample, with a turnaround time of 2-3 weeks.In the program, 2W iTech LLC Proposes to develop a low-cost fieldable sensing technology for detecti ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
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