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SBC: LSA Topic: N/A
There are currently no fire warning systems in use at ammunition storage areas. This is due to the lack of a detection and warning system that is capable of operation in large areas where there are multiple background sources. Early detection and suppression of fires in hazardous areas can save lives as well as millions of dollars in lost weapons and ammunition. We propose a fire-detection and ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: KESTREL CORP Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Health and Human Services
SBC: Autometric Inc. Topic: N/A
Controlling millimeter radio frequency waves with optical signals is a requirement for military communications and radar systems. The advances in the past decade have led to photonic sensors and switches that utilize light beams interacting with RF devices. New capabilities extending to higher frequencies and working over multiple frequency bands are possible using a combination of nonlinear op ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: North Star Research Corp. Topic: N/A
We propose, in Phase I and Phase II, to build an X-ray simulator capable of easy transportation between sites which can be built for a low cost (SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: ENSCO Inc Topic: N/A
Acoustic signals provide characteristic information about vehicles. However, those characteristics vary with engine speed, load, range, gearing, and acoustic environment. The complexity of these variations makes standard parametric classifiers either excessively tedious to construct or unreliable under off-nominal conditions. A new method of classifier construction, Generalized Potential Functi ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: VOSS SCIENTIFIC LLC Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1996 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: ZIMMERMAN ASSOC., INC. Topic: N/A
The main thrust of this proposed effort is to design, develop, and fabricate a low cost, producible, robust and rugged, one pixel, range-only laser radar (Ladar) fuze sensor sufficient to support the safe and reliable delivery of a ballistic round against an intended target. A CW/FW waveform is planned for use to amplitude modulate the laser diode transmitter. The returned optical energy will be ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: ZIMMERMAN ASSOC., INC. Topic: N/A
Current production ladar system and components involve coherent optical system using pulse waveform. "bile demonstrating impressive accuracy and resolution, the system are coupler, difficult to manufacture, and thereby erpensive. An alternative approach is being investigated for short range system which uses an FM/CW waveform for ranging with incoherent light detection. This approach should prod ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
SBC: SYNETICS, INC. Topic: N/A
Developing a set of tools that is automated, integrated, and compliant with the deired goals of this SBIR is not a simple task. If a coordinated approach is not taken from the start, then a hodgepodge of tools and capabilities for a hodgepodge of environments wil be developed with unwanted outcome of falling short of the desired goals. Therefore, SYNETICS proposes to establish a CASE-like enviro ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseOffice of the Secretary of Defense
SBC: Information Systems Laboratories, Inc. Topic: N/A
The makeup and location of hostile forces can be identified for battlefield surveillance or target acquisition by deploying a network of autonomous acoustic sensors. Each sensor would listen for acoustic emissions from ground vehicle traffic. Such emissions would then be analyzed by pattern recognition algorithms to determine the presence of acoustic signatures characteristic of potentially host ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of DefenseArmy