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SBC: SECURBORATION, INC. Topic: OSD11T03
Modern processor design is trending increasingly toward multicore architectures. This is problematic for programmers because writing a correct parallel program is known to be difficult compared to writing the equivalent sequential program. Additionally, a wide body of sequential code has already been developed that cannot exploit the power offered by these new cores because it was written in a s ...STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Intelligent Automation, Inc. Topic: AF11BT15
ABSTRACT: The damage and loss caused by attacks and security breaches have drawn attentions to develop secure and reliable systems for embedded systems. Compared to their desktop counterparts, embedded devices are facing more security challenges, such as the more possible physical access to a target device and more constrained computing environment (e.g., limited RAM and CPU power). Together, the ...STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: MODUS OPERANDI INC Topic: AF11BT30
ABSTRACT: We propose to develop an assured information sharing framework for cloud-based systems that leverages our ongoing work in the areas of policy-based usage management and semantic interoperability. The development of this framework will involve the creation of a novel approach to information sharing that treats security as a commodity that can be dynamically provisioned within the cloud, ...STTR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: TConneX Inc. Topic: DHP16C001
Thegoal is to develop asoftwaretool that implementsa novelapproach applicableto fitgeneral pharmacologic, toxicology, or other biomedical data, that mayexhibita non-monotonic dose-responserelationship for which thecurrent parametricmodels fail. Thesoftwareexplores dose-responserelationships using both monotonicand non-monotonicmodels,and estimates theassociated doseresponsecurves,which can further ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: IRFLEX CORP Topic: AF18BT015
Current continuous wave (CW) and pulse mid-wave infrared (MWIR) lasers have design and performance limitations that constrain their usability in some critical Air Force applications. There is an important need to create a new class of MWIR laser sources with less drawbacks and higher pulse energies and CW powers. The proposed work will demonstrate the technical feasibility of an innovative MWIR la ...STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: SPECTRAL ENERGIES LLC Topic: AF17AT016
The objective of the proposed Phase-II effort by Spectral Energies LLC is to design and develop a fiber-coupled hyperspectral thermal LWIR imaging sensor suite to provide reliable, accurate 2D surface temperature measurements with high flexibility in practical gas turbine engines and propulsion systems. During the phase-II efforts, our team will work with fiber manufacture on custom designing of a ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: Design Interactive, Inc Topic: AF17AT009
Training can now be delivered on a large scale through emerging platforms, but training must be engaging to be effectively utilized. Key to providing training that makes a difference in the field is an understanding of how to induce high levels of engagement during learning and the ability to objectively assess engagement in real-time so that interventions can be tailored during training to optimi ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: SWITCHBOX INC Topic: DHA18B001
Most standard-of-care tools and techniques for evaluating neck disorders are subjective, unreliable, and do not provide actionable information for providers, payers, and organizations to deliver efficient and effective care. This lack of objective neck heSTTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Roccor, LLC Topic: AF17AT019
Over the past 2 years, Roccor has successfully qualified and delivered High Strain Composite (HSC) products for space-flight customers including, 1) RF-Furlable boom, 2) a furlable-antenna system; and is currently qualifying HSC products for space-flight customers including 3) an FCC certified deorbit device, and 4) a solar array deployment system. Three of these missions will be launched in 2018. ...STTR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseAir Force
SBC: SIGNAL SOLUTIONS, LLC Topic: AF18BT013
Adiabatic logic-based energy-conserving circuits have potential to significantly improve energy efficiency. Adiabatic circuits recycle charge stored in load capacitance resulting in lower power dissipation as compared to conventional CMOS. However, these circuits have only targeted low-frequency operations. Research is needed to develop adiabatic logic circuits for high performance applications wi ...STTR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseAir Force