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SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: SOCOM10006
This system will provide smaller, higher power efficiency and lighter than current weather sensors. The system will weight no more than 90 grams and be able to measure temperature, dew point, pressure altitude, barometric pressure, density altitude, wind velocity, wind direction, cloud height, and visibility. The system will be as accurate as current larger fielded systems but packaged small enoug ...SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: Silvus Technologies, Inc. Topic: AF093034
The continued growth in the number of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) platforms, such as unmanned aerial systems (UASs), combined with the increasing ability of sensors to generating ever greater amounts of data, are taxing the capabilities of current data links and the available spectrum for pushing sensor data off-board as a primary concept of operation. Platform sensor suite ...SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: Waddan Systems Topic: 14NCER1B
Toxic air pollutants, also known as hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), are those pollutants that are known or suspected to cause cancer or other serious health effects, such as reproductive effects or birth defects, or adverse environmental effects. In today's environment, there are continuing problems associated with the environmental effects of multiple pollutant gas released to the air. This conc ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: 14NCER4B
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Water (OW) is seeking innovative technologies to improve the performance and reliability of small drinking water systems. In response, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a novel Regenerative Capacitive Electro-Desalination System (RECED) to enable the use of reduced-quality water sources, such as weakly saline brackish wat ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: INDUSTRIAL MICROBES INC Topic: 14NCER1A
Project Summary. Industrial Microbes is developing a green fermentation platform to replace carbon-emitting petrochemical processes with new methods that build chemicals out of carbon dioxide and methane. By using these raw materials and a new process, the company will be able to produce valuable chemicals for half the current production cost. This advantage means that Industrial Microbes’ techn ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Environmental Protection Agency
SBC: Ekso Bionics Inc Topic: 739552
As the carry and protective gear of the modern war fighter increases, the burden on the human body will necessarily increase. In our present TALOS MkIII project, we are developing lower body augmentation to preserve speed and agility while bearing this weight. Yet we cannot ignore the impact of this weight on the upper body: in this project we propose to develop an upper body exoskeleton with p ...STTR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: Physical Optics Corporation Topic: SOCOM15006
To address the USSOCOM need for Team Day/Night Motion Sensors, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) proposes to develop a new Night/Day-Enabled Miniature Emplaced Sensor and Infrared Surveillance (NEMESIS) system, based on the novel use of multi-aperture, compound-eye motion detectors to cue the capture of thermal surveillance imagery. Specifically, the innovation in the compound-eye optical design a ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION Topic: SOCOM15006
Motion detection and camera systems can act as effective force multipliers for ground personnel. There are several reasons that this capability has not made major inroads into field use. The first is overall size, weight, and power as well as cost (SWaP-C) has been unappealing given the capabilities of current systems. The second has to do with the fact that most current systems are proprietary to ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: Silicon Micro Display, Inc. Topic: SOCOM15003
A burst-mode optical sensor to display architecture that allows for dynamic control over the system latency is proposed. The overall system latency of current digital imaging systems are determined and limited by the utilized video interconnection standards and the frame rates of optical sensor, image processor, and displays. In order to reduce the global system latency, an overhaul of image extra ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION Topic: SOCOM15003
Digital optical solutions currently have inherent latency due to the processing chain from optical capture with a lens to a display. While system latency in excess of 5 milliseconds is acceptable in most applications where an operator is seated, this threshold is too high for the TALOS application. Being able to move dynamically while processing a digital image of the environment will require a ...SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command