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  1. Legacy ICS, UWB ICS and Voice-to-Text UWB Universal PTT Controller (UPC)

    SBC: STARIX TECHNOLOGY, INC.            Topic: DHP163008

    Medics will use End User Devices (EUD) to capture electronic medical data on casualties treated at the point of injury and during enroute casualty evacuation. In order to facilitate the input of medical information, medics will use the Voice-to-Text techn

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  2. Innovative Multi-Mode Vapor Thermal Desorption Devices

    SBC: SEACOAST SCIENCE, INC.            Topic: DHA17006

    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate that, on average, approximately 15,000 workers each year in the U.S. suffer respiratory diseases caused by toxic agents in the air. As engineered materials become more dominant in construction of homes, offices and industrial buildings, the potential increases for deleterious solvent, plasticizer, and adhesive vapors infiltrating th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  3. Real-time Modulated Imaging for Assessment of Tissue Viability Prior to Skin Grafts

    SBC: Modulated Imaging Inc.            Topic: DHA17A006

    There is a lack of quantitative tools to accurately map tissue viability in a rapid and quantitative manner so a surgeon can properly excise tissue prior to grafting. Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging (SFDI) is an optical method that has been shown to be a reliable method for physiology assessment - particularly for burn depth. SFDI measures of tissue structure (scattering) and function (hemoglobi ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  4. In-Mask Sensors for Physiological Investigation of Respiratory Exhalation- INSPIRE

    SBC: MAKEL ENGINEERING, INC.            Topic: DHP16C002

    Makel Engineering, Inc. and Sandia National Laboratories propose to demonstrate an advanced multi-modal sensor system suitable for in-situ analysis of exhaled VOCs for pilots, divers and field patients. Our proposed system will combine a micro-gas chromatograph (GC) and miniature ion mobility spectrometer (IMS) for detection of trace amounts of exhaled breath VOCs with miniature solid state sensor ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
  5. Inexpensive Colorimetric Sensor for Formaldehyde

    SBC: ISENSE, LLC            Topic: 16NCER1A

    This Phase I proposal describes the development an inexpensive, portable optical sensor to monitor indoor formaldehyde levels. The proposed instrument will be capable of detecting 0.05-5 ppm levels of formaldehyde in the presence of common interferents. Formaldehyde is used in manufacturing and is present in many building materials. There are significant health risks associated with even low level ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Low-cost colorimetric sensor for methane emission monitoring

    SBC: CALYX INC            Topic: 16NCER1B

    On-site, timely and accurate identification of fugitive emissions is an important step toward leak mitigation controls and strategies; however, no technology today is able to fill the sweet spot to provide the sensitivity, cost, and portability that the gas industry is in dire need of. BioInspira has developed arrays of color thin film that has been modified to bind to different components of natu ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. In-Situ Applied Omniphobic Coatings for Water Pipeline Repair and Retrofitting

    SBC: OCEANIT LABORATORIES INC            Topic: 16NCER4B

    Many pipelines within America’s infrastructure are in dire need of repair, due to structural damage caused by corrosion, or the threat of heavy metal leaching from lead and copper pipes. However, full pipe replacement is expensive and disruptive, while existing polymer liners and sleeve inserts can only_x000D_ be applied in specific cases and have difficulty bonding to worn and contaminated surf ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Rapid Field Trace Detection of Perfluoroalkyl Substance in Water

    SBC: 2W ITech LLC            Topic: 18NCER1B

    Due to increasing concerns over long-term effects of PFOS and PFAS on human body, health based values were set by regulatory authoritative bodies for drinking water standard. Currenty lab-based PFOA and PFOS water tests cost $200-$300 per sample with a turnaround time of 2-3 weeks. In this program, 2W iTech LLC proposes to develop a low-cost fieldable sensing technology for detecting trace amounts ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. Ultralow Power Sensor Package for Ground Level Air Pollution Levels from Wildland Fires

    SBC: KWJ ENGINEERING INC            Topic: 18NCER2A

    Wild fires produce significant air pollution, posing health risks to first responders, residents in nearby areas, and downwind communities. Wildfires are increasing in size and intensity, and the fire season is growing longer. Technologies for measuring air pollutants, including particulates, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon dioxide, over the wide range of levels expected in areas dow ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. The NODE biosensor: real-time contaminant detection in stormwater

    SBC: Microbiome Engineering, LLC.            Topic: 18NCER4A

    Stormwater management is a growing challenge across the country. Water quality standards are becoming increasingly strict as new regulations are developed at the state level. Meanwhile, changing land use and greater urbanization make meeting these standards even more difficult. Currently, stormwater samples are collected in the field and analyzed in the lab, a process which is time-consuming, cost ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Environmental Protection Agency
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