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SBC: DFR SOLUTIONS, LLC Topic: DTRA162006
The increasing complexity of devices, reduced budgets and accelerated program timelines, requires a new approach to predicting radiation of integrated circuit (IC) designs. Most approaches to date require gate level analysis and do not scale easily to device level calculations, leading to methods that are note practical under most program timeline and cost budgets. Previously, DfR Solutions has de ...SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: LUCID CIRCUIT, INC. Topic: DTRA162006
With the advent of high-density low-power sub-20nm technology processes and circuits with tens-of-billions of transistors, radiation-induced single-event effects present a new set of design challenges for terrestrial applications. Developing reliable single-event effect resilient microelectronics in these modern technology nodes is a resource and time-intensive endeavor that further requires valid ...SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: TDA RESEARCH, INC. Topic: DHA172011
Currently, deployed medics are required to transport, maintain and be resupplied with liquid-based medications and materials that are heavy, expensive to transport, perishable and may require refrigeration. Many medications and materials are or will soonSBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Perceptronics Solutions, Inc. Topic: OSD11H17
Managing basis health needs in HA/DR and STTR operations is of critical importance due to the increased risk of disease and health crises stemming from ecological changes, population displacement, population density changes, or the disruption of public utilities. Despite the critical needs for rapid epidemiological surveillance, assessment, and response in the field, very few technical aids e ...SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Design Interactive, Inc Topic: OSD11H19
The Return on Investment Tool for Effective Medical Training (RITE-MT) tool aims to substantially improve the decision making process of training system requirements and acquisition professionals by objectively quantifying training system Return On Training Investment (ROTI) based on lifecycle cost, schedule and performance impacts. RITE-MT uses a training needs-based approach to ROTI which incorp ...SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: Design Interactive, Inc Topic: OSD11H13
Concern has been raised over the prevalence of behavioral health disorders in military personnel returning from deployment to the Middle East. While not appearing as an overt physical injury, disruptions of a psychological nature are often as debilitating, and there is an increasing need for support tools. Such tools should allow for standardized tracking, monitoring, and mitigation of anger and ...SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: TIGER TECH SOLUTIONS INC Topic: DHA172010
Tiger Tech Solutions, Inc. has developed a unique professional quality biomedical wearable monitoring system. The consumer-oriented devices available on the market today are not suitable for the needs of the warfighter. The Tiger Tech Warfighter Monitor (SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency
SBC: LYNNTECH INC Topic: DTRA102006
Rapid identification of these warfare modes, particularly Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs), is vital to protecting U.S. armed forces personnel and their assets. Most quantitative and accurate methods for CWA identification utilize bulky and expensive equipment that require specific technical expertise for data collection and analysis. A major limitation to using existing detection equipment i ...SBIR Phase II 2013 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: TDA RESEARCH, INC. Topic: DTRA172001
TDA Research, Inc. (TDA), designed, built, and tested a dense array of 100 very low cost infrasonic sensors. Due to their low cost (1/100x-1/10x the cost of other infrasound sensors), they can be economically deployed in very large numbers; such large arrays can gather more information than a few expensive sensors. They are sensitive from 0.1 Hz - 100 Hz down to 0.08 Pa. We tested the sensors in s ...SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: SA PHOTONICS, LLC Topic: DHA172005
In a multiple patient situation, the medics need all the help they can get. Monitoring several patients is a difficult task, and associating the vital signs data with the right patient is crucial. Providing medics with a tool to assist in this task can grSBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Health Agency