Scenario Based Modeling of Electronic Systems

Award Information
Agency: Department of Defense
Branch: Army
Contract: W15P7T-12-C-A213
Agency Tracking Number: A2-4910
Amount: $727,773.00
Phase: Phase II
Program: SBIR
Awards Year: 2012
Solicitation Year: 2010
Solicitation Topic Code: A10-085
Solicitation Number: 2010.2
Small Business Information
315 S. Allen St., Suite 416, State College, PA, -
DUNS: 945483733
HUBZone Owned: N
Woman Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Principal Investigator
 Greg skidmore
 Director, Propagation SW
 (814) 861-1299
 greg.skidmore@remcom.com
Business Contact
 Scott Langdon
Title: President
Phone: (814) 861-1299
Email: Scott.Langdon@remcom.com
Research Institution
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Abstract
The ability to model complex systems relevant to EW defeat scenarios requires a knowledgeable user to decompose analyses into a set of individual phenomena for separate analysis. There are no end-to-end models that can appropriately model all aspects of the problem and coherently bring them together into an accurate solution. This results in two key disadvantages: (1) The required multi-step simulations are time consuming (2) The approach requires expertise across several tools and techniques A Scenario-Based Electronic Systems Modeling tool will eliminate the need for a knowledgeable user to run each simulation, reducing execution time and errors. The tool will encapsulate the models, decompose electronic system emplacement scenarios into separate problem spaces, and recommend selections from a suite of COTS EM models best suited to each regime. It will execute joint simulations using multiple physics techniques and complex interfaces, and display the results through a user-friendly GUI. The tool will also provide substantial acceleration and advanced capabilities for auto-generation of inputs and tradeoff simulations. This new capability will improve the Armys ability to develop effective defeat solutions in a timelier manner, and can be used by general users for a variety of system and operational level electronics system scenarios.

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