Hand Deployed Situational Awarness Sensor for Shipboard Damage Control
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AbstractCurrent methods of damage control assessment onboard US Navy ships subject personnel to hazardous environments. These methods are labor intensive and dangerous. Our proposal outlines the initial design and architecture of a ruggedized multi-sensing wireless device and the remote monitor to which it interfaces. The sensing device we propose is self-orienting, shock resistant, waterproof, buoyant, capable of withstanding fire, explosions, toxic gases, and able to transmit high-bandwidth data, including video, wirelessly to the remote monitor with a range beyond 70 feet. 3eTI has significant experience with wireless mesh equipment and wireless sensor technology, and has deployed wireless equipment to U.S. Navy surface vessels and on U.S. Navy bases. All 3eTI products meet U.S. Navy requirements, including the vast array of wireless certification and accreditation requirements. Due to our significant experience with wireless sensor systems and remote monitoring for the U.S. Navy specifically, 3eTI is well-positioned to develop a working product that meets all of the requirements in this SBIR topic
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