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  1. A12-117: Adapting SmartPhones for Ocular Diagnosis

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop a stereo-photo Smartphone ophthalmic slitlamp (system), with accessories and software applications for ocular diagnosis in remote or austere locations where ophthalmic or optometric support is unavailable, such as military forward operating bases, ships afloat, or disaster areas, or humanitarian missions. DESCRIPTION: Ocular injuries currently account for approximately 13-22 ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseArmy
  2. A12-118: SiC 600VDC Solid State Circuit Protection and Distribution

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Design and demonstrate a Silicon Carbide (SiC) high voltage circuit protection to TRL 5 in TARDEC's Vehicle Electronics & Architecture (VEA) Research System Integration Lab (SIL) with future integration onto Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Ground Combat Vehicle, and other future Army programs that will utilize a 600VDC architecture. DESCRIPTION: In order to generate and distribute mor ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseArmy
  3. A12-119: Optical Communications for Control of Unmanned Ground Vehicles

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop an optical communications system that is suitable for the teleoperation of unmanned ground vehicles (UGV). DESCRIPTION: Radio frequency (RF) communications in the teleoperation of unmanned ground vehicles has always posed challenges due to interference and noise, potential for jamming, bandwidth, and latency. This topic seeks an alternative to RF communications by investigati ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseArmy
  4. MDA12-028: Improved Target Discrimination of Multiple Targets Using Bulk Filtering for Debris

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Identify & evaluate data/signal processing techniques and algorithms that will minimize or overcome the system degradation effects caused by dense threat complexes, consisting of large numbers of closely-spaced uninteresting ballistic objects. The intent of this Topic is to develop a Bulk Filtering method where the radar return data for non-threatening objects are de-emphasized, suppr ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. MDA12-029: Anchoring Post-Intercept Debris Prediction Tools

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and test techniques for collecting data from hyper-velocity missile intercepts for the anchoring of post-intercept debris (PID) models. DESCRIPTION: MDA continues to develop models to predict and understand the phenomenology of hyper-velocity missile intercepts. Missile intercept events produce complex debris environments whose morphology and density are a function of sever ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  6. MDA12-030: Detailed Lethality Assessments for Flight Test Events

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop in situ detectors for MDA flight test targets to directly record physical properties in and around the expected warhead location to provide a more definitive measure of interceptor lethality. DESCRIPTION: MDA has the responsibility to test new and improved interceptor missiles against new and evolving threats. To accomplish this, MDA must constantly upgrade the capability o ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  7. MDA12-031: Innovative designs for reliable Electro-Explosive Ordnance Devices

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: This topic seeks to apply innovative concepts from the field of Electro-Explosive Ordnance Devices for use on Interceptors to improve the overall reliability and lower the failure and/or inadvertent initiation risks by simplifying the design, employing contemporary or next generation energetics, or incorporating other robust features to lower risks and enhance reliability. DESCRIPTI ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  8. MDA12-032: Long-Term Missile Aging Assessment & Reliability Predictions for Polymer Materials and Electronic Parts

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The development of innovative methodologies, components, or subsystems that aide in long term reliability assessment of missile hardware. Methodologies are sought using the latest proven systematic approaches to age acceleration testing of typical missile and payload components that are maintained in inert modes for extended periods of time prior to launch. Further, advanced reliabilit ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. MDA12-033: Cost Effective, Reliable Service Life Extension Testing of Ordnance Devices

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Assess viable approaches to cost effective, reliable service life extension testing of ordnance devices. Investigate the various approaches used in industry to conduct service life extension testing and develop reliable testing solutions. DESCRIPTION: The Missile Defense Agency is seeking technologies to support its Stockpile Reliability Program. Interceptors must function successfu ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  10. MDA12-034: Correlation identification and evaluation of new technologies or methodologies to accurately measure inertial movement in a stressing flight environment

    Release Date: 07-26-2012Open Date: 08-27-2012Due Date: 09-26-2012Close Date: 09-26-2012

    OBJECTIVE: This topic seeks to identify and evaluate new technologies that accurately measure inertial movement in a stressing flight environment. Fiber Optical Gryoscope (FOG) technology is currently used to measure inertial movement in many flight hardware applications, but is expensive, relatively large, and has performance limitations in certain environments. The objective of this research is ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
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