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  1. N122-134: Seam Engineering: Stitchless Seam Technology

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: The aim of this Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) opportunity is to systematically investigate and analyze current and evolving stitchless seam technologies, and to evaluate their use in existing Navy clothing end-items. The desired end result would be a reduction in bulk and weight, enhanced performance characteristics such as moisture management (breathability), wind/water res ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  2. N122-135: High Power Vertical Gallium Nitride (GaN) Transistors on Native GaN Substrates for Power Switching Applications

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop homoepitaxial GaN high voltage (5000V) vertical power switching transistors on GaN substrates to enable compact, efficient high power converters. DESCRIPTION: GaN power switching transistors have recently been demonstrated with performance superior to conventional silicon (Si) or silicon carbide (SiC) based devices. The demonstrated GaN devices offer a better combination of ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  3. N122-136: Tell Me About

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate a capability to automatically respond to"tell me about"questions with finished information products. DESCRIPTION: Military Intelligence and Operations staff spend large amounts of time preparing reports and briefings by searching for related information from many data stores, estimating data relevance, and then fusing and formatting relevant data as informatio ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  4. N122-137: Team Performance Metrics for Command and Control of Unmanned Systems

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate metrics for a team of decision makers, managing multiple autonomous vehicles, to assess transaction efficiencies given autonomy and control interventions. DESCRIPTION: Unmanned systems currently require increasingly large teams of operators. Diagnostic system and operator team metrics for teams of decision makers supporting these systems largely do not exist. ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  5. N122-138: Interactive Generative Manifold Learning

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop techniques or mechanisms whereby a human operator may describe and/or generate previously unseen realizations of target data based on a low-dimensional representation learned from a training dataset (i.e., without a physical model.) DESCRIPTION: Within the field of target recognition, the use of manifold learning has become increasingly popular and powerful (Ref. 1-3). Consi ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  6. N122-139: Cost-Effective Technologies for Fabrication of PiezoCrystal Vector Velocity Sensors

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Devise and demonstrate cost-effective methods for the fabrication of vector velocity sensors from relaxor piezoelectric single crystals. DESCRIPTION: Arrays of vector velocity sensors provide major system gains over legacy arrays of omnidirectional hydrophones in bottom moored and submarine/unmanned undersea vehicle (UUV) towed applications. For example, the left-right ambiguity of ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  7. N122-140: Energy Efficient Signal Classifier for Dense Signal Environment

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Design a signal classifier that is capable of handling diverse, agile signals in an energy efficient manner in a dense signal environment. DESCRIPTION: Signals of interest (SOI) are becoming much more frequency agile, numerous, and have a low probability of intercept (LPI) by design, making signal recognition and classification much harder. The saturation of state-of-the-art Si clock ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  8. N122-141: Predictive Model for Imaging Underwater Objects through the Air-Sea Interface

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a radiative transfer model to predict visibility of submerged objects by above-surface sensors accounting for realistic sea surface geometry as well as water column and seafloor characteristics. DESCRIPTION: Detection of underwater objects by above-surface passive and active electro-optic (EO) sensors is required for a variety of DoD and civilian applications. Existing mod ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  9. N122-142: Compact High-Power Broad-Band Spherical PiezoCrystal Acoustic Source for Countermeasures

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Design, build, and test a compact, high power, broad bandwidth, highly efficient acoustic source made from relaxor piezocrystals whose shape approximates a sphere. DESCRIPTION: Acoustic countermeasures, deployed from ships and submarines, serve as decoys by mimicking the acoustic signature of the vessel. These autonomous devices require a highly efficient, high-power, broadband, com ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
  10. N122-143: Analytical Processes for Predicting Nanosecond Response of Highly Rate-Sensitive Materials

    Release Date: 04-24-2012Open Date: 05-24-2012Due Date: 06-27-2012Close Date: 06-27-2012

    OBJECTIVE: Develop an analytical capability to predict the response, in nanosecond time intervals, of highly rate-sensitive materials to a ballistic or blast threat. DESCRIPTION: The protection of vital spaces on ships is a critical concern. Recent efforts utilizing low-cost glassy, highly rate-sensitive materials (e.g., conventional soda-lime glass, Plexiglas, and highly rate-sensitive polyur ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of DefenseNavy
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