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  1. Z1.03: Surface Power Generation

    Release Date: 11-17-2016Open Date: 11-17-2016Due Date: 01-20-2017Close Date: 01-20-2017

    Lead Center: GRC Participating Center(s): JPL, JSC Technology Area: TA3 Space Power and Energy Storage NASA is seeking novel fission-based power generation technologies for surface missions on the moon and Mars. The objective is to develop power generation systems for landers, crewed habitats, and in-situ resource utilization plants. Power requirements are expected to range up to 40 kW with potent ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. N181-034: Surface Ship Fat Line Towed Array Cut-Resistant Vibration Isolation Module (VIM) Hose

    Release Date: 11-29-2017Open Date: 01-08-2018Due Date: 02-07-2018Close Date: 02-07-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors, Electronics, Battlespace OBJECTIVE: Develop a cut-resistant hose for surface ship fat line vibration isolation module (VIM) that retains existing VIM hose properties. DESCRIPTION: A surface ship towed array VIM hose that is resistant to cuts, abrasions, perforation, and other mechanical damage is needed by the Navy. The surface ship fat line VIM is a fluid filled h ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseNavy
  3. N181-059: Surface to Air Missile Interceptor Debris Model for Anti-Ship Cruise Missile (ASCM) Defense

    Release Date: 11-29-2017Open Date: 01-08-2018Due Date: 02-07-2018Close Date: 02-07-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Weapons OBJECTIVE: Develop debris-modeling software for Anti-Ship Cruise Missile (ASCM) defense that models debris patterns of interceptor detonation and target destruction to enhance AEGIS combat system (ACS) effectiveness. DESCRIPTION: ACS engagement utilizes the predicted intercept point (PIP) of the interceptor to the target to recommend weapons engagement sequencing. Th ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseNavy
  4. AF131-202: Surface Treatments for Stainless Steel Actuators

    Release Date: 11-16-2012Open Date: 12-17-2012Due Date: 01-16-2013Close Date: 01-16-2013

    OBJECTIVE: Develop surface treatments to improve the wear and damage tolerance of steel actuators for aircraft subsystems. DESCRIPTION: Stainless steel ballscrew components, such as those found in landing gear and flap actuators, experience wear due to friction and foreign object damage (FOD). The Air Force incurs a high maintenance burden associated with frequent inspections and application ...

    SBIRDepartment of DefenseAir Force
  5. N201-028: Surfzone Optical Imaging

    Release Date: 12-10-2019Open Date: 01-14-2020Due Date: 02-12-2020Close Date: 02-26-2020

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Sensors OBJECTIVE: Develop a capability to image through waves and ocean turbulence in shallow coastal waters from small surface ships and/or airborne platforms. DESCRIPTION: The Navy and Coastal Battlefield and Reconnaissance Analysis (COBRA) program is seeking innovative approaches to perform optical imaging in surf zones, and through the air water interface. Optically-base ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseNavy
  6. N181-077: Surf Zone Simulation for Autonomous Amphibious Vehicles

    Release Date: 11-29-2017Open Date: 01-08-2018Due Date: 02-07-2018Close Date: 02-07-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Ground Sea OBJECTIVE: Develop a physics-based simulation to allow autonomy developers to evaluate perception sensors, vehicle control, obstacle avoidance, and path planning algorithms to maneuver an amphibious vehicle in and through the surf zone. DESCRIPTION: The Office of Naval Research is interested in accelerating autonomy capabilities for landing craft and amphibious veh ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseNavy
  7. AF182-057: Surrogate Model for Jitter Estimation in Preliminary Design of Optical Turret Installations

    Release Date: 04-20-2018Open Date: 05-22-2018Due Date: 06-20-2018Close Date: 06-20-2018

    TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Air Platform OBJECTIVE: The objective of this topic is to design, construct, and validate a surrogate model, to estimate mechanical jitter introduced into an optical system on an aircraft, caused by unsteady aerodynamic forces in the vicinity of the aperture, for use in preliminary design. DESCRIPTION: Typical optical apertures (i.e. turrets and similar windows) on aircraft g ...

    SBIRPhase I/Phase IIDepartment of DefenseAir Force
  8. MDA22-T003: Surrogate Models to Accelerate High-Fidelity Physics Based Simulation

    Release Date: 04-20-2022Open Date: 05-18-2022Due Date: 06-15-2022Close Date: 06-15-2022

    OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Information Systems OBJECTIVE: Creation of a simulation emulator that accelerates execution time by orders of magnitude and includes uncertainty quantification without requiring large amounts of training data. DESCRIPTION: End-to-end simulations have significantly improved the ability to mas ...

    STTRPhase IDepartment of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  9. 5: Surveillance Research Methods

    Release Date: 01-24-2011Open Date: 03-05-2011Due Date: 08-05-2011Close Date: 08-05-2011

    Surveillance systems describe where occupational hazards, injuries, or illnesses are found, how frequently they are found, whether they are increasing or decreasing, and whether prevention efforts have been effective. The public health community relies on surveillance information to set research and prevention priorities, but critical gaps in current systems limit their usefulness. ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Health and Human Services
  10. 5: Surveillance Research Methods

    Release Date: 01-24-2011Open Date: 03-05-2011Due Date: 01-08-2012Close Date: 01-08-2012

    Surveillance systems describe where occupational hazards, injuries, or illnesses are found, how frequently they are found, whether they are increasing or decreasing, and whether prevention efforts have been effective. The public health community relies on surveillance information to set research and prevention priorities, but critical gaps in current systems limit their usefulness. ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Health and Human Services
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