Co-Packaged Analog-Drive High-Bandwidth Optical Input/Output (KANAGAWA)

S²MARTS PROJECT NO. 22-13: The Office of the Undersecretary of Defense, Research & Engineering (OUSD(R&E)) Trusted & Assured Microelectronics (T&AM) program is seeking to mature co-packaged optics (CPO), laser sources, and associated advanced packaging techniques for prototype demonstration and technology transition into the DoD advanced packaging ecosystem and the Defense Industrial Base (DIB).

Innovate Beyond 5G Program (IB5G)

Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) Research & Engineering’s (R&E) Innovate Beyond 5G (IB5G) program seeks to support ideation, design, prototyping, and integration of novel IB5G network concepts and components, leading to demonstration of new capabilities that will allow United States (US) Department of Defense (DOD) operations to dominate the future networked battlespace.

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STE LTS Tier 2 RFI

The U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) and the PEO STRI Agile Acquisition Response (STAAR) Team publishes this RFI to solicit industry’s capabilities as market research in identifying potential geo-pairing Force-on- Force (FoF) and Force-on-Target (FoT) training solutions.

Product Architecture Domain Modeling (PADM) Prototype Project

“The United States Navy (USN) detects and responds to cyber threats based on a traditional, labor-intensive, seven (7) step process that starts with preparation and information security (INFOSEC) classification and ends with system and common control authorizations and continuous monitoring. To improve how it detects and responds to cyber threats, the Navy seeks solutions that are both proactive (cyber hunt) and reactive (cyber disconnect). The Navy also seeks solutions that will address multiple domains (Platform Architecture, Cyber Attack, Cyber Vulnerability, Mitigations, and Mission Area).

Improved Environmental Control Units (IECU) Prototype Project

Improved Environmental Control Units (IECUs) are portable modular units that heat and cool shelters housing Soldiers and sensitive electronics. The overarching IECU program is underway, with systems in production. The U.S. Army, Product Manager – Force Sustainment Systems (PM-FSS) is now looking toward future needs, initiating an R&D project that seeks to develop and apply technologies introducing new necessary capabilities...