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Innovative Prototyping Concepts for Using Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Technology Protection (TP)
Recent advances in Additive Manufacturing (AM), commonly referred to as 3D printing, may be able to play a significant role in the next generation of Technology Protection (TP) techniques.
The Naval Air Warfare Systems Command (NAVAIR) desires to further advance its capabilities in the areas of electronic threat simulation and measurement focusing specifically on advances in the areas of system concept, architecture development, and requirements definition.
The Naval Air Warfare Systems Command (NAVAIR) desires to advance its capabilities in the areas of electronic threat simulation and measurement focusing specifically on advances in the areas of system concept, architecture development, and requirements definition.
The DoD desires the capability to detect and counter emerging threats in the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS), providing warfighters with an enhanced understanding of their battlefield environment. The RFSD aims to collect and analyze RF signals to compare against a baseline environment, and automatically alert warfighters to anomalous signals.
The Army desires to prototype, test, demonstrate, and assess Integrated Environmental Control and Power (IECP) technologies and capabilities, both dual-use and defense specific, based on advanced vector drive controls for vapor compression technology and solid-gas absorption technology (open and closed cycle) that have been demonstrated to at least the proof-of-principle level.
The DoD desires innovative prototype solutions for predictive models that utilize novel approaches to analyze, forecast and identify multi-domain capability gaps related to Electronic Warfare (EW), Information Warfare (IW), Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO), Electromagnetic Warfare (EMW), and Cyber Warfare.
On July 8, 2020, in accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 2371b, the Army Contracting Command – Orlando awarded an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) via the Training and Readiness Accelerator (TReX) for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) Hands On Trainer (HOT) Prototype Project.
The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is a corporate training organization that provides learning and development solutions to over 174,000 acquisition, requirements and contingency professionals in the U.S. Department of Defense.
The Army desires a Proximity Warning Unit (PWU) prototype system that provides real time alerts, both audible and visual, to operators during excavation operations when in close proximity to fiber optic cable/critical infrastructure...
The Army seeks to determine if industry can desires solutions to modify Class M1 commercial off the shelf (COTS) devices to meet Live Collective Training (LCT) needs and still provide the benefits of Low Power Internet of Things (LPIoT).
The DoD desires innovative prototype solutions for an Autonomous Fiber Optic Sensor Network (A-FOSN), a passive opto-acoustic fiber optics sensor system that measures the micro strain of sound waves on continuous wave laser light utilized in a buried fiber optic cable array for detecting intruders into U.S. Navy ports.