Program Manager, Small Business Innovation Research, Code 46T

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Thomas Franz, Psy.D

Program Manager,

Small Business Innovation Research, Code 46T


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Director

Maureen Bergondy Wilhelm

S&T Programs

Deputy Director

Robert Seltzer

Transition
Research

Small Business
Research

Military Deputy

LCDR Jefferson Grubb

Technology
Transfer

S&T
Project
Administrative
Specialist

Administrator

Human Research Protection
Program / Committee for the
Protection of Human Subjects

Research and Technology Program
Office (4.6T)

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Office of Naval Research Science & Technology (6.1


6.3)




Basic Research (In
-
house and Academia)



Applied Research



Advanced Development



Navy Demonstrations and Validation Research (6.4
-
6.7)



DoD Research



Joint/OSD/JFCOM



Army/USAF/USMC Research



Technology Transfer (Gov/Non
-
DoD Research)



DoD Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR/STTR)


NAWCTSD Research Portfolio

NAWCTSD is a R&D Performer and Partners with Industry on
Proposals and subsequent Research Efforts

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Small Business Innovation

Research (SBIR) Opportunities

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12.2
Solicitation Milestones

Current Contract/Original
Developer/OEM (if recompete)

Period of Performance

Funding

Acquisition Strategy

Point of Contact





RFP RFP Contract


Release Closes Award

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Next
Solicitation (
12.2)


Pre
-
Release


24 April
-
23 May 2012 Most important time.


For talking to the topic author,
ask how the topic relates to fleet requirements



Officially Opens
24 May 2012



Watch for posted Questions and Answers



Closes
27 Jun 2012


Don’t be late, get it in at least a day early!



Phase I: Firm Fixed Price



Phase II: Cost Plus Fixed Fee



Phase III: TBD



Phase I: 6 Month + 6 month Option



Phase II: 24 Month+ 6/month Option



Phase III: Open

Name:
Dr. Thomas Franz

Organization:
NAWCTSD,
SBIR
Pgm
. Mgr.

Phone:
407
-
380
-
4631

Email:
thomas.franz@navy.mil



Year 1 RDT&E $150K



Year 2
-
3 RDT&E $1M (Total)



Year 4+ Non
-
SBIR $s; No Limit/No.


Competition Required



TBD


Up to 2 awards planned/topic

24 May 27 Jun
15
Nov 2012

See
http://navair.navy.mil/sbir

and
http://www.navysbir.com

The information provided is for planning purposes and is subject change without notice.

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WHO?


WHAT?


WHERE?


WHEN?


HOW?



OUCH!!!






RECENT NAVAIR
/ NAWCTSD
SBIR Topics (12.1)

Innovative Collimated Controller Displays

(N121
-
041)
Advancements are needed to
improve the depth perception of vertical and short take
-
off and landing aircraft operators during simulated
hovering operations. Develop innovative visual displays to provide variable collimation and improved 3D depth
perception for rotary wing chin windows and cargo hatch operation. A new and innovative visual display
design that is light
-
weight and thin enough to be incorporated into existing rotary wing and short take
-
off and
landing simulator housings is sought.



Improved Radio Frequency Modeling for Correlated Environment
Communication System Simulators with Sensor Simulators
(N121
-
011)

Most aviation accidents occur when sensor degradations are present due to atmospheric/weather, terrain, and
cultural variables, yet simulations maintain artificially physically consistent representations of these sensors.
Topic seeks an innovative approach for on
-
the
-
fly, physics
-
based radio frequency propagation modeling
-

that
appropriately interacts with complex synthetic natural environments for more realistic simulations of real world
communications and radar sensor systems.


Topic Title: Small Projector Array Display System
(N121
-
005)
Develop innovative
technology to combine large numbers of small commercial
-
off
-
the
-
shelf Light Emitting Diode (LED) based
projectors, into a cost effective, high performance, high efficiency, small footprint immersive rear
-
projection
display. Innovation would enable the distribution of Image Generator video inputs across multiple small
projectors into one seamless image. The goal is to provide 20/20 visual acuity, for the same or lower price of
the current state
-
of
-
the
-
art visual display systems.

Next DoD 12.2
Solicitation
Opens:
24 APR

Closes:
27 JUN 2012


http://www.dodsbir.net/sitis

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6

FY13

N102
-
124 (Hyttinen)
Affordable, Reconfigurable Aerial Refueling
Part
-
task Trainer


AVT

N08
-
139 (Tom Franz
) Mixed Gas Hypoxia Training in Low Pressure Chambers

Colorado
Altitude

N092
-
094 (
Bentio

Graniela
), Material Classification Sensor Simulation


RSC



N09T
-
T007
(Tom Alicia
), Tailoring Training for Large Scale Exercises



Advanced
Infoneering
, VC Soft, & APTIMA



N09B
-
T038
(Michael Felix
), Innovative Application of Urban ISR


CG2

FY14

N102
-
138
(Patricia Edmonds
) Low Cost G
-
cues for Pilot Training Device



Infoscitex

FY15

N111
-
008
(Dennis Vincenzi
) Common Unmanned Vehicle Control Procedures Trainer

for Airborne
and Sea Based Unmanned Systems and Sensors




RPA

NAWCTSD FY13/14/15

Projected S&T Transitions

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Problem Statement:


Students & instructors exposed to risk of
decompression sickness.


No Opportunity for multi
-
crew teams to experience both
pressure altitude decompression and high altitude
hypoxia in the same chamber

SBIR
Advanced Prototype Development


C
reated
normobaric (mixed gas, normal air pressure)
simulated altitude environments up to 30,000 feet.


Provides a
multi
-
crew setting conduct training without
the need for a mask and without the risk of
decompression sickness
.


Aviators
experience
decompression at a limited but
safe (10,000 feet and higher) simulated altitudes

FY13
Phase III Product Availability




Research
being done
relatively quickly.


Room was set
-
up
to allow Entry & Exit without
significant loss of
altitude


S
uccessful applications include U.S. military units,
foreign military, commercial aeronautical authorities

Mixed Gas Hypoxia Training in Low Pressure
Chambers


SBIR
Topic No.
N08
-
139

Phase II Contract No.
11
-
C
-
0010


Colorado Altitude Training,
LLC

Mr. Shaun Wallace

(303) 440
-
4102

swallace@altitudetraining.com


Phase II TPOC:

Thomas Franz

407
-
380
-
4631


Sponsor: PMA
-
205
NASTP

Ph III Funds (APN)

Model of Hypoxia
Trainer

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Affordable, Reconfigurable Aerial Refueling Part
-
Task Trainer

SBIR N102
-
124 Contract No. N68335
-
10
-
C
-
0584


Problem Statement:

Current
training for aerial refueling lacks:


Stereo depth for lining up engagement


Details necessary for realistic visuals


Aerodynamic buffeting and G
-
onset cues experienced
in close proximity flight with a refueling tanker aircraft


The result is a lack of opportunity to train for this critical
flight maneuver, and potentially negative aerial
refueling training in our full
-
mission trainers.


FY13 P
hase II

Develop, integrate, demonstrate and
evaluate a prototype that incorporates fidelity and
imagery as experience during F/A
-
18 aerial refueling


FY14 Projected Phase
III


Higher fidelity air refueling training will improve pilot
performance


validated with time to train new pilots.


Increased availability of full
-
mission trainers, and
reduced the expense of maintaining the training
systems will result.



AVT Simulation

Walt Chambers, Chief Scientist


407.381.5311 ext.113

wchambers@avtsim.com



TPOC:

Doug Hyttinen

(407)
380
-
8458

Douglas.Hyttinen@navy.mil


PMA
-
290 F/A
-
18

Phase III: TBD (APN)



MISSION

Plan & Perform a Full Range of
Directed Research & Development

in Support

of Naval & Other DOD Training Systems for All Warfare Areas & Platforms, to
Maintain a
Naval Critical Technology Base

And
Transition Technology Results


to the Fleet and Other Customers

Human Performance

Modeling & Assessment

Virtual Environments &
Training technologies

Distributed LVC
Synthetic Training

Human Social

Cultural Behavioral
Modeling

Tactical Decision Support for

Command & Control

S&T Focus Areas

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Human Performance Modeling and Assessment


Accurately measure and analyze human performance at
different levels (individual, team, unit, organization) in
multiple military domains, and across a variety of tasks (from
simple procedural skills to complex cognitive skills & decision
making).



Specific application of human performance modeling to analyzing
and predicting behavior in culturally embedded contexts to
include decision making in response to adversarial intent and
training strategies for adaptability in coalition teams.






Human Social Cultural Behavioral Modeling


S&T Focus Areas (Cont)

Tactical Decision Support for Command & Control


Human
-
centered design approach to creating & integrating
machine components for C2 that accommodate & support
people using that system for tactical decision making.




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Virtual Environment Technologies for Training


Distributed LVC Synthetic Training


Ability to train and interact in large
-
scale distributed
simulations that provide operationally realistic
environments.


Requires technologies that allow for rapid and reliable
threat/intent determination, distributed weapons/sensor
coordination, real
-
time operations and improved mission
planning.



Metrics
-
driven processes, high
-
fidelity
trg

environments, and
fully
linked T&R competencies to achieve aircrew/maintainer
qualifications & proficiency while reducing life
-
cycle cost drivers.


Dev. education and training technologies to

cost
-
effectively maximize transfer from the

classroom/trainer to the operational environment.


S&T Focus Areas (Cont)

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Share information on your IRAD Program


Respond to SBIR/STTR Solicitations


Small Business


Large business partnering


Pursue Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs)
with NAWCTSD


Communicate & partner on joint
proposals & New SBIR Topics


If successful w/joint proposals several contract vehicle options available:


SBIR PIII


NAWCTSD R&D Broad Agency Announcement (S&T projects only)


ONR/DoD/funding agency contracting


How can Industry Participate in
NAWCTSD Research?

Research & Technology Program Office POCs

Director, Maureen
-
Bergondy
-
Wilhelm

407
-
380
-
4777

Maureen.Bergondy@navy.mil

SBIR Program Manager

Thomas Franz

407 380 4631

Thomas.Franz@navy.mil

Deputy Director,

Bob Seltzer

407
-
380
-
4115

Robert.Seltzer@navy.mil

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