The US Navy seeks to commercialize the ANGEL technology which will optimize aircrew performance, prevent problems from occurring, and enhance aircrew/aircraft survivability.
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A practical, robust, low computational overhead algorithm to obtain high resolution (HR) images from low resolution (LR), under-sampled digital imaging equipment.
The United States Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate seeks industry partners to license and commercialize an email based Personal Information and Search Assistant.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a system for the early detection of single point defects in bearings.
The Naval Research Laboratory seeks to commercialize patent 6,167,156 - Compression of hyperdata with ORASIS multisegment pattern sets (CHOMPS) - through collaborative commercial partnerships and patent licensing.
Researchers at the Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory have developed the Airborne Visibility Indicator (AVI). This novel cockpit instrument provides a flight crew with objective real-time visibility data as a countermeasure to the formidable aviation hazard known as Spatial Disorientation (SD). The AVI is a tool to assist aviators in making sound and informed mission decisions before entering instrument meteorological conditions.
The US Navy seeks industrial partners to commercialize a visualization tool that allows the user to interact with and obtain any data from a CORBA Server or CORBA Supplier/Event Channel. The Universal Client and Consumer (UCC) tool allows a user to visually display and interact with CORBA compliant applications.
The US Army seeks industry partners to license and commercialize an advanced point-of-care system optimized for integration within an overall enterprise management system for the healthcare market.
The US Air Force Human Effectiveness Directorate has developed a suite of software tools based on cognitive science to aid instructors and trainees with performance predictions and optimization of future training regimes around specified goals. This invention is especially useful in honing skills for complex tasks in the face of limited resources, including time and equipment constraints.
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative net-centric diagnostics framework software that supports troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of avionics and other systems.
The United States Air Force seeks industry partners to license and commercialize an advanced technology that provides an Auditory Horizon for pilots. The Auditory Horizon provides pilots auditory feedback based on an airplane’s pitch and roll that allows the pilot to maintain spatial orientation in bad weather and when flying at night. The Auditory Horizon brings military situational awareness to General Aviation.
The US Navy seeks industry partners to license and commercialize a user-friendly, automated classifier. The Bayesian Data Reduction Algorithm (BDRA) has outstanding potential for applications such as insurance scoring, fraud detection, customer profiling for direct marketing, medical diagnosis, and financial market modeling.
The United States Navy seeks industry partners to license and commercialize a Collaborative Environment and Electronic Whiteboard called “Collaborator”. Collaborator was designed to provide a real time, graphical collaboration environment in situations with limited available bandwidth, while maintaining adherence to the Bell-LaPadula security model.
The United States Air Force seeks industry partners to license and commercialize an advanced technology that provides wireless network situational awareness for network management. The Wireless Intrusion Detection Sensor (WIDS) enables network personnel to enforce wireless network policies such as the Department of Defense Directive 8100.2 and aids in the early detection of malicious network intrusions via wireless networks.
The US Navy seeks licensees to commercialize a unique algorithm that provides improvements in speed, accuracy, and ease of use in the selection of graphically represented computer objects