Meet representatives from Charles River Analytics Inc. at the Navy Forum for SBIR/STTR Transition (FST), which takes place at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD, from April 9-11, 2018. Charles River will be in booth #138.
We will highlight the following efforts at Navy FST:
Advanced Mission Display and Planning Tools
We are developing Advanced Mission and Display Planning Tools (AMPT) to provide operators of a multi-vehicle (manned and unmanned), multi-domain (air, ground, and sea) common control station with decision support for real-time re-tasking and re-planning of multiple assets.
Embedded Architecture for Cyber-Resilience
We are developing an Embedded Architecture for Cyber-Resilience (EAC) to protect cyber-physical systems from cyber threats, ensuring fault isolation for both system- and application-level software components and using novel machine learning algorithms to detect, locate, and automatically recover from compromises due to cyberattacks.
Submarine Imaging Real-Time Enhancement
Imagery from submarine sensor masts often suffers from a variety of artifacts, which negatively impacts image quality and performance of downstream processing algorithms. We developed Submarine Imaging Real-time Enhancement (SIREN) to detect and correct these artifacts in real-time.
Sensor System for Precise Automatic Relative Position Keeping
We developed a Sensor System for Precise Automatic Relative Position Keeping (SPARK) using short-wavelength infrared and covert radiofrequency sensors to track surfaced ballistic missile submarines under all plausible environmental conditions. SPARK does not require Sailors to go on deck when underway, and meets regulatory standards for system redundancy by incorporating independent systems based on two different physical principles.
Visit our Navy FST page to learn more.