Detection & Assessment
The objective of this effort is to complete a comparative test and evaluation of the Smiths Detection HazMatID ELITE and HazMatID 360. Once the capabilities of these systems are documented, they could be more accurately and effectively incorporated into a system of systems approach to security.
The primary objective of this effort is to establish the capabilities and limitations of explosive detection systems and identify the system that most effectively meets the requirements set forth by Fleet Forces Command for use in maritime theaters of operation.
G-BOSS(E) is an expeditionary, ground-based, self-contained, multi-spectral sensor-oriented, persistent surveillance system used to greatly enhance situational awareness to counter physical security threats.
Provides a single operator with the ability to simultaneously control and operate multiple non-lethal deterrent devices to guard checkpoints, keep-out zones, and ship close-aboard areas.
The Interceptor capability consists of components that interoperate to enhance the detection and identification of threats to a secured area: the Linear Seismic Sensor, Broadband Acoustics Sensor, and Unmanned Ground Vehicle and addresses force protection capability gaps in the United States Northern Command and other Combatant Commands' areas of responsibility.
Design, build, and demonstrate a sonar that can identify divers and nuisance targets at long range.
Develop a stand-alone, mobile, automated pen system to support 24/7 dolphin detection/localization operations that directly tie into existing Swimmer Interdiction Security Systems concept of operations.
Testing and development of Interferometer radar technology to advance the capability to search, detect, track and identify Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and direct-fire standoff threats for installation and asset defense.
This project will develop new techniques and algorithms using established processes (lower risk) to automate the filtering of permanent and/or semi-permanent floating structures detected by the Electronic Harbor.
The Radiological Detection System is intended to replace DoD's legacy Radiation Detection, Indication and Computation survey meters. This project provides a joint solution to increase capability and reduce life-cycle costs through the use of interoperable equipment with adequate sensitivity and common units of measure.
This effort selects the best performing Raman and infrared systems from a previous comparative testing for a systems
Develop and demonstrate an improved electro-optical seeker that will enable the Spike Weapon system to reliably track and engage AT/FP stationary and moving threat targets while operating in complex shorefront environments during day and low light conditions.
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