FST at Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Headquarters

Washington Navy Yard, DC

January 29, 2020

schedule

Wednesday, January 29

7:30am - 8:30am

FST Attendee Registration

Room

Employee Entrance and Atrium

Description

Registered attendees receive visitor badges and proceed to the Atrium area. The cafeteria is open for coffee and snacks; meet our small businesses.

8:30am - 9:00am

Welcome and Keynote Address

Room

Auditorium

Description

Mr. Robert L. Smith, Director DON SBIR Program, and Mr. Dean Putnam, NAVSEA SBIR Program Manager, welcome you to FST at NAVSEA HQ. We are honored to have Rear Admiral Lorin Selby, Deputy Commander for Ship Design, Integration and Engineering, SEA-05, Naval Sea Systems Command, to share his thoughts on innovation, SBIR, and what they mean to the Navy and NAVSEA.

9:15am - 11:15am

Tech Talks - scroll down for full schedule

Room

First Floor Training Rooms

Description

Listen to our twenty-one small businesses provide a brief overview of the SBIR/STTR Topics represented at this FST. These 10-minute presentations capture the challenge, solution, and transition path ahead for the 24 projects being promoted.

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Networking and 1-on-1 Meetings

Room

Atrium and Training Rooms

Description

Browse the exhibit tables, engage with other attendees, or sit down with the small businesses in a semi-private setting to discuss how these innovations can solve your technology needs.

Tech Talks at NAVSEA FST

Twenty-one small businesses are ready to talk to you about how their innovations and advances in technology are meeting the Navy need. Tech Talks will be held in rooms adjacent to the Atrium in the Humphreys Building – follow on-site signs for room locations and up-to-date schedules. All Tech Talks occur between 9:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. on Wednesday, January 29, 2020.

Download the Schedule & Map.

FST TECH TALK SCHEDULE

Time Firm / Topic Title Sponsoring
SYSCOM
Topic # Atrium
Location

Tech Talk Room 1

9:15 am Materials Sciences Corporation NAVSEA N171-042 9A
Improved Skirt System for Air Cushion Vehicles
9:30 am Pacific Engineering, Inc MARCOR N162-079 9B
Fuel Efficiency Improvements for Amphibious Vehicles
9:45 am Continental Controls and Design, Inc. NAVSEA N161-048 5B
Miniaturized Electric Actuation System
10:00 am AVID LLC NAVAIR AF083-097 3B
Morphing Actuation System for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
10:15 am Cardinal Engineering, LLC NAVSEA N151-045 5A
Submarine Component Design Tool to Assess Relative Resistance to High Intensity Loading
10:30 am Texas Research Institute Austin, Inc. NAVSEA N141-041 12A
Adaptable Standardized Modular Infrastructure for Optimal Space Utilization
10:45 am Q Peak, Inc. NAVAIR N172-121 8A
Epoxyless Connectors for Optical Fiber

Tech Talk Room 2

9:15 am The Columbia Group, Inc NAVSEA N162-109 10B
Medium Voltage Direct Current (MVDC) Casualty Power
9:30 am Lynntech, Inc. NAVSEA N161-047 2
Early Warning Fault Indication System for Li Batteries
9:45 am Lynntech, Inc. NAVAIR N162-092 2
Practical All Solid-State (PASS) Li-Ion Batteries (LIB)
10:00 am FoVI 3D NAVSEA N171-041 12B
Graphics Scene Description and Application Interface for Heterogeneous 3D Display Environments
10:15 am Charles River Analytics Inc. NAVSEA N171-052 1
System for Naval Data Aggregation and Planning with Probabilistic Reasoning (SNAPPR)
10:30 am Charles River Analytics Inc. NAVSEA N171-061 1
Blended and Advanced Decision GUI Environment for Reasoning Support (BADGERS)
10:45 am SI2 Technologies, Inc. NAVWAR N101-069 10A
Ka-Band Communications Antenna System for Surface Ships and Submarine Masts
11:00 am Colorado Engineering Inc. NAVSEA N171-051 11A
Advanced Direct Digital Exciter for Radar (ADDER)

Tech Talk Room 3

9:15 am Creative Technologies Inc. NAVSEA N171-035 6B
Gamification for Combat System Employment
9:30 am ARiA ONR N171-080 3A
High Fidelity Acoustic Scattering Models for Large Objects
9:45 am Signal Systems Corporation NAVAIR N171-005 6A
Deep Learning for Clutter Reduction in Multi-static Coherent Active Sonar Systems
10:00 am White River Technologies NAVSEA N17A-T015 7B
Development of Explosive Non-Acoustic Sensing on ROVs for Littoral Threat Characterization in Complex Seabed Environments
10:15 am Research Associates of Syracuse NAVSEA N171-044 11B
Cognitive Software Algorithms Techniques for Electronic Warfare
10:30 am Physical Optics Corporation NAVSEA N171-074 7A
Tunable, Rapid, Electronically Controlled X-band (T-REX) Notch Filter
10:45 am Bioenno Tech, LLC NAVSEA N17A-T011 8B
High Density Capacitors for Compact Transmit and Receive Modules
11:00 am Lynntech, Inc. NAVSEA N171-060 2
Development of energetic feedstock for COTS additive manufacturing
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location

The Humphreys Building is home to the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and our host for this FST. Twenty small businesses participating in the Department of the Navy’s SBIR/STTR Transition Program are eager to meet you in the Atrium of this historic structure.

Exhibitors

We are excited to showcase 23 SBIR/STTR Topics from 20 Small Businesses. Our technologies cover the broad spectrum of maritime applications including ship design; battery and ship power technologies; advanced electronics, communications, and electronic warfare; Aegis weapons system support; and Undersea Warfare systems.

Download the Schedule & Map.

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Participating Small Business Topic Booth SYSCOM/Project Sponsor Project Title
ARiA N171-080 3 ONR/Code 32 High Fidelity Acoustic Scattering Models for Large Objects
AVID LLC AF083-097 3 NAVAIR/PEO (U&W) Morphing Actuation System for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Bioenno Tech, LLC N17A-T011 8 NAVSEA/PEO IWS High Density Capacitors for Compact Transmit and Receive Modules
Cardinal Engineering, LLC N151-045 5 NAVSEA/PEO SUB Submarine Component Design Tool to Assess Relative Resistance to High Intensity Loading
Charles River Analytics Inc. N171-052 1 NAVSEA/PEO IWS System for Naval Data Aggregation and Planning with Probabilistic Reasoning (SNAPPR)
Charles River Analytics Inc. N171-061 1 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Blended and Advanced Decision GUI Environment for Reasoning Support (BADGERS)
Colorado Engineering Inc. N171-051 11 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Advanced Direct Digital Exciter for Radar (ADDER)
Continental Controls and Design, Inc. N161-048 5 NAVSEA/PEO SUB Miniaturized Electric Actuation System
Creative Technologies Inc. N171-035 6 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Gamification for Combat System Employment
FoVI 3D N171-041 12 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Graphics Scene Description and Application Interface for Heterogeneous 3D Display Environments
Lynntech, Inc. N162-092 2 NAVAIR/4.0T CTO Practical All Solid-State (PASS) Li-Ion Batteries (LIB)
Lynntech, Inc. N161-047 2 NAVSEA/PEO SUB Early Warning Fault Indication System for Li Batteries
Lynntech, Inc. N171-060 2 NAVSEA/NAVSEADIR Development of energetic feedstock for COTS additive manufacturing
Materials Sciences Corporation N171-042 9 NAVSEA/PEO SHIP Improved Skirt System for Air Cushion Vehicles
Pacific Engineering, Inc N162-079 9 MARCOR/MARCOR Fuel Efficiency Improvements for Amphibious Vehicles
Physical Optics Corporation N171-074 7 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Tunable, Rapid, Electronically Controlled X-band (T-REX) Notch Filter
Q Peak, Inc. N172-121 8 NAVAIR/JSF Epoxyless Connectors for Optical Fiber
Research Associates of Syracuse N171-044 11 NAVSEA/PEO IWS Cognitive Software Algorithms Techniques for Electronic Warfare
SI2 Technologies, Inc. N101-069 10 NAVWAR/NAVWAR, PEO SUB Ka-Band Communications Antenna System for Surface Ships and Submarine Masts
Signal Systems Corporation N171-005 6 NAVAIR/PEO (A) Deep Learning for Clutter Reduction in Multi-static Coherent Active Sonar Systems
Texas Research Institute Austin, Inc. N141-041 12 NAVSEA/PEO SUB Adaptable Standardized Modular Infrastructure for Optimal Space Utilization
The Columbia Group, Inc N162-109 10 NAVSEA/NAVSEADIR Medium Voltage Direct Current (MVDC) Casualty Power
White River Technologies N17A-T015 7 NAVSEA/NAVSEADIR Development of Explosive Non-Acoustic Sensing on Remotely Operated Vehicles for Littoral Threat Characterization in Complex Seabed Environments
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FAQ

Who can attend?

FST at NAVSEA Headquarters is not open to the public – attendees must register in advance. Exception: personnel already having access to the Humphreys Building. We welcome attendees from the acquisition, science & technology, and operations communities. In addition to the Department of Defense, we welcome other Federal agencies and members of the defense industry.

Is there a fee or cost to attend?

No – FST at NAVSEA Headquarters is presented free of charge.

Do I need to register?

Yes. Unless you already have unrestricted access to the Humphreys Building (Bldg 197), you need to register to attend FST at NAVSEA HQ. Please complete this form to request access to the FST Registration site.

Can I bring my cell phone? What are the restrictions on electronics?

Registered attendees my bring a personal cell phone or smart phone, including devices with cameras. The atrium is a “green zone” where cell phone use is authorized. Attendees may not bring in any computers, laptops, tablets or cameras. Please note that storage of these items is not available.

Are meals provided?

Meals are not provided however attendees are able to make use of the cafeteria adjacent to the Atrium for breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks – have lunch with a small business!

What is the recommended attire?

Business attire for civilians and uniform of the day for military attendees.

Do I have to attend for the full day

No. Feel free to come when you can and leave when you must. View the event schedule here.