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H-SB012.1-001
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

HSHQDC-12-C-00033 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-001 -0009-I
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 Phase I)
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

Integrated Solutions For Systems
4970 Corporate Drive
Suite 100
Huntsville, AL 35805-6230

06/01/2012
to
04/30/2013
$149,331.51

Our approach utilizes a mature, portable inflatable beam shelter to house modified commercial car wash equipment operated by an automated control system. The inflatable beam shelters are currently deployed with the US Military and are commonly used as decontamination shelters for military vehicles. The commercial wash equipment is modified to withstand the caustic chemical environment necessary to ensure sufficient decontamination. The entire tunnel wash system is deployed or stowed by 2 - 4 people in under 4 hours, operated by just 1 person, and packs into a common three-quarter ton pickup truck or van

H-SB012.1-001
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

HSHQDC-13-C-00028 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-001 -0009-II
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 Phase II)
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

Integrated Solutions For Systems
4970 Corporate Drive
Suite 100
Huntsville, AL 35805-6230

05/01/2013
to
04/30/2015
$806,690.28

Our approach utilizes a mature, portable inflatable beam shelter to house modified commercial car wash equipment operated by an automated control system. The inflatable beam shelters are currently deployed with the US Military and are commonly used as decontamination shelters for military vehicles. The commercial wash equipment is modified to withstand the caustic chemical environment necessary to ensure sufficient decontamination. The entire tunnel wash system is deployed or stowed by 2 - 4 people in under 4 hours, operated by just 1 person, and packs into a common three-quarter ton pickup truck or van

H-SB012.1-001
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

D14PC00233 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-001-0009-CRPP
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 CRPP)
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

Integrated Solutions For Systems
4970 Corporate Drive
Suite 100
Huntsville, AL 35805-6230

09/25/2014
to
10/11/2015
$198,160.77

Our approach utilizes a mature, portable inflatable beam shelter to house modified commercial car wash equipment operated by an automated control system. The inflatable beam shelters are currently deployed with the US Military and are commonly used as decontamination shelters for military vehicles. The commercial wash equipment is modified to withstand the caustic chemical environment necessary to ensure sufficient decontamination. The entire tunnel wash system is deployed or stowed by 2 - 4 people in under 4 hours, operated by just 1 person, and packs into a common three-quarter ton pickup truck or van

H-SB012.1-001
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

D15PC00247 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-001-0009-II2
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 2nd Phase II)
Non-freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnels

Integrated Solutions For Systems
4970 Corporate Drive
Suite 100
Huntsville, AL 35805-6230

09/25/2015
to
04/09/2017
$749,673.92

The Non-Freezing Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnel is a light-weight, portable and cost-effective means of disinfecting vehicles and equipment However, a critical part of the decontamination process that has yet to be addressed is the application of disinfectant chemicals to the inside of livestock transport trailers and the vehicle undercarriage -especially those that have transported potentially infectious livestock. The proposed Phase II effort addresses this gap through the development of the Vehicle Decontamination Robot (VDR). The VDR will autonomously navigate inside cargo trucks and trailers as well as under vehicles. Through the use of its 3D scanner, it will disinfect complex vehicle surfaces while the wash tunnel addresses the outside. The VDR will complete the vehicle decontamination process.

H-SB012.1-004
Firearms and Ammunition Test Equipment

D15PC00193 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-004-0015-CRPP
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 CRPP)
Virtual Shooter

Radiance Technologies, Inc.
350 Wynn Drive
Huntsville, AL 35805-1961

08/19/2015
to
08/18/2016
$199,995.10

The Phase II Virtual Shooter project objective is the design, development, fabrication, assembly, and test of a 6 degree-of-freedom (DOF) device which will fully simulate the recoil reactions of a wide range of human shooters, hand guns, and ammunition types. This program is based on the work now being completed under Phase I of SBIR topic no. H-SB012.1-004, contract number HSHQDC-12-C-00039, revised completion date Dec. 31, 2012. The work under this Phase I effort has produced a computer based dynamic shooter model based on extensive data acquired under the Phase I research effort. This model will be used as the basis for the primary objective of Phase II; the delivery of a complete 6DOF virtual shooter device to DHS S&T Directorate, National Firearms and Tactical Training Unit (NFTTU). This proposed Phase II program extends over two years, the first (base) year primary deliverable will be a prototype 6 DOF Virtual Shooter device demonstrating all of the basic capabilities desired by NFTTU. At the end of the second year a prototype production design will be demonstrated and delivered, ready for acceptance by DHS and for commercial sales. The initial TRL for the virtual shooter device at Phase II project inception is estimated to be 3. At the end of Phase II, the TRL is estimated to be 7 for the device.

H-SB012.1-004
Firearms and Ammunition Test Equipment

HSHQDC-12-C-00039 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-004-0015-I
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 Phase I)
Virtual Shooter

Radiance Technologies, Inc.
350 Wynn Drive
Huntsville, AL 35805-1961

06/01/2012
to
04/30/2013
$149,921.32

The Phase I project seeks to develop a design basis for a firearm testing device which will provide a "virtual shooter" for the operation and measurement of handgun and ammunition performance. The reactions of real human shooters will be measured as a function of the specific firing action results of the test weapon on the human physiology. A six degree-of-freedom (6DOF) model will be developed based on and validated by the collected real-shooter reaction data. The model will also be calibrated to predict the reaction of real shooters to firing tests as a function of the various modeled physical shooter types. A Phase 1 option may be added to develop a complete design of the Virtual Shooter mechanical firing device. Under Phase II, a specific "virtual shooter" device will be constructed and tested. This device will permit firearms and ammunition testing in a highly quantitative manner while avoiding physical risks to human testers. Specific human reactions (recoil, accuracy, etc,) may by this means be directly related to firearm and ammunitions design parameters through the virtual shooter characteristics of the 6DOF test device. The initial TRL for model and device at project inception is estimated to be 3. At the end of Phase I, the TRL is estimated to be 6 for the model and 4 for the device, which will be designed, fabricated, developed, and tested under Phase II of the program to a final TRL of 6.

H-SB012.1-004
Firearms and Ammunition Test Equipment

HSHQDC-13-C-00026 DHS SBIR-2012.1-H-SB012.1-004-0015-II
(DHS SBIR-2012.1 Phase II)
Virtual Shooter

Radiance Technologies, Inc.
350 Wynn Drive
Huntsville, AL 35805-1961

05/01/2013
to
05/31/2015
$747,708.93

The Phase II Virtual Shooter project objective is the design, development, fabrication, assembly, and test of a 6 degree-of-freedom (DOF) device which will fully simulate the recoil reactions of a wide range of human shooters, hand guns, and ammunition types. This program is based on the work now being completed under Phase I of SBIR topic no. H-SB012.1-004, contract number HSHQDC-12-C-00039, revised completion date Dec. 31, 2012. The work under this Phase I effort has produced a computer based dynamic shooter model based on extensive data acquired under the Phase I research effort. This model will be used as the basis for the primary objective of Phase II; the delivery of a complete 6DOF virtual shooter device to DHS S&T Directorate, National Firearms and Tactical Training Unit (NFTTU). This proposed Phase II program extends over two years, the first (base) year primary deliverable will be a prototype 6 DOF Virtual Shooter device demonstrating all of the basic capabilities desired by NFTTU. At the end of the second year a prototype production design will be demonstrated and delivered, ready for acceptance by DHS and for commercial sales. The initial TRL for the virtual shooter device at Phase II project inception is estimated to be 3. At the end of Phase II, the TRL is estimated to be 7 for the device.