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  • HEARS™ Tactical Radio Interface Adapter | TechLink
    US Air Force Research Laboratory Warfighter Interface Division has developed and deployed a patent pending Handheld Electronic Audio Radio Interface System HEARSTM platform This family of radio interface adapters is ruggedized for field use has proven to save time and increase mission recall accuracy for Air Force Special Operations Command AFSOC forces Historically handheld military tactical radio users cannot easily process record share or replay their radio communications in the field Follow on actions like mission debriefing tactics improvements training and future mission rehearsals rely on the operator s memory of actual events additional hurdles include the mental capacity time and inclination for each individual to capture accurately these often high stress situations Previous attempts to interface process radio transmissions are done up line at the push to talk device This results in several disadvantages including increased bulk power drain and cumbersome cables on the torso hence these devices are not broadly adopted as they are not practical for field use HEARSTM solves these problems by mating cleanly and unobtrusively to the MIL DTL 55116 connector Benefits Military Grade Low profile adapter uses minimal battery power imposes no extra wiring burden on the torso and is ruggedized for field use Seamless Integration In line integration with existing radios headsets and push to talk devices without changing in use field configurations requiring additional adapter cables or incurring new training burdens Increased Flexibility Interfaces with virtually any commercial headset enabling operators to choose the most appropriate headset for their mission User Friendly Provides a standard interface to plug in any audio recording or mobile device for capturing processing of radio transmission The Opportunity Successfully field tested by AF Special Ops Under consideration for broad implementation Patent application 14 187 378 and technical data package available for license US Air Force Research Laboratory

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/summaries/hears%E2%84%A2-tactical-radio-interface-adapter (2016-02-09)
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  • Brighter, Safer Flash-Bang Stun Grenade | TechLink
    Armament Research Development and Engineering Center ARDEC at Picatinny Arsenal has developed tested and patented a flash bang grenade that is more than 8 times brighter than the currently fielded device and temporarily incapacitates targets with flash blindness lasting 3 5 times longer The ARDEC stun grenade is based on the combination of a perchlorate free flash powder and a highly innovative reaction chamber design that yields higher performance and enhanced safety The chamber includes structural elements that first briefly hold back the reaction and then are consumed further fueling the reaction The combined result significantly enhances the sound and light intensity and overall effectiveness compared to other designs Benefits Dramatically Increased Target Incapacitation Delivers more than 10 seconds of flash blindness via up to 19 million candela of light intensity which is 3 5x longer flash blindness and more than 8x the light intensity of the currently fielded M84 flash bang sound output is 170 180 dB at 5 feet per military specifications Simple Cost Effective Manufacturing Designed to be cost competitive with current military and police models easily manufactured due to the use of dry blended pyrotechnic compositions instead of more costly wet chemistry manufacturing Greener Chemistry Perchlorate free flash powder chemistry yields a considerably more environmentally friendly device for use and training very small amounts of potassium perchlorate used in the fuse delay Safer Designed to be safer for the user produces less heat meets insensitive munitions standards and stays within a narrow radius after ignition so as not to present a projectile hazard The Opportunity US Patents 8 161 883 and 7 578 895 US Design Patent D642 235 and a technical design package are available for license Potential for collaboration with US Army Armament Research Development and Engineering Center researchers Contacts Dan Swanson CLP Senior

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/summaries/brighter-safer-flash-bang-stun-grenade (2016-02-09)
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  • Other | TechLink
    Source Locator Quick Release Connector for High Performance Human Cargo Restraint Systems The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a robust release mechanism Read more about Quick Release Connector for High Performance Human Cargo Restraint Systems Offset Force Clamp The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a tool that quickly and easily secures work pieces to grated cutting tables Read more about Offset Force Clamp Rugged Quick Disconnect Trailer Mount The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patented trailer ball mount technology that is simple versatile and capable of low maintenance operation in dusty and other challenging environments Read more about Rugged Quick Disconnect Trailer Mount Outboard Motor Quick Mount The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative design for the quick mounting and dismounting of outboard motors Read more about Outboard Motor Quick Mount U S Navy Firearm Accessory Technologies The Naval Surface Warfare Center NSWC in Dahlgren Virginia seeks to commercialize its development efforts through patent licensing These technologies enhance both military issue weapons and commercially available sporting arms Read more about U S Navy Firearm Accessory Technologies Rapid Adjust Muzzle System RAMS The US Army seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a mechanism which allows quick change modularity of firearm muzzle devices without the need of any special tools Read more about Rapid Adjust Muzzle System RAMS Chlorine Dioxide Disinfectant for Surface or Rinse Applications The US Army Natick Soldier RDEC seeks partners to commercialize a novel method for rapidly controllably and safely generating aqueous chlorine dioxide from inexpensive dry reagents for spray on or rinse disinfectant applications Read more about Chlorine Dioxide Disinfectant for Surface or Rinse Applications Tactical Folding Knife US Navy seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a unique folding

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/categories/other?page=1 (2016-02-09)
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  • Dr. Will Swearingen, CLP | TechLink
    nationally recognized center Will has over 20 years of experience directing technology transfer and R D programs Besides managing TechLink Will served as the leader of a National Science Foundation funded Partnerships for Innovation project from 2002 2006 which played a key role in starting up 12 new technology firms He has extensive hands on experience brokering technology transfer agreements for DoD Will has an MA degree in geography from

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/staff/dr-will-swearingen-clp (2016-02-09)
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  • Ray Friesenhahn, CLP | TechLink
    SBIR and technology transition assistance programs Under his direction TechLink s DoD SBIR assistance program has expanded to a national scope Ray also has developed innovative state supported programs to assist Montana companies with all federal agency SBIR programs His work was recognized in 2007 with a prestigious National Tibbetts Award for Outstanding Contributions to the SBIR Program Previously Ray conducted technology transfer for NASA for several years at the

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/staff/ray-friesenhahn-clp (2016-02-09)
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  • Sean Patten, CLP | TechLink
    In this position he has worked closely with DoD lab personnel to develop creative new ways to transfer software to industry In addition to software Sean s licensing specialties include electronics and photonics and sensors He has brokered over 85 license agreements and recently helped to pioneer an online licensing effort for the Air Force Sean was a key member of the development team for the Innovation Discovery Process implemented at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division and continues to serve as an experienced and dynamic panelist at Innovation Discovery events held at Navy Crane and other DoD labs These events generate significant invention disclosures for DoD labs and provide valuable insight into commercialization and potential market applications of lab technologies The Navy Crane Innovation Discovery Process was used as a model for a Navy wide Innovation Discovery event process Sean supports a variety of startup efforts most recently the highly successful Air Force Commercialization Academy In addition he provides IP and technology transfer training and development for DoD laboratory scientists engineers and technology transfer professionals Prior to joining TechLink Sean had more than 10 years of industry experience which included nationwide marketing sales and installation of high value

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/staff/sean-patten-clp (2016-02-09)
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  • Dr. Brian Metzger | TechLink
    He has over 18 years of industry experience from two startups and Silicon Valley tech companies LSI Logic and Applied Materials a Fortune 500 Semiconductor equipment company Through his work in new product development marketing and investor relations he has been able to remain at the science business interface during his career Brian specializes in advanced materials photonics and sensors and electronics He has a BS degree in chemistry from

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/staff/dr-brian-metzger (2016-02-09)
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  • Marti Elder, CLP | TechLink
    agreements involving sensors environmental technologies software medical devices engineered solutions and consumer goods Her technology management experience began when she served as the business director and chief financial officer for YES Technologies an R D company in Bozeman Montana In this capacity she managed a portfolio of dozens of patents and negotiated licenses for the company s proprietary technologies A noted expert in small business intellectual property strategies and management

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/staff/marti-elder-clp (2016-02-09)
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