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Scientific Systems Company Wins $750K Air Force Grant For Software Technology for 3-D Surveillance
Scientific Systems Company Wins $750K Air Force Grant For Software Technology for 3-D Surveillance
By Robotics Trends Staff - Filed Aug 24, 2009

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SSCI wins grant from SBIR program focused on surveillance systems that capture very high-quality 3-D images using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technology.



Scientific Systems Company, Inc. (SSCI), a leading developer of technology solutions for defense and industrial suppliers, today announced it has been awarded a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Air Force to develop high-quality three-dimensional (3-D) imaging technologies for use in automated surveillance systems. The Small Business Investment Research (SBIR) grant leverages SSCI’s technology enabling intelligent autonomous land-based and aerial unmanned systems to perform their missions in hostile or challenging environments.

“Our technology platform provides the brains and nervous systems for unmanned vehicles to operate autonomously and accomplish their missions flawlessly,” said Dr. Raman Mehra, Founder & CEO of SSCI. “Being selected for this critical U.S. Air Force development program underscores the importance of the technologies SSCI is developing.”

The SBIR program is seeking new technologies enabling future surveillance systems to capture very high-quality 3-D images of vehicles, buildings, terrain and other subjects using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technology. SSCI will develop SAR 3-D imaging technology capable of providing uniform wide-area intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance gathering capabilities in all weather, both day and night. The technology will enable autonomous unmanned vehicles to navigate and identify targets on the ground. It will also enable highly accurate SAR 3-D aerial reconnaissance by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

SSCI (http://www.ssci.com) will present a technical paper and meet customers at AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems North America 2009 conference in Washington D.C. from Aug. 10-13 (Booth #129).

About Scientific Systems Company, Inc.
Scientific Systems Company, Inc. (SSCI) pioneers products and technologies providing intelligence for unmanned ground, air and maritime vehicles to autonomously and collaboratively accomplish their missions. A leading developer of technology solutions for defense and industrial suppliers, SSCI is one of the top 20 recipients of Small Business Innovation Research awards in the U.S. and is recognized by the U.S. Navy and Army for its successful technology transitions. A privately held Massachusetts company, SSCI collaborates with a network of defense industry prime contractors and consultants, drawing on an accumulated investment of over $150 million in advanced research and development funding.

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Greg Moeller
Scientific Systems Company, Inc.
P:  781-933-5355 x295
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