CAGE 27327 - HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.
USA

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.

DBA HONEYWELL

DIV AEROSPACE GOLDEN VALLEY

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

CAGE Code: 27327
DUNS: 039380407
1985 DOUGLAS DR N
GOLDEN VALLEY MN 55422-3935
UNITED STATES

Telephone: 763-954-2712
Fax: 763-954-5495

HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC., DBA HONEYWELL, DIV AEROSPACE GOLDEN VALLEY, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY is an Active Manufacturer with the Cage Code 27327 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 039380407.

Additional Data For CAGE 27327

Status:A
Associated CAGE:017N4
Type:A
Affiliation:D
Size:E
Primary Business:J
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:S2401A
ADP CNT CT:HQ0339

USA Government Contracting Activity for 27327

Monday, November 20, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF ASSURANCE REASONING FOR INCREASINGLY AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS (ARIAS)
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA96T     NNL16AA06B  
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6920: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
692L79: 692L79 DOT FAA TECHNICAL CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES: CONTRACTING OFFICER - FROM NICOLE SAIAUSKIE TO RHODA FAJARDO ADDING ALTERNATE COR, CHAKRADHAR (CHUCK) AGAVA
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DTFACT15C00024  
Friday, October 13, 2017
$500,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
DEVELOPMENT OF AN AIRBORNE LOW COST, SIZE, WEIGHT, AND POWER SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (C-SWAP) FOR DETECTING AND TRACKING NON-COOPERATIVE AIRCRAFT SUPPORTING UAS DETECT AND AVOID
AJ16: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: PHYSICAL SCIENCES (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  80AFRC18M0001  
Thursday, September 14, 2017
$273,235.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE: CATEGORY-THEORETIC APPROACHES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS B.DESCRIPTION AND A HISTORY OF THE NRA AND THE PROJECT BEING AWARDED: THIS PROCUREMENT WAS COMPETITIVELY SOLICITED UNDER AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) NUMBER NNH13ZEA001N, NASA AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS (ROA) 2013 APPENDIX B.2, PROGRAM: SYSTEM-WIDE SAFETY ASSURANCE TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT (SSAT1), SUBTOPIC NUMBER AFCS-1.5: DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS: DISTRIBUTED AIRSPACE SYSTEMS, RELEASED ON DECEMBER 18,2012. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE INTRINSIC SAFETY ATTRIBUTES OF CURRENT AND FUTURE AIR VEHICLES THAT WILL OPERATE IN THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (NEXTGEN). A CENTRAL GOAL OF NEXTGEN IS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND CAPACITY OF OUR NATIONS AIRPORTS AND AIRSPACE THROUGH THE STRATEGIC USE OF EXISTING AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. AUTOMATION WILL PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE REALIZATION OF THIS GOAL THROUGH A BROAD RANGE OF APPLICATIONS SUCH AS AUTOMATING LOW-LEVEL BACKGROUND ACTIVITIES TO FREE HUMAN OPERATORS TO FOCUS ON HIGHER-COMPLEXITY TASKS, PROVIDING AUTOMATED ADVISORIES TO A HUMAN OPERATOR TO SUPPORT DECISION-MAKING, OR COMPLETELY REPLACING SOME INSTANCES OF HUMAN DECISION-MAKING. HONEYWELL WAS SELECTED TO PURSUE SUBTOPIC SSAT AFCS 1.5 WHEREAS THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP INITIAL CAPABILITIES TO ANALYZE AND ASSESS SAFETY OF NEXTGEN CAPABILITIES FROM A DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE. THE PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT EFFORT WILL BE PERFORMED OVER THREE YEARS, IN ONE-YEAR PHASED INCREMENTS. THE PURPOSE OF SETTING UP THE CONTRACT IN THIS MANNER SERVES TWO PURPOSES. FIRST, IN PHASE I, THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED IS BASIC RESEARCH; SHOULD THE RESEARCH NOT ACHIEVE THE GOALS SET OUT IN THE STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW), THE WORK CAN BE CONCLUDED AT THE END OF THE PHASE (BASE PERIOD). AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PERFORMANCE IN PHASE I, HONEYWELL WILL CONDUCT A BRIEFING THAT SUMMARIZES ALL ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AND DESCRIBE THE RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED. THIS WILL BE THE BASIS FOR DETERMINING WHETHER TO PROCEED INTO PHASE II. THE SAME REVIEW PROCESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE END OF PHASE II. SECONDLY, ANOTHER REASON FOR THE PHASED APPROACHED IS THAT THERE IS A RISK THAT FUNDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE THE EFFORT. BY ESTABLISHING 3 ONE-YEAR PHASES, SEVERABLE POINTS IN THE CONTRACT ARE ESTABLISHED. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE I OF THIS CONTRACT WILL BE TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2015. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE II IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2016. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE III IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017. THE TOTAL POTENTIAL PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR THIS CONTRACT IS THIRTY-SIX MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL14AA05C  
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
$54,643.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
($46,502.28)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
VEHICLE INTEGRATED PROGNOSTIC REASONER (VIPR)
AC12: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: AIRCRAFT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  NNL09AD44T     NNL09AA08B  
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
$92,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Friday, August 11, 2017
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6920: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
692L79: 692L79 DOT FAA TECHNICAL CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF BAA CONTRACT
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DTFACT15C00024  
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
($10,000.00)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT IS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM FUNDAMENTAL TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT.THE BAART CONTRACT IS AWARDED AS A MULTIPLE AWARD INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY IDIQ CONTRACT, WHICH OFFERS THE MOST FLEXIBILITY FOR THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE PWS IS STRUCTURED TO SUPPORT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS, DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, INCLUDING FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS.THE BAART CONTRACT WILL PROVIDE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT-CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM BASIC TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT. THE SCOPE OF BAART INCLUDES: THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD STRUCTURES, MATERIALS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS AND ACOUSTICS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY SMAAART CONTRACT THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH FCSR CONTRACT, AND INCLUDES PORTIONS OF SCOPE OF THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD INFLATABLE AERODYNAMIC DECELERATOR IAD AND THE CURRENT SINGLE AWARD CONTRACT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SAC D IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE NUMBER OF COMPETITIVE OFFERORS THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT PWS OF BAART WAS DIVIDED INTO FIVE TECHNICAL TRACKS BASED ON A LOGICAL GROUPING OF TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK A CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS. TRACK B CONSISTED OF SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS. TRACK C CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENTRY DESCENT AND LANDING. TRACK D CONSISTED OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK E CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. MULTIPLE AWARDS WERE MADE TO OFFERORS IN EACH TECHNICAL TRACK. TRACK B WAS RESTRICTED AS A SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE ALL OTHER TRACKS WERE COMPETED AS FULL AND OPEN
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA06B     NNL14ZB1001R  
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
$339,167.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF NRA (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT) ENHANCING AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE OPERATIONS WITHIN NASAS AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD), THE TECHNOLOGIES FOR AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS (TASA) SUB-PROJECT OF THE AIRSPACE TECHNOLOGIES DEMONSTRATION (ATD) PROJECT IN THE AIRSPACE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROGRAM (ISRP) HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO EXPLORE AND DEVELOP NEW SOLUTION CONCEPTS THAT CAN REDUCE THE LIKELIHOOD OF LOSS OF AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS BY FLIGHT CREWS. THE TASA SUB-PROJECT IS A FIVE-YEAR ACTIVITY WITH SEVERAL LINES OF INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY OR PLANNED (FY15-FY19). THE CONTRACTED EFFORT DESCRIBED HERE CONTRIBUTES TO ONE OF THESE LINES OF INVESTIGATION. ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT RATES FOR COMMERCIAL AVIATION CONTINUE TO BE AT OR NEAR THEIR LOWEST LEVELS IN HISTORY AND ARE FAR BETTER THAN OTHER MODES OF TRANSPORTATION. THESE LOW RATES CAN BE ATTRIBUTED IN PART TO ADVANCES IN THE PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY OF AIRCRAFT AND THEIR ASSOCIATED ONBOARD SYSTEMS. HOWEVER, RECENT STUDIES BY THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM (CAST) AND THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA), AS WELL AS RECENT EVENTS, INDICATE A CONCERNING TREND. THIS TREND INVOLVES THE EFFECT OF GROWING SYSTEM COMPLEXITY ON FLIGHT CREW UNDERSTANDING OF THE STATE OF SYSTEMS, SUBSYSTEMS, AND INTERDEPENDENCIES, PARTICULARLY IN SOMETIMES RAPIDLY-CHANGING SITUATIONS. OFTEN, THESE EFFECTS ARE DESCRIBED USING ABSTRACT TERMS SUCH AS LOSS OF FLIGHT CREW SITUATION AWARENESS, LOSS OF AUTOMATION MODE AWARENESS, AND AUTOMATION MODE CONFUSION. POST-HOC COMMENTS FROM PILOTS WILL MENTION SURPRISES WHERE THE SYSTEMS BEHAVED IN WAYS THE FLIGHT CREW DID NOT EXPECT, FOLLOWED BY COMMENTS SUCH AS WHY DID IT DO THAT, WHAT IS IT DOING NOW AND WHAT WILL IT DO NEXT. AS PILOTS HAVE THE FINAL AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR ASSURING SAFETY-OF-FLIGHT, AN EFFECTIVE DESIGN SHOULD PROVIDE FOR MANAGEABLE WORKLOAD, COMPREHENSIBLE SYSTEMS, AND APPROPRIATE FORMS OF INTERVENTION, ESPECIALLY IN OFF-NOMINAL SITUATIONS. DESPITE THIS TREND, RECENT YEARS HAVE SEEN A TREMENDOUS INCREASE IN THE PREVALENCE AND USE OF INFORMATION AUTOMATION (I.E., DECISION SUPPORT FUNCTIONS). SIMILARLY, CURRENT PLANS FOR MODERNIZATION CALL FOR AN EVER-GREATER RELIANCE ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND AUTONOMOUS FUNCTIONS. THUS, IT MAY BECOME EVEN MORE DIFFICULT FOR PILOTS TO MAINTAIN AWARENESS AND TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE SYSTEMS ARE DOING, WHAT THEY ARE INTENDED TO DO, AND WHAT THEY ARE NOT INTENDED TO DO. FURTHER EXACERBATING THE PROBLEM IS THE FACT THAT AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ARE DESIGNED TO BE VERY RELIABLE AND PILOTS HAVE GROWN TO TRUST THEM, AND IN NEARLY ALL CASES THIS TRUST IS WARRANTED. HOWEVER, BECAUSE HUMANS ARE TYPICALLY NOT GOOD AT MONITORING FOR RARE EVENTS, AND IT IS INDEED THE RARE EVENT THAT TRIGGERS UNEXPECTED SYSTEM BEHAVIOR (E.G., AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT) DUE TO FAILURES, THE CREW MAY END UP IN A DIFFICULT, UNTRAINED, INCOMPREHENSIBLE SITUATION. THIS STATEMENT OF WORK IS THE RESULT OF A PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY HONEYWELL, INC., FOR AWARD UNDER THE NASA HEADQUARTERS AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) ENTITLED RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS 2015, AMENDMENT NNH15ZEA001N, SUBTOPIC 2.2.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL17AA31T     NNL16AA06B  
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
$100,157.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Thursday, July 13, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Monday, July 10, 2017
$697,610.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8750: FA8750 AFRL RIK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF FORMULIZATION INTEGRITY BASED ON BLUR
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA875016C0190     FA875015R0001  
Friday, July 7, 2017
$401,183.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Thursday, June 29, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF MOD FOR WORK WITHIN SCOPE AND EXTEND POP THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS A NASA ARMD FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH PROJECT ALIGNED WITH THE STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES DESCRIBED IN THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND THE 2014 NASA AERONAUTICS STRATEGIC PLAN. THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS AIMED AT PROVIDING THE RESEARCH AND LEADERSHIP TO ENABLE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW GENERATION OF SUPERSONIC CIVIL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT. THE PROJECT S NEAR TERM OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP THE TOOLS AND INTEGRATED CONCEPTS THAT WILL ENABLE DEMONSTRATION OF OVERLAND SUPERSONIC FLIGHT WITH ACCEPTABLE SONIC BOOM. THE CURRENT REGULATORY PROHIBITION OF FLIGHT THAT PRODUCES A SONIC BOOM OVER POPULATIONS IS VIEWED AS THE PRINCIPAL BARRIER TO FUTURE SUPERSONIC CIVIL AVIATION. A KEY ELEMENT OF THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT VALIDATION OF PREDICTIVE METHODS, CONCEPTS, AND TECHNIQUES. INCREASED EFFECTIVENESS OF CURRENT SYSTEMS OR BETTER TECHNIQUES AND METHODS ARE NEEDED TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY OF VALIDATION OPPORTUNITIES. AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS HAVE DECLARED THAT A COCKPIT DISPLAY SHOWING SONIC BOOMS WILL BE ESSENTIAL FOR ANY FUTURE CIVILIAN SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT, AND ITS USE IS ENVISIONED TO BE AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF A NEW CERTIFICATION STANDARD FOR LOW-BOOM OVERLAND FLIGHT. A NUMERIC MODEL WILL BE DEVELOPED, REFINED AND EXERCISED OVER THE THREE YEARS. FLIGHT TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS. THE FIRST TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED AT ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER, FOR CONTINUITY WITH THE BULK OF PRIOR FLIGHT TESTS. THE REMAINING TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT DIVERSE LOCATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. LOCATIONS WILL BE IN EXISTING SUPERSONIC AIRSPACES USED BY THE MILITARY. VARIETY AT EACH LOCATION WILL BE OBTAINED BY FLYING AT DIFFERENT TIMES OF DAY. ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS WILL BE DOCUMENTED, SO THAT FLIGHT TEST CONDITIONS CAN BE USED AS INPUT TO THE NUMERIC MODEL. THE RESULTS OF EXERCISING THE NUMERIC MODEL WILL THEN BE USED TO DEVELOP PRACTICAL ALGORITHMS FOR SIGNATURES AND LOUDNESS THAT WILL BE INCORPORATED INTO PCBOOM, NASA S GENERAL PURPOSE SONIC BOOM PROPAGATION SOFTWARE.
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Monday, June 26, 2017
$184,467.39
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Thursday, June 22, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
140D63: IBC ACQ SERVICES DIVISION (00063)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF DARPA - TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS.
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Thursday, June 22, 2017
$56,251.78
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
$550,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF OTHER ESTCP PROJECT EW-201720 INTELLIGENT BUILDING MANAGEMENT WITH HOLISTIC DIGITAL LIGHTING
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ17C0017  
Friday, June 9, 2017
$48,817.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Monday, May 8, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8620: FA8620 AFLCMC WI

D: BOA
ACAT III BIG SAFARI
1680: MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES AND COMPONENTS

  FA862017G4015  
Monday, May 8, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
140D63: IBC ACQ SERVICES DIVISION (00063)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF DARPA - TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS.
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
$427,930.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Thursday, April 20, 2017
$258,177.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF ASSURANCE REASONING FOR INCREASINGLY AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS (ARIAS)
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA96T     NNL16AA06B  
Monday, April 17, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TASK ORDER ENTITLED "SPATIAL DISORIENTATION MITIGATION: EXISTING AND NEW METHODS". IN DECEMBER 2014, AS A RESULT OF ANALYZING 18 LOSS-OF-CONTROL EVENTS, THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM (CAST) RECOMMENDED RESEARCH INTO FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES THAT HAVE POTENTIAL TO MITIGATE THE PROBLEMS AND CONTRIBUTING FACTORS THAT LEAD TO FLIGHT CREW LOSS OF AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS (ASA) AND CONDITIONS LIKELY TO PRODUCE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION. THE AVIATION COMMUNITY (GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA) HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH CONDUCTING RESEARCH IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: 1. ASSESS THE RELATIVE BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS METHODS OF DISPLAYING ANGLE-OF-ATTACK ON THE FLIGHT DECK. 2. DEVELOP AND REFINE ALGORITHMS AND DISPLAY STRATEGIES TO PROVIDE CONTROL GUIDANCE FOR RECOVERY FROM APPROACH-TO-STALL OR STALL. 3. DEVELOP AND REFINE SYSTEMS THAT PREDICT THE FUTURE AIRCRAFT ENERGY STATE AND/OR AUTOFLIGHT CONFIGURATION IF THE CURRENT COURSE OF ACTION IS CONTINUED AND PROVIDE APPROPRIATE ALERTING. 4. COST-EFFECTIVE, USER-CENTERED FLIGHT DECK ALERTING SYSTEMS TO ALERT FLIGHT CREWS; ESPECIALLY FOR THE TWO CONDITIONS THAT PRODUCED SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE ASA EVENT DATA SET (SUB-THRESHOLD ROLLS AND THE SOMATOGRAVIC ILLUSION). THEY SUGGEST THIS RESEARCH SHOULD RAISE THE TECHNOLOGY READINESS LEVEL (TRL) OF THESE FEATURES TO A LEVEL THAT ENABLES COST-EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION AND CERTIFICATION OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES. THIS WORK SUPPORTS THE NASA AIRSPACE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROGRAM (AOSP), AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM) TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS (ATD) PROJECT, TECHNOLOGIES FOR AIRCRAFT STATE AWARENESS (TASA) SUB-PROJECT IN SUPPORT OF CAST'S SAFETY ENHANCEMENT #207, OUTCOME #4.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL15AC08T     NNL13AA04B  
Friday, April 7, 2017
$71,871.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8750: FA8750 AFRL RIK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OG FORMALIZATION INTEGRITY BASED ON BLUR"
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA875016C0190     FA875015R0001  
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
$89,234.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Monday, March 27, 2017
($10,987.52)
6900: Department of Transportation
6925: FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
693JJ3: FHWA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CLOSEOUT
AJ42: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTFH6114C00004  
Monday, February 27, 2017
$552,281.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80GRC0: NASA GLENN RESEARCH CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IGF::OT::IGF C2 SATCOM SYSTEM DESIGN/DEVELOP/FABRICATE/TEST THE PARTNER SHALL CONDUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS FOR THE C2 SATCOM SYSTEM. THE SATCOM TRANSCEIVER DESIGNS SHALL BE CONSISTENT WITH PRELIMINARY PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN RTCA INC'S SPECIAL COMMITTEE 228 (SC-228) DOCUMENTATION, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED BY NASA. THE TRANSCEIVERS SHALL OPERATE WITHIN PROPOSED KU&KA-BAND SATCOM FREQUENCY SPECTRUM FOR UAS (10.95-11.2 GHZ, 11.45-11.7 GHZ, 11.7-12.2 GHZ, 19.7-20.2 GHZ, 14-14.47 GHZ, AND 29.5-30.0 GHZ) AS DESIGNATED IN ITU-R WRC-2015 RESOLUTION 155, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED BY NASA. SIMULTANEOUS OPERATION IN BOTH KU AND KA BANDS IS NOT REQUIRED. - PARTNER MILESTONES FOR THIS EFFORT SHALL CONSIST OF: 1. GENERATE PROJECT PLAN 2. DEVELOP TRADE STUDY 3. DEVELOP SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS 4. PRELIMINARY DESIGN REVIEW 5. CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW 6. FABRICATE PROTOTYPE 7. FIRST PROTOTYPE TEST 8. REVISION DESIGN REVIEW 9. UPDATE PROTOTYPE 10. SECOND PROTOTYPE TEST B. C2 SATCOM SYSTEM CERTIFICATION - THE C2 SATCOM HARDWARE BEING DEVELOPED UNDER THIS EFFORT IS FOR TEST AND VALIDATION ONBOARD PUBLIC-USE AIRCRAFT, THUS A SUPPLEMENTAL TYPE CERTIFICATE (STC) OR CERTIFIED HARDWARE IS NOT NECESSARY. THE INTENT OF THIS EFFORT IS TO DEVELOP SATCOM HARDWARE THAT IS ON A PATH TO CERTIFICATION. THE PARTNER SHALL CONDUCT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE C2 SATCOM SYSTEM UNDER A PROCESS CONSISTENT WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CERTIFIED RADIO. C. C2 SATCOM SYSTEM FABRICATION - THE PARTNER SHALL DELIVER TO NASA GRC THREE (3) SETS OF PROTOTYPE TRANSCEIVERS, CONSISTING OF THREE (3) AIRBORNE TRANSCEIVERS AND THREE (3) GROUND BASED TRANSCEIVERS. - THE PARTNER SHALL DELIVER TO NASA GRC THREE (3) AIRBORNE ANTENNAS. D. C2 SATCOM TIME - THE PARTNER SHALL PROVIDE SATELLITE TIME FOR THE AIRBORNE AND GROUND TESTING OF THE C2 SATCOM SYSTEM, FOR BOTH NASA AND PARTNER TESTING. E. C2 SATCOM FLIGHT TEST SUPPORT - THE PARTNER SHALL SUPPORT THE NASA GRC GROUND AND FLIGHT TESTS OF THE PROTOTYPE SATCOM SYSTEM, WITH ONSITE PERSONNEL AS REQUESTED FROM NASA, CONDUCT ANALYSIS OF DATA COLLECTED DURING THE FLIGHT TEST, AND DELIVER FLIGHT TEST REPORTS. F. C2 SATCOM STANDARDS SUPPORT - THE PARTNER SHALL SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RTCA SC-228 SATCOM MOPS, BY PARTICIPATING IN RTCA SC-228 C2 TECHNICAL TELECONFERENCES AND MEETINGS, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE INFORMATION ON PROTOTYPE SATCOM SYSTEM DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT, AND RESULTS FROM TESTS OF THE PROTOTYPE EQUIPMENT. G. FREQUENCY LICENSES FOR RADIO OPERATIONS AT LOCATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED UNDER NASA RESPONSIBILITIES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTNER. H. THE PARTNER SHALL PROVIDE ALL DATA NECESSARY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR C2 SATCOM SYSTEMS FOR UAS OPERATIONS IN THE NAS DEVELOPED UNDER THIS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT. THE PARTNER SHALL MAKE THIS DATA AVAILABLE TO NASA AND TO THE RELEVANT STANDARDS BODIES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO RTCA, EUROCAE, ICAO, ITU-R AND AEEC.)
5810: COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS

  NNC16AA02A  
Monday, February 27, 2017
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
140D63: IBC ACQ SERVICES DIVISION (00063)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF DARPA - TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS.
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Thursday, February 23, 2017
$647,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE (CSTAR)
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Friday, February 3, 2017
$789,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Thursday, February 2, 2017
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6920: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
692L79: FAA TECHNICAL CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF BAA CONTRACT
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DTFACT15C00024  
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA)AWARD FOR COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT. THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS WORK IS TO REEXAMINE CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES WITH RESPECT TO THEIR VULNERABILITY TO SD AND LESA (SD/LESA) IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT, AND TO DEVELOP AND VALIDATE SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS THESE VULNERABILITIES. FINDINGS FROM THIS WORK WILL BE USED TO ENHANCE THE DESIGN OF TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED TO SERVE THE GENERAL AVIATION, BUSINESS AVIATION, AND COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT MARKETS, ALLOWING THIS WORK TO HAVE AN IMMEDIATE PRACTICAL IMPACT ACROSS A BROAD CROSS SECTION OF COMMERCIAL AVIATION OPERATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, AS PART OF THIS THREE-YEAR EFFORT, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC OVERALL OBJECTIVES: DEVELOP TAXONOMY OF FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL LEVERAGE EXISTING COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM / JOINT SAFETY ANALYSIS TEAM (CAST/JSAT) ANALYSES AND ACCIDENT DATA TO DETERMINE VOIDS IN CURRENT SD/LESA DATA AND HOW PRESENT-DAY AUTOMATION AND NEXTGEN OPERATIONS IMPACTS SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ANALYZE ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT EVENTS THAT INVOLVED SD/LESA TO IDENTIFY HOW AND WHY CURRENT AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS AND EXISTING MITIGATION STRATEGIES FAILED TO PREVENT SUCH LOC EVENTS (INCLUDING AUTOMATION, ALERT DESIGNS, MODE AWARENESS ISSUES, ETC); AND EVALUATE THE DESIGN EVOLUTION IN AIRWORTHINESS STANDARDS FOR TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT LOCATED IN 14 CFR PART 25 AND ACCOMPANYING CHANGES IN VISUAL DOMINANCE. DEVELOP DESIGN CRITERIA, INCLUDING VISUAL DOMINANCE CRITERIA, FOR MAINTAINING ENERGY AND ATTITUDE STATE AWARENESS TO BE USED IN RE-ASSESSING THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF SD AND/OR LESA AND ASSOCIATED PILOT INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS TO AVOID LOC IN CREWED FLIGHT DECK OPERATIONS. DEVELOP A PILOT AND AIRCRAFT MODEL TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL FOR LOC BASED ON THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY DISPLAY ELEMENTS. CONDUCT AN ANALYSIS OF NEXT GEN OPERATIONS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO AIR TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS JET OPERATIONS. DEVELOP SCENARIOS WHEREBY A MOTION-BASED FLIGHT SIMULATOR, TYPICAL OF A LEVEL D FLIGHT SIMULATION FACILITY, CAN RECREATE AND INDUCE APPROPRIATE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION ILLUSIONS FOR EXPERIMENTAL TESTING. DEVELOP FLIGHT DECK DISPLAY DESIGN(S) AND/OR OTHER FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) NECESSARY TO ADDRESS IDENTIFIED SD AND/OR LESA VULNERABILITIES. THE TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) SHALL ADVANCE THE STATE-OF-THE-SCIENCE STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE SD/LESA. ASSESS EFFICACY OF BASELINE AND DEVELOPED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) IN THE CONTEXT OF NEXTGEN OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS.
7641: AERONAUTICAL MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS

  NNL13AA00C  
Monday, November 21, 2016
$213,357.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS, FAULT-TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
$660,833.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF NRA (NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT) ENHANCING AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE OPERATIONS WITHIN NASAS AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD), THE TECHNOLOGIES FOR AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS (TASA) SUB-PROJECT OF THE AIRSPACE TECHNOLOGIES DEMONSTRATION (ATD) PROJECT IN THE AIRSPACE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROGRAM (ISRP) HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO EXPLORE AND DEVELOP NEW SOLUTION CONCEPTS THAT CAN REDUCE THE LIKELIHOOD OF LOSS OF AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS BY FLIGHT CREWS. THE TASA SUB-PROJECT IS A FIVE-YEAR ACTIVITY WITH SEVERAL LINES OF INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY OR PLANNED (FY15-FY19). THE CONTRACTED EFFORT DESCRIBED HERE CONTRIBUTES TO ONE OF THESE LINES OF INVESTIGATION. ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT RATES FOR COMMERCIAL AVIATION CONTINUE TO BE AT OR NEAR THEIR LOWEST LEVELS IN HISTORY AND ARE FAR BETTER THAN OTHER MODES OF TRANSPORTATION. THESE LOW RATES CAN BE ATTRIBUTED IN PART TO ADVANCES IN THE PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY OF AIRCRAFT AND THEIR ASSOCIATED ONBOARD SYSTEMS. HOWEVER, RECENT STUDIES BY THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM (CAST) AND THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA), AS WELL AS RECENT EVENTS, INDICATE A CONCERNING TREND. THIS TREND INVOLVES THE EFFECT OF GROWING SYSTEM COMPLEXITY ON FLIGHT CREW UNDERSTANDING OF THE STATE OF SYSTEMS, SUBSYSTEMS, AND INTERDEPENDENCIES, PARTICULARLY IN SOMETIMES RAPIDLY-CHANGING SITUATIONS. OFTEN, THESE EFFECTS ARE DESCRIBED USING ABSTRACT TERMS SUCH AS LOSS OF FLIGHT CREW SITUATION AWARENESS, LOSS OF AUTOMATION MODE AWARENESS, AND AUTOMATION MODE CONFUSION. POST-HOC COMMENTS FROM PILOTS WILL MENTION SURPRISES WHERE THE SYSTEMS BEHAVED IN WAYS THE FLIGHT CREW DID NOT EXPECT, FOLLOWED BY COMMENTS SUCH AS WHY DID IT DO THAT, WHAT IS IT DOING NOW AND WHAT WILL IT DO NEXT. AS PILOTS HAVE THE FINAL AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR ASSURING SAFETY-OF-FLIGHT, AN EFFECTIVE DESIGN SHOULD PROVIDE FOR MANAGEABLE WORKLOAD, COMPREHENSIBLE SYSTEMS, AND APPROPRIATE FORMS OF INTERVENTION, ESPECIALLY IN OFF-NOMINAL SITUATIONS. DESPITE THIS TREND, RECENT YEARS HAVE SEEN A TREMENDOUS INCREASE IN THE PREVALENCE AND USE OF INFORMATION AUTOMATION (I.E., DECISION SUPPORT FUNCTIONS). SIMILARLY, CURRENT PLANS FOR MODERNIZATION CALL FOR AN EVER-GREATER RELIANCE ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND AUTONOMOUS FUNCTIONS. THUS, IT MAY BECOME EVEN MORE DIFFICULT FOR PILOTS TO MAINTAIN AWARENESS AND TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE SYSTEMS ARE DOING, WHAT THEY ARE INTENDED TO DO, AND WHAT THEY ARE NOT INTENDED TO DO. FURTHER EXACERBATING THE PROBLEM IS THE FACT THAT AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ARE DESIGNED TO BE VERY RELIABLE AND PILOTS HAVE GROWN TO TRUST THEM, AND IN NEARLY ALL CASES THIS TRUST IS WARRANTED. HOWEVER, BECAUSE HUMANS ARE TYPICALLY NOT GOOD AT MONITORING FOR RARE EVENTS, AND IT IS INDEED THE RARE EVENT THAT TRIGGERS UNEXPECTED SYSTEM BEHAVIOR (E.G., AUTOPILOT DISCONNECT) DUE TO FAILURES, THE CREW MAY END UP IN A DIFFICULT, UNTRAINED, INCOMPREHENSIBLE SITUATION. THIS STATEMENT OF WORK IS THE RESULT OF A PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY HONEYWELL, INC., FOR AWARD UNDER THE NASA HEADQUARTERS AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) ENTITLED RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS 2015, AMENDMENT NNH15ZEA001N, SUBTOPIC 2.2.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL17AA31T     NNL16AA06B  
Monday, November 14, 2016
$267,701.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF NRA THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TASK ORDER ENTITLED "SPATIAL DISORIENTATION MITIGATION: EXISTING AND NEW METHODS". IN DECEMBER 2014, AS A RESULT OF ANALYZING 18 LOSS-OF-CONTROL EVENTS, THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM (CAST) RECOMMENDED RESEARCH INTO FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES THAT HAVE POTENTIAL TO MITIGATE THE PROBLEMS AND CONTRIBUTING FACTORS THAT LEAD TO FLIGHT CREW LOSS OF AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS (ASA) AND CONDITIONS LIKELY TO PRODUCE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION. THE AVIATION COMMUNITY (GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA) HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH CONDUCTING RESEARCH IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: 1. ASSESS THE RELATIVE BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS METHODS OF DISPLAYING ANGLE-OF-ATTACK ON THE FLIGHT DECK. 2. DEVELOP AND REFINE ALGORITHMS AND DISPLAY STRATEGIES TO PROVIDE CONTROL GUIDANCE FOR RECOVERY FROM APPROACH-TO-STALL OR STALL. 3. DEVELOP AND REFINE SYSTEMS THAT PREDICT THE FUTURE AIRCRAFT ENERGY STATE AND/OR AUTOFLIGHT CONFIGURATION IF THE CURRENT COURSE OF ACTION IS CONTINUED AND PROVIDE APPROPRIATE ALERTING. 4. COST-EFFECTIVE, USER-CENTERED FLIGHT DECK ALERTING SYSTEMS TO ALERT FLIGHT CREWS; ESPECIALLY FOR THE TWO CONDITIONS THAT PRODUCED SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE ASA EVENT DATA SET (SUB-THRESHOLD ROLLS AND THE SOMATOGRAVIC ILLUSION). THEY SUGGEST THIS RESEARCH SHOULD RAISE THE TECHNOLOGY READINESS LEVEL (TRL) OF THESE FEATURES TO A LEVEL THAT ENABLES COST-EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION AND CERTIFICATION OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES. THIS WORK SUPPORTS THE NASA AIRSPACE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROGRAM (AOSP), AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM) TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS (ATD) PROJECT, TECHNOLOGIES FOR AIRCRAFT STATE AWARENESS (TASA) SUB-PROJECT IN SUPPORT OF CAST'S SAFETY ENHANCEMENT #207, OUTCOME #4.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL15AC08T     NNL13AA04B  
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
($492,235.00)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE INTEGRATED FLIGHT TEST 3 (FT3) WILL GATHER DATA FOR UAS-NAS RESEARCHERS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, SENSE AND AVOID (REFERRED TO AS DETECT AND AVOID IN THE RTCA SC 228 TOR) ALGORITHMS AND PILOT DISPLAYS FOR CANDIDATE UAS SYSTEMS IN A RELEVANT ENVIRONMENT. THE TECHNICAL GOALS OF FT3 ARE TO: 1) PERFORM END TO END TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER TEST OF PILOT GUIDANCE GENERATED BY SELF SEPARATION ALGORITHMS (AIRCRAFT SENSOR TO WIND, TCAS II, AND LATENCY UNCERTAINTIES TO GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) DISPLAY); AND 2) CONDUCT FLIGHT TEST OF PROTOTYPE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED DAA SYSTEM; 3) COLLECT DATA TO INFORM THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF THE MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MOPS) FOR DETECT AND AVOID AND C2, TO INCLUDE DISPLAY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IN BOTH MOPS. THE COMPLETION OF FT3 WILL PROVIDE VALUABLE DATA TO THE SEPARATION ASSURANCE/SENSE AND AVOID INTEROPERABILITY (SSI), COMMUNICATION (COMM) AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) RESEARCH AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING A RELEVANT FLIGHT TEST ENVIRONMENT MOVING TOWARDS THE FINAL FLIGHT TESTS (FT4).
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15SA39C     NND15SA39C  
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
$299,059.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE: CATEGORY-THEORETIC APPROACHES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS B.DESCRIPTION AND A HISTORY OF THE NRA AND THE PROJECT BEING AWARDED: THIS PROCUREMENT WAS COMPETITIVELY SOLICITED UNDER AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) NUMBER NNH13ZEA001N, NASA AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS (ROA) 2013 APPENDIX B.2, PROGRAM: SYSTEM-WIDE SAFETY ASSURANCE TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT (SSAT1), SUBTOPIC NUMBER AFCS-1.5: DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS: DISTRIBUTED AIRSPACE SYSTEMS, RELEASED ON DECEMBER 18,2012. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE INTRINSIC SAFETY ATTRIBUTES OF CURRENT AND FUTURE AIR VEHICLES THAT WILL OPERATE IN THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (NEXTGEN). A CENTRAL GOAL OF NEXTGEN IS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND CAPACITY OF OUR NATIONS AIRPORTS AND AIRSPACE THROUGH THE STRATEGIC USE OF EXISTING AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. AUTOMATION WILL PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE REALIZATION OF THIS GOAL THROUGH A BROAD RANGE OF APPLICATIONS SUCH AS AUTOMATING LOW-LEVEL BACKGROUND ACTIVITIES TO FREE HUMAN OPERATORS TO FOCUS ON HIGHER-COMPLEXITY TASKS, PROVIDING AUTOMATED ADVISORIES TO A HUMAN OPERATOR TO SUPPORT DECISION-MAKING, OR COMPLETELY REPLACING SOME INSTANCES OF HUMAN DECISION-MAKING. HONEYWELL WAS SELECTED TO PURSUE SUBTOPIC SSAT AFCS 1.5 WHEREAS THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP INITIAL CAPABILITIES TO ANALYZE AND ASSESS SAFETY OF NEXTGEN CAPABILITIES FROM A DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE. THE PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT EFFORT WILL BE PERFORMED OVER THREE YEARS, IN ONE-YEAR PHASED INCREMENTS. THE PURPOSE OF SETTING UP THE CONTRACT IN THIS MANNER SERVES TWO PURPOSES. FIRST, IN PHASE I, THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED IS BASIC RESEARCH; SHOULD THE RESEARCH NOT ACHIEVE THE GOALS SET OUT IN THE STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW), THE WORK CAN BE CONCLUDED AT THE END OF THE PHASE (BASE PERIOD). AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PERFORMANCE IN PHASE I, HONEYWELL WILL CONDUCT A BRIEFING THAT SUMMARIZES ALL ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AND DESCRIBE THE RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED. THIS WILL BE THE BASIS FOR DETERMINING WHETHER TO PROCEED INTO PHASE II. THE SAME REVIEW PROCESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE END OF PHASE II. SECONDLY, ANOTHER REASON FOR THE PHASED APPROACHED IS THAT THERE IS A RISK THAT FUNDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE THE EFFORT. BY ESTABLISHING 3 ONE-YEAR PHASES, SEVERABLE POINTS IN THE CONTRACT ARE ESTABLISHED. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE I OF THIS CONTRACT WILL BE TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2015. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE II IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2016. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE III IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017. THE TOTAL POTENTIAL PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR THIS CONTRACT IS THIRTY-SIX MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL14AA05C  
Friday, September 2, 2016
$148,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT-TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Thursday, September 1, 2016
($14,423.27)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL08AA23T     NNL06AA05B  
Thursday, September 1, 2016
($20,521.56)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
FCSR TASK ORDER: TASK ORDER TITLE: CONFLICT DETECTION AND RESOLUTION FOR NEXTGEN TERMINAL MANEUVERING AREA FOLLOW-ON 1.0 BACKGROUND: BY 2025, U.S. AIR TRAFFIC IS PREDICTED TO INCREASE 3-FOLD, YET THE CURRENT AIR TRAFFIC SYSTEM MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ACCOMMODATE THIS GROWTH. IN RESPONSE TO THIS CHALLENGE, A CONSORTIUM OF INDUSTRY, ACADEMIA AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES HAVE PROPOSED A REVOLUTIONARY NEW CONCEPT FOR U.S. AVIATION OPERATIONS, TERMED THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM OR NEXTGEN. EMERGING NEXTGEN OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS REPRESENT A RADICALLY DIFFERENT APPROACH TO AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND AS A RESULT, A DRAMATIC SHIFT IN THE TASKS, ROLES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE FLIGHT DECK TO ENSURE A SAFE, SUSTAINABLE AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. TO SUPPORT THE OPERATIONAL GOALS OF NEXTGEN, THE JOINT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (JPDO) HAS PUBLISHED A CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND AN INTEGRATED WORK PLAN TO DEVELOP THE TECHNOLOGIES THAT IT CONSIDERS VITAL TO REACH THE NEXTGEN GOALS. THIS VISION ILLUSTRATES MANY OF THE CHALLENGES TO ACHIEVING A NEXTGEN OPERATING ENVIRONMENT. IN PARTICULAR, ONE OF THE KEY CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE NEXTGEN INVOLVES AUTOMATED SURFACE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS THAT UTILIZE DYNAMIC ALGORITHMS TO CALCULATE THE MOST EFFICIENT MOVEMENT OF ALL SURFACE TRAFFIC TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY. PILOTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH 4-DIMENSIONAL (4-D) TAXI CLEARANCES, DICTATING THAT AIRCRAFT ARRIVE AT SPECIFIC LOCATIONS WITHIN SPECIFIC TIME WINDOWS. FURTHER, PILOTS MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEPARATION FROM OTHER AIRCRAFT DURING THESE OPERATIONS REGARDLESS OF VISIBILITY CONDITIONS. PROACTIVE SAFETY LAYERS ENABLE PRESENT-DAY OPERATIONS. THESE LAYERS INCLUDE AUTOMATION TO MANAGE, ASSIST AND EVEN, CONDUCT THESE PROCEDURES AND OPERATIONS. IN TODAYS OPERATIONS, A SIGNIFICANT LAYER OF CONFLICT DETECTION AND RESOLUTION (CD&R) CAPABILITY IS PROVIDED BY THE TRAFFIC ALERT AND COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM (TCAS). TCAS HAS BEEN DEVELOPED AND IMPROVED FOR OVER 15 YEARS AND HAS BEEN VERY EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING OR ELIMINATING AIRBORNE COLLISIONS. NEXTGEN OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS ARE BEGINNING TO EMERGE TO MEET THE PROJECTED AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE DEMANDS. IT WILL BE VITAL TO RETAIN AND EVEN IMPROVE UPON THESE PROACTIVE SAFETY LAYERS FOR NEXTGEN. LIMITED RESEARCH TO DATE HAS BEEN CONDUCTED ON CONCEPTS AND ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH CD&R IN A NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT, PARTICULARLY IN THE TERMINAL MANEUVERING AREA (TMA) AND ON THE SURFACE. RESEARCH TO DATE INDICATES THAT WHILE THE USE OF TCAS MAY WORK FOR ENVISIONED TRAJECTORY-BASED 4-D OPERATIONS, THE SUITABILITY OF TCAS DEGRADES IN OPERATIONS NEARING THE AIRPORT FOR OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS LIKE THOSE MOST LIKELY TO EMERGE FOR NEXTGEN. RESEARCH FOR CD&R IN A 4-D SURFACE OPERATIONS ENVIRONMENT IS IN ITS INFANCY. ANOTHER IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION IS THAT THE 4-D TERMINAL AREA OPERATIONS CONCEPTS PROPOSED FOR NEXTGEN ARE BEING BUILT UPON PRESENT-DAY OPERATIONS THAT ARE ALREADY PROBLEMATIC. THE NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD CONTINUES TO INCLUDE RUNWAY SAFETY ON ITS MOST WANTED LIST OF AVIATION TRANSPORTATION SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS. IN THE FOUR YEAR PERIOD BETWEEN 2005 AND 2008, 3,496 RUNWAY INCURSION EVENTS WERE REPORTED (USING THE NEW ICAO DEFINITION FOR RUNWAY INCURSION). THE PRESENT-DAY STATISTICS AND EVENTS ARE CAUSE ENOUGH FOR ALARM BUT, WITHOUT PROACTIVE COUNTER-MEASURES, THE INCREASE IN AIR TRAFFIC FORECASTED UNDER NEXTGEN AND USING NOVEL 4-D OPERATING CONCEPTS COULD POTENTIALLY RESULT IN CATASTROPHIC INCREASES IN RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY INCURSION ACCIDENTS. 2.0 SCOPE / OBJECTIVES: THE SCOPE OF THIS TASK IS TO DELIVER A REPORT THAT IDENTIFIES AND QUANTIFIES THE SAFETY ISSUES, CHALLENGES, TECHNICAL HURDLES AND REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH CD&R IN EMERGING OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS FOR THE NEXTGEN TMA, INCLUDING SURFACE OPERATIONS. THIS TASK IS INTENDED TO BUILD UP THE RESEARCH PREVIOUSLY CONDUCTED UNDER TASK ORDER NNL08AD71T.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL10AC92T     NNL06AA05B  
Monday, August 29, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA)AWARD FOR COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT. THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS WORK IS TO REEXAMINE CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES WITH RESPECT TO THEIR VULNERABILITY TO SD AND LESA (SD/LESA) IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT, AND TO DEVELOP AND VALIDATE SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS THESE VULNERABILITIES. FINDINGS FROM THIS WORK WILL BE USED TO ENHANCE THE DESIGN OF TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED TO SERVE THE GENERAL AVIATION, BUSINESS AVIATION, AND COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT MARKETS, ALLOWING THIS WORK TO HAVE AN IMMEDIATE PRACTICAL IMPACT ACROSS A BROAD CROSS SECTION OF COMMERCIAL AVIATION OPERATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, AS PART OF THIS THREE-YEAR EFFORT, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC OVERALL OBJECTIVES: DEVELOP TAXONOMY OF FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL LEVERAGE EXISTING COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM / JOINT SAFETY ANALYSIS TEAM (CAST/JSAT) ANALYSES AND ACCIDENT DATA TO DETERMINE VOIDS IN CURRENT SD/LESA DATA AND HOW PRESENT-DAY AUTOMATION AND NEXTGEN OPERATIONS IMPACTS SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ANALYZE ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT EVENTS THAT INVOLVED SD/LESA TO IDENTIFY HOW AND WHY CURRENT AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS AND EXISTING MITIGATION STRATEGIES FAILED TO PREVENT SUCH LOC EVENTS (INCLUDING AUTOMATION, ALERT DESIGNS, MODE AWARENESS ISSUES, ETC); AND EVALUATE THE DESIGN EVOLUTION IN AIRWORTHINESS STANDARDS FOR TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT LOCATED IN 14 CFR PART 25 AND ACCOMPANYING CHANGES IN VISUAL DOMINANCE. DEVELOP DESIGN CRITERIA, INCLUDING VISUAL DOMINANCE CRITERIA, FOR MAINTAINING ENERGY AND ATTITUDE STATE AWARENESS TO BE USED IN RE-ASSESSING THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF SD AND/OR LESA AND ASSOCIATED PILOT INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS TO AVOID LOC IN CREWED FLIGHT DECK OPERATIONS. DEVELOP A PILOT AND AIRCRAFT MODEL TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL FOR LOC BASED ON THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY DISPLAY ELEMENTS. CONDUCT AN ANALYSIS OF NEXT GEN OPERATIONS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO AIR TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS JET OPERATIONS. DEVELOP SCENARIOS WHEREBY A MOTION-BASED FLIGHT SIMULATOR, TYPICAL OF A LEVEL D FLIGHT SIMULATION FACILITY, CAN RECREATE AND INDUCE APPROPRIATE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION ILLUSIONS FOR EXPERIMENTAL TESTING. DEVELOP FLIGHT DECK DISPLAY DESIGN(S) AND/OR OTHER FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) NECESSARY TO ADDRESS IDENTIFIED SD AND/OR LESA VULNERABILITIES. THE TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) SHALL ADVANCE THE STATE-OF-THE-SCIENCE STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE SD/LESA. ASSESS EFFICACY OF BASELINE AND DEVELOPED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) IN THE CONTEXT OF NEXTGEN OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS.
7641: AERONAUTICAL MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS

  NNL13AA00C  
Friday, August 12, 2016
$493,747.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF ASSURANCE REASONING FOR INCREASINGLY AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS (ARIAS)
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA96T     NNL16AA06B  
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
$865,902.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTRIAL AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
$165,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
($284,849.00)
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT-TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Monday, July 11, 2016
$184,846.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8750: FA8750 AFRL RIK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FORMALIZING INTEGRITY BASED ON BLUR AND ELECTRON RESPONSE
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA875016C0190     FA875015R0001  
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
$75,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Thursday, June 30, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF ESTCP PROJECT EW-201349 ENTITLED CENTRAL PLANT OPTIMIZATION FOR WASTE ENERGY REDUCTION, IS A NO COST TIME EXTENSION MODIFICATION.
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ13C0058  
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
140D63: IBC ACQ SERVICES DIVISION (00063)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF DARPA - TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS. TECHNICAL COR CHANGE
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
$2,315,174.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
140D63: IBC ACQ SERVICES DIVISION (00063)

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF DARPA/TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS. POP EXTENSION OF CLIN 0001 PHASE 1 AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE GOVERNMENT; IMPLEMENTATION OF CLIN 0002 PHASE 2
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
$457,898.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE (CSTAR)
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
$554,540.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8750: FA8750 AFRL RIK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF FORMALIZING INTEGRITY BASED ON BLUR AND ELECTRON RESPONSE (FIBBER)
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA875016C0190     FA875015R0001  
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF NRA THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80LARC: NASA LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT IS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM FUNDAMENTAL TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT.THE BAART CONTRACT IS AWARDED AS A MULTIPLE AWARD INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY IDIQ CONTRACT, WHICH OFFERS THE MOST FLEXIBILITY FOR THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE PWS IS STRUCTURED TO SUPPORT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS, DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, INCLUDING FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS.THE BAART CONTRACT WILL PROVIDE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT-CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM BASIC TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT. THE SCOPE OF BAART INCLUDES: THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD STRUCTURES, MATERIALS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS AND ACOUSTICS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY SMAAART CONTRACT THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH FCSR CONTRACT, AND INCLUDES PORTIONS OF SCOPE OF THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD INFLATABLE AERODYNAMIC DECELERATOR IAD AND THE CURRENT SINGLE AWARD CONTRACT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SAC D IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE NUMBER OF COMPETITIVE OFFERORS THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT PWS OF BAART WAS DIVIDED INTO FIVE TECHNICAL TRACKS BASED ON A LOGICAL GROUPING OF TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK A CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS. TRACK B CONSISTED OF SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS. TRACK C CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENTRY DESCENT AND LANDING. TRACK D CONSISTED OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK E CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. MULTIPLE AWARDS WERE MADE TO OFFERORS IN EACH TECHNICAL TRACK. TRACK B WAS RESTRICTED AS A SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE ALL OTHER TRACKS WERE COMPETED AS FULL AND OPEN
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA06B     NNL14ZB1001R  
Monday, May 2, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF "AUTONOMOUS FAULT-TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL"
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
$69,836.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
80AFRC: NASA ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CNTR

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE INTEGRATED FLIGHT TEST 3 (FT3) WILL GATHER DATA FOR UAS-NAS RESEARCHERS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, SENSE AND AVOID (REFERRED TO AS DETECT AND AVOID IN THE RTCA SC 228 TOR) ALGORITHMS AND PILOT DISPLAYS FOR CANDIDATE UAS SYSTEMS IN A RELEVANT ENVIRONMENT. THE TECHNICAL GOALS OF FT3 ARE TO: 1) PERFORM END TO END TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER TEST OF PILOT GUIDANCE GENERATED BY SELF SEPARATION ALGORITHMS (AIRCRAFT SENSOR TO WIND, TCAS II, AND LATENCY UNCERTAINTIES TO GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) DISPLAY); AND 2) CONDUCT FLIGHT TEST OF PROTOTYPE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED DAA SYSTEM; 3) COLLECT DATA TO INFORM THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF THE MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MOPS) FOR DETECT AND AVOID AND C2, TO INCLUDE DISPLAY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IN BOTH MOPS. THE COMPLETION OF FT3 WILL PROVIDE VALUABLE DATA TO THE SEPARATION ASSURANCE/SENSE AND AVOID INTEROPERABILITY (SSI), COMMUNICATION (COMM) AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) RESEARCH AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING A RELEVANT FLIGHT TEST ENVIRONMENT MOVING TOWARDS THE FINAL FLIGHT TESTS (FT4).
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15SA39C     NND15SA39C  
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
$1,226,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE (CSTAR)
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
$227,594.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE INTEGRATED FLIGHT TEST 3 (FT3) WILL GATHER DATA FOR UAS-NAS RESEARCHERS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, SENSE AND AVOID (REFERRED TO AS DETECT AND AVOID IN THE RTCA SC 228 TOR) ALGORITHMS AND PILOT DISPLAYS FOR CANDIDATE UAS SYSTEMS IN A RELEVANT ENVIRONMENT. THE TECHNICAL GOALS OF FT3 ARE TO: 1) PERFORM END TO END TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER TEST OF PILOT GUIDANCE GENERATED BY SELF SEPARATION ALGORITHMS (AIRCRAFT SENSOR TO WIND, TCAS II, AND LATENCY UNCERTAINTIES TO GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) DISPLAY); AND 2) CONDUCT FLIGHT TEST OF PROTOTYPE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED DAA SYSTEM; 3) COLLECT DATA TO INFORM THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF THE MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MOPS) FOR DETECT AND AVOID AND C2, TO INCLUDE DISPLAY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IN BOTH MOPS. THE COMPLETION OF FT3 WILL PROVIDE VALUABLE DATA TO THE SEPARATION ASSURANCE/SENSE AND AVOID INTEROPERABILITY (SSI), COMMUNICATION (COMM) AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) RESEARCH AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING A RELEVANT FLIGHT TEST ENVIRONMENT MOVING TOWARDS THE FINAL FLIGHT TESTS (FT4).
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15SA39C     NND15SA39C  
Thursday, March 10, 2016
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT IS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM FUNDAMENTAL TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT.THE BAART CONTRACT IS AWARDED AS A MULTIPLE AWARD INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY IDIQ CONTRACT, WHICH OFFERS THE MOST FLEXIBILITY FOR THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE PWS IS STRUCTURED TO SUPPORT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS, DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, INCLUDING FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS.THE BAART CONTRACT WILL PROVIDE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT-CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM BASIC TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT. THE SCOPE OF BAART INCLUDES: THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD STRUCTURES, MATERIALS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS AND ACOUSTICS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY SMAAART CONTRACT THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH FCSR CONTRACT, AND INCLUDES PORTIONS OF SCOPE OF THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD INFLATABLE AERODYNAMIC DECELERATOR IAD AND THE CURRENT SINGLE AWARD CONTRACT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SAC D IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE NUMBER OF COMPETITIVE OFFERORS THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT PWS OF BAART WAS DIVIDED INTO FIVE TECHNICAL TRACKS BASED ON A LOGICAL GROUPING OF TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK A CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS. TRACK B CONSISTED OF SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS. TRACK C CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENTRY DESCENT AND LANDING. TRACK D CONSISTED OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK E CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. MULTIPLE AWARDS WERE MADE TO OFFERORS IN EACH TECHNICAL TRACK. TRACK B WAS RESTRICTED AS A SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE ALL OTHER TRACKS WERE COMPETED AS FULL AND OPEN
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA06B     NNL14ZB1001R  
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
$171,338.74
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF NRA THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Thursday, March 3, 2016
$284,849.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF "AUTONOMOUS FAULT-TOLERANT SPACECRADT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL"
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
$225,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: OFFICE OF POLICY, MANAGEMENT, AND BUDGET
00063: NBC ACQUISITION SERVICES DIVISION

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CL::IGF DARPA - TTO. ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS. REVISED STATEMENT OF WORK.
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
$171,338.75
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF NRA THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
$524,342.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA9453: FA9453 DET 8 AFRL PKV8

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF AUTONOMOUS FAULT TOLERANT SPACECRAFT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL
AC22: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: MISSILE/SPACE SYSTEMS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA945316C0030  
Monday, December 21, 2015
$374,659.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF CELESTIAL-AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Thursday, November 19, 2015
$300,000.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF MAP ABSTRACTED UNIVERSAL REPRESENTATION OF ORTHOIMAGERY
AC53: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865116C0333  
Friday, November 13, 2015
$150,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE INTEGRATED FLIGHT TEST 3 (FT3) WILL GATHER DATA FOR UAS-NAS RESEARCHERS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, SENSE AND AVOID (REFERRED TO AS DETECT AND AVOID IN THE RTCA SC 228 TOR) ALGORITHMS AND PILOT DISPLAYS FOR CANDIDATE UAS SYSTEMS IN A RELEVANT ENVIRONMENT. THE TECHNICAL GOALS OF FT3 ARE TO: 1) PERFORM END TO END TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER TEST OF PILOT GUIDANCE GENERATED BY SELF SEPARATION ALGORITHMS (AIRCRAFT SENSOR TO WIND, TCAS II, AND LATENCY UNCERTAINTIES TO GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) DISPLAY); AND 2) CONDUCT FLIGHT TEST OF PROTOTYPE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED DAA SYSTEM; 3) COLLECT DATA TO INFORM THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF THE MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MOPS) FOR DETECT AND AVOID AND C2, TO INCLUDE DISPLAY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IN BOTH MOPS. THE COMPLETION OF FT3 WILL PROVIDE VALUABLE DATA TO THE SEPARATION ASSURANCE/SENSE AND AVOID INTEROPERABILITY (SSI), COMMUNICATION (COMM) AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) RESEARCH AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING A RELEVANT FLIGHT TEST ENVIRONMENT MOVING TOWARDS THE FINAL FLIGHT TESTS (FT4).
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15SA39C     NND15SA39C  
Friday, October 30, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
5700: DEPT OF THE AIR FORCE
FA8651: FA8651 AFRL RWK

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF GFP CORRECTION ON CELESTIAL AIDED STRIKE AT ANY RANGE
AC52: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: WEAPONS (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  FA865115C0201  
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
$10,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT IS TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM FUNDAMENTAL TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT.THE BAART CONTRACT IS AWARDED AS A MULTIPLE AWARD INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY IDIQ CONTRACT, WHICH OFFERS THE MOST FLEXIBILITY FOR THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. THE PWS IS STRUCTURED TO SUPPORT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS, DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS, ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENT AND INTEGRATION AND TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, INCLUDING FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS.THE BAART CONTRACT WILL PROVIDE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT NASAS GOALS IN THE AREAS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS ENTRY, DESCENT, AND LANDING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES AND FLIGHT-CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. THE RESEARCH SCOPE RANGES IN MATURITY FROM BASIC TOOL AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS, POTENTIALLY TO INCLUDE FLIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS, AND VEHICLE CONCEPTS AND PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS WITHIN THE SPEED REGIMES OF SUBSONIC THROUGH HYPERSONIC ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT. THE SCOPE OF BAART INCLUDES: THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD STRUCTURES, MATERIALS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS AND ACOUSTICS RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY SMAAART CONTRACT THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH FCSR CONTRACT, AND INCLUDES PORTIONS OF SCOPE OF THE CURRENT MULTIPLE AWARD INFLATABLE AERODYNAMIC DECELERATOR IAD AND THE CURRENT SINGLE AWARD CONTRACT SYSTEMS ANALYSIS CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SAC D IN ORDER TO MAXIMIZE THE NUMBER OF COMPETITIVE OFFERORS THE PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT PWS OF BAART WAS DIVIDED INTO FIVE TECHNICAL TRACKS BASED ON A LOGICAL GROUPING OF TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK A CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS, AERODYNAMICS, AEROTHERMODYNAMICS, AND ACOUSTICS. TRACK B CONSISTED OF SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND CONCEPTS FOR AEROSPACE SYSTEMS. TRACK C CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENTRY DESCENT AND LANDING. TRACK D CONSISTED OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS AND AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGIES. TRACK E CONSISTED OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR FLIGHT CRITICAL AND INTELLIGENT FLIGHT SYSTEMS. MULTIPLE AWARDS WERE MADE TO OFFERORS IN EACH TECHNICAL TRACK. TRACK B WAS RESTRICTED AS A SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE ALL OTHER TRACKS WERE COMPETED AS FULL AND OPEN
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL16AA06B     NNL14ZB1001R  
Friday, September 25, 2015
$235,861.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF "SPATIAL DISORIENTATION MITIGATION: EXISTING AND NEW METHODS". IN DECEMBER 2014, AS A RESULT OF ANALYZING 18 LOSS-OF-CONTROL EVENTS, THE COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM (CAST) RECOMMENDED RESEARCH INTO FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES THAT HAVE POTENTIAL TO MITIGATE THE PROBLEMS AND CONTRIBUTING FACTORS THAT LEAD TO FLIGHT CREW LOSS OF AIRPLANE STATE AWARENESS (ASA) AND CONDITIONS LIKELY TO PRODUCE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION. THE AVIATION COMMUNITY (GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA) HAVE BEEN CHARGED WITH CONDUCTING RESEARCH IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: 1. ASSESS THE RELATIVE BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH VARIOUS METHODS OF DISPLAYING ANGLE-OF-ATTACK ON THE FLIGHT DECK. 2. DEVELOP AND REFINE ALGORITHMS AND DISPLAY STRATEGIES TO PROVIDE CONTROL GUIDANCE FOR RECOVERY FROM APPROACH-TO-STALL OR STALL. 3. DEVELOP AND REFINE SYSTEMS THAT PREDICT THE FUTURE AIRCRAFT ENERGY STATE AND/OR AUTOFLIGHT CONFIGURATION IF THE CURRENT COURSE OF ACTION IS CONTINUED AND PROVIDE APPROPRIATE ALERTING. 4. COST-EFFECTIVE, USER-CENTERED FLIGHT DECK ALERTING SYSTEMS TO ALERT FLIGHT CREWS; ESPECIALLY FOR THE TWO CONDITIONS THAT PRODUCED SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE ASA EVENT DATA SET (SUB-THRESHOLD ROLLS AND THE SOMATOGRAVIC ILLUSION). THEY SUGGEST THIS RESEARCH SHOULD RAISE THE TECHNOLOGY READINESS LEVEL (TRL) OF THESE FEATURES TO A LEVEL THAT ENABLES COST-EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION AND CERTIFICATION OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES. THIS WORK SUPPORTS THE NASA AIRSPACE OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROGRAM (AOSP), AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (ATM) TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS (ATD) PROJECT, TECHNOLOGIES FOR AIRCRAFT STATE AWARENESS (TASA) SUB-PROJECT IN SUPPORT OF CASTS SAFETY ENHANCEMENT #207, OUTCOME #4.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL15AC08T     NNL13AA04B  
Monday, September 14, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA)AWARD FOR COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST SPATIAL DISORIENTATION IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT. THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS WORK IS TO REEXAMINE CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGIES WITH RESPECT TO THEIR VULNERABILITY TO SD AND LESA (SD/LESA) IN THE NEXTGEN ENVIRONMENT, AND TO DEVELOP AND VALIDATE SOLUTIONS TO ADDRESS THESE VULNERABILITIES. FINDINGS FROM THIS WORK WILL BE USED TO ENHANCE THE DESIGN OF TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED TO SERVE THE GENERAL AVIATION, BUSINESS AVIATION, AND COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT MARKETS, ALLOWING THIS WORK TO HAVE AN IMMEDIATE PRACTICAL IMPACT ACROSS A BROAD CROSS SECTION OF COMMERCIAL AVIATION OPERATIONS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL, AS PART OF THIS THREE-YEAR EFFORT, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC OVERALL OBJECTIVES: DEVELOP TAXONOMY OF FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL LEVERAGE EXISTING COMMERCIAL AVIATION SAFETY TEAM / JOINT SAFETY ANALYSIS TEAM (CAST/JSAT) ANALYSES AND ACCIDENT DATA TO DETERMINE VOIDS IN CURRENT SD/LESA DATA AND HOW PRESENT-DAY AUTOMATION AND NEXTGEN OPERATIONS IMPACTS SD/LESA. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ANALYZE ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT EVENTS THAT INVOLVED SD/LESA TO IDENTIFY HOW AND WHY CURRENT AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS AND EXISTING MITIGATION STRATEGIES FAILED TO PREVENT SUCH LOC EVENTS (INCLUDING AUTOMATION, ALERT DESIGNS, MODE AWARENESS ISSUES, ETC); AND EVALUATE THE DESIGN EVOLUTION IN AIRWORTHINESS STANDARDS FOR TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT LOCATED IN 14 CFR PART 25 AND ACCOMPANYING CHANGES IN VISUAL DOMINANCE.DEVELOP DESIGN CRITERIA, INCLUDING VISUAL DOMINANCE CRITERIA, FOR MAINTAINING ENERGY AND ATTITUDE STATE AWARENESS TO BE USED IN RE-ASSESSING THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF SD AND/OR LESA AND ASSOCIATED PILOT INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS TO AVOID LOC IN CREWED FLIGHT DECK OPERATIONS. DEVELOP A PILOT AND AIRCRAFT MODEL TO ASSESS THE POTENTIAL FOR LOC BASED ON THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY DISPLAY ELEMENTS. CONDUCT AN ANALYSIS OF NEXT GEN OPERATIONS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO AIR TRANSPORT AND BUSINESS JET OPERATIONS. DEVELOP SCENARIOS WHEREBY A MOTION-BASED FLIGHT SIMULATOR, TYPICAL OF A LEVEL D FLIGHT SIMULATION FACILITY, CAN RECREATE AND INDUCE APPROPRIATE SPATIAL DISORIENTATION ILLUSIONS FOR EXPERIMENTAL TESTING. DEVELOP FLIGHT DECK DISPLAY DESIGN(S) AND/OR OTHER FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) NECESSARY TO ADDRESS IDENTIFIED SD AND/OR LESA VULNERABILITIES. THE TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) SHALL ADVANCE THE STATE-OF-THE-SCIENCE STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE SD/LESA. ASSESS EFFICACY OF BASELINE AND DEVELOPED FLIGHT DECK TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION(S) IN THE CONTEXT OF NEXTGEN OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS.
7641: AERONAUTICAL MAPS, CHARTS AND GEODETIC PRODUCTS

  NNL13AA00C  
Friday, September 11, 2015
$545,321.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6920: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
00003: DEPT OF TRANS/FEDERAL AVIATION ADMIN

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
BAA CONTRACT TAS::69 8108::TAS IGF::OT::IGF IGF::OT::IGF
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DTFACT15C00024  
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
($45,226.14)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
FCSR TASK ORDER TITLE: FLIGHT TEST OF SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES FOR NEXTGEN 1.0 BACKGROUND: THE INTEGRATED INTELLIGENT FLIGHT DECK (IIFD) PROJECT, UNDER NASAS AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM (AVSP), IS CONDUCTING RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION (RDT&E) OF DISPLAYS AND DECISION SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES WHICH MAY PROACTIVELY OVERCOME AIRCRAFT SAFETY BARRIERS THAT WOULD OTHERWISE CONSTRAIN THE FULL REALIZATION OF THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (NEXTGEN). PART OF THIS RESEARCH EFFORT INVOLVES THE USE OF SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS AS ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO MEET THESE SAFETY CHALLENGES. EQUIVALENT VISUAL OPERATIONS (EVO) ARE DEFINED AS OPERATIONS WHERE AN ELECTRONIC MEANS PROVIDES SUFFICIENT VISIBILITY OF THE EXTERNAL WORLD AND OTHER REQUIRED FLIGHT REFERENCES ON A FLIGHT CREWS COCKPIT DISPLAYS THAT THE SAFETY, OPERATIONAL TEMPOS, AND VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR)-LIKE PROCEDURES ARE REPLICATED IN ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS. SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES ARE CRITICAL ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO EVO WITH THE ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE OF EVO, BEING ONE COMPONENT OF A BETTER THAN VISUAL (BTV) OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY REPLICATING THE CAPACITY OF TODAYS VFR FLIGHT AND MORE IMPORTANTLY, MEETING AND IMPROVING ON THE SAFETY OF TODAYS VFR FLIGHT IN ALL-WEATHER NEXTGEN OPERATIONS. AS AN INITIAL STEP IN MEETING THESE NEXTGEN GOALS, COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH BETWEEN NASA AND THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) WAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATORY GUIDANCE AND PROCEDURES TO SUPPORT THE INTRODUCTION AND USE OF SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES. THIS WORK BUILDS FROM AND EXTENDS CURRENT OPERATIONAL USE AND CERTIFICATION OF EXISTING SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES TO SERVE AS BUILDING BLOCKS TOWARD ALL-WEATHER, LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS FOR NEXTGEN. 2.0 SCOPE/OBJECTIVE: THIS TASK ORDER IS PART OF A COLLABORATIVE NASA AND FAA PROGRAM. THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS TASK ORDER IS TO CONDUCT A FLIGHT TEST ACTIVITY TO OBTAIN PILOT-IN-THE-LOOP OPERATIONAL TEST DATA USING SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS. THE DATA FROM THIS FLIGHT TEST WILL BE USED BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR FLIGHT-VALIDATION /-VERIFICATION/-DEMONSTRATION OF SELECTED SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION OPERATIONAL AND SYSTEM-LEVEL PERFORMANCE TEST POINTS. THE FLIGHT TEST IS DESIGNED TO COMPLEMENT ANALYSIS AND GROUND SIMULATION ACTIVITIES BEING CONDUCTED BY NASA FOR RDT&E OF SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES. THIS OVERALL PROGRAM OF ANALYSIS, GROUND SIMULATION, AND FLIGHT TEST MAY BE USED BY THE GOVERNMENT FOR EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REGULATORY GUIDANCE AND PROCEDURES TO SUPPORT THE INTRODUCTION AND USE OF SYNTHETIC AND ENHANCED VISION SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES IN CURRENT-DAY AND NEXTGEN OPERATIONS.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL10AC93T     NNL06AA05B  
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
($14,286.75)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
TAS:: 80 0125:: TAS RECOVERY ACT FUNDS THIS IS A RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR VVFC-1.2 INTEGRATED DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS WHICH WILL CREATE AN ASSEMBLY OF ANALYTICAL TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES THAT AVIONICS ENGINEERS CAN USE TO COST EFFECTIVELY DEVELOP SAFETY-CRITICAL DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS FOR 21ST CENTURY AVIATION. THIS WORK WILL COMBINE HONEYWELL'S BODY OF KNOWLEDGE IN PRACTICAL FAULT-TOLERANT ARCHITECTURES AND KNOWLEDGE OF ACTUAL FAILURE MODES WITH THE POWERFUL SUITE OF FORMAL VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION TOOLS, SUCH AS PVS AND SAL TOGETHER WITH THE SYSTEM MODELING AND ANALYSIS CAPABILITIES OF THE EDICT TOOL CHAIN. THE RESEARCH PROPOSES TO ADD NEW CAPABILITES TO THE TOOLS BY INTEGRATING ENHANCED PROBABALISTIC MODELING CAPABILITIES AND ENHANCED TECHNIQUES TO MODEL TIME-VARYING SYSTEM COMPOSITION. THE OBJECTIVES ARE TO CREATE MODELS FOR (1) FAILURES, DISTURBANCES, AND DEGRADATION, (2) COMMUNICATION TOPOLOGIES, DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS, (3) NEW SYSTEM DECOMPOSITION, AND FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATION USING TOOLS AND TOOL EXTENSIONS THAT WITH A FRAMEWORK, CAN BE INTEGRATED WITH EACH OTHER AND WITH OTHER SYSTEM DESIGN TOOLS.
AC12: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: AIRCRAFT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  NNL10AB32T     NNL09AA08B  
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
($204.20)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

C: DELIVERY ORDER
TAS 80 0125 TAS RECOVERY ACT FUNDS RECOVERY - TASK TITLE ASSESSING THE IMPACT THAT SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY WILL HAVE ON QUALIFYING AND CERTIFYING FLIGHT-CRITICAL AERONAUTICS SOFTWARE 1.0 BACKGROUND: NASA'S AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM IS CONDUCTING RESEARCH DIRECTED AT IMPROVING THE SAFETY OF CURRENT AND FUTURE AIRCRAFT OPERATING IN THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM. THE RESEARCH FOCUS IS ON THE WAY VEHICLES ARE DESIGNED, BUILT, OPERATED, AND MAINTAINED, AND IS ORGANIZED INTO FOUR PROJECT AREAS 1. INTEGRATED VEHICLE HEALTH MANAGEMENT, 2. INTEGRATED INTELLIGENT FLIGHT DECK, 3. INTEGRATED RESILIENT AIRCRAFT CONTROL, AND 4. AIRCRAFT AGING AND DURABILITY. THIS RESEARCH STATEMENT OF WORK SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSES THE INTEGRATED VEHICLE HEALTH MANAGEMENT IVHM PROJECT WHICH IS PURSUING RESEARCH DIRECTED AT DEVELOPING CONCEPTS, TOOLS, TECHNIQUES, AND METHODOLOGIES FOR ASSESSING THE HEALTH OF FLIGHT-CRITICAL AIRCRAFT SOFTWARE. THIS EFFORT IS BEING CONDUCTED UNDER THE IVHM SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT SUB-ELEMENT WHICH IS DESCRIBED IN VERSION 2.0 OF THE IVHM TECHNICAL PLAN1. SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT SEEKS TO PERFORM THE FOUNDATIONAL RESEARCH NEEDED TO DEVELOP TECHNOLOGIES THAT WILL DETECT, DIAGNOSE, PREDICT, AND MITIGATE ADVERSE EVENTS THAT OCCUR DURING FLIGHT. ADVERSE EVENTS INCLUDE THOSE THAT ARISE FROM SYSTEM, SUBSYSTEM, OR COMPONENT FAULTS OR FAILURES DUE TO DAMAGE, DEGRADATION, OR ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS SUCH AS TURBULENCE, ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS, AND LIGHTNING. FOUNDATIONAL RESEARCH PROVIDES THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF A TECHNOLOGY BASE TO SUCCESSFULLY ADDRESS THE STATED GOALS AND OBJECTIVES. WHILE DETECTION, DIAGNOSIS, PROGNOSTICS, AND MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY EMPLOYED IN HARDWARE SYSTEM AND COMPONENTS, APPLICATION OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES TO SOFTWARE IS A NEW CONCEPT RECENTLY ADDED TO THE IVHM RESEARCH PORTFOLIO. THE POTENTIAL SAFETY BENEFITS AFFORDED BY THE ENVISIONED SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT CONCEPT LED TO THE 2008 NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT TOPIC 5.1 SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES HTTP://WWW.AERONAUTICS.NASA.GOV/NRA.HTM WHICH SPECIFICALLY TARGETS THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOUNDATIONAL TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES TO ENABLE THE DETECTION, DIAGNOSIS, PROGNOSIS, AND MITIGATION OF ERRORS AND RELATED ADVERSE EVENTS CAUSED OR CONTRIBUTED TO BY SOFTWARE IN ON-BOARD SYSTEMS. THESE IN-PROGRESS RESEARCH ACTIVITIES ARE ADDRESSING MANY OF THE FOUNDATIONAL TECHNICAL CHALLENGES POSED BY SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT. THERE ARE, HOWEVER, SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES WITH REGARDS TO PLANNING FOR THE POTENTIAL DISRUPTION SUCH TECHNOLOGY MAY INTRODUCE TO AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION FOR SOFTWARE-BASED SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT. THIS TASK SEEKS TO CHARACTERIZE THE IMPACT THAT NEW SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES MAY HAVE ON CURRENT AND EMERGING AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES. ESTABLISHING THIS CHARACTERIZATION IS VITAL FOR THE SUCCESSFUL INFUSION OF SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES INTO CIVIL AVIATION. 2.0 SCOPE OF WORK: THIS EFFORT WILL RESULT IN A PUBLISHED RESEARCH PAPER DIRECTED AT CHARACTERIZING THE ANTICIPATED IMPACT THAT NEW IVHM-DEVELOPED SOFTWARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY WILL HAVE ON CURRENT AND EMERGING AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR FLIGHT-CRITICAL AERONAUTICS SOFTWARE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL IDENTIFY EXISTING REGULATORY GUIDANCE FOR FLIGHT-CRITICAL CIVIL AVIATION SOFTWARE, IDENTIFY EXISTING SYSTEM LEVEL SAFETY ASSESSMENTS AND CERTIFICATION CONSIDERATIONS, IDENTIFY NEW INITIATIVES FOR ASSURING THE SAFETY OF FLIGHT-CRITICAL SOFTWARE ANTICIPATED FOR THE FAAS NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM NEXTGEN, AND PERFORM AN ANALYSIS OF ANTICIPATED IMPACT TO FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS AND ADVISORY CIRCULARS. NEXTGEN IS THE FAAS PLAN TO MODERNIZE THE NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM NAS THROUGH 2025 IN ORDER TO HANDLE A PREDICTED TWO TO THREE TIMES GROWTH WHILE ENSURING THAT FUTURE SAFETY, CAPACITY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS ARE MET.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL10AC32T     NNL06AA05B  
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
$1,481,651.00
9700: Department of Defense
1406: OFFICE OF POLICY, MANAGEMENT, AND BUDGET
00063: NBC ACQUISITION SERVICES DIVISION

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CL::IGF DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECT AGENCY "ENHANCED 360 DEGREE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS WITH VIRTUAL WINDOWS"
AZ16: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (MANAGEMENT/SUPPORT)

  IND15PC00077  
Monday, June 29, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF - FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH - THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONDUCT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, SYSTEMS ANALYSES, AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION IN AIRBORNE AND GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS CRITICAL TO FLIGHT SAFETY, MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL. THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED WILL BE DEFINED IN PERFORMANCE BASED TASK ORDERS ISSUED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION H, H.8 TASK ORDERING PROCEDURE (NFS 1852.216-80) (OCTOBER 1996). THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DEFINING OPERATIONAL AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS, AND FOR DELIVERING ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH RESULTS THAT MEET THE SPECIFIC TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS DEFINED IN THE SOW OF EACH TASK ORDER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL PERSONNEL, FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIAL, SUPPLIES, AND SERVICES TO PERFORM THE WORK AS OUTLINED IN EACH TASK ORDER, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE ITEMS DESIGNATED AS GOVERNMENT FURNISHED. CREW SYSTEMS AND AVIATION OPERATIONS: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: INTEGRATED FLIGHT DECK SYSTEMS; AIRCRAFT SELF-SEPARATION AND DISTRIBUTED AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT; ATMOSPHERIC HAZARD AWARENESS AND AVOIDANCE; SITUATION AWARENESS ASSESSMENT; SYNTHETIC VISION; HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE; AND HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN. THESE RESEARCH AREAS INVESTIGATE AVIATION SAFETY AND AIRSPACE CAPACITY ISSUES SUCH AS CONTROLLED FLIGHT INTO TERRAIN (CFIT), LOSS OF CONTROL IN FLIGHT, RUNWAY INCURSIONS, HIGH DENSITY AIR TRAFFIC OPERATIONS, AND OPERATION OF REMOTELY PILOTED AND AUTONOMOUS AIRCRAFT. SAFETY-CRITICAL AVIATION SYSTEM: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: MATHEMATICAL PROOF OF SAFETY PROPERTIES FOR SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE; QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS TO ENSURE FUNCTIONALITY, RELIABILITY, AND SAFETY; SYSTEM SAFETY ASSURANCE; FAULT TOLERANCE; FAULT MODELING AND EMULATION; REAL-TIME UPSET DETECTION AND RECOVERY; ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTS TO IMPROVE SYSTEM ROBUSTNESS TO DISTURBANCES; VEHICLE HEALTH MANAGEMENT; COMMERCIAL-OFF-THE-SHELF TECHNOLOGY IN SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS; COMPLEXITY MODELING AND MANAGEMENT; AND INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS. SPECIFIC RESEARCH TOPICS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: THE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF MALFUNCTIONS AND FAILURES IN AIRCRAFT AND AIRSPACE SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS BY DEVELOPING DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS TO VERIFY SYSTEM DESIGN CORRECTNESS AND VALIDATE REQUIRED SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY; THE INVESTIGATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND INTEGRATION OF EXISTING AND FUTURE SENSING/PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE VEHICLE-WIDE HEALTH MONITORING; AND AIRWORTHINESS AND SYSTEM SAFETY FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT, AUTONOMOUS, AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS. FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND INTEGRATION: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, PERFORMANCE OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING IN SUPPORT OF NOVEL FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT FROM RESEARCH CONCEPT THROUGH SIMULATION AND TEST TO FLIGHT EXPERIMENT.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL13AA04B     NNL13451174R  
Thursday, June 25, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF - COR CHANGE MODIFICATION - HONEYWELL - ESTCP PROJECT EW-201349
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ13C0058  
Monday, June 1, 2015
$44,805.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE INTEGRATED FLIGHT TEST 3 (FT3) WILL GATHER DATA FOR UAS-NAS RESEARCHERS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, SENSE AND AVOID (REFERRED TO AS DETECT AND AVOID IN THE RTCA SC 228 TOR) ALGORITHMS AND PILOT DISPLAYS FOR CANDIDATE UAS SYSTEMS IN A RELEVANT ENVIRONMENT. THE TECHNICAL GOALS OF FT3 ARE TO: 1) PERFORM END TO END TRAFFIC ENCOUNTER TEST OF PILOT GUIDANCE GENERATED BY SELF SEPARATION ALGORITHMS (AIRCRAFT SENSOR TO WIND, TCAS II, AND LATENCY UNCERTAINTIES TO GROUND CONTROL STATION (GCS) DISPLAY); AND 2) CONDUCT FLIGHT TEST OF PROTOTYPE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AS PART OF AN INTEGRATED DAA SYSTEM; 3) COLLECT DATA TO INFORM THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF THE MINIMUM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (MOPS) FOR DETECT AND AVOID AND C2, TO INCLUDE DISPLAY AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS IN BOTH MOPS. THE COMPLETION OF FT3 WILL PROVIDE VALUABLE DATA TO THE SEPARATION ASSURANCE/SENSE AND AVOID INTEROPERABILITY (SSI), COMMUNICATION (COMM) AND HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI) RESEARCH AS WELL AS REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDING A RELEVANT FLIGHT TEST ENVIRONMENT MOVING TOWARDS THE FINAL FLIGHT TESTS (FT4).
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15SA39C     NND15SA39C  
Monday, May 18, 2015
$296,001.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE: CATEGORY-THEORETIC APPROACHES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS B.DESCRIPTION AND A HISTORY OF THE NRA AND THE PROJECT BEING AWARDED: THIS PROCUREMENT WAS COMPETITIVELY SOLICITED UNDER AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) NUMBER NNH13ZEA001N, NASA AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS (ROA) 2013 APPENDIX B.2, PROGRAM: SYSTEM-WIDE SAFETY ASSURANCE TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT (SSAT1), SUBTOPIC NUMBER AFCS-1.5: DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS: DISTRIBUTED AIRSPACE SYSTEMS, RELEASED ON DECEMBER 18,2012.THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE INTRINSIC SAFETY ATTRIBUTES OF CURRENT AND FUTURE AIR VEHICLES THAT WILL OPERATE IN THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (NEXTGEN). A CENTRAL GOAL OF NEXTGEN IS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND CAPACITY OF OUR NATION S AIRPORTS AND AIRSPACE THROUGH THE STRATEGIC USE OF EXISTING AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. AUTOMATION WILL PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE REALIZATION OF THIS GOAL THROUGH A BROAD RANGE OF APPLICATIONS SUCH AS AUTOMATING LOW-LEVEL BACKGROUND ACTIVITIES TO FREE HUMAN OPERATORS TO FOCUS ON HIGHER-COMPLEXITY TASKS, PROVIDING AUTOMATED ADVISORIES TO A HUMAN OPERATOR TO SUPPORT DECISION-MAKING, OR COMPLETELY REPLACING SOME INSTANCES OF HUMAN DECISION-MAKING. HONEYWELL WAS SELECTED TO PURSUE SUBTOPIC SSAT AFCS 1.5 WHEREAS THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP INITIAL CAPABILITIES TO ANALYZE AND ASSESS SAFETY OF NEXTGEN CAPABILITIES FROM A DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE. THE PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT EFFORT WILL BE PERFORMED OVER THREE YEARS, IN ONE-YEAR PHASED INCREMENTS. THE PURPOSE OF SETTING UP THE CONTRACT IN THIS MANNER SERVES TWO PURPOSES. FIRST, IN PHASE I, THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED IS BASIC RESEARCH; SHOULD THE RESEARCH NOT ACHIEVE THE GOALS SET OUT IN THE STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW), THE WORK CAN BE CONCLUDED AT THE END OF THE PHASE (BASE PERIOD). AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PERFORMANCE IN PHASE I, HONEYWELL WILL CONDUCT A BRIEFING THAT SUMMARIZES ALL ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AND DESCRIBE THE RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED. THIS WILL BE THE BASIS FOR DETERMINING WHETHER TO PROCEED INTO PHASE II. THE SAME REVIEW PROCESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE END OF PHASE II. SECONDLY, ANOTHER REASON FOR THE PHASED APPROACHED IS THAT THERE IS A RISK THAT FUNDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE THE EFFORT. BY ESTABLISHING 3 ONE-YEAR PHASES, SEVERABLE POINTS IN THE CONTRACT ARE ESTABLISHED. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE I OF THIS CONTRACT WILL BE TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2015. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE II IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2016. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE III IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017. THE TOTAL POTENTIAL PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR THIS CONTRACT IS THIRTY-SIX MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL14AA05C  
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF "AUTOMATED DEMAND RESPONSE FOR ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY, PROJECT EW-201256 - NO COST TIME EXTENSION"
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ12C0030  
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF - FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH - THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONDUCT BASIC AND APPLIED RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, SYSTEMS ANALYSES, AND SYSTEMS INTEGRATION IN AIRBORNE AND GROUND-BASED SYSTEMS CRITICAL TO FLIGHT SAFETY, MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL. THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED WILL BE DEFINED IN PERFORMANCE BASED TASK ORDERS ISSUED BY THE CONTRACTING OFFICER IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION H, H.8 TASK ORDERING PROCEDURE (NFS 1852.216-80) (OCTOBER 1996). THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DEFINING OPERATIONAL AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS, AND FOR DELIVERING ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH RESULTS THAT MEET THE SPECIFIC TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS DEFINED IN THE SOW OF EACH TASK ORDER. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL PERSONNEL, FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIAL, SUPPLIES, AND SERVICES TO PERFORM THE WORK AS OUTLINED IN EACH TASK ORDER, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE ITEMS DESIGNATED AS GOVERNMENT FURNISHED. CREW SYSTEMS AND AVIATION OPERATIONS: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: INTEGRATED FLIGHT DECK SYSTEMS; AIRCRAFT SELF-SEPARATION AND DISTRIBUTED AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT; ATMOSPHERIC HAZARD AWARENESS AND AVOIDANCE; SITUATION AWARENESS ASSESSMENT; SYNTHETIC VISION; HUMAN-MACHINE INTERFACE; AND HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN. THESE RESEARCH AREAS INVESTIGATE AVIATION SAFETY AND AIRSPACE CAPACITY ISSUES SUCH AS CONTROLLED FLIGHT INTO TERRAIN (CFIT), LOSS OF CONTROL IN FLIGHT, RUNWAY INCURSIONS, HIGH DENSITY AIR TRAFFIC OPERATIONS, AND OPERATION OF REMOTELY PILOTED AND AUTONOMOUS AIRCRAFT. SAFETY-CRITICAL AVIATION SYSTEM: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: MATHEMATICAL PROOF OF SAFETY PROPERTIES FOR SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE; QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS TO ENSURE FUNCTIONALITY, RELIABILITY, AND SAFETY; SYSTEM SAFETY ASSURANCE; FAULT TOLERANCE; FAULT MODELING AND EMULATION; REAL-TIME UPSET DETECTION AND RECOVERY; ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTS TO IMPROVE SYSTEM ROBUSTNESS TO DISTURBANCES; VEHICLE HEALTH MANAGEMENT; COMMERCIAL-OFF-THE-SHELF TECHNOLOGY IN SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS; COMPLEXITY MODELING AND MANAGEMENT; AND INTEGRATED MODULAR AVIONICS. SPECIFIC RESEARCH TOPICS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: THE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF MALFUNCTIONS AND FAILURES IN AIRCRAFT AND AIRSPACE SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS BY DEVELOPING DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS TO VERIFY SYSTEM DESIGN CORRECTNESS AND VALIDATE REQUIRED SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY; THE INVESTIGATION, DEVELOPMENT, AND INTEGRATION OF EXISTING AND FUTURE SENSING/PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE VEHICLE-WIDE HEALTH MONITORING; AND AIRWORTHINESS AND SYSTEM SAFETY FOR UNMANNED AIRCRAFT, AUTONOMOUS, AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS. FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND INTEGRATION: THIS WORK AREA INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, PERFORMANCE OF SYSTEMS ENGINEERING IN SUPPORT OF NOVEL FLIGHT CRITICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT FROM RESEARCH CONCEPT THROUGH SIMULATION AND TEST TO FLIGHT EXPERIMENT.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL13AA04B     NNL13451174R  
Thursday, April 9, 2015
($53,294.26)
9700: Department of Defense
9763: DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY (DCMA)
S0302A: DCMA SOLDIER SYS AND CAP PHOENIX

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
R&D
AC11: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: AIRCRAFT (BASIC RESEARCH)

  N0042107C0049  
Friday, March 27, 2015
$198,051.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF -¿CENTRAL PLANT OPTIMIZATION FOR WASTE ENERGY REDUCTION (CPOWER)¿ ESTCP PROJECT EW-201349
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ13C0058  
Thursday, March 5, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W912HQ: W4LD USA HECSA

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF "AUTOMATED DEMAND RESPONSE FOR ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY, PROJECT EW-201256 - NO COST TIME EXTENSION"
AH91: R&D- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: OTHER (BASIC RESEARCH)

  W912HQ12C0030  
Thursday, February 19, 2015
$243,775.40
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
IGF::OT::IGF THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Friday, February 6, 2015
$0.00
6900: Department of Transportation
6925: FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
00061: OFFICE OF ACQUISITION AND GRANTS MANAGEMENT

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL NECESSARY FACILITIES, MATERIALS, AND PERSONNEL AND SHALL PERFORM ALL SERVICES NECESSARY TO CONDUCT A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORT ENTITLED INTENTION AWARE VEHICLE TRACKING AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (IAVTS)
AJ42: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  DTFH6114C00004  
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
$100,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DFRC0: ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

B: IDC
IGF::OT::IGF THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS A NASA ARMD FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH PROJECT ALIGNED WITH THE STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES DESCRIBED IN THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND THE 2014 NASA AERONAUTICS STRATEGIC PLAN. THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS AIMED AT PROVIDING THE RESEARCH AND LEADERSHIP TO ENABLE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW GENERATION OF SUPERSONIC CIVIL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT. THE PROJECT S NEAR TERM OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP THE TOOLS AND INTEGRATED CONCEPTS THAT WILL ENABLE DEMONSTRATION OF OVERLAND SUPERSONIC FLIGHT WITH ACCEPTABLE SONIC BOOM. THE CURRENT REGULATORY PROHIBITION OF FLIGHT THAT PRODUCES A SONIC BOOM OVER POPULATIONS IS VIEWED AS THE PRINCIPAL BARRIER TO FUTURE SUPERSONIC CIVIL AVIATION. A KEY ELEMENT OF THE HIGH SPEED PROJECT IS EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT VALIDATION OF PREDICTIVE METHODS, CONCEPTS, AND TECHNIQUES. INCREASED EFFECTIVENESS OF CURRENT SYSTEMS OR BETTER TECHNIQUES AND METHODS ARE NEEDED TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY OF VALIDATION OPPORTUNITIES. AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS HAVE DECLARED THAT A COCKPIT DISPLAY SHOWING SONIC BOOMS WILL BE ESSENTIAL FOR ANY FUTURE CIVILIAN SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT, AND ITS USE IS ENVISIONED TO BE AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF A NEW CERTIFICATION STANDARD FOR LOW-BOOM OVERLAND FLIGHT. A NUMERIC MODEL WILL BE DEVELOPED, REFINED AND EXERCISED OVER THE THREE YEARS. FLIGHT TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS. THE FIRST TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED AT ARMSTRONG FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER, FOR CONTINUITY WITH THE BULK OF PRIOR FLIGHT TESTS. THE REMAINING TESTS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT DIVERSE LOCATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES. LOCATIONS WILL BE IN EXISTING SUPERSONIC AIRSPACES USED BY THE MILITARY. VARIETY AT EACH LOCATION WILL BE OBTAINED BY FLYING AT DIFFERENT TIMES OF DAY. ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS WILL BE DOCUMENTED, SO THAT FLIGHT TEST CONDITIONS CAN BE USED AS INPUT TO THE NUMERIC MODEL. THE RESULTS OF EXERCISING THE NUMERIC MODEL WILL THEN BE USED TO DEVELOP PRACTICAL ALGORITHMS FOR SIGNATURES AND LOUDNESS THAT WILL BE INCORPORATED INTO PCBOOM, NASA S GENERAL PURPOSE SONIC BOOM PROPAGATION SOFTWARE.
AR14: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  NND15AA35C  
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
2100: DEPT OF THE ARMY
W911W6: W6QK AATD CONTR OFF

C: DELIVERY ORDER
PHASE III SBIR
AC12: R&D- DEFENSE SYSTEM: AIRCRAFT (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  0002     W911W609D0009  
Monday, January 12, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
8000: NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
LARC0: LANGLEY RESEARCH CENTER

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF TITLE: CATEGORY-THEORETIC APPROACHES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS B.DESCRIPTION AND A HISTORY OF THE NRA AND THE PROJECT BEING AWARDED: THIS PROCUREMENT WAS COMPETITIVELY SOLICITED UNDER AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO NASA RESEARCH ANNOUNCEMENT (NRA) NUMBER NNH13ZEA001N, NASA AERONAUTICS RESEARCH MISSION DIRECTORATE (ARMD) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN AERONAUTICS (ROA) 2013 APPENDIX B.2, PROGRAM: SYSTEM-WIDE SAFETY ASSURANCE TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT (SSAT1), SUBTOPIC NUMBER AFCS-1.5: DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS: DISTRIBUTED AIRSPACE SYSTEMS, RELEASED ON DECEMBER 18,2012. THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THE INTRINSIC SAFETY ATTRIBUTES OF CURRENT AND FUTURE AIR VEHICLES THAT WILL OPERATE IN THE NEXT GENERATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (NEXTGEN). A CENTRAL GOAL OF NEXTGEN IS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY AND CAPACITY OF OUR NATION S AIRPORTS AND AIRSPACE THROUGH THE STRATEGIC USE OF EXISTING AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. AUTOMATION WILL PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE REALIZATION OF THIS GOAL THROUGH A BROAD RANGE OF APPLICATIONS SUCH AS AUTOMATING LOW-LEVEL BACKGROUND ACTIVITIES TO FREE HUMAN OPERATORS TO FOCUS ON HIGHER-COMPLEXITY TASKS, PROVIDING AUTOMATED ADVISORIES TO A HUMAN OPERATOR TO SUPPORT DECISION-MAKING, OR COMPLETELY REPLACING SOME INSTANCES OF HUMAN DECISION-MAKING. HONEYWELL WAS SELECTED TO PURSUE SUBTOPIC SSAT AFCS 1.5 WHEREAS THE OBJECTIVE OF THE RESEARCH IS TO DEVELOP INITIAL CAPABILITIES TO ANALYZE AND ASSESS SAFETY OF NEXTGEN CAPABILITIES FROM A DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE. THE PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT EFFORT WILL BE PERFORMED OVER THREE YEARS, IN ONE-YEAR PHASED INCREMENTS. THE PURPOSE OF SETTING UP THE CONTRACT IN THIS MANNER SERVES TWO PURPOSES. FIRST, IN PHASE I, THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED IS BASIC RESEARCH; SHOULD THE RESEARCH NOT ACHIEVE THE GOALS SET OUT IN THE STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW), THE WORK CAN BE CONCLUDED AT THE END OF THE PHASE (BASE PERIOD). AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PERFORMANCE IN PHASE I, HONEYWELL WILL CONDUCT A BRIEFING THAT SUMMARIZES ALL ACTIVITIES PERFORMED AND DESCRIBE THE RESULTS AND LESSONS LEARNED. THIS WILL BE THE BASIS FOR DETERMINING WHETHER TO PROCEED INTO PHASE II. THE SAME REVIEW PROCESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THE END OF PHASE II. SECONDLY, ANOTHER REASON FOR THE PHASED APPROACHED IS THAT THERE IS A RISK THAT FUNDING WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO CONTINUE THE EFFORT. BY ESTABLISHING 3 ONE-YEAR PHASES, SEVERABLE POINTS IN THE CONTRACT ARE ESTABLISHED. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE I OF THIS CONTRACT WILL BE TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2015. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE II IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2016. THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR PHASE III IS TWELVE MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017. THE TOTAL POTENTIAL PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE FOR THIS CONTRACT IS THIRTY-SIX MONTHS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2014 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 21, 2017.
AR11: R&D- SPACE: AERONAUTICS/SPACE TECHNOLOGY (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNL14AA05C  
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
$0.00
7000: HOMELAND SECURITY, DEPARTMENT OF
1406: OFFICE OF POLICY, MANAGEMENT, AND BUDGET
00063: NBC ACQUISITION SERVICES DIVISION

DCA Definitive Contract
OTHER FUNCTIONS - RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF GEOSPATIAL LOCATION ACCOUNTABILITY AND NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERS (GLANSER), TO PROVIDE THE NEXT GENERATION OF FIRST RESPONDER TECHNOLOGIES WHICH IN ORDER TO ALLOW UNITED STATES FIRE ADMINISTRATION AND OTHER DEPARMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITTY STAKEHOLDERS AND END-USERS TO CONDUCT THEIR RESPECTIVE MISSIONS SAFER AND MORE EFFECTIVELY.
AZ14: R&D- OTHER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT)

  INN10PC20002     DHS BAA 09-02  

National Stock Numbers Related To CAGE 27327

  FSG    FSC    NSN    Part Number    Name  
  66    6685  6685-01-696-3661  BD142DR, 1A,2C,5A,6A    GAGE,PRESSURE,RECORDING  

  Alternate References: , 016963661  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0976  28110016    MINE,BOOSTER  

  Alternate References: , 010550976  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0987  28010029    PAD,PROJECTILE  

  Alternate References: , 010550987  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0990  28009999    PAD,PLATE  

  Alternate References: , 010550990  
  59    5995  5995-01-192-9971  11502087-1    CABLE ASSEMBLY,PRINTED,FLEXIBLE  

  Alternate References: , 011929971  
  12    1240  1240-00-604-9615  233060PC7    MOUNT,TELESCOPE  

  Alternate References: , 006049615  
  59    5930  5930-01-631-6936  2455RC    SWITCH,THERMOSTATIC  

  Alternate References: , 016316936  
  13    1320  1320-01-068-1478  9298392    PISTON,LAUNCHING,PROJECTILE  

  Alternate References: , 010681478  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0972  28104866-001    KILL MECHANISM AND OVERLAY ASSEMBLY,H.E  

  Alternate References: , 010550972  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0979  28103442    SLEEVE,EXPULSION CHARGE  

  Alternate References: , 010550979  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0969  28009608    TAPE,SPOTTING CHARGE  

  Alternate References: , 010550969  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0986  28010040    SEGMENT,COLUMN  

  Alternate References: , 010550986  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0991  28010006    BASE  

  Alternate References: , 010550991  
  59    5930  5930-01-622-0953  3106-145-19    SWITCH,THERMOSTATIC  

  Alternate References: , 016220953  
  48    4820  4820-00-402-0466  VP501A    VALVE,FLOW CONTROL  

  Alternate References: , 004020466  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0974  28104438    PLUG,HOUSING  

  Alternate References: , 010550974  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0988  28010012    PLATE,SHELF  

  Alternate References: , 010550988  
  13    1395  1395-01-055-0978  280099609    CUP,CHARGE  

  Alternate References: , 010550978  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0980  28103441    PLATE,PUSHER  

  Alternate References: , 010550980  
  13    1320  1320-01-068-3251  9298391    ROD,BATTERY ACTIVATION  

  Alternate References: , 010683251  
  14    1430  1430-01-007-9571  3439030    ACCELEROMETER  

  Alternate References: , 010079571  
  93    9330  9330-01-058-8841  MC8196-01    MOLDING COMPOUND,PLASTIC  

  Alternate References: , 010588841  
  25    2520  2520-00-347-6468  1015Z930    DISK,CLUTCH,VEHICULAR  

  Alternate References: , 003476468  
  59    5995  5995-00-470-2236  1995987-4    CABLE ASSEMBLY,RADIO FREQUENCY  

  Alternate References: , 004702236  
  30    3040  3040-20-006-0374  84467    LEVER,MANUAL CONTROL  

  Alternate References: , 200060374  
  28    2825  2825-00-567-6259  155-10    HOUSING,STATOR,TURB  

  Alternate References: , 005676259  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0970  28104865    KILL MECHANISM ASSEMBLY  

  Alternate References: , 010550970  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0975  28110015    HOUSING,TIMING AND FUZING  

  Alternate References: , 010550975  
  66    6695  6695-01-652-3641  2111-10K    TRANSDUCER,MOTIONAL PICKUP  

  Alternate References: , 016523641  
  59    5930  5930-01-657-2717  GLEB01A1B    SWITCH,SENSITIVE  

  Alternate References: , 016572717  
  12    1240  1240-00-693-5581  233075PC3    HOLDER,OPTICAL ELEMENT  

  Alternate References: , 006935581  
  66    6625  6625-00-893-0503  1857776REVB    VOLTMETER  

  Alternate References: , 008930503  
  59    5995  5995-00-498-6462  1995993-3    CABLE ASSEMBLY,RADIO FREQUENCY  

  Alternate References: , 004986462  
  66    6625  6625-01-166-7239  H478F    INERTIAL SENSOR ASSEMBLY  

  Alternate References: , 011667239  
NSN 5920-01-146-2112   59    5920  5920-01-146-2112  1265-4    ARRESTER,ELECTRICAL SURGE  

  Alternate References: , 011462112  
  59    5930  5930-01-622-0954  3106-145-20    SWITCH,THERMOSTATIC  

  Alternate References: , 016220954  
  62    6220  6220-01-597-4771  89616    CONTROL,DIRECTIONAL SIGNAL LIGHT,AUTOMOTIVE  

  Alternate References: , 015974771  
  66    6685  6685-21-900-0967  AV72    CONTROL,TEMPERATURE,INDICATING  

  Alternate References: , 219000967  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0989  28010005    PAD,BASE  

  Alternate References: , 010550989  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0985  28010046    PAD,WEDGE  

  Alternate References: , 010550985  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0983  28010048    SHIM,COLUMN  

  Alternate References: , 010550983  
  59    5985  5985-00-166-3762  28104307    ATTENUATOR,FIXED  

  Alternate References: , 001663762  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0973  28109802    KEEPER,BOOSTER  

  Alternate References: , 010550973  
  59    5905  5905-00-166-3757  28104306    RESISTOR,ELECTRICAL  

  Alternate References: , 001663757  
  58    5895  5895-01-230-9590  R7290A1001-1    AMPLIFIER-POWER SUPPLY  

  Alternate References: , 012309590  
  66    6695  6695-01-641-2376  MLH010BGD14B    TRANSDUCER,PRESSURE,FLUID-HYDRAULIC  

  Alternate References: , 016412376  
  66    6685  6685-01-696-1130  060-4256-02TJG    TRANSMITTER,PRESSURE  

  Alternate References: , 016961130  
  61    6105  6105-01-076-3844  M604CY42Z    MOTOR,CONTROL  

  Alternate References: , 010763844  
  13    1345  1345-01-056-5331  28009906    LEAD CUP ASSEMBLY  

  Alternate References: , 010565331  
  59    5930  5930-01-678-7260  87941    SWITCH,PUSH  

  Alternate References: , 016787260  
  59    5930  5930-01-586-6804  GLEB-24A2B    SWITCH,LEVER  

  Alternate References: , 015866804  
  80    8030  8030-01-067-6907  MC8226-01    COMPOUND  

  Alternate References: , 010676907  
  59    5930  5930-01-657-0666  914CE1-6L1    SWITCH,SENSITIVE  

  Alternate References: , 016570666  
  59    5935  5935-00-172-4596  UG1094U    CONNECTOR,RECEPTACLE,ELECTRICAL  

  Alternate References: , 001724596  
  59    5930  5930-01-682-2625  2455RC-9100-373    SWITCH,THERMOSTATIC  

  Alternate References: , 016822625  
  13    1320  1320-01-055-0984  28010047    PAD,DISC  

  Alternate References: , 010550984  
  13    1345  1345-01-055-0971  28107536    OVERLAY ASSEMBLY  

  Alternate References: , 010550971  
  59    5995  5995-00-563-5515  1995994-4    CABLE ASSEMBLY,RADIO FREQUENCY  

  Alternate References: , 005635515