BGI Co.

Shenzhen, China
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Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Navy | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase II | Award Amount: 749.80K | Year: 2013

The Navy has identified a need for post mission digital debrief of shipboard operations using high fidelity, merged and corrected, moving ship and aircraft positional information.This capability will provide the warfighter the ability to debrief and analyze pilot performance in the shipboard recovery phase of maritime operations. Currently, land-based operations are depicted accurately from takeoff to landing with incredible fidelity. But, an as-yet untried extension to this concept, important due to the maritime nature of U.S. Navy operations, is to provide the same fidelity for operations in which landing occurs aboard a moving platform. Doing so requires the integration of the ships position and movement with those of the aircraft. Therefore there is a need to correct, compensate and display merged moving vehicle (ship and aircraft) positions at a fidelity level that support post-landing debriefing, while enabling and allowing automated and user defined corrections to data. This effort will result in implementation of data compensation algorithms, aircraft carrier specific configurations resulting in compensated data with increased fidelity necessary for post flight debrief of embarked operations. The implementation will provide techniques for interacting with the algorithm and manipulating data for the purposes of increasing the accuracy of the playback.


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Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Navy | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 79.88K | Year: 2014

The Navy"s need to analyze data from aircraft platforms for Maintenance, Operations, Safety and Training purposes is expanding exponentially as a result of new platforms and sensor systems capable of producing and storing vast amounts of data. Data is currently recorded in unique formats preventing aggregate data analysis. Creation of a common data format across platforms has proven cost prohibitive due to lack of common format definitions, encoding schemes, file types, or adherence to standards. Rather than costly modifications to platform data systems, innovative technology is required to create a capability to translate data from dissimilar formats into an interoperable data analysis system. The Universal Data Decoder extracts any platform"s data and provides the ability to direct the data into any other format, thus enabling data aggregation and analysis. This objective is accomplished through configuration rather than code for each new data source. The product provides an interactive tool to support modelling of input data formats, defining variations, and creating configurations and leverages existing platform interface documentation to automate the configuration, easing maintenance as new data is added. Specific benefits include insulation from changing data sources, quick and cost-effective integration to new data sources, and adherence to data standards.


Grant
Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Navy | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 149.86K | Year: 2012

BGI-LLC proposes to conduct research of an algorithm that merges Navy carrier and aircraft data that, when animated, provides insight into the landing performance. BGI will perform research, assembling substantive knowledge on the Navy source data, its fidelity and sources of uncertainty. BGI will use this knowledge in its research for methodological advancement, developing algorithms to compensate for the uncertainty in the data. Independently, BGI will examine the fidelity requirements of an animation. This will quantify operationally desirable attributes of the animation and support its evaluation. The algorithms, when applied to the data, will be processed within BGI"s Flight Visualization and Data Analysis (FVDA) software. This software will inherently manage the data in real-time with emphasis on data integrity. The FVDA will animate the corrected Navy source data resulting in the depiction of a carrier landing by an aircraft. These research products will provide the Navy with the insight that is desired.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

cyclones; cyclone separators.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

cyclones; cyclone separators.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

cyclones; cyclone separators.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

air sampling and monitoring equipment for sampling and monitoring particulate matter.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

electronic instrument for determining the accuracy of air sampling and monitoring equipment.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

electronic instrument for determining the accuracy of air sampling and monitoring equipment.


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BGI Inc. | Date: 2013-08-14

cyclones; cyclone separators.

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