Fat Line Towed Array Straightening System - June 2015
Adaptive Methods participated in the Navy’s 2015 Transition Assistance Program (TAP) with our Phase II topic, N121-074 Fat Line Towed Array Straightening System. The TAP offers small businesses technology transition/commercialization assistance by providing the services of a business acceleration manager, a market researcher, and others to accelerate the transition of technology. The culminating event of the TAP is the Navy Opportunity Forum (NOF), a technology conference that brings together SBIR and STTR awardees, the US Navy, and large prime contractors to exchange information, program needs, and requirements. This year’s keynote speech was given by Rear Admiral Mat Winter, Chief of Naval Research. RADM Winter stated, “The Navy Opportunity Forum is well named. This gathering uniquely promotes discovery of new ideas, talented people in small business and new partnerships in the defense industry to mature new technologies that will benefit the Navy and nation.”
The NOF organizers recorded videos of the daily events and interviewed a select set of SBIR technology providers. Adaptive Methods’ technologies are presented in all three recaps. Complete videos are available on YouTube at:
Day 1 Recap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-97KrISO_tc
Day 2 Recap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkwZXLPWALQ
Day 3 Wrap-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3YH5ID2Cts
Adaptive Methods, Inc. (www.adaptivemethods.com) is a developer of advanced sensor systems, sensor processing, and computing architecture products for surveillance, security and military combat systems. Adaptive Methods is based in Centreville, Virginia, with satellite offices in five states. For additional information, contact email@example.com.
Adaptive Methods engineer describing SBIR technology at NOF 2015