DARPA-BAA-14-48: Strategic Technologies, Response Date 9/17/2015
DARPA is seeking innovative ideas and disruptive technologies that offer the potential for significant capability improvement across the Strategic Technology Office focus areas. This includes technology development related to Battle Management, Command and Control (BMC2), Communications and Networks, Electronic Warfare, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), Position, Navigation, and Timing (PNT), Maritime, and Foundational Strategic Technologies and Systems.
DARPA-BAA-15-09: Target Recognition and Adaption in Contested Environments, Response Date 1/29/2015
The Target Recognition and Adaption in Contested Environments (TRACE) program seeks to develop algorithms and techniques that rapidly and accurately identify military targets using radar sensors on manned and unmanned tactical platforms. TRACE will develop accurate, real-time, low-power target recognition systems that can be co-located with the radar to provide responsive long-range targeting for tactical airborne surveillance and strike applications. In addition, TRACE will deliver a flight demonstration of radar target recognition operating in tactically relevant air-to-ground counter air defense scenarios.
DARPA-BAA-15-08: Resilient Synchronized Planning and Assessment for the Contested Environment (RSPACE), Response Date 3/11/2015
DARPA is soliciting innovative research proposals to create a revolutionary distributed planning capability to provide resilient command and control (C2) and manage complex military operations when communications are limited and unreliable.Proposers Day Briefs Attendee List
DARPA-BAA-15-07: Advanced RF Mapping (RadioMap) Phase 3, Response Date 2/13/2015
DARPA is soliciting innovative research proposals in the area of tactical Radio Frequency (RF) situational awareness employing a heterogeneous sensor network whose constituent devices include RF receiver/transmitters deployed for other purposes, to support small unit operations, spectrum management and other Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO).
DARPA-BAA-15-28: Future Arctic Sensing Technologies, Response Date 4/14/2015
DARPA is soliciting innovative research proposals in the area of novel Arctic sensor systems. In particular, DARPA is interested in concepts for low-cost, rapidly-deployable, environmentally friendly, unmanned sensor systems, including deployment and data reach-back from above the Arctic Circle that can detect, track and identify air, surface and subsurface targets.
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