SenSIP Manager: Consortium Manager Admin Account

Project: Research project

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Description

SenSIP Manager: Consortium Manager Admin Account SenSIP Consortium Membership; Raytheon Missile Systems SenSIP Core Project: Cancellation of Acoustic Echoes with Non-linear Components Sensip Core Project: Radar Signal Processing Research SenSIP Consortium Core Project: DSP and Sensor LabVIEW Software for use in Research and Education SenSIP Member National Instruments Y r 2 SenSIP Consortium Project: Core Project: Investigation of Waveform and Radar Mode Effects on Tracker Performance SenSIP Core Project: Yr 2; Cancellation of Echoes with Non-linear Components SenSIP Core Project: 2nd Yr; Radar Signal Processing Research SenSIP Core Project: Yr 2; DSP and Sensor LabVIEW Software for use in Research and Education SenSIP CORE PROJECT: Demonstration Software for New OSCI Standard Interfacing Techniques Train the student in the use of SystemC, TLM-2, QEMU and related tools Develop demonstration software to highlight the advantages of the new OSCI TLM-2 standard Test the effectiveness of the QEMU software capabilities In summary, the SenSIP consortium will take the necessary steps to become an I/UCRC center, either as a lead or as a site. It is anticipated that the earliest date to become an I/UCRC is January 2011. The details on the dates were listed above. Current members are: Acoustic Technologies, National Instruments, Raytheon Missile Systems, and Lockheed Martin. Intel Corporation and Freescale Semiconductor are currently negotiating the SenSIP agreement and are key prospects for 2010. Other member prospects include: Microchip, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Microsoft Research, Cisco, Mathworks, Nokia, Motorola, Sprint, Google, Dolby, Apple, LG communications, Marvell, and other sensor, signal processing and communications firms. The minimum membership fee is $25k. Members can also sign memberships at $50k. The F&A reduction for the SenSIP consortium core projects and the managers account is granted until June 30, 2011. If successful after the kickoff meeting or July 1st, 2011 (whichever comes first), ASU will support a continued 10% F&A reduction on the SenSIP consortium core projects and the managers account. SenSIPConsortium Membership: Raytheon Missle Systems, Tucson, Year 3l SenSIP Core Project: Yr 3; Radar Signal Processing Research (continuation) SenSIP Consortium Membership; LG Communications SenSIP Consortium Project: Radar Signal Processing Research (CONTINUED - Year 4 / CHANGED PIs) SenSIP Consortium Project; LG Core Project: Sensor Internetworks for Time Critical Applications SenSIP Consortium Project; Core Project: Extraction of Advanced Geospatial Intelligence (AGI) from Commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery SenSIP Consortium Membership: Brainstorm Technologies I/UCRC CGI : SenSIP - A Research Site of the Net-Centric Software and Systems Center Understanding Human Activity Beyond the Visible Spectrum The proposed project investigates human motion exploitation in infra-red spectral bands for security and surveillance in complex scenes. The project will exploit the unique benefits offered by IR cameras in detection of humans in challenging scenarios, with advanced mathematical techniques for human activity analysis based on dynamical models and manifolds. SenSIP Center IUCRC Industry Membership: Interactive Flow Corporation SenSIP Center (I UCRC) Industry Membership: VIASOL ENERGY SenSIP Center (I/UCRC) Industry Membership: Intel SenSIP CORE Project: Contextual Activity Analysis SENSIP Center (I/UCRC) Industry Membership: APPLIED CORE TECHNOLOGY INC SenSIP Center (I/UCRC) Industry Membership: Raytheon Company SenSIP Center (I/UCRC) Industry Membership: Raytheon Company 2 (Radar) ICURC Supplement Agreement: SenSip and Interactive Flow Studies Membership Freescale SenSIP SenSIP - Intel Membership 2nd Year Renewal and Extension SenSIP - Intel Membership 2nd Year Renewal
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date8/1/077/31/17

Funding

  • INDUSTRY: Various Consortium Members: $370,758.00

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