Nokomis, Inc. Is Awarded Air Force SBIR Contract

July 27, 2010

Nokomis, Inc. has been awarded an Air Force Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base for “Autonomous and Adaptive Techniques to Collect and Analyze RF Effects Data

 

July 27, 2010 - Nokomis, Inc. has been awarded an Air Force Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base for “Autonomous and Adaptive Techniques to Collect and Analyze RF Effects Data”.

 

High-Power Microwave and Radio-Frequency Directed Energy Weapon (HPM/RF DEW) technologies are able to effectively engage electronic systems in military environments resulting in the debilitation or disruption of critical system functionality.

 

The Phase I contract provides proof-of-concept funding for advanced development of an automated system to assess Directed Energy (DE) effects. The Phase II component of this effort has a value of $750,000.

 

“Directed Energy is poised to change the military landscape as we know it” said, Walter J. Keller, CEO of Nokomis, “We are extremely excited by the uniquely innovative approach put forth by our team for the automated and adaptive collection of Directed Energy effects data.”

 

Nokomis is a HUBZone certified small business headquartered in Charleroi, PA with offices in Toledo, OH; Mather, PA; Baltimore, MD and Tacoma, WA. The company provides the highest quality products, engineering expertise, customer service, and robust technical solutions. Nokomis develops, manufactures and supports pre-eminent electromagnetic products for the defense industry