Office of Naval Research seeks proposals for Target Processing Center program

US Navy 112On January 16, the Office of Naval Research issued the following presolicitation notice (ONR-BAA-15-0004).   Interested contractors should respond by 3:00pm EST on February 24, 2015.

The Office of Naval Research is interested in receiving white papers and full proposals for Advanced Technology Development for a Future Naval Capability (FNC) program called Target Processing Center (TPC) Sensor Correlation and Fusion.

The focus of this FNC is to (1) automate and improve geolocation of both point of impact (POI) and point of origin (POO) of artillery, rocket, and mortar (ARM) targets; (2) reduce ARM target false acquisitions; (3) improve timeliness and appropriateness of decision-making and other responses; and (4) enhance threat identification (ID) capability, all through the automation, correlation and fusion of the sensor and intelligence data.

This FNC will demonstrate that sensor correlation and fusion can speed accurate firing decisions and provide timely information into the intelligence cycle.

Full information is available here.

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