Surface to Air Missile Interceptor Debris Model for Anti-Ship Cruise Missile (ASCM) Defense
Navy SBIR FY2018.1


Sol No.: Navy SBIR FY2018.1
Topic No.: N181-059
Topic Title: Surface to Air Missile Interceptor Debris Model for Anti-Ship Cruise Missile (ASCM) Defense
Proposal No.: N181-059-0021
Firm: Corvid Technologies, LLC
145 Overhill Drive
Mooresville, North Carolina 28117
Contact: Anthony Nelson
Phone: (704) 799-6944
Web Site: http://www.corvidtec.com
Abstract: Corvid is pleased to offer the development of post intercept debris (PID) modeling software through a unique high fidelity physics-based process. CorvidÉ?Ts unique predictive High Fidelity Computational Physics (HFCP) simulation tools, supercomputing facilities, and PID analysis experience will be leveraged to successfully model surface to air missile interceptor debris including all components from both the interceptor and the target. The proposed approach is agnostic to specific interceptor and target combinations for maximum flexibility. Our Phase I approach will facilitate a successful Phase II transition beginning with the development of prototype software.
Benefits: Outside of DoD, Corvid will work with industry to leverage the debris modeling algorithms to mitigate potential affects due to civilian aircraft striking personal drones/RC-airplanes. As drone technology is proliferated the risk for civilian aircraft strike increases. Understanding potential damage to the commercial aircraft as well as debris scattered in air lanes would help guide response and course of action.

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