Infosheet H2FMS

Holistic Health & Fitness Management System (H2FMS)

The Army currently measures Soldiers' health primarily using physical fitness data. This ignores the other four domains targeted by the Army's Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) initiative (sleep, nutrition, spiritual, and mental readiness).

Infosheet Soldier Power Cohort

Soldier Power Cohort

Soldiers on the move need off-grid, low-power solutions that meet extended operational requirements without creating additional burdens. This is an opportunity to co-create the next-generation of expeditionary power.

Infosheet IT/AT

Design Next-Level Training

Synthetic training is increasingly integral to the U.S. Army’s training models. The Army wants technology that can enhance synthetic training for Soldiers so that simulations are intelligent, adaptive, and humanlike.

Infosheet VBIM

Inventory, Evolved

Counting inventory is one of the U.S. Army’s biggest modernization problems. The Army wants to partner with industry to create inventory management software.

Infosheet RCV

RCV Sustainment

Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCVs) reduce the risk to Soldiers and deliver advantages during conflict. But the U.S. Army can only retain these advantages if RCVs can stay in the fight.

Infosheet LC/LPD

LC/LPD

The Army is seeking a Low-Cost, Low Probability of Detection (LC/LPD) radio solution that allows for secure communications and network resiliency.

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The Cohort Program

A faster way to source relevant insights and solutions from the commercial market that can be converted, scaled, and integrated across the Army.

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ExoSense

The Army Applications Laboratory is looking for creative solutions to develop a system that interprets and delivers exoskeleton sensor data into an open-architecture handheld radio device.

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SF-STAR

The Army Applications Laboratory is looking for radio technology that uses SF-STAR to improve spectrum efficiency, reduce interference, and operate across environments.

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Automating Artillery Logistics and Operations

Our approach to storing, shipping, and loading munitions has not fundamentally changed in the past 100 years. The autonomous resupply problem — or Field Artillery Autonomous Resupply (FAAR) — is a top Army priority.

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Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles

As part of a Highly Electrified Platform (HEP), we are looking for innovators who can develop a next generation energy storage device for future U.S. Army vehicle platforms, to include hybrids and fully electric vehicles.

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Wireless Power Transfer

The Army is increasingly relying on expeditionary electric power from soldier-borne equipment and novel UAS platforms, to life support and communication systems in command posts, and the desire to electrify combat vehicles.

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Portable Atomic Clock

Precise timing is critical for numerous Army applications, including navigation, communications, surveillance, and synchronization of sensors and systems.

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This is SPARTN

A new era demands a new way of doing business. SPARTN blends government and industry best practices to introduce a whole-of-Army approach to innovation.

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PALADIN | FIRE FASTER

Reloading the cannon armament of Self-Propelled Howitzers is a highly manual process. As part of the SPARTN program, the Army is exploring alternative cannon reloading approaches that can support high, sustained rates of fire.

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The Power Transfer Cohort

The U.S. Army wants to join forces with new industry partners through the Power Transfer Cohort to help fast-track our transition to electric vehicles.

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2020 – A Year In Review: Army Applications Laboratory

From proving new business models to reducing barriers for commercial solvers to work with the U.S. Army, see what we've been up to - much of it virtually - during the past 12 months.

Power Transfer Cohort Whitepaper

Power Transfer Whitepaper

The Power Transfer Cohort worked with six companies, the Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team, and the Ground Vehicle System Center to advance the Army's infrastructure.

Case Study-Project Moss: Stay Connected. Stay Alive.

Project Moss: Stay Connected. Stay Alive.

Information is power. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the battlefield. Access to timely information and reliable, secure communication is not just critical to mission success — it’s a matter of survival.

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FAAR Snapshot

LRPF CFT wanted to go beyond the conventional requirements process and find ways to apply current innovations to improve performance.

Video-AAL: Ask Me Anything July 2021

Ask Me Anything: October 2021

Join the AAL's Corporate Ventures team for a quick rundown on how AAL sources and funds solutions followed by an "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) session.

Video-AAL: Ask Me Anything July 2021

Ask Me Anything: July 2021

Watch our July AMA with guest speaker Joe who discusses the contracting process and what companies can expect if selected for an award.

Video-AAL: Ask Me Anything June 2021

Ask Me Anything: June 2021

Get a brief overview of AAL, submission tips, and proposal advice. Listen to Zach from Tech give specific pointers from the team's experience reviewing proposals.

Video-Fed Supernova 2021

Fed Supernova 2021

Learn how AAL is making the Army a realistic and desirable business partner at Fed Supernova.

Video-Long Range Precision Fires

Long Range Precision Fires

The reload process for Self-Propelled Howitzers (SPH) requires a solution that makes sense. Watch this quick overview of this problem for the Long-Range Precision Fires Cross Functional Team.

Video-FAAR Docuseries

FAAR Docuseries

In just 12 weeks, the six companies in the FAAR Cohort co-designed and presented 14 new solution concepts that could enhance the ERCA resupply process. Watch it unfold in our docuseries that goes behind the scenes of the first cohort.

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H2FMS Webinar #2

The Army currently measures Soldiers' health primarily using physical fitness data. This ignores the other four domains targeted by the Army’s Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) initiative (sleep, nutrition, spiritual, and mental readiness).

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H2FMS Webinar #1

This webinar is to learn about AAL’s newest SPARTN SBIR topic — Holistic Health & Fitness Management System (H2FMS).

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Tethered UAS Webinar

The Army wants software or hardware solutions that can enhance Tethered unmanned aircraft system (TeUAS) mobility, durability, and communication capabilities.

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LEEP Webinar

The Army wants software to enhance the UI/UX and leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning, of the current Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, to produce better insights.

Webinar-IT/AT

IT/AT Webinar

Virtual Human Integration Supporting Intelligent Tutoring / Adaptive Training (IT/AT) is looking for technology that can create intelligent, adaptive, and humanlike synthetic training for Soldiers.

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Robotic Combat Vehicle #2

Watch the second Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCVs) Webinar for in-depth information about this topic. View slides.

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Robotic Combat Vehicle #1

Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCVs) reduce the risk to Soldiers and deliver advantages during conflict. Watch the RCV Webinar to learn about the RCV modernization efforts. View slides.

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Fire Faster

Reloading Self-Propelled Howitzers (SPH) is a highly manual process. The Army needs a way to do this better. Watch this webinar to learn more about the Fire Faster cohort.

Webinar-Fire Faster | Part #2

Fire Faster | Part #2

Improving the reloading process of the Self-Propelled Howitzer is a complex topic. Watch Fire Faster Part #2 for a closer look into the problem.

Webinar-SPARTN | An Introduction

SPARTN | An Introduction

We introduced a brand new program to the Army — and to the small businesses that want to work with us — called the Special Program Awards for Required Technology Needs. Or, simply, SPARTN. Watch this introduction to SPARTN.

This is SPARTN Webinar #2

This is SPARTN

The SPARTN program offers an opportunity for small businesses to work with the Army and support Army modernization priorities. Learn more details about the SPARTN program.

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