- SBIR Phase I/IB Award for Development of an Affordable and Versatile
Spectral Induced Polarization (SIP) Borehole Tool
National Science Foundation awarded O&E a Small
Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase
I/IB grant to work with Rutgers University to develop a prototype
of a frequency domain spectral induced polarization (SIP) borehole
tool that can be used to collect data in boreholes over a wide frequency
range with high accuracy/resolution.
- Thin Client -
Thin client used in medical, defense, and manufacturing test applications.
FreeScale processor. Runs O&E developed executive or Linux. LCD
and touchsreen controller, USB and 10/100BT interfaces.
Developed custom transmit and receive antennas for medical application.
Also developed the control and human/system interface electronics.
Visible Light and Thermal Imaging -
Developed TI DSP based visible light and thermal cameras. Both still
image and full motion video. Performed application specific image
analysis. Development done in C, C++, C# and DSP assembler.
Motor Control -
Developed TI DSP based high power sensorless brushless DC motor
controllers for military application. Also implemented resolver
feedback versions. Development done in C and C++ and DSP assembler.
Backplane, Switch Fabric, and system manager -
Developed 100BT 16 slot backplane, switch fabric and system manager
for a telecom product. The system manager used PowerPC and Marvell
Galileo chipset. Switch fabric implemented with Broadcom switches.
- Motor Control -
Motor controller for medical application uses Motorola DSP and RISC
processor for medical application. Interfaces include CAN, USB,