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1 Wireless Program Interested Organizations - wiEngine Wireless Multiple Access Surface Acoustic Wave Sensor System for Diverse EnvironmentsWireless Multiple Access Surface Acoustic Wave Sensor System for Diverse Environments M. Pereira da Cunha, University of Maine Micro/Nano Sensors & Low Interference Wireless IC's for Aerospace ApplicationsMicro/Nano Sensors & Low Interference Wireless IC's for Aerospace Applications David Russel, IAR-NRC Advanced Sensory Prognostics and Management SystemsAdvanced Sensory Prognostics and Management Systems Douglas L. Goodman, Ridgetop Group, Inc Surface Acoustic Wave Passive Wireless Multi-Sensor SystemsSurface Acoustic Wave Passive Wireless Multi-Sensor Systems Donald C. Malocha, University of Central Florida Microfabrication capabilities and optical microsensor activities at INOMicrofabrication capabilities and optical microsensor activities at INO Francis Picard, INO Power for Wireless Sensor NetworksPower for Wireless Sensor Networks Ahmadreza Tabesh and Luc G. Fréchette, Universite de Sherbrooke Challenges to Technology Development and Transition - From Idea to Implementation; Lockheed Martin PerspectiveChallenges to Technology Development and Transition - From Idea to Implementation; Lockheed Martin Perspective Duane Cuttrell, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics 1

2 Wireless Program Workshop - Projects 2 Focus AreasProjects / Programs Description Fly-by- Wireless Wi-TestbedTestbeds to evaluate protocols for critical communications with airborne applications Wi-EngineReplace the wiring harness and sensors currently used for engine monitoring with a wireless system that reduces the wire, wire connectors, wire holds, weight, component volume, system cost and maintenance cost. Wi-SHMIn-situ SHM of thick laminate composite structures Wi-SenseAddress the need for passive wireless thermal, acceleration, and acoustic emission sensors for structural health monitoring. This includes the distribution of sensor networks and the necessity for large quantities of sensors for testing and monitoring large structures

3 Fly-by-Wireless Focus AreasProjects / Programs DescriptionStatusOutcome Fly-by- Wireless Wi-TestbedTestbeds to evaluate protocols for critical communications with airborne applications Phase 1: Concept of operation completed Phase 2: Creation of project team completed Phase 3: Funding proposals to project team members in progress Phase 4: Project implementation Implement a wireless testbed to evaluate the most appropriate protocol for critical communications with airborne applications; ID key performance nodes, and Resistance to EMI/EMP/HIRF. Wi-EngineReplace the wiring harness and sensors currently used for engine monitoring with a wireless system that reduces the wire, wire connectors, wire holds, weight, component volume, system cost and maintenance cost. Phase 1: Concept of operation and Creation of project team in progress Phase 2: Funding proposals in progress Phase 3: Teaming agreement Phase 4: Project implementation Implementation of a Wireless Sensor System for Engine Monitoring Wi-SHMIn-situ SHM of thick laminate composite structures Phase 1: The Wi-SENSE project team lead by NASA LaRC to formulate the concept of operation Phase 2: Funding proposals in progress Phase 3: Teaming agreement Phase 4: Project implementation Structural health monitoring of the main fuselage and/or the main structure Wi-SenseAddress the need for passive wireless thermal, acceleration, and acoustic emission sensors for structural health monitoring. This includes the distribution of sensor networks and the necessity for large quantities of sensors for testing and monitoring large structures Phase 1: The Wi-SENSE project team lead by NASA LaRC to formulate the concept of operation Phase 2: Funding proposals in progress Phase 3: Teaming agreement Phase 4: Project implementation Simplification of the testing process, enhanced accuracy of test results, and reduced test time for larger surface areas

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7 7 UTC Wireless Project Potential Program for UTC GroupPotential Program for UTC Group Pratt and Whitney – Canada RolePratt and Whitney – Canada Role Sikorsky RoleSikorsky Role Hamilton Sundstrand RoleHamilton Sundstrand Role CANEUS RoleCANEUS Role Project Concept ProposalProject Concept Proposal

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9 Funding IRB Opportunities Strategic Airlift – Engines: Prime Contractor: Pratt & Whitney Company Contact: Rick Harvey Industry Canada Manager: John MacInnis , Rick Santos Contract Period: 2007–2017 Description: Acquisition of the engines for the C-17s acquired to fill Canada's Strategic Airlift Capability. MHP – Maritime Helicopter Project Prime Contractor: Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Company Contact: James Corcoran Industry Canada Manager: Bryan Dalphy Contract Period: Acquisition contract: 2004–2014 In-Service Support contract: 2004–2024 Description: Replacement of the current SeaKing Helicopter fleet and the provision of in-service support for the new fleet. 9


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