Defense Production Act Title III Advanced Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) Focal Plan Arrays (FPA) for Visible Sensors for Star Trackers (VSST) Project
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Federal Grant Title:
DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT TITLE III ADVANCED COMPLEMENTARY METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR (CMOS) FOCAL PLAN ARRAYS (FPA) FOR VISIBLE SENSORS FOR STAR TRACKERS (VSST) PROJECT
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The scope of this solicitation is to increase the availability of domestically produced visible imagers, manufactured using Advanced Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductors (CMOS) technology, that are designed to enable flexible visible imaging systems for use on-board satellite systems for Department of Defense and other U.S. Government needs. An example of the subject device is a visible sensor chip assembly (SCA) that meets the Staring Technology for Enhanced Linear Line-of-site Angular Recognition (STELLAR) specification. (See Appendix V of the BAA) Technical activities may consist of tasks such as capacity expansion, production yield improvement, and quality improvement. Sensor assembly and qualification tasks would also be considered. Technical activities must be supported with business development tasks as described in the BAA. This project should be undertaken by a manufacturer with a merchant supplier orientation wherein they are willing and capable of selling the subject devices to any customer.