Armorworks, Inc.

305 N. 54th Stret
Chandler, AZ 85226
http://www.armorworks.com
399 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 23
Total Value of Awards $5.49MM
First Award Date 04/14/99
Most Recent Award Date 10/30/13

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Lou Dr. Ken-An Lou 10 Message
Perciballi Mr. William Perciballi 10 Message
An-Lou Dr. Ken An-Lou 1 Message
Wilhelm Marianne Wilhelm 3 Message
Taylor Jay Taylor 1 Message
Percibali Wiliam Percibali 0 Message

23 Awards Won

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF121-192
Budget: 10/30/13 - 02/01/16

ABSTRACT: A phase II program is proposed leading to integrate wireless inductive power transfer technology on two prototype tactical vests. The focus of the phase II program would be the development and evaluation of a full-scale inductive power transfer system on a PRC-152 radio by both modifying and interfacing its battery. Because a mating ve...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF121-192
Budget: 07/20/12 - 04/22/13

ABSTRACT: ArmorWorks will develop an airman s personal power distribution system that employs inductively coupled power transfer at connection nodes to portable electronic equipment. The system reduces battery logistic burdens created by the use of airman mounted electronic devices and will continue to be ever more practical as advances in power...

Phase 2 STTR

Institution: University of California, San Diego

Agency: Navy
Topic: N09-T032
Budget: 02/23/11 - 08/22/12

The goal of this STTR Phase II program is to design, build, and evaluate the blast resistance of a prototype structure for a specific Navy lightweight tactical vehicle. The performance of the prototype will meet the program goal to be less than 10 lb/ft2, and to reduce the amount of transmitted impulse at least 30 percent compared to a monolithi...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A08-197
Budget: 01/15/10 - 01/14/12

There is an acute need for lightweight, articulating elbow and knee ballistic systems that provide protection against NIJ Level II threat projectiles. The goal of this SBIR Phase II program is to continue development and optimization of an innovative lightweight, articulating elbow and knee protection system that is capable of meeting current L...

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: University of California, San Diego

Agency: Navy
Topic: N09-T032
Budget: 06/29/09 - 04/30/10

The goal of this STTR Phase I program is to develop lightweight and volumetrically-efficient structures that can be applied to the underbody and sides of lightweight tactical vehicles such as the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) or Mine-Resistant Ambush Vehicle (MRAP). The design will meet the weight goal to be less than 10 lb/...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-107
Budget: 06/17/09 - 12/17/09

Our SBIR Phase I effort focuses on developing a flexible armor system which is capable of meeting current Level IV protection requirements. We plan to use commercially available materials similar to the current armor plates such as the E-SAPI and X-SAPI plates. Our unique design uses multiple shapes of ceramic tiles in a multi-layered configurat...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A08-202
Budget: 02/18/09 - 08/18/09

The goal of this SBIR Phase I program is to develop procedures for laboratory testing to characterize various armor materials and structures subjected to blast loading due to land explosions created by land mines and explosive devices. ArmorWorks will prepare standardized guidelines for the laboratory test methods, including specimen geometry an...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A08-197
Budget: 02/01/09 - 08/01/09

There is an acute need for lightweight, articulating elbow and knee ballistic systems that provide protection against NIJ Level II threat projectiles. Our SBIR Phase I effort focuses on developing a flexible elbow and knee armor system which is capable of meeting NIJ 0101.04 Level II protection requirements. We plan to evaluate both commercial...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF081-005
Budget: 04/17/08 - 02/17/09

This Phase I program would examine the feasibility of developing an innovative mobile aircrew crashworthy seating prototype that allows the cabin crewmembers the freedom to perform the majority of their airborne tasks but also allows for easy and rapid repositioning or stowing of the seat to accommodate cargo/troop ingress/egress, hoist operatio...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A06-191
Budget: 09/26/07 - 09/26/09

This proposal describes a 24-month SBIR Phase II program to fabricate, test, and validate prototype fastener design concepts for an impulse resulting from an anti-vehicular blast event against a tactical vehicle. The design should reduce weight by 25-40% compared to typical fasteners, minimize shearing and fragmentation effects, and decrease th...

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