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About Halberd Match Corp
Halberd Match Corp is a company that received a Department of Defense SBIR/STTR grant for a project entitled: Radar Detection and Tracking of Small Maritime Targets at High Grazing Angles. The abstract given for this project is as follows: Development of high-grazing-angle radar signal processing techniques that employ a long integration time approach with a pulse agile beam that can be used to reliably detect, identify and discriminate maritime targets. Furthermore, we propose to conduct a proof- of-concept study that demonstrates the feasibility of using radar data coupled with advanced image analysis to detect moving submerged submarines. HMC has developed data processing technologies inherently aimed at facing low quality image challenges. The advanced image analysis method we propose is a customized pattern recognition technique using innovative algorithms and software-based logic. Our advanced approach identifies minute effects that submerged submarines generate on the sea-surface above. This proof-of-concept study will be completed within six months of contract award. Through this effort, HMC offers a new, non-acoustic radio frequency (RF) submarine tracking capability and a high-value operational system to enhance the Navy's antisubmarine warfare (ASW) capabilities. Additional technologies examined in this proposed project will include advanced image processing of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data and exploitation, automatic target recognition (ATR) and classification. Our proposed effort supports a number of the top-level Naval Research Areas of Interest as non-acoustic ASW sensors and systems, rapid precision ASW targeting technologies and techniques and others
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Halberd Match Corp Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Halberd Match Corp's headquarters?
Halberd Match Corp's headquarters is located at 1230 Parkway Ave Suite 306, Ewing.
What is Halberd Match Corp's latest funding round?
Halberd Match Corp's latest funding round is Grant.
Who are the investors of Halberd Match Corp?
Investors of Halberd Match Corp include U.S. Department of Defense.
Who are Halberd Match Corp's competitors?
Competitors of Halberd Match Corp include Polaris Sensor Technologies and 4 more.
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