Developing Models for Military and/or Civilian Medical Training from Field Data Collected from Sensors (MATADOR) Award
Pre-Application Submission Deadline: 5:00 p.m. Eastern time (ET), November 14, 2016 Anticipated FY17 DHP RDT&E appropriation to fund approximately three (3) MATADOR Award applications, depending on the quality and number of applications received.JPC1_FY17_MATADOR_PA_GGv1_15-Sept-2015.pdf
The maximum period of performance is 2 years The anticipated total costs budgeted for the entire period of performance will not exceed $750,000 (Indirect & Direct)
The Opportunity seeks applications to support research for the development and preliminary validation of a conceptual predictive model with the ability to rapidly collect, analyze, and weigh sensor and/or biosurveillance data collected directly from the field (not be limited to a particular type of field environment) via a variety of sensors and/or biosurveillance systems. It is critical for research projects to create standards, specifications, format, and storage of the collected data/information as appropriate to the initial stages of the proposed working model.
Funding opportunity number: W81XWH-16-DMRDP-MSIS-MAT
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