SBIRS

AcronymDefinition
SBIRSSpace-Based Infrared System
SBIRSSpace Based Infra-Red Surveillance
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Power Electronics Leveling Solutions--headed by Jeremy Junghans, Panneer Selvam and Brian Rowden--also received an SBIR worth $70,000.
--2003c, Defense Acquisitions: Despite Restructuring, SBIRS High Program Remains at Risk of Cost and Schedule Overruns, United States General Accounting Office Report to the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces, Committee on Armed Services, U.S.
The SBIRS SPO (SMC/MT) is located at the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Los Angeles AFB, California.
Air Force and industry teammates for their outstanding partnership in successfully delivering SBIRS to orbit today.
ET and last 40 minutes for the launch of the Space Based Infrared System GEO Flight 4 known as SBIRS.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program makes funding available to small companies to develop technologies to meet warfighting requirements and that can transition to a program of record and commercialization.
But what has changed since we started the SBIRS ground system?
This problem largely came about because of the multiyear schedule slippages but also because some of the parts are unique to SBIRS and have only a single supplier or no source.
"SBIRS will work alongside and eventually replace DSP," Colonel Moody said.
In 1996, DOD initiated the Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) to replace the nation's current missile detection system, and to provide expanded missile warning capability.
The DoD must follow through on existing acquisition programs such as the SBIRS, Wideband Global SATCOM System, and GPS IIF to show us these can work.
The next generation of these satellites, designated the Space-Based Infra-Red System (SBIRS), is being optimized for exactly this role.