Surveillance Mission Scheduling with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Dynamic Heterogeneous Environments

Surveillance Mission Scheduling with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Dynamic Heterogeneous Environments Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.Dylan Machovec Howard Jay SiegelSudeep PasrichaAnthony A. MaciejewskiRyan D. Friese Abstract: In this…

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The Systems AI Thinking Process (SATP) for Artificial Intelligent Systems

The Systems AI Thinking Process (SATP) for Artificial Intelligent Systems Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. Dr. Shelli Friess, School of Counseling, Walden University Abstract: Previous work has focused…

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CAES and Colorado Engineering Inc. Form Strategic Alliance for Advanced Technology Development

CAES, the leading provider of mission critical electronic solutions, and Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) have formed a strategic alliance to jointly develop advanced technology applicable to missile seekers, datalinks, electronic warfare systems, and next generation radar and communications systems.

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Artificially Intelligent Cyber Security: Reducing Risk & Complexity

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) is one of 38 companies, seven organizations and 14 individuals that will receive the prestigious 2020 Tibbetts Award for their accomplishments in creating cutting-edge technologies.

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Colorado Engineering Receives Second Tibbetts Award for Exceptional Successes Achieved through SBIR/STTR Program

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) is one of 38 companies, seven organizations and 14 individuals that will receive the prestigious 2020 Tibbetts Award for their accomplishments in creating cutting-edge technologies.

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A Hybrid Cognitive System for Radar Monitoring and Control using the Rasmussen Cognition Model

A Hybrid Cognitive System for Radar Monitoring and Control Using the Rasmussen Cognition Model Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. John Carbone, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Southern…

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Dynamic Heuristics for Surveillance Mission Scheduling with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Heterogeneous Environments

Dynamic Heuristics for Surveillance Mission Scheduling with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Heterogeneous Environments Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. Dylan Machovec, Dept of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Colorado State…

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Colorado Engineering’s Advanced Radar Architecture Improves Defense Programs

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) is one of 38 companies, seven organizations and 14 individuals that will receive the prestigious 2020 Tibbetts Award for their accomplishments in creating cutting-edge technologies. The SBIR program is highly competitive and encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for commercialization.

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Colorado Engineering is Proud Design Partner of Analog Devices, Inc.

The iScan Omega 1 is CEI's latest and greatest antenna module to take your next radar design to market quickly. Equipped with Analog Devices Inc.’s ADF5901 Tx and ADF5904 Rx downconverter, iScan Omega 1 has plenty of processing power to support a plethora of advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) algorithms.

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Colorado Engineering using Intel Agilex FPGA in PCIE Development Platform

Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) is one of just a few select companies using samples of the just-released Intel® Agilex™ FPGA in its lower-cost PCIE development platform. CEI also plans to develop appropriate host drivers, specific algorithms, and other associated IP for the board to create a turnkey development platform for designs based on the Agilex.

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Applications for Intelligent Information Agents (I2As): Learning Agents for Autonomous Space Asset Management (LAASAM)

Applications for Intelligent Information Agents (I2As): Learning Agents for Autonomous Space Asset Management (LAASAM) Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.Dr. Lawrence Scally, Colorado Engineering Inc.Michael Bonato, Colorado Engineering Inc.…

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Implicit Learning in Artificial Intelligent Systems: The Coming Problem of Real, Cognitive AI

Implicit Learning in Artificial Intelligent Systems: The Coming Problem of Real, Cognitive AI Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.Dr. Shelli Friess, LPC, NCC, ACS, School of Counseling, Walden UniversityDr.…

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Artificial Intelligence Profiles for Foundational Counselor Training Sessions

Artificial Intelligence Profiles for Foundational Counselor Training Sessions Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. Dr. Shelli Friess, LPC, NCC, ACS, School of Counseling, Walden University Abstract: Training for practicing…

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Human Cognition and Artificial Intelligence: The Artificial Prefrontal Cortex Revisited

Human Cognition and Artificial Intelligence: The Artificial Prefrontal Cortex Revisited Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. Dr. Shelli Friess, LPC, NCC, ACS, School of Counseling, Walden University Abstract: Many…

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Surveillance Mission Planning: Model, Performance Measure, Bi-Objective Analysis, Partial Surveils

Surveillance Mission Planning: Model, Performance Measure, Bi-Objective Analysis, Partial Surveils Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.Ryan D. Friese, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Howard Jay Siegel, Depts of Elect.…

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Methodologies for Continuous Life-long Machine Learning for AI Systems

Methodologies for Continuous Life-Long Machine Learning for AI Systems Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.John Carbone, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept, Southern Methodist University Abstract: Current machine learning architectures,…

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Artificial Neural Diagnostics and Prognostics: Self-Soothing in Cognitive Systems

Artificial Neural Diagnostics and Prognostics: Self-Soothing in Cognitive Systems Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. John N. Carbone, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., Southern Methodist University Abstract: Self-diagnostics and…

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Enhancing Prosthetic Musculotendinous Proprioception Utilizing Multidisciplinary Artificially Intelligent Learning Approach

Enhancing Prosthetic Musculotendinous Proprioception Utilizing Multidisciplinary Artificially Intelligent Learning Approach Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. John N. Carbone, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Southern Methodist University Ryan A.…

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Data Analytics: The Big Data Analytics Process (BDAP) Architecture

Data Analytics: The Big Data Analytics Process (BDAP) Architecture Authors: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc.John N. Carbone, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept, Southern Methodist University Abstract: Analysis, characterization and…

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Basics of Possibilistic PSYOPS for Decoy/Countermeasure Methods

Basics of Possibilistic PSYOPS for Decoy/Countermeasure Methods Author: Dr. James Crowder, Colorado Engineering Inc. Abstract: Situational/threat assessment strategies have been studied for generations. Typically, these threat assessments utilize Bayesian belief…

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Dr. James A. Crowder Recognized at 2018 World Congress for Outstanding Achievement

Dr. James A. Crowder, Systems Fellow at Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI), received the Outstanding Achievement Award for his research contributions to artificial intelligence and for serving as distinguished speaker at the 2018 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (CSCE’18) event in Las Vegas on July 30, 2018. The award was presented to Dr. Crowder by Dr. Hamid R. Arabnia, Chair of the CSCE 2018 Steering Committee.

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Colorado Engineering Unveils First Dual Intel Stratix 10 FPGA, Warp II, at SC17

Colorado Engineering, Inc. (CEI) unveiled its First Dual Intel Stratix 10 FPGA, Warp II, at Super Computing 2017 (SC17) in Denver. The WARP II PCIe card delivers up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA, 100GbE, and programmable OpenCL support to address today’s most challenging data-intense computing problems found in high-density data center and cloud service applications. In addition to the dual implementation of Intel’s Stratix® 10 FPGAs, the WARP II supports up to 136GB DDR4 per FPGA and 20 TFLOPS of peak performance (10 TFLOPS per FPGA)...

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CEI Teams with U.S. Navy on Radar System for Lockheed Martin Joint Strike Fighter

The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division in Lakehurst, N.J. awarded a $3 million contract to Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) last week to design, fabricate and test graphics processing units (GPUs) paired with a supporting processor infrastructure to upgrade radar aboard the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter Block 4.

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Colorado Engineering’s 2015 Success Story Recognized by National Instruments

CEI developed a reconfigurable RF system with more than 40 RF devices (various amplifiers, mixers, and filters) connected by a switch matrix. The switch matrix is controlled by a microcontroller connected via USB to a PC running NI AWR Design Environment™.

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CEI and Ball Aerospace Developing Sense and Avoid (SAA) Targeted Advanced Radar Technology (START)

SAA Targeted Advanced Radar Technology (START) Receives SBIR Phase III Award - AF09-133. The CEI team offers a unique perspective on Sense and Avoid (SAA) radar technology that will benefit the program described by this SBIR topic. CEI and Ball Aerospace are developing a radar supporting the SAA mission for Global Hawk under an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)-sponsored program called USTAR: Unmanned Sense, Track, and Avoid Radar.

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CEI Wins Excellence in Aerospace and Defense Award

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. 9, 2013 – The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance honored Colorado Engineering Inc. with the 2013 Economic Sector Award of Excellence in Aerospace/Defense at their annual gala on Saturday, November 9, 2013, at The Broadmoor’s International Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Alliance exists to provide a better quality of life for the citizens of Colorado Springs.
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Kansas State University Honors Nancy E. Scally with the 2012 Entrepreneur Award

The College of Human Ecology at Kansas State University recognized six alumni and one company at a dinner in their honor today at Justin Hall. The event kicked off the college's Celebration of Excellence. The annual awards pay tribute to alumni who have made significant professional contributions to their fields.

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Colorado Engineering Receives 2011 Tibbetts Award

Colorado Engineering Inc. (CEI) received the 2011 Tibbetts Award from the Small Business Administration (SBA) for its reconfigurable advanced rapid-prototyping environment (RARE) technology. SBA presents the awards to companies and individuals that have advanced technological innovation and economic growth. (more…)

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