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1. Incorporate innovative energy storage Polaris H4D Stanford 2018

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1. Incorporate innovative energy
storage and production
mechanisms
2. Improve energy efficiency of
radio
3. Optimize rescue processes
(SAR/SERE practices)
4. Optimize pack contents to
reduce weight
- Air Force SERE
- 9 RW Beale AFB
-88 TES (Guardian Angel)
- Air Force Research Laboratory
- Material suppliers to the Air
Force (incl. survival gear,
batteries, and electronics)
- FAA and NTSB
- Stanford University1
- National Renewable Energy
Lab
- Primary: Military pilots that
crash and the individuals
assigned to rescue them
Solo fighter, attack, and
reconnaissance aircraft pilots
- Secondary: Anyone in an IP
(isolated person) environment
with extreme size, weight, and
environmental constraints.
Improved power supply and
management for variety of pilot
devices.
Standardized and integrated
battery across devices.
Electrical system endurance
improvement from 4 to 28 days.
- Build electrical system that powers CSEL radio and other devices 28 days
- Preliminary testing batteries as
power supply and similar
devices
- Feedback from 88 Test and
Evaluation Squadron (Guardian
Angel)
Costs:
- Materials, equipment, and facilities to prototype
- Time with experts and travel costs
- $3,000
Timeline:
- 10 weeks
- Relationship with Sponsors,
military contacts and experts
- Team (mechanical and
electrical engineering expertise,
business experience)
-Stanford and course mentors
- pilots and rescue personnel,
by involving them in design
processes
- 88 TES (Guardian Angel Test
and Evaluation Squadron)
- USAF will implement/ evaluate
suggestions to pilot / implement
our solutions
Beneficiaries
Mission AchievementMission Budget/Costs
Buy-In/Support
Deployment
Value
Proposition
Key Activities
Key Resources
Key Partners
Power Management MMC

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