SMART ePANTS

Smart Electrically Powered and Networked Textile Systems
SMART ePANTS

Summary

SMART ePANTS program aims to develop sensor systems that can record and store audio, video and location data. For maximum comfort and dexterity of the user, additional program objectives include sensor integration into clothing, where the garment maintains similar stretchability, bendability, surface roughness and washability attributes to a comparable garment containing no sensor. SMART ePANTS sensor systems will also be safely worn against the skin, be reusable, and be capable of exporting the data they gather to an external data storage device (such as a computer hard drive). Sensor systems will be entirely incorporated into textile materials such as threads, or (to a limited extent) expected rigid components of commercial garments such as buttons, grommets, zippers, piping, collar stays or other structural pieces.

 

HYBRID PROPOSERS' DAY INFORMATION

SMART ePANTS Virtual Proposers’ Day was held on Wednesday, 11 May 2022 from 10:30am to 5:00pm EST.

Sam.gov Reference

SMART ePANTS Proposers' Day Presentation

SMART ePANTS Teaming Information (Compiled Submissions)

SMART ePANTS Teaming Form

SMART ePANTS Technical Information 

SMART ePANTS Government Furnished Capabilities (GFC)

Services offered for potential inclusion in program applications
An Overview of GFC is available HERE: MIT - Lincoln Laboratory
For more Information about GFC, please contact us HERE: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Teaming Forms Received After Proposers' Day

UES, Inc. Teaming Form

Electroninks, Inc Capabilities Statements

Anthro Energy Capabilities Statement

IoT/AI Capabilities Statement

Mide Technology Capabilities Statement

Penn State University Capabilities Statement

UES, Inc. Capabilities Statement

UMass Lowell Capabilities Statement


Contact Information

Program Manager

Dr. Dawson Cagle

Contracting Office Address

Office of the Director of National Intelligence

Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity

Washington, DC 20511

Broad Agency Announcement (BAA)

Solicitation Status

PRE-SOLICITATION