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Boston Business Journal | November 27, 2007
Boston Micromachines gets $750K defense grant

Boston Micromachines Corp. has received a Department of Defense grant to develop a device to prevent friendly fire incidents.

The Watertown, Mass.-based company has received $750,000 through the DoD's Small Business Technology Transfer Program (STTR) for the project. The company is teaming up with Boston University to advance its Secure Communicating Optical Ultra-small Transponder (SCOUT). The device will use an active mirror to rapidly identify friendly soldiers, vehicles or aircraft.

The concept was developed under a previous grant through STTR. The new two year grant project will bring the concept into production and demonstrate functionality.

 
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