Tag Archives: Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity

IARPA to Host Virtual Proposers’ Day for RF Anomaly Detection Program


The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity will formally introduce a program at an upcoming virtual meeting that seeks to explore methods to automate the detection and characterization of radio frequency anomalies. IARPA is scheduled to host the Proposers' Day for its Securing Compartmented Information with Smart Radio Systems initiative on Thursday, according to an Aug. 5 presolicitation notice.

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IARPA Releases Smartphone Cooling System RFI

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has issued a request for information on potential form factor approaches to develop portable electronic cooling systems for mobile devices such as a smartphone. In a FebBizOpps notice posted Friday, IARPA said it wants a technology designed to protect the mobile device from internal heat …

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IARPA, NIST Seek Cross-Lingual Data Retrieval Algorithms via Prize Competition

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity and the National Institute of Standards and Technology have invited academic and industry researchers worldwide to develop algorithms for retrieval of cross-lingual information through a $30K prize competition. IARPA said the OpenCLIR Challenge seeks technology that will work to help English speakers to identify content from blogs, …

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Johns Hopkins APL Wins First Place at IARPA-Led Geopolitical Forecasting Challenge

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory garnered first place in the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity‘s recent competition on geopolitical event prediction. JHU APL said Thursday it was among teams that competed to answer 165 geopolitical questions over a course of seven months for the Geopolitical Forecasting Challenge. Participants submitted predictions …

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IARPA Seeks Industry Input on Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility Security

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity is requesting for information on technologies and methods that would protect sensitive compartmented information facilities from radio frequency, optical, magnetic and acoustic threats. Sought technologies may include technical surveillance countermeasures for the detection of potential attacks against these facilities, the agency said Thursday in …

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