Tag Archives: PARC

ARPA-E Funds Xerox PARC Mobile App Project for Energy-Saving Travel

PARC has received funds from the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to develop a mobile application model that will cater to individual travelers and drive energy savings in transportation. Under ARPA-E’s Traveler Response Architecture using Novel Signaling for Network Efficiency in Transportation program, the Xerox-owned company said Tuesday it will partner with …

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DARPA Picks 10 Participants for Nano-to-Millimeter-Scale Manufacturing Project

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected 10 participants in its Atoms to Product program, which seeks technology that can manufacture millimeter-scale products or materials out of nanometer-scale pieces. DARPA said Tuesday researchers will work to address the gap between nano-scale and millimeter-scale components through fabrication from atoms to microns …

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Booz Allen-Xerox PARC Team to Eye Sensor Tech, Internet of Things

Booz Allen Hamilton and Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary have partnered to offer technical expertise to government and commercial organizations as both companies aim to help clients address their mission and business challenges. Michael Farber, a Booz Allen executive vice president, said Thursday the alliance will also explore strategies to integrate PARC’s sensor technology and …

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DARPA Extends Xerox Subsidiary’s Disappearing Electronics Contract; Gregory Whiting Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has extended a contract with Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary for continued development work on a transient electronics technology. PARC made the Disintegration Upon Stress Release Trigger for DARPA’s Vanishing Programmable Resources program as the agency seeks to develop electronic systems that dissappear on command, Xerox said Wednesday. “This technology can …

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Xerox PARC to Build Micro-PV Cell Printer for DOE’s ARPA-E

PARC, a Xerox company, will develop a prototype micro-photovoltaic cell printer for the Energy Department as part of the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy‘s Micro-scale Optimized Solar-cell Arrays with Integrated Concentration program. Xerox said Wednesday the program aims to facilitate the high-volume, economical production of micro-PV cell arrays. The company added that PARC will utilize digital xerographic assembly …

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Energy Dept Awards PARC New Metal Sorting Tech Development Funds

Xerox subsidiary PARC has secured additional funds from the U.S. Energy Department to further develop a technology for processing and recycling scrap aluminum materials. PARC is developing an aluminum alloy detection system through the Modern Electro/Thermochemical Advancements for Light-metal Systems Program, run by DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, Xerox said …

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Battelle, GE Develop Battery Mgmt Systems Under DOE-Backed Program

The Energy Department has offered grants to help several technology organizations develop software products, sensors and predictive algorithms for managing the performance of lithium-ion batteries, Gigacom reported Wednesday. Katie Fehrenbacher writes Battelle designed an optical sensor that aims to detect internal battery faults, while General Electric built a miniaturized system …

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