This is different, but potentially important. According to this article in Defense Systems, the “Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is seeking white papers that would help it determine the capabilities of industry to produce Airborne Light Detection and Ranging systems and products and determine a forward path for expanded use of the technology in tactical and strategic intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.”
The Georgia Tech Research Institute is under contract to develop and publish the Airborne LIDAR Design Study Plan. Parties interested in contributing to the effort are asked to submit a short white paper describing their LIDAR technology capabilities.
Here’s the FedBiz Opps link.