Abstract:Building upon NEI's core competency in developing and producing nanotechnology-based functional coatings, we propose to leverage our existing superhydrophobic coating technology to develop a new class of superhydrophobic coating that is both durable and has the ability to self-heal. The… more
Abstract:Currently used air filters in DOD infrastructures are limited in their ability to adsorb Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Further, these filters are designed for single use, and need to be replaced frequently, hence increasing the maintenance cost. The… more
Abstract:nanoPrecision Products (nPP) proposes the development of a new family of hermetic multi-fiber optic feed-through sub-assemblies and the related optoelectronics packaging attachment processes for avionics fiber optic transceivers. A low-cost manufacturing process will be developed to produce the… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Recent advances in microCT machines have made it possible to image with a resolution of lt 10 m. Scans take ~6 to 20 minutes to acquire, and current iodine contrast agents due to their short half life are not generallysuitable. We recently commercialized gold… more
Abstract:The objective of this DoT SBIR program is to establish a technical foundation enabling the rapid commercial integration of low friction HybridSil™ coatings on concrete barriers for drastic reductions in vehicle rollover potential. Phase I coatings would have immediate utility within a broad… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I STTR program is to adapt NanoSonic's HybridSil?nanocomposite technology for the creation of next generation highly flexible, fire resistant foams capable of extended operational lifetimes within demanding aerospace platforms. Phase I optimized nanocomposite foams… more
Abstract:NanoSonic proposes to design and develop light-weight, low-modulus, and durable Metal Rubber?sensors for aeroelastic analysis of Hypersonic Decelerator Entry Systems (HDES), which would in effect increase the systems aerodynamic stability by contributing to optimize its design. The in-situ Metal… more
Abstract:The purpose of this Phase I SBIR program is to adapt NanoSonic's HybridSil?nanocomposites that combine high levels of erosion resistance and anti-icing functionality to enable in-flight icing measurement and mitigation for next generation aircraft. Icing on engine components, rotors, and wings… more
Abstract:NanoSonic offers an innovative manufacturing process to yield ultra-lightweight radiation shielding nanocomposites by exploiting the concept of the Thoraeus filter on the nanoscale. Our elegant, layer-by-layer deposition process allows for unique layering with molecular level precision to… more
Abstract:This NASA Phase I SBIR program would develop and demonstrate radiation hardened nanobridge based non-volatile memory (NVM) for space applications. Specifically, we would combine advances in the resistive memory materials, including solid electrolytes, metal oxides, and metal oxide composites, with… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I SBIR Program is to develop VOC-free, spray depositable HybridSilTM insulation coatings for providing next generation thermal insulation and energy efficiency within commercial and residential buildings. The proposed coating technology will serve as a replacement for… more
Abstract:The advanced management of remediation requires accurate experimental information about the flow status and contaminants characterization in the subsurface. Such data is the key for the Integrated Field Research Challenge (IFRC) sites to establish models concerning water transport, chemical… more
Abstract:The objective of this SBIR program is to adapt NanoSonic"s high temperature, ballistic resistant HybridSilTM nanocomposites for use as next generation potting materials with exceptional thermal durability, g-force resilience, and negligible variation (<10 %) in dynamic material parameters… more
Abstract:This Phase I SBIR program will encompass design, simulation and construction of miniaturized conformal low-profile antennas for application in GPS, Telemetry and Transponders; the designs would encompass multiband and ultrawideband elements along with aperture structures to reduce signature.… more
Abstract:This Navy Phase I SBIR program would develop self assembled nanocluster based photo detector devices, using NanoSonic's patented new process - molecular level self-assembly performed at room temperature. Specifically, we would combine advances in the nanocluster materials, with electrostatic… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase I SBIR program is to develop and qualify a next generation self-healing HybridSil anticorrosion coating that instantly repairs itself after abrasion, laceration, and puncture damage in demanding naval aviation environments. The proposed inorganic copolymer technology will… more
Abstract:This Phase I SBIR program will encompass design, simulation and construction of metamaterial based composite structural members for the E-2 rotodome. NanoSonic has created a team with a unique combination of engineers, chemists and materials scientists capable of design, simulation and fabrication… more
Abstract:This Phase I SBIR program will encompass design, simulation and construction of large-scale metamaterial composites for use in Navy ships. NanoSonic has created a team with a unique combination of engineers, chemists and materials scientists capable of design, simulation and fabrication of this… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase II SBIR program is to develop and integrate a next generation corrosion protective coating that prevents corrosion within a broad spectrum of metal alloys including 5000 series aluminum alloys operating in demanding marine environments. Core HybridSilTM technology… more
Abstract:The objective of this Phase II SBIR program is to transition NanoSonic"s HybridSil Diver armor nanocomposite technology to next generation special operations forces (SOF) dry and wet suits for drastically enhanced multi-threat protection from laceration, abrasion, and puncture threats. … more
Abstract:The purpose of this SBIR program is to develop novel, lightweight, hybrid nanocomposites that combine erosion resistance and anti-icing functionality to provide passive anti-icing protection for UAVs. NanoSonic will build on its demonstrated HybridSil Erosion protective, anti-icing appliqus/tapes… more
Abstract:The overall objective of this SBIR program is to develop novel, lightweight, hybrid nanocomposites that combine high levels of anti-icing functionality and erosion resistance to provide exceptional passive anti-icing protection to support the U.S. Army Roadmap for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). … more
Abstract:The overall objective of this STTR program is to develop, qualify, and transition innovative, lightweight, HybridSil nanocomposite materials for multiple threat ballistic, blast and fire protection to tactical vehicle fuel tanks. Compared to competing technologies, NanoSonic's HybridSil Fuel… more
Abstract:The main objective of this Phase I SBIR project is to design and develop lightweight, low cost, engineered and multi-layered nonwoven composite fabrics made of nylon, para-armid and recycled fibers and their blends to potentially displace the current heavy and bulky nylon duck fabrics used by the… more
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