The women behind Teachley admit they’re not typical entrepreneurs. That’s what makes them successful; as moms and teachers, they know firsthand the hurdles facing students today and what needs to ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: CLR Analytics, Inc.
Each year, commercial motor vehicles (CMV) travel approximately 300 billion miles across U.S. highways and interstates. By capturing and analyzing data from drivers of these CMVs, the FHWA can be bett ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: WorldWinds, Inc.
When Hurricane Irma slammed Puerto Rico in 2017, there was a news story that made national headlines: A commercial aircraft managed to fly off the island despite category 5 hurricane winds, carrying 1 ...Read more
The Air Force is poised to save millions of dollars and return a key aircraft to service faster because of a testing technology improved through a small business partnership.With support from the Air ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: ORPC, Inc.
In many remote communities, the only opportunity for electricity comes from diesel-powered microgrids. At up to fifteen times the cost of normal electricity, this highly expensive form of power has re ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Prevail Health
Although repercussions from an overall lack of mental health care are making headlines every day, it is still extremely expensive for a patient to get the care they need, and many health insurance com ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Diamond Visionics
Prior to Diamond Visionics’ high performance visual simulation software, pilot simulation training was limited to pre-defined database areas all over the world. Diamond Visionics (DVC) wanted to cha ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: ISCA Technologies
Pollination from honeybees, valued at $18 billion just in the US, is essential for many crops. However, bees tend to pollinate close to the beehive, creating a need for enhanced pollination the furthe ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Ginkgo Bioworks
The term “GMO” comes with a wide variety of preconceived notions, but Ginkgo Bioworks is hoping to spread nothing but excitement about its line of genetically engineered (GE) materials that are go ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Princeton Power Systems
From working with Tesla, BMW and Nissan on the latest in electric vehicle charging, to assisting governments around the globe in bringing affordable electricity through microgrids and battery systems, ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Mango Materials, Inc.
Methane gas, which is over twenty times more potent than carbon dioxide, is commonly produced by waste at landfills. Power companies have been using this methane gas for years to convert to energy, ho ...Read more
Canines are used in a variety of places to detect explosives, including airports, rail stations, embassies, postal facilities, and the battlefield. However, explosives training, which usually requires ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Enchroma, Inc.
Dr. Don McPherson of Enchroma didn’t originally set out to invent a solution for colorblindness. As a glass scientist, he had been working on laser safety glasses for surgeons that seemingly also wo ...Read more
SBIR-STTR Success: Etegent Technologies Ltd.
The Air Force Research Laboratory and an Ohio company are working to revolutionize the way critical information is processed by intelligence analysts who are increasingly overwhelmed by massive volume ...Read more
SBIR-STTR Success: Kitware Inc.
The Air Force has a new way to share critical mission video footage that will bolster the confidence of allies while protecting classified information.With support from the Air Force Small Business In ...Read more
SBIR-STTR Success: Echo Ridge LLC
Ground forces may soon be getting a new tool to find their way around hostile territory. With support from the Air Force SBIR/STTR Program, Virginia-based Echo Ridge LLC is developing a process to ove ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Resolute Marine Energy
Resolute Marine Energy (RME) has stayed focused on one key goal: to provide fresh water to developing countries and islands where the lack of a robust electrical grid creates a reliance upon diesel-el ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Hydronalix, Inc.
EMILY – the Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard – has quite the fan base on social media. But it’s not just the cool red exterior of one of the most sought after robots that has people every ...Read more
When Sokikom set out to change the way students learned mathematics, they knew they shared a common goal with the U.S. Department of Education in ensuring students had a means to not only learn math, ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Referentia Systems
Initially developed with the help of the DOD SBIR program, Referentia’s LiveAction technology supports the Federal Government's communications to improve reliability, availability, and security in b ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: Makai Ocean Engineering
Although Makai first made a name for itself as the premier installer of undersea telecommunications cables with its world-renowned MakaiLay products, the Hawaii-based company has been instrumental in ...Read more
SBIR-STTR Success: ThermAvant Technologies LLC
A new microchip cooling technology that paves the way for higher-performance electronics on spacecraft is spurring growth at a Missouri-based small business. With support from the Air Force Small B ...Read more
SBIR-STTR Success: Gevo, Inc.
Using corn and plant waste, Gevo Inc. creates isobutanol, a four-carbon, naturally occurring alcohol that can be converted into hydrocarbon feedstocks and has the potential to replace dangerous fossil ...Read more
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is the largest integrated health care system in the United States, providing care at 1,233 health care facilities across the country. Vecna’s SBIR-derived pa ...Read more
SBIR-STTR-Success: The L.C. Doane Company
Although L.C. Doane has long been the primary source of MILSPEC compliant lighting for the U.S. Navy, new and improved solid state lighting (SSL) for general illumination is a recently new avenue in w ...Read more