Success Stories

Feb 22
February 22, 2018
If a satellite being used to spot camouflaged weapons systems was suddenly knocked offline, allied personnel in the field would immediately be in greater danger. The outage would be followed by a Read More
Success Stories Department of DefenseAir Force
Feb 21
February 21, 2018
The Department of Defense now has access to a portable antenna with tracking capability that can be deployed in places where these capabilities are traditionally limited. With support from the Air Read More
Success Stories Department of DefenseAir Force
Dec 19
December 19, 2017
A Massachusetts-based company is building a virtual aircraft maintenance trainer for the Air Force that would allow for larger class sizes and troubleshooting scenarios that are difficult to present Read More
Success Stories Department of DefenseAir Force
Dec 18
December 18, 2017
NASA enlisted the private sector to develop deformable mirror (DM) technology as a key component of starlight blocking instruments such as the Visible Nulling Coronagraph (VNC). The DM is used to Read More
Success Stories National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Oct 18
October 18, 2017
As a one-person start up, ESRG quickly learned how to leverage the SBIR program and state resources to evolve its technologies and deliver innovative solutions to the U.S. Navy. Having received Phase Read More
Success Stories Department of DefenseNavy
Oct 04
October 4, 2017
Prior to Endurica, fatigue testing for rubber parts on vehicles including tires was done the old-fashioned way. Something was built, then it was tested until it was destroyed. The Army, wanting Read More
Success Stories Department of DefenseArmy
Oct 04
October 4, 2017
Transitioning a government-funded technology to the commercial market is one of the many ways in which success is measured through SBIR. For FarSounder, the high-end yacht market proved to be the Read More
Success Stories Department of Defense
Sep 19
September 19, 2017
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, Read More
Success Stories National Science Foundation
Sep 13
September 13, 2017
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 Read More
Success Stories Department of Homeland Security
Sep 13
September 13, 2017
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 Read More
Success Stories Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
Sep 13
September 13, 2017
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 Read More
Success Stories Air Force
Sep 06
September 6, 2017
Time is never on one’s side when it comes to coordinating a massive manhunt. How can the maximum amount of ground be covered with such a short and crucial window of opportunity? It would certainly Read More
Success Stories Department of Homeland Security

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