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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY21 is not expected to be complete until September, 2022.

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  1. IsoTruss Rural Cell Tower Development Project

    SBC: Isotruss Industries LLC            Topic: 86

    Rural communities suffer from many obstacles that prevent a constant rate of growthwith one of their most difficult problems being that their isolation makes the delivery set-updeployment and maintenance of new technologies rather difficult. Larger installations requiringthe use of helicopters and cranes to fully deploy such as most modern cell towers are alreadymonumental efforts that require hun ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  2. A Pyrolysis-Combustion Treatment for Hog Manure Lagoons to Improve Rural Flood Resilience

    SBC: Biomass Controls, LLC            Topic: 86

    U.S. hog farming is a $35 billion industry facing a pressing issue in the amount of manure theyproduce. A hog farm with 800000 hogs produces 1.6 million tons of waste per year more than thewaste produced by the city of Philadelphia. One popular manure management system is anaerobicmanure lagoons outdoor earthen basins filled with animal waste. However these lagoons areparticularly vulnerable to na ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  3. Development of Natural and Sustainable UV-Blocking Compounds by an Algal-Based System

    SBC: Sandbox Solar LLC            Topic: 88

    In order to meet growing demands of renewable energy photovoltaic (PV) developments willrequire significant land space for ground-mounted PV systems. This growing demand is creatingcompetition for land resources causing the most challenges for small and mid-size farms. Thischallenge can be reformed into an environmental and financial opportunity for these farms withthe increased research of co-loc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  4. Development and expansion of closed containment oyster feedlots at non-coastal sites

    SBC: Maine Shellfish Developers LLC            Topic: 812

    Approximately 900 million oysters are consumed annually in the U.S. withaquaculture making up 95%+ of all U.S. production. Yet growth of oyster farming offshorewhile expanding somewhat over the past decade is not keeping up with consumer demand. Oneexpert estimates it will take at least another decade for Maine's harvests merely to double. Sincemost Atlantic oysters (Crassostrea virginica) start l ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  5. Effective Reduction of Ammonia in Poultry Facilities

    SBC: Precision Combustion, Inc.            Topic: 83

    We are developing a portable photocatalytic air purifier for reduction of ammonia levels in poultryhouses. This will be effective regardless environmental conditions integrate with existingventilation equipment enable cleaner air for improved poultry productivity and weight gains andhave a cost payback of about one year. Our approach will reduce the number of air changes neededto maintain indoor a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  6. Development of efficacious RNAi-based baits for RIFA control

    SBC: NANOSUR LLC            Topic: 82

    Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis richteri Solenopsis invicta) are invasive pests which currentlyinfest over 140 million ha in 14 states. Damages related to fire ants have a significant impact onmany economic sectors including agriculture and biodiversity. The estimated annual cost spent onfire ant control is 3 billion dollars. Current chemical insecticides used in fire ant control are notselective c ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  7. Delivery of nematicides to control plant parasitic nematodes by using Tobacco mild green mosaic tobamovirus as a nanocarrier

    SBC: BIOPRODEX INC            Topic: 82

    We have developed a bioinspired nanoparticle technology using the coat protein (CP) assemblies ofTobacco mild green mosaic tobamovirus (TMGMV) to deliver nematicides to roots reduce dosageand improve soil mobility efficacy and safety. The CP's zwitterionic nature allows the loading andrelease of nematicides. The TMGMV-delivered nematicides (TDN) are efficacious againstCaenorhabditis elegans in liq ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
  8. Faster Optical Modem for Underwater Data Acquisition

    SBC: Sonalysts, Inc.            Topic: NGA182001

    To address NGA’s requirements, Sonalysts’ team of world-class experts in underwater optical communication proposes development and implementation of the Precision Optical Navigation Transceiver for Undersea Systems (PONTUS). PONTUS will transfer navigation information from an Underwater Navigation Beacon (UNB) to an Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (UUV) in an electromagnetic-spectrum-denied (e.g., G ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseNational Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  9. Automating Procedural Modeling of Buildings from Point Cloud Data

    SBC: Dignitas Technologies, LLC            Topic: NGA183002

    Newer techniques in data collection such as Lidar and photogrammetry can provide large quantities of accurate and up-to-date source data models in operational areas, but transforming this often massive amount of raw source data into a lightweight 3D representation that can be quickly consumed by defense customers using a web browser or mobile devices remains a challenging problem. While point clou ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseNational Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  10. Developing a non-contact, fault detection system for airblast-type orchard and vineyard sprayers with simplistic visual operator interface

    SBC: APPLICATION INSIGHT, LLC            Topic: 813

    Nozzle clogging on orchard and vineyard sprayers is a problem that often isn't addressed until the nozzle(or multiple nozzles) are inoperable to the point that an operator can visually detect the fault. By then anunknown portion of the field has been sprayed inadequately since the fault was not immediately detected.We propose a technology that continually monitors a sprayer via imaging and which w ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Agriculture
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