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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until April, 2020.

  1. A Novel, Nanostructured, Metal-organic Frameworks-Based Product Loss Prevention Technology in the Oil and Natural Gas Sector

    SBC: Framergy, Inc.            Topic: 17NCER2C

    To reach the end user, oil and gas production at the wellhead must be transmitted through the country and distributed to a wide range of customers. This logistical system requires natural gas gathering lines, processing facilities, product storage tanks and lots of other equipment. What results is air pollution caused by industry losses during these operations and the use of continuous or intermit ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. ACE Multi-Role Vehicle

    SBC: GLOYER-TAYLOR LABORATORIES LLC            Topic: SB173006

    Over the past decade, GTL has developed a suite of transformational technologies that provide superior performance for reduced cost.Each of these technologies have been matured to TRL 6 and establish the technical foundation for the Advanced Cryogenic Expendable (ACE) Multi-Role Vehicle (ACE-MRV). The ACE-MRV is a high-performance expendable rocket stage that can either be launched (from the groun ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  3. Additive Manufacturing for RF Materials and Antennas

    SBC: DeLUX Engineering, LLC            Topic: A18020

    To reduce size, weight, power and cost (SWaP-c), military platforms have been evolving towards more integrated platforms that utilize all available space. For radiating systems, this will require exploring innovative design methods, materials and manufacturing approaches to realize cost-effective, customizable and conformal antennas. An attractive solution to this challenge is offered by additive ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseArmy
  4. Actuators for Direct Fire Precision Munitions

    SBC: DYNAMIC STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS, LLC            Topic: A18028

    Americas potential adversaries and non-state actors have increasing access to sophisticated weapons. Our warfighters need counters to these threats that turn the cost ratio in our favor.Affordable guided projectiles launched at high velocities from conventional powder guns can accomplish the direct fire missions that were previously reserved for expensive missile systems.However, several design ch ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Low-cost Imager for Heavily Degraded Visual Environments

    SBC: Phase Sensitive Innovations, Inc.            Topic: A18040

    This project aims to develop a low-cost millimeter-wave (mmW) imaging system for ground vehicles, to operate in combination with a long-wave infrared (LWIR) camera. Such a system will mitigate the challenges of driving in degraded visual environments (DVE) including night time, fog, dust, or smoke by providing real-time image of the vehicle surrounding independent from the presence of naturally oc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. Development of In-Process Monitoring Closed-Loop Feedback for Use in Aluminum Alloy Additive Manufacturing (AM) Applications

    SBC: Sentient Science Corporation            Topic: A17003

    Sentient Corporation proposes to integrate its DigitalClone Component (DCC) physics-based modeling technology and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratorys in-situ thermal sensors to develop a comprehensive sensor-based tool to monitor, identify and locate defects in metallic additive manufacturing, and create a DCC model-enabled feedback loop to correct the process-induced defects to i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. Automated Removal of Brominated Flame Retardant Material From a Mixed E-Waste Plastics Recycling Stream

    SBC: National Recovery Technologies LLC            Topic: N/A

    Electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the most rapidly growing waste problems worldwide. Improper handling of e-waste results in vast amounts of toxic waste being sent to landfill and leaching into the water supply. Due to there concerns e-waste recycling is a rapidly growing industry. Unfortunately, most current e-waste recycling processes rely on either manual hand sorting or differential dens ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Automated Removal of Brominated Flame Retardant Material from a Mixed E-waste Plastics Recycling Stream

    SBC: National Recovery Technologies LLC            Topic: 08NCERP1

    Electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the most rapidly growing waste problems worldwide. Improper handling of e-waste results in vast amounts of toxic waste being sent to landfill and leaching into the water supply. Due to there concerns e-waste recycling is a rapidly growing industry. Unfortunately, most current e-waste recycling processes rely on either manual hand sorting or differential dens ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. Carbon Nanotube Plasma Limiter

    SBC: ACCURATE AUTOMATION CORPORATION            Topic: MDA06034

    The enabling solid state semiconductor technology in modern electronics and radar systems increases their vulnerability to the effects of high power, fast rise-time EMP, HPM, and UWB pulses. In recent years, significant advances in the technology used to produce these pulses have been made in the United States and abroad, increasing the need for effective protection against these threats. Howeve ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  10. Time Variation of Workflow Processes to Confound Enemy Proactivity

    SBC: ACCURATE AUTOMATION CORPORATION            Topic: A08167

    Accurate Automation Corporation (AAC) proposes to develop a new method for ensuring that workflow processes are opaque to the enemy. That is, the enemy cannot produce effective counter operations by leveraging knowledge of how U.S. Army institutions work. Simultaneously, the U.S. Army’s internal processes will remain transparent and understandable to coordinating units with appropriate access. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseArmy

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