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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. Whimbrel Unmanned Aircraft System-Borne Atmospheric and Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Sensor

    SBC: Piasecki Aircraft Corporation            Topic: 845RWP

    Piasecki Aircraft (PiAC) proposes to continue development and testing efforts of the Whimbrel UAS, a low cost, expendable, air-deployed weather survey unmanned aircraft system. The Whimbrel UAS, a low cost, expendable, air-deployed weather survey unmanned aircraft system. The Whimbrel USA has been developed to support the Tropical Cyclone Boundary Layer mission requirements and contains sensors an ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  2. Enhancing Rural Access to Capital Through Development of a Local Crowdfunding Incubator

    SBC: LOCAL CROWD, LLC, THE            Topic: 86

    Strong, sustainable rural communities are essential to creating an economy "built to last that rewards hard work and responsibility."1 These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources, and are essential in the development of science and innovation. What do communities need to stay economically healthy in order to provide these goods and services? According to a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Agriculture
  3. Development and Evaluation of Continuous Biomass Torrefaction and Densification Process for Commercial Briquette Production

    SBC: HM3 ENERGY, INC.            Topic: 81

    Successful use of energy dense torrefied biomass to produce drop-in coal replacement fuel has proved difficult for two reasons: 1) overheating of dies during densification, and 2) inability to produce water-resistant pellets. As a result, most torrefaction companies use a binder to reduce the die friction and/or to make densified product water resistant. Also, the majority of torrefaction companie ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Agriculture
  4. Q-Trap: In-transit detection of bioinvasive insects in intermodal shipping containers.

    SBC: APTIV            Topic: N/A

    This sensitive insect sensor will run 24 hours per day, every day that cargo is in transit, attracting insects to a containment surface where they remain for immediate detection and identification when inspectors gain entry to the container. Flying insects will be waiting, ready to be counted on arrival, rather than hidden within the cargo. An increase in the availability, timeliness, accuracy and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2008 Department of Agriculture
  5. Converting Pacific Whiting Carcass Waste to Hydrolyzed, High Protein Fish Meal

    SBC: Bio-Oregon, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The largest groundfish resource for Oregon commercial fisherman is Pacific whiting (Merluccius productus). This fishery is economically important to many rural, coastal communities and in 2000 over 60,000 metric tons of whiting were delivered to Oregon shore-based processors. Processing Pacific whiting generates very large amounts of carcass waste. Over 70 percent of the landed weight of fish is d ...

    SBIR Phase II 2001 Department of Agriculture
  6. Investigative Asphaltic Concrete Design Using Coal-Fired Power Plant Bottom Ash

    SBC: Consolidated Engineers and Materials Testing, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    A major concern for coal-fired power plants throughout the nation is disposal of bottom ash. This by- product of coal combustion is produced in large quantities and disposal is costly. Presently bottom ash is disposed of in landfills throughout the nation. Landfilling is not an efficient and environmentally feasible method of disposal. Phase I - Laboratory research utilizing bottom ash as a fine a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2001 Department of Agriculture
  7. Recovery and Recycling of Plant Polyphenols and Water from Spent Tanning Liquor

    SBC: E.H. Hall Company, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    This project involves the development of a first-of-its-kind method for fractionation and recovery of industrial viable plant polyphenol material from spent tanning liquor (a.k.a. used color bath), a waste byproduct from the vegetable tanning and chrome retanning industry. Using a newly developed proprietary process currently being submitted for a provisional patent, a pilot facility will be built ...

    SBIR Phase II 2001 Department of Agriculture
  8. An Advanced Information System for Timely Assessments of International Crop Market Opportunities

    SBC: GDA CORP            Topic: N/A

    Situation or Problem In order to provide timely and reliable assessments of the global crop market, it is necessary to move from limited, in situ crop assessments to operational crop monitoring on regional and global scales with multi-temporal remotely sensed (RS) data. Due to timeliness requirements and large volumes of imagery needed for operational agricultural monitoring, it is important that ...

    SBIR Phase II 2008 Department of Agriculture
  9. Management of Shoot Boring Moths from Genus Rhyacionia and Eucosma with Attract and Kill Technology

    SBC: IPM Development Company Inc.            Topic: N/A

    IPM Technologies Phase I research proves technical feasibility for novel and patented attract & kill formulations (Last CallTM) targeting European pine shoot moth, Rhyacionia buoliana, and Western pine shoot borer, Eucosma sonomana in pine plantations, tree nurseries, and Christmas tree farms. In the U.S., R. buoliana infestations can limit growth rate and lumber value in commercial and ornamental ...

    SBIR Phase II 2001 Department of Agriculture
  10. Semiochemical-Based Management of the Larger Pine Shoot Beetle, Tomicus piniperda

    SBC: IPM Development Company Inc.            Topic: N/A

    IPM Technologies Phase I research found that (i) addition of trans-verbenol, nonanol and one to three compounds (from alpha-pinene oxide, myrtenal and/or myrtenol) to alpha-piene increases T. piniperda captures by 150-434%; (ii) three novel compounds (fenchone, trans-sabinen hydrate, 4-allyl anisole) are inhibitory to T. piniperda when applied to breeding material or tree crowns. Our research demo ...

    SBIR Phase II 2001 Department of Agriculture
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