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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. High-Spatial and Hyperspectral-Resolution Imaging for Bridge Inspection

    SBC: Aware Vehicles, Inc.            Topic: 180FH2

    High-Spatial and Hyperspectral-Resolution Imaging for Bridge Inspection 3/12/2018 Four out of 10 national bridges have been in service for 50 or more years which have undergone different levels of structural deficiency; other relatively newer bridges are constantly exposed to natural and artificial hazards and are likely structurally deficient in their life cycles. This SBIR project aims to de ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Transportation
  2. A System and Case Studies for Consolidating and Providing Access to Vehicle Safety-Oriented Datasets

    SBC: Expressive Analytics LLC            Topic: 180NH1

    A System and Case Studies for Consolidating and Providing Access to Vehicle Safety-Oriented Datasets 3/20/2018 In today’s world, data is power. A person using social media can take a seemingly random survey about puppy adoption, the demographic and preference data can be fed to political marketers and that person’s empathy toward puppies can help elect the next President of the United State ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Transportation
  3. An Optical Sensor for Monitoring Odors at Agricultural Livestock Facilities

    SBC: AeroSurvey, Inc.            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Agriculture
  4. GPS-Based Animal Control System

    SBC: AgriTech Electronics, L.C.            Topic: N/A

    This is a Phase II proposal to continue the work begun by AgriTech Electronics, LC (AgriTech) on a GPS-based livestock control system. This system will exclude animals from areas, or contain them within defined boundaries, where it is impractical or inefficient to build fence to achieve this objective. These needs arise in a variety of contexts, including the exclusion of livestock from riparian a ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Agriculture
  5. PRECISE INJECTION OF NH3 USING PULSE-WIDTH MODULATION METERING

    SBC: Capstan Ag Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Anhydrous ammonia (NH3), a heavily used nitrogen fertilizer, is a volatile gas which flashes at -40 F. It is handles as pressurized liquid and difficult to meter accurately and dispense. Its low cost, due to inexpensive energy, has encouraged wasteful over-application rather than investment in currently costly and ineffective application control systems. Ammonia costs will increase with energy cos ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Agriculture
  6. Sorghum Protein Adhesives from Low Cost DDGS

    SBC: ECOVERSION LLC            Topic: N/A

    In the United States, annual demand for adhesives and resins exceeds 20 billion pounds. Currently, most adhesives used in the wood industry are petroleum-based, such as phenol-formaldehyde and urea-formaldehyde adhesives. Formaldehyde emissions cause many environmental and health issues. Development of biobased adhesives not only significantly impact a >$100 billion industry sector, but also solve ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Agriculture
  7. Construction Of A Bivalent Vaccine Against

    SBC: Megan Health, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Escherichia coli causes a number of serious poultry diseases, including colibacillosis resulting inmillions of dollars lost to the poultry industry each year. Contamination of poultry products bySalmonella is a major public health concern. Development of a bivalent poultry vaccine directedagainst both of these bacteria would benefit the public health and increase poultry production. Orallyadmin ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of Agriculture
  8. Development of Automated Pig Weighing

    SBC: Osborne Industries, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Raising pigs has become a specialized agribusiness. Pork producers have a desire to improve their efficiency of production in a cost effective manner. One tool to accomplish this is knowing the weight of the pig as it grows. This knowledge provides greater assistance in managing the feeding program as well as avoiding financial penalties when marketing. Feed costs account for 60% of the cost p ...

    SBIR Phase II 1998 Department of Agriculture
  9. A CSA Model to bring Locally Grown Foods to the Corporate Workplace, Inner City Households and Schools Utilizing a Supermarket Infrastructur

    SBC: RAINBOW ORGANIC FARMS CO            Topic: N/A

    Locally grown foods account for less than one percent of the total $900 billion in retail food sales in the U.S. (18) Therefore, consumers purchase more than ninety percent of their food from supermarkets. In order for local small family farms to grab a greater portion of food sales, they must get their locally grown foods on the mainstream supermarket shelves, as well as partner with stores to ge ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Department of Agriculture
  10. Development of a low-cost natural pigment production in a GRAS yeast

    SBC: ARCH INNOTEK, LLC            Topic: 88

    Carotenoids, the basic source of yellow, orange and red, are among the most common, naturally occurring pigments. Because of their antioxidant properties and colors, currently, carotenoids are used commercially as feed additives, natural food colorants,??dietary supplements and cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Currently, most of carotenoids used industrially are chemically synthesized from ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Agriculture

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