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SBC: ADNOVIV, INC. Topic: EW
The broader impact/commercial potential of this project will extend to a number of applications, including smart buildings, home automation, and security. The development of this new technology for efficient indoor sensing, and development of new algorithms for occupancy sensing and counting techniques, will have immediate implications in the building automation and home construction industries, w ...STTR Phase II 2018 National Science Foundation
Hierarchical, Layout-Aware, Radiation Effects Tools Vertically Integrated into an EDA Design Flow for Rad-Hard by DesignSBC: RELIABLE MICROSYSTEMS LLC Topic: DTRA16A003
The goal of this workis to establish a radiation-aware capability in a commercial EDA design flow that will enable first-pass success in radiation resiliency for DoD ASIC designs in much the same way that existing EDA design suites ensure first pass functionality and performance success of complex ASICs destined for commercial applications.Such an integrated capability does not presently exist.The ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS & RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC. Topic: DTRA16A004
For effective protection against radiated threats, it is important to understand not only the physics of the threats, but also to quantify the effects they have on mission-critical electrical systems. Radiated vulnerability and susceptibility testing requires delivery of high peak power and peak electric fields to distant targets. The most practical solution to simulate such environments on large ...STTR Phase II 2018 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: RADIATION DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Topic: DTRA14B005
At the completion of the research and development effort a Li-foil multi-wire proportional counter (MWPC) neutron detector with more than 625-cm2 of active area will be included in a portable radiation detection system. The system is expected to outperform the standards set by the ANSI N42.53 standards, and gamma-ray rejection ratio (GRR) of 1.0x10-8 or better. A gamma-ray spectrometer for isotope ...STTR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseDefense Threat Reduction Agency
SBC: Pyrochem Catalyst Company Topic: MN
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Business Innovation Research Phase II project is to commercialize Pyrochem Catalyst Company's (PCC) catalyst materials. These catalyst materials are unique in that the catalytically active metal is atomically dispersed in a rigid crystalline matrix. This imparts unparalleled thermal stability, even at temperatures in excess of 1000°C. Conventional c ...STTR Phase II 2016 National Science Foundation
STTR Phase II: Development and commercialization of a Wearable Long-term Monitor for Cardiac ArrhythmiasSBC: Cardiac Motion, LLC Topic: BM
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is far-reaching in terms of improving the quality of life and the cost/efficacy of healthcare for more than 20 Million people in the USA. We address the need for better methods for identifying and guiding the treatment of ambulatory patients with dangerous heart dysfunctions such as intermitt ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: HISTOGEN INC. Topic: BM
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project is to overcome limitations that prevent effective treatment of wound infections. There is a large potential market for this product as the U.S. spends over $50 billion per year on wound care and current wound care products have a high risk of rejection, scarring, and antibiotic resistance. Th ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: CALYX INC Topic: MI
This Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project aims to develop a sensor with the ability to provide an accurate, small, cost-effective, and low-power device for the detection and quantification of natural gas. The current U.S. industrial natural gas leak detector market is estimated to be $325 million, while the residential natural gas detector market exceeds $2 billion, both of w ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: ZeroUI Topic: IT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this project stems from addressing the important hand gesture based input challenges of VR/AR (expected to grow to $150B by 2020), Robotics and IoT ($135B by 2019 and $1.7T by 2020 respectively). This technology, if successful in mitigating the high technical risks, represents a huge leap in the state of the art in 3D hand models for gesture recognition a ...STTR Phase II 2017 National Science Foundation
SBC: Navan Technologies, Inc. Topic: BT
The broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II project will be to develop a new tool to safely and nondestructively deliver genes and other materials into large numbers cells at the same time. New forms of therapies for cancer and other intractable diseases take advantage of a patient's own cells, re-engineered in the laboratory to target a tumor ...STTR Phase II 2018 National Science Foundation