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  1. Tail propulsor generator for NASA SUSAN sub-scale flight demonstrator

    SBC: HINETICS LLC            Topic: A1

    Hinetics is proposing a detailed study to evaluate the integration of a lightweight, high efficiency 150 kW generator-drive subsystem within the SUSAN concept aircraft. Subsystem and system level integration strategies required to maintain the stability and reliability across all operating conditions of the propulsion system and maximize the system level performance will be identified and verified ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Lunar Inter-Spacecraft Optical Communicator

    SBC: CHASCII INC            Topic: Z8

    Chascii is proposing the development of an inter-spacecraft omnidirectional optical communicator (ISOC) that will provide fast connectivity and navigation information to small spacecraft forming a swarm or a constellation in cislunar space. The ISOC proposed for cislunar applications operates at 1550nm, employs a dodecahedron body holding 6 optical telescopes and 20 external arrays of detectors fo ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. TRACS-- A Cognitive Architecture for Deep Space Missions

    SBC: THINKING ROBOTS INC            Topic: H6

    Future deep space missions will require artificial cognitive agents are able to interface with onboard systems and take over time-consuming routine tasks, thus reducing crew cognitive and work load. In addition, they should continuously monitor critical onboard systems and alert crew about any off-nominal operation, quickly responding to them according to predetermined procedures in cases where th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. AAM Community Integration Platform

    SBC: CROWN CONSULTING, INC.            Topic: A2

    Phase II will begin by defining a system architecture for an AAM-CIP assessment tool capable of (1) data fusion, (2) airspace adaptation data creation, (3) scenario generation, (4) AAM traffic simulation, (5) metric computation, (6) data visualization, and additional capabilities needed for a successful commercial product. Crown will develop and demonstrate an instantiation of the basic architectu ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Integrated Brayton Cryocooler for LOx and LH2 Applications

    SBC: Concepts NREC, LLC            Topic: Z10

    NASA is in need of affordable and robust cryogenic cooling solutions for use in space applications.nbsp; In support of the Artemis program, NASA seeks innovative integrated refrigeration cycles for use in liquefaction of hydrogen and oxygen from the lunar surface. Based on initial estimates from Phase I activities, 330+ W of cooling is needed at 90 K and 130+ W of cooling is needed at 20 K to supp ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Laser Ultrasonic Testing for Defect Correction during In-Space Additive Manufacturing


    Additive manufacturing (AM) has unrivaled capability for rapid, low-cost production of parts directly from a CAD file, but is limited by microstructural defects, which could significantly degrade the structural integrity of the product. Parts for NASA safety-critical applications require 100% inspection to certify uncompromised mechanical performance. There is thus a key opportunity for in-line, i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. A Microgravity-Compatible Handheld Squeegee-Aspirator Surface Sampler (SASS)

    SBC: AI BIOSCIENCES, INC.            Topic: S13

    In this application, AI Biosciences, Inc. (AIBI) proposes to develop and demonstrate the performance of a hand-held, versatile squeegee-aspirator surface sampler (SASS). Our device will aid Contamination Control (CC) and Planetary Protection (PP) implementation and verification. This SASS can perform diverse sampling tasks and help NASA to perform ISS and crew microbial tracking.nbsp; The SASS ope ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Alternate Route Availability Tool

    SBC: MOSAIC ATM, INC.            Topic: A3

    This proposal is highly relevant to NASArsquo;s SBIR Topic A3.01, ldquo;Advanced Air Traffic Management System Concepts,rdquo; within Focus Area 20, ldquo;Airspace Operations and Safety.rdquo;In the NAS, approximately 70 percent of flight delays are caused by weather, according to FAA statistics. By providing a planning tool to explore alternate routes in a timely manner using the most up-to-date ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Robotic Arm Force Torque Sensing System (RAFTSS)

    SBC: MOTIV SPACE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: Z3

    Motiv Space Systems (Motiv) proposes a novel, space-rated, load sensing system that will enable the next generation of space-borne robotic end effectors:nbsp; The Robotic Arm Force Sensor Torque Sensing System (RAFTSS).nbsp;Because the RAFTSS is designed with robotic, space-based applications as the primary application, it will advance the current state of the art in on-orbit servicing, assembly, ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. TRAP (Thermo-Radiative Assisted Photovoltaic) Cell to Simultaneously Harvest Incoming Solar and Outgoing Thermal Radiation


    Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT) proposes to develop a TRAP (Thermo-Radiative Assisted Photovoltaic) Cell technology to simultaneously harvest the incoming solar and outgoing thermal radiation in a single integrated device, with goals to achieve total efficiency gt;35% in the near-term (~2 years) and gt; 45% in the mid- to far-term (5-10 years). ACTrsquo;s TRAP Cell leverages the ldquo;da ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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