You are here

Award Data

For best search results, use the search terms first and then apply the filters
Reset

The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY23 is not expected to be complete until September, 2024.

Download all SBIR.gov award data either with award abstracts (290MB) or without award abstracts (65MB). A data dictionary and additional information is located on the Data Resource Page. Files are refreshed monthly.

The SBIR.gov award data files now contain the required fields to calculate award timeliness for individual awards or for an agency or branch. Additional information on calculating award timeliness is available on the Data Resource Page.

  1. Solidifying Malware Identification

    SBC: Solidcore Systems, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Solidcore¿s approach to malware-ID is to decouple packet payload analysis from the capture of packets in transit and the resulting necessity of (a) network-speed analysis, (b) analysis of large numbers of packets, only a minority of which contain malicious payloads. Phase I activities will consist of extending Solidcore¿s existing technology so that it can perform both of: ¿ malware ide ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  2. Botnet Detection and Mitigation

    SBC: SONALYSTS INC            Topic: HSB061008

    Botnets have become a lucrative and monetized line of business for criminal organizations. As of late they have been found in a growing number of cases involving cyber-extortion via Distributed Denial-of-Services (DDOS), and mass phishing where their use of encryption and packing schemes keeps them off the radar of traditional discovery heuristics. The sophistication and proliferation of botnets i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  3. Non-Intrusive, Chemically-Specific Detection of Explosives

    SBC: SYAGEN TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: N/A

    During the Phase I, a lightweight, multilayer coating will be deposited onto copper wire and the wire woven into a mesh. The coating provides a high level of EM shielding, including magnetic shielding, EMP shielding and powers line filtering. The woven mesh will form a flexible shield with similar properties. Draped over existing equipment or used to line the walls, it will provide temporary and ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of DefenseNational Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  4. Vapor/Particle Collector/Concentrator for Explosives Trace Detection

    SBC: SYAGEN TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: N/A

    In this Phase I project, Syagen will demonstrate the feasibility for a vapor/particle sampler for explosives de-tection consisting of a collection probe and a concentrator. We will demonstrate the interface of the sampler to mass spectrometry (MS), however, it can also be used for ion mobility spectrometry (IMS), gas chromatography (GC), and essentially all forms of optical spectroscopies that mea ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  5. Marine Asset Tag Tracking Systems

    SBC: Tera Research, Inc            Topic: N/A

    The key challenges to the envisioned Marine Asset Tag Tracking System are: 1) Establishing a reliable communication link to each container when they are stacked together, and 2) Determining the position of each container within the stack. Reliable communication is difficult because of the line of sight obstruction from an external radio to the tag when the containers are stacked at a terminal or o ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Homeland Security
  6. Advanced Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) Technologies

    SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    In border security applications for remote deployment, with no existing infrastructure or roadways as well as areas with dense foliage, a promising technology is the use of unattended ground sensors (UGS). While there has been a great deal of research and development in the areas of UGS and wireless sensor networks (WSN) over the last decade, traditional use of these technologies suffers from eith ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  7. System for Designing and Evaluating Chemical or Biological Agent Sensor Networks

    SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    The current state-of-the-art (SOA) process for designing chemical and biological sensor networks at facilities is slow, expensive, and requires highly skilled subject matter experts to complete. Toyon Research Corporation proposes a radically different approach to the SOA process, which will be faster, more affordable, and accessible to non-expert facility operators. Using the proposed approach wi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  8. Signal Processing for a Southern Border Surveillance System

    SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    Successfully monitoring vast areas of landscape is crucial for maintaining security across the United States border. We envision the solution to this problem to consist of a search sensor, such as a radar, that cues an EO/IR sensor which provides recognition and tracking capabilities. In this Phase I effort, we propose to focus on the signal processing required to support the EO/IR recognition and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Homeland Security
  9. Secure and Reliable Wireless Communication for Control Systems

    SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    Just as WiFi has become the de facto standard for wireless home networking, IEEE 802.15.4 is quickly becoming the standard of choice for machinery control, building monitoring, and a host of other industrial, commercial, and government control system functions. However, along with increasing popularity of this standard comes new risks in terms of cyber security. Indeed, as the wireless physical an ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Homeland Security
  10. Human-Animal Discrimination Capability for Unattended Ground Sensors

    SBC: TOYON RESEARCH CORPORATION            Topic: N/A

    Handling false alarms produced by animals is a special problem for unattended ground sensors (UGS) because of the number of ways that animal signatures can mimic those of humans. Specifically, animal footsteps are impulsive, much like humans; the contact of a foot or hoof on the ground produces a sudden noise that rapidly fades away. Seismic, acoustic, and passive infrared (PIR) sensors are often ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of Homeland Security
US Flag An Official Website of the United States Government