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ADA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

Company Information
Address
11149 BRADFORD ROAD
LITTLETON, CO 80127
United States


https://www.adatech.com/

Information

UEI: NQEGVMEYYRT9

# of Employees: 21


Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: No

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: No

Woman Owned: No




Success Stories

  1. USSOCOM SBIR Successful Technology Pursuit - Disposable Remote Chemical Sensor

    Innovative TechnologyTopic Number: SOCOM05-010 Topic Title: Disposable Remote Chemical SensorWarfighters require robust, inexpensive, and disposable chemical sensors that have the capability to broadcast and to provide sensor site weather conditions. These sensors could provide a monitoring...

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Award Listing

  1. Reactive Scrubbing for Mercury Removal and Stabilization

    Amount: $295,000.00

    The release of mercury into the environment via combustion processes has become an issue of concern for the US and the entire world. Major sources either are regulated or are under review to develop ...

    SBIRPhase II2005Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Fine Water Mist Fire Suppression for Oxidizer Fires

    Amount: $749,999.00

    Fine water mist has been shown to be an effective fire suppression option in a number of applications, including oxidizer fires, such as could result from an incident with hydrogen peroxide. ADA Techn ...

    STTRPhase II2005Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
  3. Scalable Wireless Geo-Telemetry Capability for Miniature Smart Sensors

    Amount: $119,998.00

    Lack of accurate geo-positioning (GPS) information integrated within the miniature footprint of a wireless sensor handicaps rapid ad-hoc deployments. Self-mapping data analysis tools, as a result, do ...

    SBIRPhase I2005Department of Defense Army
  4. System for Tactical Display of Miniature Smart Sensors

    Amount: $729,999.00

    Lack of accurate geo-positioning (GPS) information integrated within the miniature footprint of a wireless sensor handicaps rapid ad-hoc deployments. Self-mapping data analysis tools can not dynamica ...

    SBIRPhase II2005Department of Defense Army
  5. Goblet Cell Stimulation Via Electric Charge Flux & Field

    Amount: $100,000.00

    DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Keratoconjunctivitus sicca (KCS), or dry eye, is a prevalent disease affecting an estimated one in five adults to varying degrees. Of Americans over the age of 65 ...

    SBIRPhase I2005Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
  6. Sensor for the Automation of Electrolyte Chlorination

    Amount: $99,999.00

    Increased littoral deployment of submarines and other naval vessels has seen an increase in biological fouling and clogging of vessel cooling systems resulting in costly cleaning procedures and curtai ...

    SBIRPhase I2005Department of Defense Navy
  7. Reactive Scrubbing for Mercury Removal and Stabilization

    Amount: $225,000.00

    The release of mercury into the environment via combustion processes has become an issue of concern for the United States and the entire world. Major sources of mercury either are regulated or a ...

    SBIRPhase II2005Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Turnkey Arsenic Removal for Small Water Systems

    Amount: $742,820.00

    In 2001 the US EPA lowered the maximum contaminant level for arsenic in drinking water from 50 ppb to 10 ppb. This change is expected to impact 10 percent of the nation's drinking water systems; the v ...

    SBIRPhase II2004Department of Defense Air Force
  9. Electrodecontamination for Mitigation of Airborne Contamination

    Amount: $749,999.00

    72679-Radioactively contaminated surfaces within Department of Energy and commercial nuclear facilities endanger workers and create problems with waste handling and disposal. Current methods for remo ...

    SBIRPhase II2004Department of Energy
  10. Removal of Arsenic and Heavy Metals from Drinking Water

    Amount: $350,000.00

    DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): In 2001 the US EPA lowered the maximum contaminant level for arsenic in drinking water from 50 ppb to 10 ppb, based on studies indicating the lower limit would pre ...

    SBIRPhase II2004Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health
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