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  1. : EC. Components

    Release Date: 08-30-2012Open Date: 11-03-2012Due Date: 12-03-2012Close Date: 12-03-2012

    Components represent basic building blocks for most engineered systems. By themselves, components are not typically consumed by end-users and they must be assembled together with other components to provide complete solutions. Examples of previous component innovations include: Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)-based accelerometers, Sigma-Delta Analog to Digital Converters (ADC) and Optical ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  2. : ED. Devices

    Release Date: 08-30-2012Open Date: 11-03-2012Due Date: 12-03-2012Close Date: 12-03-2012

    Novel devices employ unique physical principles that enable broad advances in technology and industry. They often represent fundamental scientific and technological building blocks that require significant integration with other advanced technologies to provide commercial value. Examples of previous innovations in the device field include: the transistor, the thermocouple and Light Emitting Device ...

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  3. : Nanotechnology

    Release Date: 08-30-2012Open Date: 11-03-2012Due Date: 12-03-2012Close Date: 12-03-2012

    The Nanotechnology subtopic addresses the creation and use of functional materials, devices, and systems with novel properties and functions that are achieved through the control of matter at a submicroscopic scale (from a fraction of nanometer to about 100 nm). Proposals should be market-driven and identify the end users of the proposed technology, and the proposed pathway to commercialization.

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  4. : Advanced Materials

    Release Date: 08-30-2012Open Date: 11-03-2012Due Date: 12-03-2012Close Date: 12-03-2012

    The Advanced Materials subtopic addresses the research and development of new materials and systems that have the potential for revolutionary changes and paradigm shifts in U.S. industry. Proposals should be market-driven and identify the end users of the proposed technology, and the proposed pathway to commercialization.

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  5. : Manufacturing

    Release Date: 08-30-2012Open Date: 11-03-2012Due Date: 12-03-2012Close Date: 12-03-2012

    The manufacturing subtopic addresses manufacturing innovations that improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the nation's manufacturing sector. Proposals should be market-driven and identify the end users of the proposed technology, and the proposed pathway to commercialization.

    SBIRPhase INational Science Foundation
  6. A1: Aviation Safety

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    The Aviation Safety Program conducts fundamental research and technology development of known and predicted safety concerns as the nation transitions to the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen). Future challenges to maintaining aviation safety arise from expected significant increases in air traffic, continued operation of legacy vehicles, introduction of new vehicle concepts, incre ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. A2: Air Traffic Management Research and Development (ATM R&D)

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Air Traffic Management Research and Development (ATM R&D) NASA has two Programs conducting ATM R&D. The Airspace Systems Program (ASP) is investing in the development, validation and transfer of advanced innovative concepts, technologies and procedures to support the development of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen). The Integrated Systems Research Program (ISRP) is conducting ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. A1.01: Aviation External Hazard Sensor Technologies

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: LaRC Participating Center(s): DFRC, GRC NASA is concerned with the prevention of encounters with hazardous in-flight conditions and the mitigation of their effects when they do occur. Hazardous flight conditions of particular interest are: wake vortices, clear-air turbulence, in-flight icing, lightning, and low visibility. NASA is interested in new and innovative methods for detect ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. A1.02: Inflight Icing Hazard Mitigation Technology

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: GRC NASA is concerned with the prevention of encounters with hazardous in-flight conditions and the mitigation of their effects when they do occur. Under this subtopic, proposals are invited that explore new and dramatically improved technologies related to inflight airframe and engine icing hazards for manned and unmanned vehicles. Technologies of interest should address the detecti ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. A1.03: Flight Deck Interface Technologies for NextGen

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: LaRC Public benefits derived from continued growth in the transport of passengers and cargo are dependent on the improvement of the intrinsic safety attributes of current and future air vehicles that will operate in NextGen. The Aviation Safety Program (AvSP) is addressing this challenge by conducting cutting-edge fundamental and applied research that will yield innovative algorithms ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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