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NOTE: The Solicitations and topics listed on this site are copies from the various SBIR agency solicitations and are not necessarily the latest and most up-to-date. For this reason, you should visit the respective agency SBIR sites to read the official version of the solicitations and download the appropriate forms and rules.

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  1. 12.1-FH1: Coating Existing Concrete Barriers to Reduce Rollover Potential

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    There are thousands of miles of concrete barrier in place on the highways across the United States and many more miles used as temporary barriers in work zones. There are 5 typical concrete barrier shapes which have been used for years that generally have performed acceptably. The different shapes with their different design characteristics provide some tradeoffs with crash performance. It is w ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  2. 12.1-FH2: Fast Real Time Positioning using GNSS

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    Many developments in surface transportation are dependent on greater positioning accuracy as well as position integrity for improvements in safety, performance, and efficiency. Examples include: · Construction (grading, paving, infrastructure mapping), · Maintenance (line striping), · Non-barrier separated toll or HOV lanes, · Lane keeping, · Infrastru ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  3. 12.1-FM1: Communicating Towed unit (Trailer) Vehicle Identification Number(s) (VIN) to the Powered unit.

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    The primary mission of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large truck and buses. One of the strategies employed to accomplish this goal is to foster innovative research in new or augmenting safety enhancing technologies and to facilitate faster deployment of proven systems. In collaboration with our industry partners and sta ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  4. 12.1-FM2: Innovative Solutions to Effectively Enforce Anti-texting Rules on Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Drivers

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    The primary mission of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large truck and buses. One of the strategies employed to accomplish this goal is to foster innovative research in new or augmenting safety enhancing technologies, novel safety enforcement techniques and aides, as well as to facilitate faster deployment of proven syste ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  5. 12.1-FR1: Locomotive Engine Exhaust Emissions Reduction Technology

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    Rail transportation is one of the most environmentally friendly and energy efficient means of transportation for both passengers and freight. However, there are opportunities to improve upon these benefits and to extend their impact by further improving the efficiency and reducing the emissions associated with rail transportation and by increasing the proportion of our freight and passenger traff ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  6. 12.1-FR2: Electronically Controlled Pneumatic Brake System Adaptor Development

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    Rail transportation is one of the most environmentally friendly and energy efficient means of transportation for both passengers and freight. However, there are opportunities to improve upon these benefits and to extend their impact by further improving the efficiency and reducing the emissions associated with rail transportation and by increasing the proportion of our freight and passenger traff ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  7. 12.1-FR3: Advanced Locomotive Energy Storage System

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    Rail transportation is one of the most environmentally friendly and energy efficient means of transportation for both passengers and freight. However, there are opportunities to improve upon these benefits and to extend their impact by further improving the efficiency and reducing the emissions associated with rail transportation and by increasing the proportion of our freight and passenger traff ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  8. 12.1-FT1: Improved Transit Rider Experience

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    Innovative, economical and durable technologies and devices or solutions that will improve and revolutionize the transit experience for the riding public. The innovations must be adaptable to existing bus and rail transit vehicles and systems. Project proposals must include a methodology on how it will use data to quantitatively demonstrate that their recommended technology innovations can truly ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  9. 12.1-PH: Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    · Note: Small Business Concerns may submit a proposal for all three focus areas. Proposals addressing multiple focus areas for this topic must be submitted separately. The biggest source of energy in the United States of America is petroleum, including oil and natural gas. Together, they supply 65 percent of the energy we use. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, oil fu ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
  10. 12.1-PH1: Seal Sensor Network for Point-of-Source Leak Detection

    Release Date: 10-07-2011Open Date: 10-11-2011Due Date: 12-12-2011Close Date: 12-12-2011

    ‘Advanced seals’, ‘gaskets’, and ‘repair patches’ having integrated leak detection sensors are desired to provide capability for point-of-source leak detection across sealed fastened fittings having seals and gaskets, as well as across composite repair patches. Example uses of advanced seals and gaskets include flanged fittings sealed having o-ring seals, matting surfaces sealed usin ...

    SBIRPhase IDepartment of Transportation
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