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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. T12.01: Additively Manufactured Electronics for Severe Volume ConstrainedApplications

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title:AdditiveManufactured Electronics for Severe Volume ConstrainedApplicationsScopeDescription:The field of Additively Manufactured Electronics(AME) has been evolving and can provide enabling capability for futureNASA missions that have very severe or unique volume constraints.Several concepts for NASA missions or mission concepts in the decadalsurvey where these volume constraints can be ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. T12.09: Thermoplastic Composites for Repurposable Aerospace Applications

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Thermoplastic Composites forRepurposable Aerospace ApplicationsScopeDescription:NASA isdeveloping long-duration, crewed missions to the Moon and beyond. Thesemissions will require crew habitats and, consequently, sourcingmaterials to construct them and their associated infrastructure. Someexamples of such infrastructure are those used for storage, surfacetransportation, and communicatio ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. T13.01: Intelligent Sensor Systems

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Intelligent Sensors for RocketPropulsion TestingScopeDescription:Intelligent sensor systems would need tofunction reliably in extreme environments, including rapidly changingranges of environmental conditions, such as those experienced in spaceand propulsion test environments. These ranges include extremely coldtemperatures, such as cryogenic temperatures, extremely hightemperatures, su ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. T15.04: Full-Scale (Passenger/Cargo) Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing(eVTOL) Scaling, Propulsion, Aerodynamics, and Acoustics Investigations

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Full-Scale (Passenger/Cargo) ElectricVertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) Scaling, Propulsion, Aerodynamics,and Acoustics InvestigationsScopeDescription:NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate(ARMD) laid out a Strategic Implementation Plan for aeronauticalresearch aimed at the next 25 years and beyond. The documentationincludes a set of Strategic Thrusts—research areas tha ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. T11.06: Extended Reality (Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality,and Hybrid Reality)

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title: XR forHealth Care and Health ManagementScopeDescription:In theupcoming stages of human exploration, astronauts will embark on missionsthat take them deeper into space and require them to spend extendeddurations away from Earth. Consequently, these missions will requireastronauts to exhibit a higher degree of autonomy. A criticalfacet of this increased autonomy revolves around healthc ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Focus Area 1: In-Space Propulsion Technologies

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    NASA isinterested in technologies for advanced in-space propulsion systems to reducetravel time, increase payload mass, reduce acquisition costs, reduce operationalcosts, and enable new science capabilities for exploration and sciencespacecraft. The future will require demanding propulsive performance andflexibility for more ambitious missions requiring high-duty cycles, morechallenging environmen ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Focus Area 2: Power, Energy and Storage

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Power is a ubiquitous technology need across many NASA missions, and newtechnologies are sought to improve and/or enable the generation, storage, anddistribution of electrical power for both human and robotic missions. In spacepower, mission applications include planetary surface power, large-scalespacecraft prime power, and small-scale robotic probe power. Applicabletechnology development is soug ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Focus Area 3: Autonomous Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    The exploration ofspace requires advanced technologies that will better enable both humans androbotic spacecraft to maintain a sustained lunar presence, support Marsexploration, operate in deep space, and explore other destinations in our solarsystem. Examples of such missions include robotic platforms like the EuropaLander or crewed missions with extended periods of dormancy such as Gateway.Gatew ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Focus Area 4: Robotic Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    This focusarea includes the development of robotic systems and technologies (hardware andsoftware) that will enable and enhance future space exploration, science, andservice missions. In thecoming decades, robotic systems will continue to change the way space isexplored. Robots will beused in all mission phases: as independent explorers operating in environments too distant orhostile for humans, ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Focus Area 5: Communications and Navigation

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    NASA seeksproposals to produce innovative technologies in the communications andnavigation discipline to support Exploration, Operations, Science, and SpaceTechnology missions, including the eventual return of humans to the Lunarsurface. Missions are generating ever-increasing data volumes that requireincreased performance from communications systems while minimizing spacecraftimpact. This require ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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