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  1. T3.03: Bio-inspired Concepts for the Development of Power, Energy and Storage Technologies for Air and Space

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: GRC Participating Center(s): ARC, LaRC   Biomimicry is the imitation of life and life's principles characterized by reduced use of energy, water and raw materials. Energy and material use is substituted by information and structure. The goal of this topic is to focus efforts on system driven technology development that draws from nature to solve technical challenges in aer ...

    STTR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. 03: Autonomous Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Focus Area 3: Autonomous Systems for Space Exploration Lead MD: HEOMD Participating MD(s): SMD, STTR   The exploration of space requires the best of the nation's technical community to provide the technologies that will enable human and robotic exploration beyond Low Earth Orbit (LEO): to visit asteroids, to extend man’s reach to Mars, and for increasingly ambitious robotic mis ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. H6.02: Resilient Autonomous Systems

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: ARC Participating Center(s): JPL, JSC, MSFC Related Subtopic Pointer(s): A2.02, A3.02, H6.01, T4.01 Future human spaceflight missions will place crews at large distances and light-time delays from Earth, requiring novel capabilities for crews with limited ground support to manage spacecraft, habitats, and supporting equipment to prevent Loss of Mission (LOM) or Loss of Crew (LOC) o ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. H6.03: Spacecraft Autonomous Agent Cognitive Architectures for Human Exploration

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: ARC Participating Center(s): JSC, MSFC Related Subtopic Pointer(s): H6.01 This subtopic develops intelligent autonomous agent cognitive architectures that are open and modular such that they can feasibly be certified for use on deep space missions to interact both with the mission control operators, the crew, and most if not all of the spacecraft subsystems. With such a cognitive a ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. S5.05: Fault Management Technologies

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: ARC Participating Center(s): JPL, MSFC   As science missions are given increasingly complex goals and have more pressure to reduce operations costs, system autonomy increases. Fault Management (FM) is one of the key components of system autonomy. FM consists of the operational mitigations of spacecraft failures. It is implemented with spacecraft hardware, on-board autonomous s ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. T4.03: Coordination and Control of Swarms of Space Vehicles

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: JPL Participating Center(s): Related Subtopic Pointer(s): Z8.02 This subtopic is focused on developing and demonstrating technologies for coordination and autonomous control of teams and swarms of space systems including but not limited to spacecraft and planetary rover teams in a dynamic environment.   Possible areas of interest include but are not limited to:   ...

    STTR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. T13.01: Intelligent Sensor Systems

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: SSC Participating Center(s): KSC, MSFC   This subtopic area seeks to develop advanced instrumentation technologies which can be embedded in systems and subsystems. Embedded sensor systems have the potential for substantial reduction in time and cost of propulsion systems development, with substantially reduced operational costs and evolutionary improvements in ground, launch a ...

    STTR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. 04: Robotic Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Focus Area 4: Robotic Systems for Space Exploration Lead MD: STMD Participating MD(s): SMD, STTR   This focus area includes development of robotic systems technologies (hardware and software) to improve the exploration of space. Robots can perform tasks to assist and off-load work from astronauts. Robots may perform this work before, in support of, or after humans. Ground controllers and ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. S4.02: Robotic Mobility, Manipulation and Sampling

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: JPL Participating Center(s): AFRC, ARC, GSFC, JSC Related Subtopic Pointer(s): S1.11, S4.04, S4.05, S4.06 Technologies for robotic mobility, manipulation, and sampling are needed to enable access to sites of interest and acquisition and handling of samples for in-situ analysis or return to Earth from planets and small bodies including Mars, Venus, comets, asteroids, and planetary m ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Z5.01: Augmented Hybrid and Virtual Reality (XR) Technology for Human & Robotics Exploration

    Release Date: 01-11-2018Open Date: 01-11-2018Due Date: 03-09-2018Close Date: 03-09-2018

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): AFRC, JPL, KSC Related Subtopic Pointer(s): S4.04, S4.05 Within the ISS Program, maintenance requires well trained crew members and is labor intensive, expensive and inefficient. NASA uses paper and electronic procedures to direct crew through complex maintenance procedures for all on-board systems. Developing and executing procedures are still time con ...

    SBIR National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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