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Published on January 22, 2008

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Slide1:  NASA SBIR STTR Program Captions for Front Displays:  Captions for Front Displays Top Row: - Computer Motion – merged with Intuitive Surgical leader in robotically assisted surgery - Xinetics Deformable mirror technology for future optical interferometry missions (Planet finding and accurate stellar distance measurements - Cybersonics Ultrasonic rock driller requires minimal axial loading and pressure Middle Row: - Lightwave Electronics (purchased by JDS Uniphase) High performance laser development for future space optical communication systems - Biospherical Instruments Unattended monitoring of marine productivity and environmental conditions Bottom Row: - Honeybee Robotics Coring system and engineering model for rover field demonstration - Advanced Modular Power Systems Advanced thermal to electric conversion system for future deep space missions Slide3:  NASA SBIR STTR Program Dr. Kumar Krishen July 24, 2006 Small Business in USA - Secretary Elaine L. Chao:  Small Business in USA - Secretary Elaine L. Chao Public perception is that “business” always means “big business” and the small-business contribution to our economy is often overlooked. Small Business employs over half of the private-sector workforce in America and produces about half of its Gross Domestic Product. Small Business generated two-thirds of the net new jobs since 1970. Small Business created life-changing and life-saving innovations from the personal computer to the pacemaker to overnight mail delivery. Employment. Job Creation. Innovation. That’s the value of small business to USA Slide5:  NASA SBIR/STTR 2006 Budget SBIR - Phase I Contracts: $100K (6 months) STTR - Phase I Contracts: $100K (12 months) SBIR/STTR - Phase II Contracts: $600K (2 years) SBIR $105M STTR $13M Slide6:  NASA Organization Four Mission Directorates: Aeronautics Research ( Exploration Systems ( Science ( Space Operations ( Slide7:  NASA Directorate Interests Aeronautics Research ( Aviation Safety and Security Vehicle Systems Airspace Systems Exploration Systems ( Moon Initiative Technology Support Power Propulsion Biological Sciences Slide8:  NASA Directorate Interests Science ( Earth Science Solar System Exploration Telescopes Sensors and Detectors Helioscience Spacecraft Technologies Space Operations ( Communications Operations Slide9:  Dryden Ames Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johnson Stennis Kennedy Marshall Goddard Headquarters Langley Glenn All Ten NASA Centers Participate In the SBIR Program NASA Center Contacts:  NASA Center Contacts Ames Research Center - Geoff Lee, 650-604-6406 Information Technology (automation, planning, simulation) Air Traffic Management Systems Dryden Flight Research Center - Greg Poteat, 661-276-3872 Atmospheric Flight Concepts, Flight Dynamic Systems Characterization, Flight Sensors and Airborne Instruments for Flight Research Kennedy Space Flight Center - Chuck Griffin, 321-867-6225 Space Transportation, Space Operations, Launch Site Technologies Langley Research Center - Bob Yang, 757-864-8020 Materials, Structures, Systems Analysis Lidar Remote Sensing Glenn Research Center - Gynelle Steele, 216-433-8258 Power, Propulsion, Communications NASA Center Contacts:  NASA Center Contacts Goddard Space Flight Center – Dr. Jim Chern, 301-286-5836 Optics, GN&C, Sensors & Detectors, Thermal Control Data Management and Visualization Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Wayne Schober, 818-354-8581 In-situ sensors and robotics, Active Microwave, Sensors & Detectors, Communications, Astronomical Observatories Technology Johnson Space Flight Center – Dr. Kumar Krishen, 281-483-1348 Human Systems Research, Life Support and Habitation, Human Systems Integration, In-situ Resource Utilization, Marshall Space Flight Center - Lynn Garrison, 256-544-6719 Chemical Propulsion, Cryogenic Telescope Components, Low Thrust and Propellantless Technologies, Particles and Fields Stennis Space Flight Center - Ray Bryant, 228-688-3964 Geospacial Data Analysis Processing and Visualization Technologies Rocket Propulsion Testing Systems SBIR/ STTR is a Three Phase Program:  SBIR/ STTR is a Three Phase Program Phase I is a 6 month, $100K effort to determine the feasibility of the proposed innovation Phase I contracts are based on proposals received in response to the program’s annual solicitation Phase II is a 2 year, $600K research, development, and demonstration effort Phase II contracts are awarded to successful Phase I contractors Phase III is the non-SBIR funded commercialization activity based on the Phase II result Nature of SBIR/STTR Contracts:  Nature of SBIR/STTR Contracts SBIR contracts are fixed price contracts to be completed on a best effort basis Contractors own resulting intellectual property (data, copyrights, patents, etc.) Government has royalty-free rights for government use of intellectual property Government protects data from public dissemination for four years after contract ends Slide14:  SBIR/STTR Program Eligibility Checkpoints Organized for-profit U.S. business At least 51% U.S. owned and independently operated Small business located in the U.S. P.I.’s primary employment with small business during the project Slide15:  SBIR Electronic Handbook Selection Process All proposals are submitted electronically via the internet Proposals are screened for administrative completeness and turned over to the managing NASA Center for technical review SBIR Electronic Handbook Slide16:  Selection Process Phase I Evaluation Criteria: Scientific/Technical Merit and Feasibility (50%) Experience, Qualifications and Facilities (25%) Effectiveness of the Proposed Work Plan (25%) Commercial Potential and Feasibility (adjectival) Slide17:  Selection Process Phase II Evaluation Criteria: Scientific/Technical Merit and Feasibility (50%) Experience, Qualifications and Facilities (20%) Effectiveness of the Proposed Work Plan (20%) Commercial Potential and Feasibility (10 % -critical) • Commercial Potential of the Technology • Commercial Intent of the Offeror • Capability of the Offeror to Realize Commercialization Slide18:  Selection Process Ranking Criteria: Value to NASA Reasonable Chance of Success Probability that Company Can Successfully Commercialize Technology (Phase III) Slide19:  Some Important Facts to Remember Eligibility is determined at time of award No appendices allowed in Phase I The PI is not required to have a Ph.D. The PI is required to have expertise to oversee project scientifically and technically Applications may be submitted to different agencies for similar work Awards may not be accepted from different agencies for duplicative projects Slide20:  Program Management Structure at NASA JSC Level 1 – SBIR/STTR Program Executive (NASA HQ) Level 2 – SBIR/STTR Program Manager (GSFC), SBIR/STTR Deputy Program Manager (GSFC), SBIR/STTR Procurement Policy Manager Level 3 – SBIR/STTR Field Center Program Managers (JSC, ARC, etc.) Slide21:  JSC SBIR STTR Program Office JSC Procurement and Legal Offices JSC Advanced Planning Office JSC External Relations Office Headquarters Mission Directorate Representatives Headquarters Program Management Offices JSC Directorates/ Program Offices EA, SA, DA, KA and others JSC Program Management Organizational Involvement Slide22:  Recent Phase 3 Contracts at JSC NAS9-03052 TDA Research $507,908 Lightweight Freeze-Tolerant Radiator for an EMU T 9238W Invocon $27,100  WIS Battery Packs T9241W Invocon $50,000 Micro-WIS Impact-Penetration Sensor System Concept Formulation PPR4200036901 ORBITEC $39,965 3D Simulations of LADR (LoTEC Active Door Recharger) and MERLIN (Microgravity Experiment Research Locker Incubator) 4200065425 ORBITEC $213,223 Evaluation of 3D Visualization Technologies for Extravehicular Robotic Operations on the ISS NNJ04HD40B Invocon $9,500,000 Micro-Wireless Instrumentation System Design, Development, and Product NNJ05HA28P ORBITEC $160,000 Regolith Oxygen Extraction Slide23:  Recent Phase 3 Contracts at JSC (contd.) 4200113444 S.H.O.T. $14,590 Engineering Design and Support Testing for Near Infrared Applications XXXXXXXXXX Tenxsys $70,000 Distributed Operations Software for Wireless Handheld Computers XXXXXXXXXX Multiple Contractors $19,000 Evaluation of Nanocomposite Food Packaging Material XXXXXXXXXX Aspen Aerogels $75,000 Multifunction, Multilayer Aerogel Composite for Exploration Suits and Rovers TOTAL $10,676,786 Success Story Process at JSC:  Success Story Process at JSC NTR Received Success Story (SS) Requirement Company Researched Further Funding Received SBIR STTR Office verifies information and develops draft Company edits and has final sign off responsibilities on story. SS put on JSC home page SS put on Headquarters home page Slide25:  2006 SBIR and STTR Subtopic Development JSC Participation – Lead Subtopics: - O1.06 – Extravehicular (EVA) Radios – Andrew Benjamin/EV - X3.01 – Spacecraft Cabin Atmospheric Management and Habitation Systems – Dan Barta/Don Henninger/EC - X3.02 - Water Processing and Waste Management – Dan Barta/Don Henninger/EC - X4.01 – Lunar Regolith Excavation and Material Handling – Jerry Sanders/Rich Schoenberg/EP - X4.02 - Oxygen Production from Lunar Regolith – Jerry Sanders/Rich Schoenberg/EP - X4.03 - Lunar Polar Resource Prospecting and Collection – Jerry Sanders/Rich Schoenberg/EP - X7.01 – Supportability Technologies for Long-Duration Space Missions – Kevin Watson/ZF - X7.02 - Human-System Interaction – Darby Magruder/ER - X7.03 - Surface Handling and Mobility, Transportation, and Operations Equipment (Lunar or Mars) – Darby Magruder/ER - X11.01 – Thermal Control for Lunar Surface Systems – Gene Ungar/EC - X12.01 - Food Access Beyond Low Earth Orbit – Michele Perchonok/SF - X12.02 – Long-Duration Space Human Factors – Doug Wong/SF - X13.01 – Space Radiation Health Research Technology – Barbara Corbin/SK - X14.01 – Health Preservation in the Space Environment – Antony Jeevarajan/SK - X14.02 – Lunar In-Situ Autonomous Health Monitoring – Elizabeth Kalla/Mary Fitts/SD - T5.01 – Advanced Extravehicular Activity (AEVA) – Robert Trevino/EC - T5.02 – Impact Detection and Evaluation for Man-Rated Space Vehicles – George Studor/ES Slide26:  JSC Participation – Participating Subtopics: O1.05 - Reconfigurable/Reprogrammable Communication Systems – Andrew Benjamin/EV O1.07 – Transformational Communications Technology – Andrew Benjamin/EV O1.10 – Surface Networks and Orbit Access Links – Andrew Benjamin/EV S2.03 – Energy Conversion and Power Electronics for Deep Space Missions – Judith Jeevarajan/EP S7.04 – Chemical and Propellantless Propulsion for Deep Space – Rich Schoenberg/EP S7.05 – Power Electronic Devices, Components and Packaging – Sabbir Hossain/EP X2.01- Integrated Systems Health Management – Lui Wang/ER X3.03 – Crewed Spacecraft Environmental Monitoring and Control and Fire Protection Systems – Larry Dungan/EB X5.01- Motors and Drive Systems for Cryogenic Environments – Darby Magruder/ER X8.03 – Space Rated Batteries and Fuel Cells for Surface Systems – Koorosh Araghi/EP, Eric Darcy/EP X9.01 - Long Term Cryogenic Propellant Storage, Management, and Acquisition – Rich Schoenberg/EP X9.03 – Cryogenic and Non-Toxic Storable Propellant Space Engines – Rich Schoenberg/EP 2006 SBIR and STTR Subtopic Development Slide27:  LandForm VisualFlight™ Rapid Imaging Software, Albuquerque, NM Innovation LandForm VisualFlight™ is the power of a geographic information system (GIS) and the speed of a flight simulator, accessible from any Windows application. Accomplishments The Advanced Flight Visualization Toolkit (VisualFlight™) project is developing a suite of virtual reality immersive telepresence software tools which combine the real-time flight simulation abilities with the data density of a Geographic Information System (GIS). This technology is used for virtual reality training of crews, analysis of flight test data, and as an on-board immersive situation display. It will also find application as a virtual cockpit, and in teleoperation of remotely piloted vehicles. A simplified user interface, it will fuse real-time 3D displays of terrain with digital maps, satellite data, vehicles, flight paths, and waypoints. This unique and innovative approach will build upon recent software technology research and development from Rapid Imaging Software. VisualFlight™ permits users to construct and deploy their own immersive multidimensional display applications on Windows-based computer platforms. Commercialization VisualFlight™ is sold as a development kit starting with 5 run-time licenses.  Users who wish to distribute more applications using LandForm VisualFlight™ technology can purchase additional run-time licenses as needed. LandForm V/O Video Overlay plug-in for LandForm C3 or Flight Vision is available for the Matrox Corona board only.  The price is $4995 for a # single users license.  Site license is available for $6995. Government/Science Applications The firm’s VisualFlight™ System was used to fly the X- 38 on it’s latest test flight. The flight vehicle was piloted by astronaut (Ken Ham) using LandForm VisualFlight system as his digital cockpit window. Slide28:  SINDA/FLUINT Cullimore & Ring Technologies, Inc., Littleton, Colorado Innovation SINDA/FLUINT is a comprehensive finite-difference, lumped parameter tool for analyzing complex thermal/fluid systems. Accomplishments SINDA/FLUINT saves time and money by making the design process faster and easier, letting the customer gain a better understanding of their complex system. The consumer controls what is important and how to get the answer to their design performance questions using the most efficient approach. Furthermore, the code is completely extensible. Commercialization C&R's numerous clients span such diverse industries as electronics packing, aerospace, automobile and aircraft engine cooling, air conditioning, fuel lubrication and hydraulic systems, spacecraft and launch vehicle thermal control, propulsion, and environmental control, Power generation systems, Oil and gas pipeline and distribution systems, Process design and control, Furnaces and kilns. The firm has existing relationships with the corporations listed below: Ford, Raytheon, Boeing, NASA, Chrysler , Northrop, Gruman, Aerospatiale, DoE Laboratories, Cummins, Allied Signal, Kawasaki, U.S. Air Force,Lockheed Martin, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, U.S. Navy, General Motors, Westinghouse, Alenia Aerospazio, U.S. Army. Government/Science Applications The NASA standard tool for thermohydraulic analysis, SINDA/FLUINT, includes thermodynamic and hydrodynamic solutions specifically targeted at the growing demand for design and analysis of liquid propulsion systems. Spacecraft and launch vehicle thermal, Propulsion, and environmental control design. Alternative energy systems and energy conservation design. Automobile and aircraft engines, cooling, fuel, lubrication, climate control, and hydraulic systems. HVAC and fire protection systems. Oil and gas pipeline, distribution, steam injection systems. Slide29:  Fewer and fewer people now need eyeglasses or contact lenses thanks to laser vision correction surgery. Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis or LASIK is the most widely performed surgical procedure. Uses a laser and eye-tracking device to reshape the cornea and is based on technology used to assist spacecraft in delicate docking maneuvers. Enables LASIK to provide unmatched precision. LadarVision 4000 – Alcon (Autonomous Technologies) Slide30:  MedStar Monitoring System – Cybernet – 2004 Inductee The cost of caring for the chronically ill continues to grow. In-home care shows significant patient health improvements through closer in-home monitoring. Allows health care professionals to remotely monitor patients Evolved from research funded by NASA, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Result was a miniature physiological monitoring device capable of collecting and analyzing a multitude of signals in real time, which also is used to monitor astronauts on the ISS Slide32:  INNOVATION  Developed Micro-encapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM) as a new thermal management system for fibers and fabrics. ACCOMPLISHMENTS  MPCM can be as much as four times more effective than systems that utilize  trapped air for insulation. COMMERCIALIZATION  Boston Harbour, LLC of New York City has partnered with Outlast Technologies, Inc. of Boulder, Colorado to launch a complete line of Men's and Ladies Casual Outerwear, utilizing Outlast® liners with revolutionary Adaptive Comfort® technology. Under the brand PROSHIELD "Smart Apparel" consumers can experience all day comfort powered by Outlast's patented phase change fabric technology. This same technology, used in EvenTemp® Bedding by Wamsutta® was chosen as one of Time Magazine's Inventions of the Year in 2002. Licensed to Outlast Technologies, Inc. Marketed under the trade name Outlast® Temperature Regulation and your Own Comfort Zone TM.  Covered by multiple US, European and Japanese patents. US Patents include #4756958 and #5366801 and others pending GOVERNMENT/SCIENCE APPLICATIONS  Outlast® flight gloves for aviators are currently listed with GSA for all components of the USG . Ongoing programs with the USG include   evaluation of Outlast® crew socks, under- garments and thermally protective life jackets for the US Navy Ongoing program with NSF to develop microcapsules that with stand higher temperatures Continued customer interest in a multitude of applications . Spacesuit Glove Liner with Enhanced Thermal Properties for Improve Comfort Triangle R&D Corporation /Outlast Technologies, Inc. Slide33:  Questions What should my proposal look like ? A sample proposal is available at – Procurement info – Contract Admin & Closeout - NASA SBIR/STTR Firms Library Should I consider using consultants and subcontractors? Yes, but remember limitations (1/3 of research work), and no NASA Personnel Can I submit the same proposal to different subtopics if it applies? No, you risk having all proposals disqualified Slide34:  Questions Is NASA interested in my technology ? Review last year’s solicitation for potential areas of interest ( What is NASA doing in this area of technology ? Call SBIR Program Office at NASA center(s) that lead the subtopic that is closest to your interests and have them put you in touch with a technical person working in the subject area Calls must be made before solicitation opens Does my proposal need to fit into a specific subtopic? Yes, proposals that are not responsive to the solicitation may be classified “non-responsive” and rejected. However, the subtopics are usually broadly written. Slide35:  SBIR/STTR Program Schedule 2006 Program Solicitation Opening Date: 07/07/2006 Closing Date: 09/07/2006 Selections: Nov. 2006 Slide36:  For Further Information

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