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H10.01 Advanced Propulsion Systems Ground Test
Technology (SBIR)
Lead Center: SSC
Participating Center(s): KSC
T13.01 Intelligent Sensor Systems (STTR)
Lead Center: SSC
Participating Center(s): KSC, MSFC
H10.02 Autonomous Control Technologies (ACT) for
Ground Operations (SBIR)
Lead Center: KSC
Participating Center(s): ARC, LaRC, SSC
Z10.03 Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (NTP) (SBIR)
Lead Center: MSFC
Participating Center(s): GRC, SSC
The NASA SBIR and STTR programs fund the research, development, and demonstration of innovative technologies that fulfill NASA needs as described in the annual Solicitations and have significant potential for successful commercialization. If you are a small business concern (SBC) with 500 or fewer employees or a non-profit RI such as a university or a research laboratory with ties to an SBC, then NASA encourages you to learn more about the SBIR and STTR programs as a potential source of seed funding for the development of your innovations.
SBIR Handbook
Banaue Rice Terraces

Rice Decision Support System for Global Food Security/Commodity Markets

The Philippines' famed Banaue Rice Terraces, pictured here, dried up completely in 2010. Applied Geosolutions Rice DSS, uses satellite imagery to make more accurate rice production estimates.
Cloud-Based Data Sharing

Cloud-Based Data Sharing Connects Emergency Managers

StormCenter Communications, Inc. developed software that enables multiple users using different tools to share geospatial information and collaborate on the analysis of that information in real-time.
Storm Surge Forecasts

Algorithm Predicts Storm Surges

WorldWinds, Inc. developed software that uses NASA satellite data and sophisticated ocean models to produce storm surges forecasts.
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