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NASA Ames Technologies for Licensing

The Technology Partnerships Division at Ames was formed to develop and expand partnerships between NASA and U.S. industrial firms for innovative technology development. To learn more about our capabilities and how NASA can help your organization achieve its goals, please contact our office at 1-855-6272-249.

Some of our most recent portfolio additions:

Re-entry Vehicle Shape for Enhanced Performance

Gas Composition Sensing using Carbon Nanotube Arrays

Patterned Carbon Nanotube Arrays For Display Purposes

Photometer

Perilog

Video Acuity Measurement System

Transformable and Reconfigurable Entry, Descent and Landing Systems and Methods

Application of Carbon Nanotube Hold-off Voltage for Determining Gas Composition

Toughened Uni-piece Fibrous Reinforced Oxidation-Resistant Composite (TUFROC)

Ultra High Temperature Ceramics (UHTC)

Hovercraft Landing System

High Efficiency Tantalum-based Ceramic Composite (HETC) Structures

Truss Beam with Adapters - Truss beams with convex-curved rods and self-aligning adapters

Enhanced Auditory Alert Systems - Methods and systems for enhanced auditory alert perception

Carbon Nanotube Density and Height - Method uses electricity and temperature to control CNT growth density

Detecting High Stress - System to estimate stress, emotional volatility, and conflict

Algal Biotechnology Advanced Sensor - Environmental monitoring of microbe metabolic transformation

BioReactor for Cell Cultivation - Capillary driven micro-organism cultivation platform for life support

Truss Beam with Adapters - Truss beams with convex-curved rods and self-aligning adapters

Spatial Standard Observer (SSO) - A tool to measure visibility in tasks, displays, and interfaces

FACET - Future Air Traffic Management Concepts Evaluation Tool

Chemical Nanosensor - Nanostructure Sensing and Transmission of Gas Data

Photogrammetric Recession Measurement - Method to measure the recession of ablative materials

Adaptive Controller for Complex Dynamical Systems - Real-Time minimization of tracking error for aircraft systems

Interactive Inventory Monitoring - Inventory monitoring program using an RFID-based system

Model-Based Prognostics For Batteries - Prognostics and estimation of remaining useful life of energy storage devices

Explore all NASA technologies available through the Tech Transfer Portal.

Browse the Ames Software Catalog.

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