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The Armstrong Technology Transfer Office helps industry benefit from NASA inventions by widely disseminating the technologies for scientific, academic, industrial, and commercial use.
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Armstrong's Technology Transfer Office actively promotes partnerships between industry, academia, and other government agencies and Armstrong's researchers.
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Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs→
The SBIR and STTR programs provide an opportunity for small, high technology companies and research institutions to participate in government-sponsored research and development efforts in key technology areas.
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Read NASA’s premier annual publication, featuring successfully commercialized NASA technologies. Additionally, read Spinoff's new "Spinoffs of Tomorrow" publication featuring technologies available for license from NASA.
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Discover the Power of Fiber Optic Sensing
Armstrong's portfolio of fiber optic sensing technologies offers unparalleled options for high-resolution sensing.
Armstrong Leads Development of Collision Avoidance Technologies
Innovative software developed at Armstrong is laying the foundation for a collision avoidance system that would automatically take control of an aircraft that is in danger of crashing.
Interactive Display Provides Pilots with Real-Time Sonic Boom Information
This new software system is capable of displaying the location and intensity of shock waves caused by supersonic aircraft. It can be integrated into cockpits or flight control rooms to help pilots place any loud booms in a specific location, minimizing their impact in populated areas. The system processes vehicle and flight parameters as well as data regarding current atmospheric conditions.