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Armstrong Technologies Available for Licensing

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Armstrong Technologies Available for Licensing


Armstrong has innovations available for licensing in the following technology categories:

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Aeronautics

NASA Armstrong has developed novel approaches for improving aircraft efficiency, optimizing aircraft control, and reducing noise pollution created by aircraft, as well as technologies related to surveillance and tracking of aircraft.

› See technologies available for licensing in the area of aeronautics

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Communications

Armstrong researchers have developed systems designed to improve and extend critical communications systems to support operational activities and ensure the safety of personnel and equipment.

› See technologies available for licensing related to communications.

Information Technology, Computing, and Software

Many of the technologies developed by NASA include computer and software components that may have broad applications beyond aerospace implementations.

› See our technologies related to information technology, computing, and software.

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Manufacturing

Armstrong researchers have developed a wide range of tools to optimize operational and design processes for the aerospace industry as well as manufacturing and business applications.  

› See technologies available for licensing related to manufacturing.

Materials and Coatings 

Recent developments at Armstrong have advanced material properties and application methods to improve the performance and efficiency of various types of aircraft. These technologies have also provided benefits ranging from reduced noise pollution to improved vehicle safety.

› See technologies available for licensing in the area of materials and coatings.

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Mechanical and Fluid Systems

Research at Armstrong related to mechanical components and testing of these components has led to a variety of innovations that have applications in aerospace and beyond.

› See technologies available for licensing related to mechanical and fluid systems.

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Optics

Researchers at Armstrong have developed a variety of powerful technologies using fiber optic systems to monitor key parameters in a wide variety of applications across numerous industries.

› See technologies available for licensing related to optics.

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Power Generation and Storage

Armstrong researchers have developed technologies to help monitor power consumption in critical applications.

› See technologies available for licensing related to power generation and storage.

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Propulsion

Armstrong's work has impacted propulsion systems in a variety of applications for satellites and spacecraft.   

› See technologies available for licensing related to propulsion.

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Robotics, Automation, and Control

Extensive work in aeronautics at Armstrong results in technologies with features applicable in robotics and other areas where automation and control are needed, including guidance and control systems being used in UAVs.

› See technologies available for licensing related to robotics, automation, and control.

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Sensors and Instrumentation

Researchers at Armstrong continually develop novel approaches for the monitoring of complex systems. Many of these technologies have significant applications outside of NASA, including sensors and instruments for structural health monitoring, hazardous material detection, and medical device development.

› See technologies available for licensing related to sensors and instrumentation.

 

Page Last Updated: November 18th, 2014
Page Editor: Lee Obringer