Armstrong Technology Transfer Office

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Technology Transfer Office
Armstrong Flight Research Center
P.O. Box 273 M/S 1100
Edwards, CA 93523-0273
Fax: (661) 276-3001
General Office Inquiries: 
Phone: (661) 276-3368
Technology or Licensing Inquiries: 
Phone: (661) 276-5743

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What We Offer

technologyTechnologies Available for Licensing or Partnering
Armstrong technologies are listed by technology category.
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signing agreementLicensing
The Armstrong Technology Transfer Office helps industry benefit from NASA inventions by widely disseminating the technologies for scientific, academic, industrial, and commercial use.
› Learn how to license Armstrong technologies

signing agreementPartnering
Armstrong's Technology Transfer Office actively promotes partnerships between industry, academia, and other government agencies and Armstrong's researchers.
› Learn how to partner with Armstrong

signing agreementSoftware Catalog
Many of the technologies developed by NASA include a software component that can often have broad applications beyond the space program.
› Find Armstrong Software

signing agreementSmall 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.
› Visit the SBIR/STTR Web site→

Submit your NTRNASA Spinoff
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.
 Read the new 2013 Spinoff publication

Featured Technologies

plane in snow-covered mountains Improved Ground Collision Avoidance System

Find out more about this lifesaving advanced warning system for the general aviation market. 

plane in snow-covered mountains Armstrong Receives Two Outstanding Technology Development Awards

Innovations developed at Armstrong received recognition from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer’s Far West Region. Read more.

fiber opticsDiscover the Power of Fiber Optic Sensing

Armstrong's portfolio of fiber optic sensing technologies offers unparalleled options for high-resolution sensing.

sonic boomInteractive 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.

Page Last Updated: October 1st, 2014
Page Editor: Lee Obringer