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    • National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationNationalAeronautics and Space Administration Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) Leveraging NASA’s Technology Assets presented to NASA Project Management Challenge 2009 February 24–25, 2009 Nona Minnifield Cheeks Chief, Innovative Partnerships Program Office NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 1 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
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    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Overview • NASA’s technology assets – What they are – Where they come from – Where they go – How they are connected to the missions • Using IPP to tap into technology • Case study examples • How to get started 3 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Techs as “Assets” • Investment already made – Lowers cost for missions • On the path to space qualification – Saves time by starting at a higher TRL • Access to innovator – Provides additional guidance and/or modifications 4 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA’s Technology Assets In FY08 alone, nearly 1,300 new technologies were reported 300 282 250 220 200 150 132 126 120 117 100 100 85 52 58 50 0 FC C C C C SC C C C L SF FR R JP R S JS R S La S K G A G M D 5 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA’s Technology Assets Advanced materials Electronics Biotechnology Mechanical devices Chemicals Nanotechnology Computer hardware Optics & photonics Computer software Sensors & actuators Control systems Subassemblies Data processing Test/Measurement 6 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Sources of NASA Technology • Center-based internal R&D • Program management R&D procurements • Program-funded research • Inter-Agency agreements • Space Act Agreements with industry and academia • Innovative Partnerships Program – SBIR/STTR, Seed Fund, R&D partnerships 7 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA’s Tech Asset “Portfolio” • New Technology Reports (NTRs) – NASA Form 1679 – eNTRe: http://entre.nasa.gov – Required of NASA civil servants and most contractors – NASA Policy Directive 2091.A • All captured in NASA Technology Tracking Systems (NTTS) – Maintained and accessed by NASA’s Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) 8 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Innovative Partnerships Program Chief Safety and Mission Assurance Office of the Administrator Chief of Staff Program Analysis and Evaluation Administrator Deputy Administrator Inspector General Chief Engineer Associate Administrator NASA Advisory Groups Program & Institutional Integration Mission Support Offices Chief Financial Officer Mission Directorates Aeronautics Research Chief Information Officer Exploration Systems Science General Counsel Space Operations Integrated Enterprise Management Program NASA Centers Ames Research Center Innovative Partnership Program Dryden Flight Research Center HQ and Center IPP Offices Glenn Research Center Goddard Space Flight Center External Relations Jet Propulsion Laboratory Chief Health and Johnson Space Center Medical Officer Kennedy Space Center Langley Research Center Institutions & Management Marshall Space Flight Center Stennis Space Center Strategic Communications 9 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Innovative Partnerships Program Director Deputy Director Secretary Staff Functions Resources Management Administrative Officer Chief Technologist Communications Innovation Incubator Partnership Technology Infusion Centennial Challenges Development SBIR/STTR FAST Intellectual property mgt. Seed Fund Innovation transfusion Technology transfer New business models New innovative partnerships IPP Offices at each of NASA’s Field Centers 10 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Innovative Partnerships Program Technology Innovation Partnership Infusion Incubator Development – SBIR/STTR – Centennial – Intellectual – Seed Fund Challenges Property – FAST Management – Innovation – Technology Transfusion Transfer – New Business – New Innovative Models Partnerships 11 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration IPP Leverages Tech Assets Mission, Program, and Project needs/requirements Center and Program R&D SBIR/STTR IPP Seed Fund NTTS Centennial Partnerships database Challenges IPP analysis and “cross-fertilization” Tech Transfer Missions, Programs (spinoffs) and Projects 12 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How We Leverage GSFC Techs • New Technology Assessment (NTA) – Screen for internal strategic value and external commercial value – Develop strategy/next steps – Implement to effect infusion/transfer • Monitor NASA mission needs – SBIR/STTR topics and sub-topics – Technology “road maps” 13 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How We Leverage GSFC Techs • Work closely with managers to align techs with program/project needs – Assistant chief technologists (ACTs) – Tech Working Group – Program/Project personnel • Support GSFC technologists – Tech development to meet mission needs – Proposal development 14 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How We Leverage GSFC Techs • Publish technology opportunities – IPP Web sites • http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov/technologies.ht ml – NASA Tech Briefs • http://www.techbriefs.com/ – Tech Finder • http://technology.nasa.gov 15 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Leveraging Tech Assets • Example #1: Detector development for cloud-aerosol transport lidar – Leveraging techs developed under multiple NASA SBIR projects (NTRs filed) – Also leveraging USAF SBIR tech – Consolidating of SBIR techs into detector subsystem, funded by ESTO – Applicable to ACE mission “These SBIR technologies can save our projects a lot of money and time.… Going to IPP is a great way to find the technologies you need.” Matt McGill, detector project PI, Dec. 2008 16 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Leveraging Tech Assets • Example #2: Two-stage ADR selected to fly on two missions – Inventor filed NTR in March 1999 – IPP provided/secured funding and partners to advance technology 2001–2006 – Inventor included tech in “Mission of Opportunity” proposal, won in June 2008 “It’s great to have tech transfer programs like this that allow us to team with industry and other groups to keep extremely important R&D work going.” Peter Shirron, inventor, Aug. 2007 17 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Leveraging Tech Assets • Example #3: Image and image-like data analysis software (RHSEG) – IPP supported development and “outreach” • Featured technology Web site – RHSEG being used: • For various NASA projects • For commercial medical application • For non-NASA research “On the IPP Web site, we were able to find very quickly all the necessary files, including the instructions on how to use RHSEG, which made this software transfer easier for us as well as for the inventor.” Jacqueline LeMoigne-Stewart, GSFC user of RHSEG, Jan. 2008 18 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Leveraging Tech Assets • Example #4: GSFC’s Software Release – IPP and Software Release Authority work together to properly release software – Software Usage Agreements ensure rights protected and access enabled – GSFC software used throughout NASA • Integrated Test and Operations System (ITOS) used at: – Ames – Kennedy – Marshall 19 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How to Get Started • Contact IPP so we can: – Search our databases for technology solutions – Identify ongoing research (i.e., new techs to come) that might align with your mission, program, project needs • We’ll ask you about your tech needs: – The problem to be solved – Specs for ideal solution(s), including timeframe – Others at NASA facing same challenge 20 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How to Get Started http://technology.nasa.gov http://ipp.nasa.gov http://www.techbriefs.com 21 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration How to Get Started • Ames Research Center • Johnson Space Center Lisa Lockyer Michele Brekke lisa.l.lockyer@nasa.gov michele.brekke@nasa.gov • Dryden Flight Research Center • Kennedy Space Center Greg Poteat David R. Makufka gregory.a.poteat@nasa.gov david.r.makufka@nasa.gov • Glenn Research Center • Langley Research Center Kathleen Needham Brian Beaton kathleen.k.needham@nasa.gov brian.f.beaton@nasa.gov • Goddard Space Flight Center • Marshall Space Flight Center Nona K. Cheeks James Dowdy nona.k.cheeks@nasa.gov jim.dowdy@nasa.gov • Jet Propulsion Laboratory • Stennis Space Center Andrew Gray Ramona Pelletier Travis andrew.a.gray@nasa.gov ramona.e.travis@ssc.nasa.gov NASA Headquarters Douglas A. Comstock doug.comstock@nasa.gov 22 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Thank you! • Nona Minnifield Cheeks Chief Innovative Partnerships Program Office NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (301) 286-5810 techtransfer@gsfc.nasa.gov http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov 23 NASA Goddard Space Flight Center http://ipp.gsfc.nasa.gov