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IPP4APPEL

  1. 1. INNOVATIVE

 Partnerships
 Program

  2. 2. Who
is
IPP?

  3. 3. What
does
IPP
do?

  4. 4. Create
and
manage
partnerships
to
 foster
and
transfer
Langley’s
 technology,
capabili8es,
and
 exper8se

  5. 5. Small
Business
Innova8on
Research/Small
Business
Technology
Transfer,
aka
 SBIR/STTR 
 Waveguide‐based
module
specifically
built

 and
extensively
tested
by
AdvR,
Inc.

 Module
integrated
into
Langley
High
Spectral
 ResoluIon
Lidar
Seed
Laser

  6. 6. TecFusion
™
Forums
 •  Over
20
TecFusion™
Forums
since
2004
 •  Some
70
resul8ng
partnerships
 •  New
products
for
NASA,
et.
al.
 At
the
2010
Consumer
Electronics
Show
(CES),
RCA

 (an
Audiovox
subsidiary)
introduced
he
RCA
 Airenergy
unit
converts
the
WiFi
antenna
signal
to
 DC
power
.

  7. 7. Infusion
Workshops
 Intersense Head-Worn Display (HWD) Prototype • Supports Next-Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) • Features inertial-optical hybrid motion tracking technology Benefits: •  improved situation awareness •  increased ground-air collaborative decision making •  clearance negotiation •  precision navigation Phase
III
Oct
2008
 Phase
III
Aug
2009

‐
$250K

  8. 8. Licenses/Patents

  9. 9. Transferring
NASA
Technology
 http://www.sti.nasa.gov/spinoff/database
  10. 10. Did
you
say
“funding?!”
 Funded Opportunities – take technology from idea to product Centennial Challenges Innovation Technology Initiative Discretionary Funds SBIR FAST/CRuSR
  11. 11. Innova8ve
Technology
Ini8a8ve
 Proof‐of‐concept
projects
 • 
Funded
20
projects
across
NASA
in
2009,
selected
from
over
230
proposals
 • 
Expanding
program
for
2010
and
beyond

 Mimicking
Gecko
Foot
Surfaces
for
 Lunar
Dust
Mi8ga8on

 Langley
Research
Center

  12. 12. Centennial
Challenges
 NASA Prizes for the Citizen-Inventor •  19
compe88ons
held
since
2005,
$4.5M
in
prizes
 •  Plans
for
2010
and
Beyond
 •  Prize
ideas
solicited
from
the
public
and
across
NASA
 •  $5.5M
available
for
prizes


 •  Power
Beaming
and
Strong
Tether
Challenges
 •  Green
Flight
Challenge
 •  New
challenges
 •  Build
partnerships
with
Educa8on
 Green Flight Power Beaming
  13. 13. Langley/Johnson
Innova8on
Pavilion

  14. 14. Yet2.com

  15. 15. Winning/Awards

  16. 16. Marke8ng?

  17. 17. Langley
IPP
MarkeIng
on
All
Fronts

  18. 18. SBIR/STTR
Awards
Informa8on
 •  PHASE
I
 –  Feasibility
study

 –  $100K
award
 –  6
months
dura8on
(SBIR)

 –  12
months
dura8on
(STTR)
 •  PHASE
II
 –  Technology
Development
 –  2‐Year
Award

 –  Up
to
$750K
(SBIR/STTR)
 •  PHASE
III
 –  Technology
Infusion/Commercializa8on
Stage
 –  Use
of
non‐SBIR
Funds
 –  Ability
to
award
sole‐source
contracts
without
JOFOC
based
on
specific
SBIR
 authority
–
NASA
and
NASA
primes.


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