WASHINGTON (NASA PR) — On November 5, 2018, NASA provided notice of an opportunity to participate in the Civilian Commercialization Readiness Pilot Program (CCRPP), which is intended to accelerate the transition of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funded technologies to commercialization.
The funding is a combination of additional SBIR/STTR investment and NASA or non-NASA entity investment. The SBIR/STTR Program will match between $500,000 and $1 million of the external investment.
Eleven applications have been selected for negotiation and award for a total of $8.8M in funding. A list of selected projects and firms can be found below:
|Continuous Architecture Framework for Fault Management Assessment and Design (CAFFMAD)|
|Cold Atom Source System|
|Affordable Maximum Performance Solar Array for NASA and Commercial Missions|
|Enhanced Detection, Tracking, and Integration for the ATCOM Video Processing Platform|
|Clean Catalysts- Porous Solid Carbon Manufacturing System|
|Advanced Type II SLS Materials for Large Format FPA Applications|
|Physics-Based Conceptual Design Tools|
|Small, Low Mass, Self-Biased Circulators for Aerospace Phased Array Radar Systems|
|High-Volume Production of Lightweight, Multi-Junction Solar Cells Using 6-inch GaAs|
|6 CFM Electrochemical Hydrogen Pump and Compressor|
|Cell Reprogramming Facility|