La NASA busca propuestas en punto de inflexión y emergentes tecnologías espaciales
8th de junio de, 2015 por Rebecca Norman
Se anima a los socios industriales públicas y privadas para explorar dos nuevas solicitudes Nacional de Aeronáutica y del Espacio. La primera solicitud NASA para Tipping Point Technologies busca propuestas para julio 23 para las tecnologías que permiten o proporcionan la siguiente:
- robótico, fabricación y montaje de estructuras de naves espaciales y de espacio en el espacio;
- baja capacidad, peso, and power instruments for remote sensing applications;
- Small spacecraft attitude determination and control sensors and actuators; y
- Small spacecraft propulsion systems.
Notices of Intent for the NASA Tipping Point solicitation are due July 1. The lead proposer must be a U.S. for-profit business, thought the lead small business applicant can team with academic institutions, non-profit organizations, federally funded research and development centers, NASA civil servants, or jet propulsion laboratories. A corporate/customer contribution of 25% is required for applications to be eligible for award.
Depending on the topic area, funding for Tipping Point awards range from $2 millones a $20 millones de dólares para los periodos de rendimiento de 18-24 meses. Recipients that are small businesses may elect to retain title to their inventions as outlined in the Bayh-Dole Act.
NASA has also issued an announcement of collaborative opportunity (ACO), “Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships to Advance Emerging Space Technology System Capabilities.” The agency seeks partnerships to develop technologies in the following areas:
- Suborbital reusable and small satellite launch systems development; power transfer development;
- Thermal protection system materials and systems development;
- Green propellant thruster technology qualification; y
- Small, affordable, high performance liquid propellant rocket engine development.
Notices of Intent for the Emerging Space Technologies ACO are due July 1. Final proposals are due July 30. The lead proposer must be a U.S. private sector entity, including non-profits. All private sector entities must partner with a NASA Center, and can propose additional teaming arrangements as outlined in the announcement instructions.
NASA anticipates making up to nine total awards under this solicitation. Awards will range from $1-2 million for project performance periods up to 24 meses. Cost sharing is not required for the Emerging Technologies opportunity.
Emerging Technologies Announcement
Both NASA solicitations request applicants to include quad summary charts that represent their proposals during the review process. The quad chart template can be found within each solicitation.