CEDAR email: Announcement
Patrick, Vanessa (HQ-DJ000)[InuTeq, LLC]
vanessa.patrick at nasa.gov
Mon Feb 25 12:47:31 MST 2019
Announcement in Red
NASA SBIR/STTR 2019 Program Solicitation is open and includes Space Weather R2O/O2R Technology Development
The NASA SBIR/STTR programs provide opportunities to small business concerns to engage in the research, development, and demonstration of technologies that both fulfill NASA needs and have the potential for successful commercialization. The 2019 Program Solicitation is now open and includes subtopic S5.06, Space Weather R2O/O2R Technology Development. Phase I proposals are due by March 29, 2019<detected://date/0> at 5:00 pm EST<detected://date/1>.
The subtopic S5.06 is intended to help the NASA Heliophysics Program meet its research obligations to prepare our nation for space weather events. Four areas have been identified for priority development:
* Preparation and validation of existing science models that may be suitable for transition to operational use
* Innovations to produce and/or further refine space weather operational benchmarks
* Data assimilation innovations that enable tools and protocols for the operational space weather community
* Instrumentation concepts, flight architectures, and reporting systems suitable for data assimilation into space weather monitoring and forecasting systems
For complete information, please see the S5.06 Space Weather R2O/O2R Technology Development Subtopic at https://sbir.nasa.gov/solicitations. The NASA SBIR/STTR Help Desk can answer questions (sbir at reisystems.com<mailto:sbir at reisystems.com> / 301-937-0888<tel:301-937-0888>, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m<detected://date/2>., Mon.-Fri<detected://date/3>., Eastern Time).
James Spann, PhD
Space Weather Lead
Heliophysics Division, NASA HQ
Sr. Project Support Specialist
vanessa.patrick at nasa.gov<mailto:vanessa.patrick at nasa.gov>
"Never Accept No From The Person Who Has The Authority To Say Yes"
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