The US Navy seeks to license patents & software that can assist circuit designers by identifying performance bounds and illuminating tradeoffs between performance and device complexity
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a simple yet highly accurate standard device for measuring the linearity of optical power meters
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative technology to prevent flangeless connectors from losing contact with printed circuit boards
The U.S. Navy seeks to commercialize a patented technology for microprocessor power reduction through patent licensing and collaborative commercial partnerships. The base patent is U.S. Patent number 7,153,769: Method of Tuning Voltages of Interdiffusible Structures.
A practical, robust, low computational overhead algorithm to obtain high resolution (HR) images from low resolution (LR), under-sampled digital imaging equipment.
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patented technology to enhance wireless communication network robustness and security, as well as to enable new radar target detection techniques
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patented high sensitivity, small, fiber laser accelerometer vector sensor featuring an innovative lever arm beam design
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize an advanced, yet easy-to-use, device for isolating faults between avionics and other electronic systems
Efficient, fast, robust, highly accurate software tool to model electromagnetic (EM) radiators and EM-target interaction using standard CAD input
The US Navy seeks to commercialize the ANGEL technology which will optimize aircrew performance, prevent problems from occurring, and enhance aircrew/aircraft survivability.
The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize a new class of atmospheric correction algorithms for estimating surface reflectance in remote sensing imagery collected under less than ideal conditions.
The U.S. Air Force seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a microscopy/lithography technology that corrects for a variety of aberrations in lenses and mirrors. This allows for the use of inexpensive, imperfect optics as the objective lens to image objects with sub-micron resolution. This invention has been reduced for 2D but is equally applicable for 3D imaging.
The US Navy seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a method for measuring stress biomarkers such as cortisol in saliva by fluorescence polarization. To complement this method, the Navy is developing a hand-held fluorescence polarimeter (FP) and related rapid tests.
The National Security Agency seeks licensees to commercialize a novel method of determining the physical location of a networked computer user.
The US Naval Air Warfare Center seeks a partner to license and commercialize a medical imaging technology that provides high resolution images at a relatively low cost.