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Agri-Tech Producers LLC
ATP’s CRBBP Process
We can fight climate change on Earth and help grow food on Mars. Agri-Tech Producers LLC’s patented Combined Remediation Biomass and Bio-Product Production (CRBBP) process provides a cost-effective method of growing bio-crops. Through a multitasking feature, the process can use produced biomass to capture carbon dioxide; produce oxygen; or clean air, soil and water. The resulting biomass can be converted into environmentally beneficial bio-products and sugars.
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Xplore-PATHO Microbial Identification Technology
Existing pathogen testing is inadequate–up to 80% of infections go undiagnosed costing the U.S. economy billions each year. Traditional tests require one to know what they are looking for, but Aperiomics’ approach identifies every known microorganism–even if you don’t know what you are looking to find. The technology has broad application across diverse markets. Xplore-PATHOTM is transformative and is changing pathogen identification forever.
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Healium is a drugless solution for stress management that significantly reduces moderate anxiety and increases feelings of positivity in as little as four minutes. The virtual and augmented reality software harnesses user’s brainwaves and heart rate through wearables to control their environments. Healium is ideal for areas of confined stress where a walk in the park is not possible. A product of StoryUP, it’s the world’s first VR and AR channel controlled by a brain-computer interface.
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Nanolog Audio Inc.
Nanolog Audio Inc. is expanding the horizon of electronics for space and Earth with their robust platform for quantum tunneling electronic devices. Their technology integrates organic molecules directly as circuit elements. Their devices are distinct from conventional organic or semiconductor electronic devices and operating at nanoscale enables the principles of quantum physics to dictate their electronic properties.
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NASA has an immediate need for nonpharmaceutical countermeasures to reduce space motion sickness. Otolith Labs has developed a breakthrough wearable biotechnology to solve a wide number of vestibular-related problems both in space and on Earth. Clinically validated to reduce motion sickness universally, the technology is being integrated into pilot trainee helmets as part of an Air Force Phase II SBIR project. It is on track to be the first medical device approved by the FDA for the mitigation of vertigo.
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Gigabot 3D Printer
re:3D Inc. is decimating the cost and scale barriers to industrial 3D printing with its flagship technology, Gigabot®. This affordable, human-scale industrial 3D printer is distinguished by a modular frame and a commitment to owners that all improvements and redesigns will be offered as retrofit kits. re:3D is now enabling 3D printing directly from reclaimed plastic filament or pellets, expanding the possibility to print anywhere on demand.
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High-speed 6DOF Indoor Optical Tracking and Navigation
Sixdof Space presents an optical tracking approach with long-awaited breakthroughs in speed/latency, accuracy and power. The patent-pending technology leverages existing room lights and/or infrared lighting to serve as location beacons. Embedded in any manufacturer’s existing hardware, the technology independently reports accurate positions to any host system with blistering speed. Sixdof Space combines optics, electronics and algorithms in a single package for use in a variety of products in multiple industries.
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Smardii Smart Diaper
Smardii is becoming a disruptive force within the adult and elder care market with its sensor-based wearable solution. It transforms any adult protection into a smart diaper that continuously monitors and identifies health conditions. Smardii detects urine and stool; checks body temperature and body positioning; and runs real-time urinalysis for caregiver’s review. This technology improves health and the dignity of care and could monitor astronaut’s health wherever they are in the universe.
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SWR Technology Inc.
Smart Wireless Power
SWR Technology Inc. offers technical merits not available in existing wireless charging products. This smart wireless power solution’s dynamic load handling capability enables battery-free operation, as well as low profile implementation. Its high efficiency and through-barrier capability provides the perfect combination for any weatherproofing application. With integrated data and cloud management, the technology enables scalable deployment of AIoT devices.
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TLG Inc. presents groundbreaking technology that is the next evolution of touchscreens. The first application of this SenseScreen technology is an experience-based gaming console called Gameboard-1. Moreover, the core SenseScreen technology has the potential to advance ground and flight-based astronaut training, control interfaces, and much more in partnership with NASA.
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Dennis Andrucyk | Acting Center Director | NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
Dennis Andrucyk is currently the Acting Center Director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center following the retirement of George Morrow. Previously he was Deputy Associate Administrator of the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) at NASA Headquarters.
Prior to his role at SMD, Andrucyk served as acting Chief Technologist and Deputy Associate Administrator for the Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD). Prior to that he served in a number of capacities at Goddard, primarily in the engineering organization, and was Director of Engineering from 2010-2015.
Before his NASA career began in 1988, he worked at DOD as both a contractor and a civil servant, as well as at the National Security Agency, the Naval Research Laboratory, Westinghouse Electric, General Electric, and Northrop Grumman.
Andrucyk has a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland and is the recipient of a number of NASA awards including Senior Executive Service Meritorious Presidential Rank Award (twice), NASA Medal for Outstanding Leadership, NASA Exceptional Service Award, Goddard Outstanding Leadership Honor Award, and Goddard Exceptional Achievement Award in Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity.
NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate
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