The TRDA Technology Portal showcases companies and technologies that have been accepted into the CleanTech Ventures initiative and TRDA Commercialization Assistance Program. Investors, technology companies, system integrators, and government agencies can search for advanced technologies and technical expertise here.
Technologies range from software solutions, such as High-performance linear algebra libraries, to advanced communication, medical, and energy devices, such as RNA lab-on-a-chip.
The wide range of technical expertise offered by these companies represent some of the best talent in the country, as judged by the competitive grant process.
These companies offer a wide range of capabilities, including technology R&D, product development, engineering services, rapid prototyping, low-volume manufacturing, and high-volume manufacturing.
Technology: AGILE (Advanced Global Interactive Learning Environment) is a unified, user-friendly interface software enabling trainees to easily learn at their own pace, test their understanding, and advanced their knowledge. AGILE is a multi-user environment where developers may create, store, reuse, manage, and deliver digital learning content from a central object repository.
Technology: Technologies address unmet needs in a broad range of applications including: Food Safety, Industrial Cooling, Oil and Gas mining, Health Care Acquired Infections, Oral Care, Consumer Hard Surface Disinfecting, Chronic Wound Care, and more.
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Technology: A multiplexed electrospray technology for fine chemical powders and coatings, especially used in the battery industry as well as LEDs, solar cells, medical devices, or pharmaceuticals.
Technology: A heavy mass, large diameter rotor that spins along the horizontal axis and a robust and reliable hydrodynamic bearing apparatus that can bear the weight and the velocity required for mw power storage.
Technology: A proprietary buried vibration sensor with a sophisticated suite of trade secret detection and classification algorithms that is not hindered by weather, darkness, topography, vegetation, or infrastructure. These system can be used for security for energy distribution facilities, such as electrical substations.
Technology: A low power Remote System Monitor technology that alerts network operations managers of power issues before a system outage occurs, preventing system downtime and costly emergency truck rolls. Additionally, the status verification technology allows non–technical personnel to install, test, and verify that our systems are installed and working properly eliminating the need for an on-site electrician or engineer.
Technology: A unique proprietary technology that enables HTS based Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES). The technology that has the ability to improve HTS SMES energy and power density electrical energy storage capacity by 3-5X.
Technology: WaterOptimizer® is an irrigation controller for both residential and commercial end users (new and retrofit market) and is very cost effective, proven monitoring system that significantly reduces irrigation water consumption by monitoring ground moisture levels and irrigating only when needed.
Technology: "Photoelectronix™" a patented photo-electrochemical air disinfection technology (Photoelectronix™) that completely destroys pollutants in air. The core disinfection technology consists of a low energy ultraviolet light source shining on a specially designed filter surface.
Technology: The ULTRASENSE™ product line provides customized gas-sensing solutions that integrate proprietary sensor instrumentation, housing, circuit boards, and software. ULTRASENSE™ provides a new level of intelligence for complete combustion optimization and pollutant reduction.
Technology: An open-source, building automation control hardware and software platforms, which enable seamless integration of EIQ's IP-based, manufacturer-specific applications. They system monitor, control and optimize building systems such as HVAC, lighting, emergency power, security and water on a single centralized web based platform.
Technology: "Ethanol 2.0™" is based on a distributed network of modular on-farm production facilities, optimized for "sweet sorghum" feedstock, which will substantially reduce both the operating costs and the capital required to produce commercial grade transportation fuel.
Technology: The GridGlo Fusion Exchange (GFX), a cloud-based platform, offers insights into energy consumers by correlating granular smart meter data with behavioral end-user data. GFX allows Utilities to deploy services for improving forecasting, segmentation/targeting, demand side management, and financial risk.
Technology: The "Improved Hard Process" (IHP), a patented kiln-based thermal process for converting low grade/contaminated phosphate rock into 68%-70% high-purity phosphoric acid.
Technology: The mobile Flash Pyrolysis and Upgrading (FPU) reactor, a patented thermal process that subjects plant matter to intense heat converting waste into fuel. FPU reactor can be transported by rail, barge, or truck to the source of the waste feedstock. Capable of converting 10 tons per day (tpd) of waste, each FPU reactor can produce 1,300 gallons of bio-oil and 1.5 tons of bio-char (a soil fertilizer or coal substitute) in a single day.
Technology: A low cost, highest efficiency solution for thin film ("CIGS") photovoltaic cell production. It is a blend of the science of photovoltaics, with proven, high speed, low cost patented/proprietary deposition technologies to provide a platform for solar module manufacturers along with the tools to scale their technology with off-the-shelf equipment pricing.
Technology: A Solar Electric Generation Systems (SEGS) technology that is modular, portable and fixed solar electricity generating systems using concentrated solar power technology. This heat transfer technology which enables the use of low temperature power generation along with the use of thermal storage to provide hours of operation past daylight for these solar powered systems.
Technology: A marine hybrid propulsion system including integrated automation systems, and customize system boat design. The proprietary technology combines serial and parallel hybrid components (electric motors, generators and batteries) systems in a single configuration.
Technology: A monitoring and communications technology that can easily and economically be embedded into every electric usage point in a building. The technology monitors and reports consumption in real time to provide tenant segregated billing reports and a browser based consumption display available to each tenant.
Technology: Proprietary Power Factor Correction (PFC) Units for Single Phase and Low Voltage 3 Phase for use in residential, government buildings/housing, industrial /commercial buildings. The Advanced Metering and Power Factor Correction solutions minimize energy losses, increase efficiency, analyze electrical energy usage, extend the life of motors, and reduce electrical costs 2-12%.
Technology: A patent pending electro-optical polymer crystal formulation and coating and segmentation manufacturing processes that reduce the number of PVB (Polyvinyl butyral) interlayers and avoid multiple processes for coating. This variable tint flat glass formulation and manufacturing process significantly reduces cost and provides a lower carbon footprint.
Technology: Producing enhanced feedstocks and advanced biofuels, capture liquid and beverage waste and recycle packaging and container material.
SBIR Technology: "LAPACKrc: High Performance Linear Algebra Software" - A computational engine (math kernel, application library and FPGA hardware) for accelerating linear-algebra computations by adaptively adjusting parallel computing architectures to application-specific engineering problems.
SBIR Technology: "Electromagnetic Launching for Affordable Agile Access to Space" - Projectile launch technology, which generates propulsion energy and extreme projectile stability through uninterrupted, unconventionally long continuously wound magnet. The magnet consists of Double-Helix coils, eliminating the need for complicated control circuitry.
SBIR Technology: "Cruise Efficient, ESTOL-capable Transport Aircraft (CEETA) concept" -
a. An airflow control system, utilizing piezo actuators to affect lift characteristics of wings, enabling airframes to use very short runways while not impacting normal flight efficiency.
b. An aircraft design system sequencing conventional computer aided design (CAD)and simulation software with multi-physics software evaluation of subscale fabricated aircraft model.
SBIR Technology: "Expandable Ad Hoc Networked Data Link" - Combination software and circuit board for high-speed digital data collection and transmission, miniaturized for wireless video compression application on unmanned surveillance vehicles.
SBIR Technology: "Multifunctional Diamond Sensor for Cognitive Missiles" - Diamond sensors for harsh environments (e.g. radiation and temperature), fabricated on silicon-based integrated circuits for integration with existing electrical systems.
6) APECOR (Orlando, FL) - An R&D company specializing in advanced power electronics especially high power density, high efficiency, and digital control.
SBIR Technology: "Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter" - High power-density bidirectional DC/DC converter for hybrid/electric vehicles, converting voltage from vehicle storage battery to higher bus voltage for electric motor operation.
SBIR Technology: "Fully Automated Cargo Handling System" - Automated, guided vehicle system capable of traveling horizontally and vertically in order to load, retrieve and transfer pallet-sized (or larger) loads in vertical storage cubicles.
SBIR Technology: "Novel Micro-fluidic Device for Extraction of RNA from Cell Cultures" - An automated microfluidic lab on a chip, for both reagent and electric cell lysis followed by RNA capture and elution in a gravity-independent microfluidic extraction chamber, supporting both biological research and medical diagnostic studies.
SBIR Technology: "Quantitative Model of Human Dynamic Attention and Perception" - Software library for nonlinear signal processing of acoustic signals. Designed for modeling human perception and attention with application at human-machine interface.
SBIR Technology: "Tactile Situational Awareness System" - Vibrotactile display imbedded in flight garment to convey flight information and improve spatial awareness/orientation to a pilot via the sense of body-touch.
SBIR Technology: "Development of a Small Multi-Fuel Capable APU for Abrahams, Bradley and Stryker Vehicles" - Integration of starter-alternator into a lightweight diesel engine generator.
SBIR Technology: "Low Phase Noise Signal Generation" - Oscillator using new resonator design with drastically reduced vibration sensitivity. Under vibration new oscillator will improve electronic frequency control, including target detection in radar applications.
SBIR Technology: "Super-Sensitive Explosives Detector" - Portable, ultra-sensitive instrument for rapid, physical detection of all types of trace molecules and nanoparticles without use of chemical reagents.
SBIR Technology: "High Definition 3D video from single camera" -A single camera measures the spatial phase of electromagnetic energy reflected off object surfaces and generates 3D visual scenes using sophisticated modeling software.
RINI Technologies, Inc. (SBIR Technology: "Highly Efficient and Compact Microclimate Cooling system for Encapsulated Personal Protection Ensemble" - Personal Cooling System for soldiers provides heat stress relief when using body armor or chem/bio suits. The "water bottle" sized cooling system is a self-contained, man-mounted unit weighing 4-lbs. The system is powered by a standard military battery.
SBIR Technology: "Policy Definition and Enforcement for Virtual Enterprises" - Software to define and enforce information management policy across the Service Oriented Architecture being developed by the DoD.
SBIR Technology: "ACT1: Advanced Channelizer Array Technology" - Dynamically reconfigurable multichannel digital radio that extracts multiple, variable-bandwidth signals from multiple inputs simultaneously, modulates the signals, and generates multiple outputs.
SBIR Technology: "Targeted Therapy for Neoplastic Diseases" - Targeted drug delivery platform composed of a polysaccharide with attached drug molecule, either an RNA interference plasmid or a peptide.
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