San Mateo County, Calif., funds by National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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|NOVAWAVE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.||$599,999||Compact Dual Channel Mid-Ir Laser Spectrometer||National Aeronautics and Space Administration||11/12/2009|
The project Evidential Tool Bus for Flight-Critical Software Systems focuses on model-based assurance of flight-critical systems. For this purpose, we develop a tool integration platform for integrating a range of model-based analysis tools, and we enhan
This spending item is part of a $805,089 allocation. See details
|Ames Research Center||8/06/2010|
Title- Validation and Verification of Safety Critical Integrated Distributed Systems The objective for this program is to create models, methods, tool extensions, and an integration infrastructure that design engineers can easily use for validation and v
This spending item is part of a $1,287,541 allocation. See details
|National Aeronautics and Space Administration||9/08/2010|
|LW MICROSYSTEMS INC||$100,000||The objective of the project is to develop miniature bandpass RF frequency filter for SMAP, Aquarius follow-on, DESDynI, or Advanced L-band SAR and interferometers applications. The work includes: 1. Complete a detailed critical path work plan. 2. Desi||National Aeronautics and Space Administration||1/29/2010|
This research supports NASA Recovery Act work sponsored by the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate and the Aviation Safety Program. The goal of the Verification and Validation of Flight-Critical Systems (VVFCS) project is to deveop verification and
This spending item is part of a $844,062 allocation. See details
|National Aeronautics and Space Administration||7/30/2010|