Author: Jim Ewing

TECH SCOUTING OPPORTUNITIES ​​​​​​High-Pressure System with Flow Rate Control Are you an innovator developing products and technology for undersea, offshore, maritime or Blue Tech?401 Tech Bridge is conducting a Tech Scouting effort in search of a High-Pressure System with Flow Rate Control. The Navy is in need of a low cost means of regulating a fixed volume of gas to vent at a given volumetric...

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2022 9:00–10:30am VIRTUAL EVENT (ZOOM)   This special event is an opportunity to catch up with the participants in our Scale Up! RI program. Facilitated by Polaris MEP Commercialization Consultant, Peter Russo, each company will present their unique market position and give a short update on their business. This is an excellent networking opportunity for participants and partners alike. Our Scale Up!...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11 LOCAL COMPANIES ON TRACK FOR BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION & GROWTH THROUGH COMMERCIALIZATION ACCELERATION PORTSMOUTH, RI – May 2, 2022 – Eleven companies, ranging from start-ups to established manufacturing leaders, have been chosen to participate in the Scale Up! commercialization program. Scale Up! is a business building initiative powered by Rhode Island nonprofits 401 Tech Bridge and Polaris MEP, supported by the U.S. Economic...

CONNECT CREATE COMMERCIALIZE 401 Tech Bridge is the solution for anyone seeking to bridge R&D gaps, develop talent pipelines, or connect with potential customers and funding opportunities.  Greetings! 401 Tech Bridge is your solution to faster commercialization. Through our people, partners, and facilities, we fill the gaps to help innovators get their proven, high-tech products out the door and into customer hands. Collaborating...

Navy SBIR 22.4 - Topic N224-130NAVWAR - Naval Information Warfare Systems CommandOpens: August 11, 2022 - Closes: September 13, 2022 (12:00pm est) N224-131 TITLE: Proliferated Low Earth Orbit (pLEO) Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT)OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Networked C3TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Electronics; SensorsOBJECTIVE: Develop navigation concepts using commercial Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellations as signals of opportunity to provide accurate Global Positioning System (GPS)-independent...

Navy SBIR 22.4 - Topic N224-130NAVWAR - Naval Information Warfare Systems CommandOpens: August 11, 2022 - Closes: September 13, 2022 (12:00pm est) N224-130 TITLE: GPS Interference Direction of Arrival (DoA) Initiative for User Purposes (GIDI-UP)OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Networked C3TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Electronics; SensorsOBJECTIVE: Develop Global Positioning System (GPS) interference direction finding sensor for surface and subsurface vessels to provide situational awareness of jamming and/or...

Navy SBIR 22.4 - Topic N224-129 NAVFAC - Naval Facilities Engineering Center Opens: August 11, 2022 - Closes: September 13, 2022 (12:00pm est) N224-129 TITLE: Geophysics Sensors and AI/ML for Subterranean Shipyard Voids and Piles OUSD (R&E) MODERNIZATION PRIORITY: Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML); Autonomy; Nuclear TECHNOLOGY AREA(S): Information Systems; Materials / Processes; Sensors OBJECTIVE: Develop and demonstrate successful seismic geophysical assessment solution to enable non-destructive subterranean assessment of...

CONNECT, CREATE, COMMERCIALIZE 401 Tech Bridge is the solution for anyone seeking to bridge R&D gaps, develop talent pipelines, or connect with potential customers and funding opportunities. Greetings! As we head into the summer months, the 401 Tech Bridge team continues to be hard at work developing new programming and opportunities for companies through our collaborations with our deep networks across business, government,...

What Is the US Navy Challenge: Ocean Floor Sediment Collection Device? The US Navy seeks designs for an automated, inexpensive, underwater sediment collection device for operation in the epipelagic zone of the ocean to a depth of 200 meters. The device must be capable of operation attached to a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) or by a diver with minimal manual intervention....