IC2 goes to great lengths to maximize performance of our sensors, which often translates into years of intense R&D to mature a technology until it's ready to go. The products we manufacture are of great value to multiple government agencies (e.g. NASA, DOD) and are typically developed and matured under research grants and contracts via the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs from the US Government. Through these programs, IC2 has been developing advanced technologies from the concept stage through advanced prototypes, then transitioning these technologies into commercial products.
These programs typically are executed in a 3 phase approach. Phase 1 (P1) being a proof of concept, Phase 2 (P2) prototype delivery, and Phase 3 (P3) commercialization of the researched product.
Click on a year below to expand details of that years' SBIR/STTR contract awards.
SBIR P1 - NASA - Ultra-Low Profile, Flat-Packaged Microphones for In-Flight Aeroacoustic Measurements
SBIR P1 - NASA - Field Deployable Wireless Data Acquisition System for Ground-Test Arrays
SBIR P2 - NASA - Capacitive Vector Skin Friction Measurement Systems for Complex Flow Fields
SBIR P1 - NASA Capacitive Vector Skin Friction Measurement Systems for Complex Flow Fields
SBIR P2 - NASA - Fast Response, Fiber‐Optic Micromachined Five‐Hole Probe for Three‐Dimensional Flow Measurements in Harsh Environments
SBIR P2 - NASA - High Channel Count, High Density Microphone Arrays for Wind Tunnel Environments