Could NASA hold the answer to a technical or business challenge you’re facing?
Perhaps it could be the basis for a new commercial product or help you improve an existing process? Perhaps a NASA technology could give you that needed edge over your competitors.
Mark your calendar for June 15th, 10 a.m.
NASA technologies don’t all just blast off into space. Companies here on Earth can use them to solve practical and terrestrial challenges. Whether it’s a precision sensor, an advanced composite, or a medical device, NASA is dedicated to getting these space technologies into the hands of US industry. NASA has a disciplined culture of testing, retesting, and proving its technologies before trusting them in mission-critical applications. That puts NASA at the bleeding edge of engineering, design, and innovation.
Let’s explore how licensing or co-developing a NASA innovation could benefit you and your company. Come along with technology transfer representatives from all ten NASA field centers on Wednesday, June 15 at 10 a.m. at OSU’s LaSells Stewart Center located at 875 SW 26th St, Corvallis, OR 97333. With offerings that cover project management, design, data handling, and image processing, as well as solutions for aeronautics, structural analysis, and robotics, we currently have more than 1,300 patents available for licensing and 1,000 free software programs — the real design and project management tools NASA engineers build to conduct their work.
Come talk with us, ask us questions, and network.
Please RSVP to: Ann Harkey at email@example.com or (256) 924-4117