DCAA Part 1: Accounting System Requirements and Real Time Labor Evaluation

June 30, 2016 The Small Business Hub had a great turnout for the DCAA Part 2 of 5 series Collider. DCAA Reps presented Proposal Adequacy which is extremely important when submitting a proposal. We got some real good feedback from the participants and everyone who attended felt like the Collider was very beneficial. We are looking forward to Part 3: …

Direct to Phase II Collider

Dr. Alok Das, Senior Scientist at AFRL, joined the Small Business Hub to lead a Collider on Air Force SBIR 16.2 Direct to Phase II topics. The four main topics that were covered are: modern command centers for missile field operations, autonomous robot for unmanned air vehicle operations, commercial space catalog and mitigation of small UAS threats. In a quest to rapidly capitalize on …

Makerspace Collider

Makerspace Collider

This Collider event was a kickoff for the Southwest Ohio Regional Makerspace Alliance.  There is a tremendous surge in interest in makerspaces in this region. We would like to identify all of the organizations with capability to join in an alliance to amplify their reach into the surrounding region.  The Wright Brothers Institute is developing an Innovation Gym to assist …

Cyber Security Collider

Co-sponsored by Small Business Hub and the Ohio Aerospace Hub, this Collider was a rare opportunity to hear from a national cyber security expert Richard Marshall. Drawing on his vast experience as the Associate General Counsel for Information Assurance, NSA, where he was the legal architect for the nation’s first information warfare exercise; his involvement in developing the National Security …

Additive Manufacturing Tech Collider

The Wright Brothers Institute held the kickoff of its Market-Pull Commercialization pilot of the Dayton Metro Plan for Economic Diversity project, funded by DoD’s Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA). The WBI Market-Pull Commercialization Model aims to reduce the risk for technologists and investors, while providing commercial opportunities for the region’s extensive R&D assets and for federal laboratories, particularly AFRL. WBI …

OEA Commercialization Collider

The Wright Brothers Institute held the kickoff of its Market-Pull Commercialization pilot of the Dayton Metro Plan for Economic Diversity project, funded by DoD’s Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA). The WBI Market-Pull Commercialization Model aims to reduce the risk for technologists and investors, while providing commercial opportunities for the region’s extensive R&D assets and for federal laboratories, particularly AFRL. WBI …