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The SBIR program is designed in a three-phased award process. Phase I supports exploration of an idea or technology; phase II develops and evaluates its commercial potential and phase III facilitates product commercialization.
'We have hundreds of research projects underway through the government's SBIR program, but just like in the commercial world, not every great idea makes it to market,' said Dr.
Mide's innovative technology, known as novel piezoelectric sensors, measures changes in pressure, acceleration, strain, or force by converting them to an electrical charge. The sensors deliver a unique capability on tactical equipment not currently available with other sensing techniques.
'This particular technology integration illustrates how
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