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NASA and the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Worcester, Mass., are seeking teams to compete in a robot technology demonstration competition with a potential $1.5 million prize.
NASA and Hawaii have agreed to collaborate on a wide range of activities to promote America's human and robotic exploration of space.
NASA is seeking partner organizations to manage the agency's upcoming Night Rover and Nano-Satellite Launcher Centennial Challenges.
Prototype space suit gloves incorporating Flagsuit's award-winning flexible joints will be delivered to NASA for suit-level testing. Southwest Harbor, ME (PRWEB) February 4, 2011 Flagsuit LLC, developer of "articulated inflatables" which include space suit components and hyperbaric suits, was recently awarded a contract to develop improved space suit glove assemblies for NASA.
NASA's pioneering use of prize competitions and innovation challenges is a dramatic departure from government's traditional "business as usual."
NASA has issued a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) to purchase specific data resulting from industry efforts to test and verify vehicle capabilities through demonstrations of small robotic landers.
NASA announced three new Centennial Challenges Tuesday, with an overall prize purse of $5 million.
NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist will host an industry forum July 13-14 to discuss the agency's proposed new space technology investments and announce three new Centennial Challenges prize competitions.
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