Technology & Licensing Opportunities

The following technologies are available for both non-exclusive and exclusive licenses.  Companies that are interested in licensing a NOAA product may contact the NOAA Technology Partnerships Office via our office email at NOAA.t2@noaa.gov. Please make sure to reference the specific technology in which you are interested in the text of your email.  Interested companies will be asked to complete a licensing questionnaire which will detail their suitability as a licensing partner and the specific marketing strategy for the technology.  Please note that requests for exclusive licenses will require license initiation fees and will require a public comment period of at least 30 days prior to implementation.  
NOAA’s Newest Vessel to Call San Diego Home
Wednesday, June 4, 2014

NOAA’s Newest Vessel to Call San Diego Home

On Friday May 2, 2014, the newest and most technologically sophisticated vessel in the NOAA Fleet was commissioned at the Port of San Diego, which has the honor of calling itself home to the Reuben Lasker.


NOAA Signs CRADA with Liquid Robotics
Monday, May 12, 2014

NOAA Signs CRADA with Liquid Robotics

NOAA and Liquid Robotics sign research & development CRADA to advance oceanographic and atmospheric forecasting.
NOAA's TPO Builds Strategic Ties in April
Monday, May 5, 2014

NOAA's TPO Builds Strategic Ties in April

April was a busy month for the NOAA Technology Partnerships Office, with a series of multi-day meetings focusing on expanding partnerships and increasing technology transfer from its labs.  

Interactive Map Combines NOAA Data with Climate Impact Reports
Monday, April 21, 2014

Interactive Map Combines NOAA Data with Climate Impact Reports

Climate Commons is an interactive map-based platform that contains layers of news and information on climate change in the United States.The map combines recent data on climate change indicators and emissions with geo-tagged stories on climate change.

Serving Up Climate Data in Usable Formats
Monday, April 21, 2014

Serving Up Climate Data in Usable Formats

A group of NOAA collaborators recently announced the availability of OpenClimateGIS, an open-source tool which aids users in accessing and interpreting complex climate data. OpenClimateGIS serves users who are already familiar with GIS systems, enabling them to access data for specific regions and sectors and providing access to recent data such as outputs from climate models.

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