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Matthew Bryant

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A NOAA-funded startup innovates for social good

A small company with big ideas delivers solutions to non-technical and tech-savvy users As the catastrophic Colorado wildfires of late 2020 burned out of control, a small company based in Fort Collins, Colorado, decided to use the event as a rare opportunity to test a brand-new technology. At the time, Access Sensor Technologies was developing a modernized air quality monitoring station, using early-stage funding they received from the NOAA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program.

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NOAA SBIR helps small business find traction and long-term success

Sometimes success comes with time and perseverance, but an early boost can make all the difference – especially when it comes to a small company’s chances of getting off the ground.

When small business owner Vincent Kelly, founder and director of Green Eyes, LLC, was asked what his company gained from its participation in the NOAA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program, his response hit a key note. “Here I am, some fifteen years later, and the business is standing on its own and doing reasonably well. That would not have happened without our NOAA SBIR funding.”

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Doug Bonham stands on hillside with camera test device

SBIR-funded wildlife camera aim to bridge science, education, and technology

Field Data Technologies of Essex, Montana is helping to bridge science, education, and technology by developing new trail camera technology that allows the detection of wildlife which is too small to trigger commercially available cameras.

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NOAA technology used to research deep-sea volcanic and hydrothermal activity

As part of the ongoing Tonga Eruption Seabed Mapping Project a team of scientists conducted a deep-water survey to better understand impacts of the January 2022 Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcanic eruption on the ocean environment.

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