Aerospace offers diverse technologies for licensing and technology transfer. For qualified commercial companies, Aerospace may offer royalty-bearing exclusive or nonexclusive licenses, options, and low-fee evaluation licenses. Non-profits, FFRDCs, universities, government contractors working under federal contracts, and government agencies may qualify for royalty-free licenses.
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- Reservation of government rights, if any
- Reservation of rights for Aerospace's research and development mission
- Preference for U.S. manufacturing
- Preference for non-exclusive rights
- Requirement for a business case for exclusive rights
- Periodic utilization reporting
- Export control
- Conflicts of Interest mitigation
Our office is your doorway to technology transfer through Non-Disclosure Agreements, software releases and End-User Licenses, export control, and patent, know-how and copyright licensing.
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NIRAC Camera Captures Atmospheric Glow
The Earth’s atmosphere is never completely dark. Even at night, the atmosphere gives off light because of chemical reactions that are taking place. This phenomenon, known as airglow, has inspired an Aerospace team to develop a camera to capture airglow effects and its stunning imagery.
Cryptography Using Quantum Physics
Aerospace is working to harness the peculiar features of quantum physics to establish secure optical links to orbiting spacecraft.
A New Tool To Fight GPS Jammers
GPS jamming can drastically impact military and civilian life. A team from Aerospace’s Communication System Implementation Subdivision built a tool to counter jam the jammers.