September 14, 2018
Navy Selects Invocon to develop Wireless Intra-vehicle Sensor Package for Enhanced Reliability (WISPER)
The United States Navy Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) selected Invocon’s Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) proposal to develop a wireless sensing and communication system for use within launch vehicles. The goal of this work is to eliminate cumbersome cabling in vehicles to decrease weight and increase reliability. Under this contract, Invocon will build upon its internally-developed technology as well as work carried out for the DoD, NASA, and other customers.
July 25, 2018
NASA Selects Invocon to Develop System for Automated Detection, Location, and Evaluation of Hypervelocity Impacts to Thermal Protection Systems
NASA Langley Research Center has selected Invocon’s Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) proposal for developing a system to monitor spacecraft thermal protection systems (TPS) for Hyper Velocity Impacts (HVIs) by Micro Meteoroids and Orbital Debris (MMOD). Invocon will use this opportunity to develop algorithms to evaluate the level of damage produced by HVIs. This capability will be added to our ability to autonomously detect and locate impacts to space vehicles. The ultimate goal of this work is to ensure that vehicles are fit to enter the atmosphere of earth or another planet in order to keep astronauts and equipment safe.
May 10, 2018
Invocon Selected by Office of Secretary of Defense to Develop Robust, Miniature IMU
The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) has announced that they will negotiate a Phase I SBIR contract with Invocon to develop a robust Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that provides higher accuracy than traditional MEMS IMUs. The objective is to operate reliably in a 155mm projectile that will experience 50,000g at launch. The new design will also minimize size, weight, and cost.