SBIR-STTR Award

(1) Rapidly Procurable sUAS Utilizing Commodity Components
Profile last edited on: 7/14/2021

Program
SBIR
Agency
Navy
Total Award Amount
$199,986
Award Phase
1
Principal Investigator
Amish Desai
Activity Indicator

Company Information

Tanner Research Inc

1851 Huntington Boulevard
Duarte, CA 91010
   (626) 471-9700
   labs-info@tanner.com
   www.tanner.com
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   32
County:   Los Angeles

Phase I

Phase I year
2020
Phase I Amount
$199,986
Accurately delivering small payloads (

Benefit:
Currently today there are no low cost rapidly deployable sUAS that can be quickly delivered at point-of-use to the US government in large volumes. The successful completion of the proposed Phase I and Phase II efforts will result in the development of rapidly manufacturable and deployable sUAS that will solve this issue and, additionally, develop a design and supply chain paradigm that would benefit other autonomous terrestrial robotic platforms.

Keywords:
Low-Cost Manufacturing, Low-Cost Manufacturing, last-mile delivery, adaptable flight controller, UAS, agile supply chain, disaster relief, aerial delivery vehicle

Phase II

Phase II year
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Phase II Amount
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