The Army Contracting Command-Detroit Arsenal, in conjunction with Product Manager (PdM), Appliqué and Large Unmanned Ground Systems (ALUGS) are issuing this Market Questionnaire for the UGS Autonomy Modular Mission Payload (MMP) (Autonomy MMP) for use by the U.S. Army. Responses are due by 3:00pm ET on 8-APR-2020.
In an effort to raise awareness to NAMC member capabilities within the consortium, we've launched the membership spotlight, showcasing an organization from the capability areas identified via the GVS OTA. Our goal is that these spotlights will allow our members to find opportunity within the consortium to partner with the 420+ members on projects competed through NAMC.
NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) announces a funding opportunity for public-private partnerships to achieve NASA’s goals of expanding capabilities and opportunities in space. Through the solicitation titled "Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships to Advance Tipping Point Technologies,” released on January 29, NASA seeks to enable industry to develop and qualify selected technologies for market.
The U.S. Army would like to invite interested companies to participate in the Innovation Combine at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Futures Conference, being tentatively held 23-25 June 2020 in Austin, TX. The Innovation Combine, scheduled to take place on 24 June 2020, will provide a forum to collaborate with the Army, earn prize money, and provide potential funding opportunities to tackle Army challenges with scalable power and energy solutions and novel materials for weight reduction and survivability. Prize money will be awarded to selected projects through the Army xTech Vector program and funding opportunities will be available through the Ground Vehicle Systems Other Transaction Agreement.
This Request for Information (RFI), entitled “RFI for Lunar Surface Science Mobility System (LSSMS-1)”, seeks information from U. S. private sector commercial organizations and organizations which may become, or spin-off, commercial organizations on concepts and rough order of magnitude (ROM) costs for robotic, uncrewed lunar surface science mobility systems to transport and operate scientific/exploration instruments and technology demonstration payloads on future NASA missions.
This request is the first opportunity in that process. Army leadership supports significant industry participation in defining the revised OMFV approach. Future opportunities will include industry days, one-on-one sessions and sharing draft documents for industry comment, etc.