Rich Hendel, SBIR Program Manager, Boeing Corporation

Report
Enterprise SBIR Initiative
Winning with Partnerships
And Technology Transfer
Keys to Winning: Big Company Partner
Rich Hendel
SBIR Program Manager
19 Jan 2012
Forum: Texas SBIR/STTR Summit & Conference
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Major Facilities Locations by Region
Enterprise SBIR Initiative
Commercial Aircraft
Military Aircraft
Space Programs
Flight Test
• Commercial Airplanes Headquarters
• Shared Services Group Headquarters
Canada
Commercial Aircraft Parts
Commercial Aircraft Parts
Flight Test
Flight Test & Storage
Commercial Aircraft
Test Programs
Parts
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
United States
Defense Systems
Commercial Aircraft Parts
Electronics
Aircraft Modification
Launch Vehicles
Military Aircraft
Electronics
Space Systems
Delta II
Titan Parts
C-17 Parts
Electronics
Realty Co.
C-17
•Corporate HQ
•Defense, Space, & Security
Aircraft & Helicopter Parts
Aircraft Modification
C-17 Modification
Helicopters
Technical Services
Commercial Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Support
Flight Test
Flight Test
Electronics
Launch
Vehicles
Space Station
Australia
Lasers
Electronics
Aircraft Parts
Missiles
Spacelab
Space Station
Aircraft Modification
Electronics
Hawaii
Defense Systems
Government Affairs Technical Services
Technical Services
Group Headquarters
Military Aircraft
Phantom Works Headquarters
Aircraft Support
Lasers
Helicopters
Commercial
Aircraft Parts
Defense
Systems
C-17 Support & Training
C-17 Parts
Delta Launch Support
Payload Processing
Space Shuttle
Payload Processing
SBIR Mission Statement
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 To identify, evaluate, and prepare for insertion the technology
improvements and/or products developed by small
businesses through the Small Business Innovation Research
(SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)
programs to the benefit of the various military and commercial
programs within the Boeing Company
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Why Boeing Participates
Enterprise SBIR Initiative
• Able to build partnerships with small
businesses in the development of
technology as a part of the SBIR
program
• Assists in meeting DoD small
business program goals over the
long term through participation in
SBIR - “good faith effort”
• Development of potential suppliers
for production programs and other
development programs
• Achieve “win - win” by helping small
businesses be successful
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Identifying Boeing Topics of Interest
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 When SBIR solicitations are released Boeing researchers and
technologists are asked to identify topics of interest
 DoD, NASA, NSF, DHS, DOE
 List of interests are compiled and distributed to small businesses
 Small businesses can then contact Boeing personnel to discuss
interest and potential letter of interest, etc
 Participate in one-on-one discussions at national conferences
 Refer small businesses to appropriate Boeing personnel
 Provide list of companies interviewed to Boeing researchers and
programs
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Boeing Participation
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 Phantom Works and IDS currently working with 26
small businesses on SBIR contracts
 20 Phase II
 2 Phase III
 6 CPP STTP Agreements
 Involved with over 100 companies on over 200
technology projects since FY2003
 Presence at 4 or 5 national or regional SBIR
conferences each year
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Examples of Phase II SBIR Contract
Support in FY2010
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 Tracking Launch Vehicles in Jamming/Interference (NASA)
 Fast Response SME TiNi Foam Torque Tubes (NASA)
 Low Cost, Portable Ultrasound Camera for Rapid Composite Inspection (Navy)
 Ultrasound Camera for Rapid, Simple NDE of Rotor Blade Assemblies (Navy)
 UV-IR Robust, Accurate Earthshine and Skyshine (RAES) (MDA)
 Protecting Polymers from the Natural Space Environment with Films Grown Using
Atomic Layer Deposition (Air Force)
 Hydrophobic Polymers with Adherend Complexing Sidechains as Durable
Aerospace Adhesives (NASA)
 DRG/ARS Single-Axis Sensor (DASS) (MDA)
 Precision Aerial Delivery of Sonobuoys (PADS) or Low Cost, Precision Aerial
Dropsonde Delivery Vehicle (Navy)
 Diagnostics and Health Management for Electrical Power Systems (Navy)
 Incorporation of Analysis Enhancements of a p-Element Analysis Code Required
for Implementing the Strain Invariant Failure Theory (Navy)
 Development of Cad Plating Replacement with Zinc Nickel on High Strength Steel
Components (Air Force)
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Examples of Phase II SBIR Contract
Support in FY2011
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 Lightweight Metallics for Cargo Helicopter Main Rotor Shaft Applications (Army)
 RF Sensor Performance in Electrically Large, Complex Environments (Navy)
 Multi Objective Superposition Coding for Reliable Networks (Air Force)
 Corrosion and Fatigue Degradation Analysis and Forecasting System (Air Force)
 Dramatic Improvement In The Quantum Efficiency Of Large-Format Longwave
Infrared Focal Plane Arrays for THAAD Sensor Upgrade (MDA)
 GENerative Waveform Agnostic Gateway (GENWAG) architecture (Navy)
 NOFBX Single-Stage-to-Orbit Mars Ascent Vehicle Engine (NASA)
 Fast-Impulse Solid Fuel Miniature Thruster (Army)
 Countermeasures to Covert Access Methods to Reduce Attack Susceptibility and
Ensure Trust (OSD)
 Composite Aerogel Cryogenic Insulation Foams for Liquid Hydrogen Propellant
Tanks (NASA)
 Smart Sensor Hub for Corrosion Monitoring (Navy)
 Electron-Beam Additive Manufacturing Process Control for Titanium Alloys (Air
Force)
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Tips and Strategies
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 Know the company that you are going to market to, know
what they do
 So - that you can sell your company and what you do!
 Determine who to contact – Small Business Office,
Purchasing/Contracts, Engineering, etc
 At what level – corporate, business unit, program, site
 Be Persistent, Follow up
 Obtain letters of interest, quotes when appropriate
 Agree upon Non Disclosure Agreement early in process
 Customer, Prime Contractor, Company partnership
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Summary
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
 The government’s SBIR program continues to grow in
importance each fiscal year
 IR&D can be enhanced for both small business and
Boeing through SBIR partnerships
 A “long term” project with large payback potential
 Boeing is an active participant in the program and
continues to search for technology and develop
partnerships through the SBIR program and venues
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Additional Information
Enterprise SBIR Program Initiative
Contact:
Rich Hendel
SBIR Initiative Project Manager
Phone (314)-232-8454
Email: [email protected]
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