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SBIR AWARDS

For over 35 years, SDI has designed and manufactured industrial-grade surface mount accelerometers for military, inertial, defense, industrial, and R&D applications.  SDI began with an SBIR award in the mid-1980s for a Star Wars program radiation-hardened accelerometer and went on to develop the industrial-grade MEMS DC accelerometers  preferred by most defense programs.  

Award Title
Agency
Branch
Phase
Program
Agency Tracking Number
Contract
Award Year
Award Amount
Miniature Initiation System Technology (MIST)
Department of Defense
Air Force
Phase II
SBIR
021MN-2361
F08630-03-C-0028
2003
$632,182.00
Miniature Initiation System Technology (MIST)
Department of Defense
Air Force
Phase I
SBIR
021MN-2361
F08630-02-C-0051
2002
$99,882.00
N/A
Department of Energy
Phase I
SBIR
55497-99-II
DE-FG03-99ER82885
2000
$0.00
N/A
Department of Energy
Phase II
SBIR
55497-99-II
DE-FG03-99ER82885
2000
$749,224.00
MEMS Inertial Sensors Using High Aspect Ratio Metal Glass Structures
Department of Defense
Air Force
Phase I
STTR
43930
1999
$99,585.00
A High Temperature MEMS Inclination Sensor for Geothermal Dirlling
Department of Energy
Phase I
SBIR
44373
1999
$100,000.00
A Micromachined Hard Target Penetration Accelerometer Using a Metal-Glass Alloy
Department of Defense
Air Force
Phase II
SBIR
36448
1998
$564,456.00
A Micromachined Hard Target Penetration Accelerometer Using a Metal-Glass Alloy
Department of Defense
Air Force
Phase I
SBIR
36448
1997
$25,000.00
Smart, Tri-Axial-Acceleration, Data Acquisition and Storage System
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Phase II
SBIR
22870
1995
$591,920.00
Smart, Tri-Axial-Acceleration, Data Acquisition and Storage System
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Phase I
SBIR
22870
1994
$66,642.00
AN ADAPTIVE CONTACT FUZE
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase II
SBIR
15541
1993
$566,181.00
AN IMPROVED FUSIBLE LINK FOR FASCAM MINES
Department of Defense
Army
Phase II
SBIR
12949
1992
$303,150.00
AN ADAPTIVE CONTACT FUZE
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
15541
1991
$56,674.00
AN ELECTRONIC RETARD SENSOR FOR BOMB FUZES
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
12950
1990
$49,947.00
AN IMPROVED FUSIBLE LINK FOR FASCAM MINES
Department of Defense
Army
Phase I
SBIR
12949
1990
$49,973.00
A LOW ENERGY FLYING PLATE DETONATOR
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase II
SBIR
9098
1989
$250,000.00
A RELIABLE SOLID-STATE MAGNETIC SENSOR
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
10167
1989
$49,902.00
A LOW ENERGY FLYING PLATE DETONATOR
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
9098
1988
$49,655.00
MINIATURE, RADIATION HARD ACCELEROMETER FOR KINETIC ENERGY VEHICLE
Department of Defense
Missile Defense Agency
Phase II
SBIR
4378
1987
$275,000.00
AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT FOR AIR FLIGHT SENSOR SIGNAL PROCESSING
Department of Defense
Army
Phase I
SBIR
6416
1987
$49,512.00
A LOW-COST MINIATURE VOID SENSOR
Department of Defense
Army
Phase I
SBIR
6417
1987
$49,522.00
MINIATURE, RADIATION HARD ACCELEROMETER FOR KINETIC ENERGY VEHICLE
Department of Defense
Missile Defense Agency
Phase I
SBIR
4378
1986
$93,675.00
DEVELOPMENT OF A SAFE SEPARATION SENSOR ACCELEROMETER
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase II
SBIR
1149
1985
$44,085.00
DIGITAL SAFE & ARM DEVICE FOR GUIDED MISSILE
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase II
SBIR
153
1985
$486,796.00
DEVELOPMENT OF A SAFE SEPARATION SENSOR ACCELEROMETER
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
1149
1984
$48,949.00
DIGITAL SAFE & ARM DEVICE FOR GUIDED MISSILE
Department of Defense
Navy
Phase I
SBIR
153
1983
$47,245.00

 

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