Okean Solutions and MONSID mentioned in GeekWire article
Published: June 30, 2020
Last updated: February 8, 2021
Okean Solutions and our MONSID technology were mentioned in a recent article on GeekWire.com. We appreciate having our efforts recognized and the attention for our company.
Here’s an excerpt of the June 30 article by Alan Boyle:
NASA funds small-business ideas ranging from AI medicine to plumbing for the moon
NASA says it’ll fund more than 400 ideas from small businesses, aimed at creating technologies ranging from plumbing fixtures suitable for the moon to AI-based medical assistants that can provide “an extra pair of trained eyes” for crews on Mars.
Six Washington state businesses are among the recipients of Phase I contracts under NASA’s Small Business Innovation Research program, or SBIR. Two more teams, pairing up businesses and universities, will receive Phase I contracts in the Small Business Technology Transfer program, known as STTR.
Okean Solutions, Seattle: Creating a compact software package with robust and reliable fault management capabilities, known as the Model-based Off-Nominal State Identification and Detection, or MONSID. The software could be used to manage the flow of propellant in cryogenic test labs or high-pressure gas facilities, or for space propulsion systems.
Read the full story at Geekwire.com, including all Washington State proposals funded...