DEFENSE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
CHALLENGE

DUE AUGUST 14TH


DEFENSE INNOVATION CHALLENGES

NSTXL is pleased to host the 2015 Defense Innovation Challenges, delivering transformational technologies to our National Defense.

Defense and coroporate developers

Submit your technology for review by
industry and military leadership. Top
ranked Innovations will be offered an
opportunity to showcase your technology
to defense and corporate developers:
December 1-3, 2015 in Austin TX.

IN COLLABORATION WITH:

DoDIACs and NSTXL
  • US ARMY
  • US NAVY
  • US AIR FORCE
  • DEPT OF DEFENSE
  • US MARINES
  • US PACOM
 

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY:

Announcing a $100M Rapid Prototype Funding Authority seeking technologies aligned with DOD resilience needs. Through this Challenge Program, NSTXL will prospect and accelerate solutions in alignment with National Defense technology priorities.

 

SHOWCASE PACKAGE:

  • One (1) Full Registration Waiver
  • One (1) Showcase Space
  • Inclusion in DOD Innovation Networking System
  • Inclusion in NSTXL Innovation Report to DOD
  • NSTXL 6-month Membership for companies under $5M in revenue ($1000 discount applied to NSTXL Membership for all other organizations)

Submission is Free. Display fee is $1250 if selected to showcase.


 

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Grid Solutions
  • Power Generation
  • Energy Storage
  • Transportation
  • Buildings & Bases
  • Efficiency Solutions
  • Soldier Technologies
  • Waste & Water
  • Energy Security

DUE AUGUST 14

 

PROGRAM OFFICES & COMPONENTS


DOD
DoD
ARMY
Army
NAVY
Navy
AIRFORCE
Air Force
SOCOM
SOCOM
DHS
DHS
CBD
CBD
DTRA
DTRA
DLA
DLA
RE
ASD(R&E)

  • DOD, Office of the Deputy Under Sec. of Defense, Energy, Installations & Environment
  • ARMY, Office of the Asst. Sec. of the Army, Installations,
    Energy & Environment
  • ARMY, Office of Energy Initiatives,Energy Initiatives Task Force
  • ARMY Corps of Engineers, NetZero Capital Investment
  • NAVY, Office of the Asst. Sec. of the Navy, Energy,
    Installations & Environment
  • NAVY, NAVSEA 05T2 – Energy Division
  • AIR FORCE, Office of the Asst. Sec., Installations,
    Environment & Energy
  • DOD, Chief Information Office (invited)
  • FEMA, Chief Information Office (invited)
  • DHS, Chief Information Office (invited)
  • ARMY, Maneuver Center of Excellence, Ft. Benning
  • ARMY, JSOU Institutional Integration
  • US NAVY, ONR Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance
  • ARMY, The Army Cyber Institute at West Point (invited)
  • SOCOM, Office of the Undersecretary for Science & Technology
  • US PACOM, Joint Innovation & Experimentation Division
    ARMY, SBIR Program
  • NAVY, Office of Naval Research, SBIR/STTR Program
  • ARMY, Strategic Operations Command (USSOCOM),
    SBIR Program
  • AIR FORCE, SBIR/STTR Program
  • DOD, DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY, SBIR Program
  • DOD, MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY, SBIR/STTR Program
  • DOD, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE,SBIR Program
  • DOD, DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY, SBIR Program
  • DEPT. OF HOMELAND SECURITY, SBIR Program
 

2014 CHALLENGE FINALISTS INCLUDED: