IC2 announced today that NASA selected the company for a new Phase 2 contract from the 2018 SBIR program, accelerating R&D into two-dimensional shear-stress sensing. IC2 will continue developing a dual-axis, instrumentation-grade capacitive shear stress sensor for subsonic and transonic measurements.
NASA has awarded IC2 a new Phase I SBIR contract to develop a dual-axis, instrumentation-grade capacitive shear stress sensor for subsonic and transonic measurement. The sensor will enable time-resolved, continuous, direct, two-dimensional measurements of mean and fluctuating wall shear stress.
IC2 has been selected for a Phase 2 NASA SBIR contract to continue development of a Fast Response, Fiber-Optic Micromachined Five-Hole Probe for Three-Dimensional Flow Measurements in Harsh Environments.
DirectShear Sensors are robust, high-bandwidth, high-resolution, silicon-micromachined differential capacitive shear stress sensors for subsonic and transonic applications.
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