Military Embedded Systems

NASA awards two SBIR grants to Vorago Technologies for research into rad-hard technology


August 02, 2018

Lisa Daigle

Assistant Managing Editor

Military Embedded Systems

AUSTIN, Texas. Vorago Technologies -- a maker of extreme-temperature and radiation-hardened embedded electronics -- has won two NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grants.

For the first project, Vorago will create a rad-hard I/O expansion chip for use in next-generation spaceflight processor devices, including the high-performance spaceflight computing (HPSC) chiplet; the company is also tasked with hardening an existing proven commercial flash memory technology that is sourced from a U.S.-based trusted CMOS wafer fab.

Vorago is also currently engaged in a SBIR Phase II project with NASA as it aims to design a miniaturized system-in-package (SIP) which is optimized for size, weight, power consumption, and radiation hardness.




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