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  1. A national collaboration of academia, industry, and government devoted to the discovery and rapid commercialization of new technologies to solve critical national defense and homeland security problems Center For Commercialization Of Advanced Technology

  2. Agenda • CCAT Overview Chuck Mirabile • CCAT Process Barry Janov • CCAT Technology Spin-out Stephen Lieberman • CCAT Technology Spin-in Doug Evans • CCAT Program Collaborations Chuck Mirabile • Questions and Answers Panel

  3. CCAT Program Overview Chuck Mirabile 

  4. What Is CCAT • A collaborative partnership of academic, industry, and government organizations funded by Congressional appropriations through the Office of Naval Research to……. • Discover and accelerate the commercialization of new technologies that……. • Provide innovative solutions for military and homeland security requirements for……. • A secure and safer America

  5. Our Funding History • CCAT first funded in 2000 by DARPA to conduct a proof of concept pilot demonstration with technologies designated by DARPA • First Congressional funding of $5.2M awarded in FY2001 established CCAT San Diego and funded the first two years of program activity. • FY02 funding of $4.4M supported the expansion of the program into CSUSB and continuation of the program through December 2003. • FY03 funding of $6.0M and FY04 funding of $7.3M have been awarded to the CCAT program with FY05 funding of $5.7M pending. • CCAT has a request for FY06 funding. Note: The above amounts are net of funds retained by DOD, ONR and SSC SD Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  6. Why CCAT • Government spends billions on developing new technologies that never make it to the marketplace – either government or commercial • Merely funding new technology development is not enough; e.g. SBIR Phase I and II have limited success and do not fund commercialization • There is no government initiative or program that bridges the gap between technology development and commercialization • Events like 9/11, the War on Terrorism, and military operations in forward areas such as Afghanistan and Iraq demand technology solutions NOW! • The missing link has been to tie government expenditures for technology development to a process that reduces risk and facilitates the rapid transfer of advances into the marketplace Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  7. Who We Are • CSUSB Office of Technology Transfer • Program Admin & Contract Management • Government Relations & Sponsorship • Market Studies & Business Plans • Demonstrations • University Technologies & R&D Support • Mentoring & Funding Opportunities • Entrepreneur & Business Development • Angel/Venture Capital • Technical Expertise • Technology Transition Services • SDSU Foundation • Program Management & Funds Administration • Government Relations & Sponsorship • SDSU Entrepreneurial Management Center • Market Studies & Business Plans • Entrepreneur & Business Development • Angel/Venture Capital Networking • Lockheed Martin ORINCON Technologies, Inc. • Product development • Practical business experience • Technical expertise • Entrepreneurial experience • UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering • University Technologies & R&D Support • Technical Expertise • UCSD CONNECT • Business Development & Mentoring • Angel/Venture Capital Funding Opportunities • SPAWAR System Center-SD • Technical Program Management • Technical requirements Definition • Technology Transition services • Technology Beta Test Support • Office of Naval Research (ONR) • Program management • Overall Navy coordination • Identification of critical requirements Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  8. How We Do It • Collaborate with Department of Defense and Homeland Security agencies to determine critical technology needs and requirements • Translate these needs into topics featured in CCAT sponsored national solicitations inviting companies, universities, and government labs to submit proposals • Quickly evaluate proposals using vast network of independent 3rd party experts from business, technology, VC/Angel investment communities • Award the most promising technologies with funds for technology and/or product development and evaluation • Provide entrepreneurial services to get the product into the marketplace as quickly and efficiently as possible Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  9. CCAT Process Barry Janov 

  10. The Process Government Requirements • Critical DoD Needs • Homeland Security Government Technologies • Patented • Commercial Potential Spin-in CCAT Services DoD Technology Search • Companies • Universities • Government Launch Support • Product License • IPO • Merger/Acq. • Partnership Angel / VC Funding Hand-off Solicitations Technology Evaluations Market Studies R&D Awards Business Plans Forums/Springboards Prototype Awards Spin-out License Merger/Acq Partnership Community Mentoring Support • Entrepreneurs • Business Leaders • Government PMs Government Technologists Angels Venture Capitalists Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  11. Capital Requirements Idea Proof of Concept Prototype Development Product Development Market Penetration Angels Venture Capital Family/Friends CCAT Funding CCAT Mentoring Path to Commercialization CCAT Support to Commercial Product Development Technology Risk vs. Capital Requirements Technological Risk Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  12. m 50 m Technology Focus Areas Vaccines, Therapeutics, Diagnostics CBRNE Detection and Protection Biometrics Surveillance Heads Up Displays Power Supplies Container Security Port, Border, Transportation Security Law Enforcement Wireless Communications Information Sharing Simulation and Training Environmental Mitigation/Protection Linguistics/Translation Aerospace/Missile Defense Biomedical Raw Data Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  13. The Support CCAT Services Support Business Development Market Studies Feasibility/Analysis/Validation Business/Marketing Plan Development Product Development Grants ($75K) Demonstration/T&E Grants ($100K) Business Mentors and Entrepreneur Training Angel and VC Investor Networks IP Licensing, CRADAs, and Partnerships DoD Acquisition Managers and Programs Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  14. Our External Partnerships CCAT is a national program with partnerships throughout the nation • TechLink – Department of Defense and NASA Technology Transfer agent • Department of Homeland Security – Transportation Security Agency • Marine Corps Systems Command – Marine Corps Base Quantico • Office of Law Enforcement and Technology Commercialization (OLETC – Dept. of Justice) • Navy TechMatch - West Virginia High Technology Center Foundation • Technology Research, Education and Commercialization Center (TRECC) • Tech Coast Angels – Largest organization of independent angel investors in nation • Active Capital – Only SEC approved national internet portal to link technology entrepreneurs with angel and venture capital investors • National Network for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (N2TEC) – nationwide network of universities to assist in market research and rapid prototyping • National Safe Skies Alliance – TSA and FAA funded non-profit industry-academic-government collaborative for testing and evaluating technologies for aviation and airport safety and security Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  15. Our Track Record • Conducted 23 solicitations and evaluated 780 technologies nationwide • Selected 125 technologies for award • Issued 238 awards including 114 market studies, 104 product development grants, and 4 demonstration projects worth nearly $11M resulting in: • Leveraged $4.1M into $21M additional funding for numerous clients • Facilitated 4 license agreements; 7 CRADAs; and 6 partnerships • Launched 6 products into the marketplace (government and commercial) • Facilitated 3 acquisitions and launched 2 new companies • Established collaborative academic and government partnerships with 10 major organizations and agencies • Amassed a pool of 150 subject matter experts as evaluators, mentors, and panelists • Accelerated process: 90 days from solicitation to award; 6 – 12 month period of performance Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  16. Success Stories Real-time Image Enhancement How it Works Pixon's technology more than doubles the resolution of real-time video by adaptively suppressing noise, correcting for blur, and adjusting the dynamic range for the human eye. Highlights / Impact Jan 2002, CCAT market study predicts UAV and missile defense markets as most attractive and proposed a focus on the SBIR program funding for development. Spring 2002, two SBIR/STTR Phase I contracts awarded with the U.S. Army and both receive Phase II contracts in 2003. July 2002, Pixon receives $430K from Aeromet for image post-processing for the Missile Defense Agency’s AIRS program. Sep 2002, Pixon receives $400K for image processing in a Canadian nuclear counterterrorism project. Feb 2003, CCAT awards development funds for next generation system. May 2003, Pixon receives SBIR Phase I contract with the U.S. Army to build a PixonVision ASIC for guided munitions. Aug 2004, The U.S. Navy conducts successful test of the PixonVision hardware. Initial contracts expected to be in the range of $450K$1.35M for Scan Eagle. The U.S. Army conducts testing with AAI for application to the Shadow. Initial purchase expected to be 100 units. Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  17. Success Stories Intecon: Binary Ionization Technology How it Works Electro-mechanically activated hydrogen peroxide radicals form a non-toxic mist which decontaminates harmful organisms suspended in air or attached to surfaces. Highlights / Impact Dec 2001, CCAT awards a market analysis and $75K grant to develop Binary Ionization Technology (BIT) for biological agent decontamination. Dec 2002, Intecon receives $5M investment from Titan Corporation as part of joint venture to commercialize products. Early 2003, Intecon receives a $725K contract from DARPA to develop a decontamination product for HVAC ducts to protect against chem/bio agents and mold. Testing in Nevada test facility planned. July 2004, Intecon receives orders for both handheld and glove decontamination products. Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  18. Success Stories Rapid Intelligent DC-DC Battery Charger How it Works Charger is based on intelligent software algorithm that queries the target battery on a pulse by pulse basis regarding parameters affecting the charge (chemical composition (NiCD, NiMH, lead-acid, etc), its current state of charge, temperature, etc. Highlights / Impact Company signed $1.5M contract with the ONR to add Li Ion battery charging and diagnostic capabilities to their previously developed intelligent battery charging technology. Diagnostics will include automatic capacity determination for rechargeable and non-rechargeable batteries, end-of-life prediction for a wide range of battery types, a battery-to-battery conditioner / charger for Special Ops forces, and charging of lithium batteries. Will have significant impact on meeting power consumption demands of the warfighter. Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  19. In Summary: A Technology Transformation Process • Engineered from the ground up by a team of Southern California based technology entrepreneurs, university marketing executives, and university and government technology transfer experts. • Takes traditional concept of technology transfer and expands into a fully integrated market driven approach that combines the capabilities of industry, academia, and government. • Places extreme attention on the last mile of the commercialization process – usually ignored by traditional tech transfer programs – the gap between product development and introduction to the market place. • CCAT is a proven model that reduces risk to government by focusing on market driven solutions and accelerates technology transition from the laboratory to the customer within 12 to 18 months. Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  20. Participation Opportunities • Client Opportunities • Scheduled Solicitations • SEP 05 CCAT San Bernardino • JAN 06 CCAT San Diego • Government Solicitation • Pop Ups – Government Request • Partnership Opportunities • Contact: www.ccatsocal.org Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology

  21. CCAT Technology Spin-out Stephen Lieberman

  22. CCAT Supports “Spin Out” of government technologies at SSC SD as well as other government laboratories Outline Services and Resources Offered by CCAT Overview of CCAT Spin Out Process CCAT has developed suite of “Tools” to facilitate Spin Out Spin Out Success Stories Opportunities for CCAT/ HTDV Collaboration CCAT Government Spin Out

  23. CCAT Spin Out Program seeks to: Facilitate commercialization of government developed technologies Transition commercialized technologies to DoD market Objective

  24. CCAT offers a variety of services and resources to facilitate commercialization of government developed technologies Market Validation Studies Market Analyses to quantify opportunities in specific markets Networking with entrepreneurial community to facilitate strategic partnering Partnerships with other gov’t programs to identify licensing Support for evaluating and enhancing IP position Direct support of govt. technologist to assist with testing and prototype development and tech transfer activities Direct support of govt. technologists for Assistance with development of CRADAs and License Agreements Potential for follow-on CCAT support for licensee What does CCAT provide?

  25. Government Funding and Support Government Funding and Support Government Funding and Support Government Funding and Support CCAT Government Technology Spin Out Process Phase I – Transition of Technology to Commercial Company Market Validation Study • Key Markets ID • Key Licenses ID for Each Market Identification of Potential License Partner(s) Government Technology Search and Support Market Analysis Performed with Potential Licensee CRADA & License Agreement Phase II – Transition of Technology to Commercial Market Place Standard CCAT Processes DoD Market Assessment of next steps…perhaps more Market Studies or ??? Product Development Launch Support Mentoring Support Business Plans Commercial Market

  26. CCAT “Spin Out” Tool Box • San Diego State University – Entrepreneurial Management Center (EMC) • Professor/Student teams conduct: • Market Validation Studies • Market Analysis • SSC San Diego Student Intern Program • Graduate Students from local Universities - • Mine patent portfolio • Conduct market studies/Identify licensing partners • Develop TIPs (Technical Information Packages) • Interface with licensing partners

  27. CCAT “Spin Out” Tool Box cont. • UCSD Connect “Frontiers in Technology” • Showcase technologies before entrepreneurs from angel and VC community • Partnerships with Non-Profit Industry Groups • San Diego Software Industry Council • San Diego Telecom Council • Partnership with TechLink – Montana State University

  28. How do we identify technologies for spin out? Solicitations: Technologists Apply Mine IP Portfolio –Student Intern Program Partnership with TechLink Commercial “Pull” Partnerships with non-profit industry groups Outreach to government laboratories Networking with government tech transfer personnel through Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Targeted site visits to government laboratories Government Technologies Search and Support

  29. Resources used to identify partner San Diego State University – Entrepreneurial Management Center (EMC) Identify key markets Identify potential licensees TechLink Student Intern Program Business network Technologists Market Validation StudyFind Licensee

  30. EMC performs analysis for selected target markets Outside expert consultants used where possible CCAT supports govt. technologist labor and travel to work with licensee Results of market analysis used to facilitate go/no go decision to proceed to license with licensee Market Analysis with Licensee

  31. Facilitate initial licensing and CRADA discussions Assist with negotiation of License and CRADA agreements Support govt. technologists participation in tech transfer process Conduct valuation and royalty-returns analysis License and CRADA Agreements

  32. CCAT Success Story: QwikLite Toxicity Bioassay • How it Works • QwikLite provides rapid toxicity testing of effluents such as storm drain dry docks discharges and sediment dredging operations. • Measures a reduction in light from bioluminescent dinoflagellates following exposure to a toxicant. • The toxic response is usually measured within 24 hours from the start of the test. • CCAT Support (San Diego) • CCAT awards Market Study and Government Commercialization Support • CCAT identifies potential commercial partner • CCAT supports development of Business Development Plan by Assure Bioassay Controls • Licensing and CRADA signed with Assure Bioassay Controls

  33. CCAT Success Story:Hearing Pill • How it Works • Noise causes release of toxins known as free-radicals (Fig. A) • The inner ear’s antioxidant defenses are overwhelmed (Fig. B) • Hearing Pill (N-acetylcysteine (NAC)) removes toxic free-radicals and prevents the events leading to cell death and permanent hearing loss (Fig C) • CCAT(San Bernardino) Support • American BioHealth Group (ABHG) licenses technology from Naval Medical Center San Diego (TechLink facilitated) • CSUSB OTTC funds ABHG to conduct two double-blind Phase I clinical studies, in cooperation with Marine Corps Recruiting Depot. • OTTC approves funds Phase II clinical studies) • OTTC initiates partnering discussions with Inland Empire pharmaceutical firm for manufacturing • ABHG shipped product to Iraq for treating hearing loss in troops

  34. HDTV identifies commercial focus areas / requirements / needs key to economic development in Hawaii CCAT Identifies government technologies that match HDTV requirements/needs CCAT collaborates with HDTV to facilitate licensing of government technology to Hawaiian companies CCAT/HDTV Collaboration

  35. CCAT Technology Spin-in Doug Evans

  36. and then making DOD decision makers aware of new, innovative technology solutions (PUSH) technological solutions to problems identified by specific DOD decision makers (PULL) Purpose of Spin-In To participate in the rapid transition of innovative technical solutions into DOD-use by identifying, developing, testing, …

  37. Solicitation Targets Joint Warfighter S&T Plan MARCORSYSCOM DHS Maritime SOCOM APBI CNO Deep Blue ONR Expeditionary

  38. Technology PUSH DoD Acquisition DOD or HLS Needs Documents DoD CCAT Partner CCAT PROTOTYPE OR DEMO EVALUATION DOD MARKETING DOD Acquisition TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES SCOUTING SOLICITATION WRITTEN PRESENTATION Invest BUSINESS SERVICES Prime CCAT $

  39. Joint Warfighter S&T Plan 2000 Counter Terrorism, Crisis Consequence Mgt DHS Website general requirements Maritime and Land Security PUSH Topics

  40. Conference Attendance SOCOM APBI 2005 Booth Advanced Concepts Technology Demonstration (ACTD) Naval-Industry Partnership (ONR) “Shopping” the Portfolio EUCOM, SOCOM, MARCORSYSCOM White Papers Technology Demonstrations S&T Managers, DOD End-Users PUSH Outreach

  41. DOD user needs Panel Participation Shaping of SOW Technology PULL DoD Acquisition DoD CCAT Partner CCAT PROTOTYPE OR DEMO EVALUATION DOD MARKETING DOD Acquisition TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES SCOUTING SOLICITATION WRITTEN PRESENTATION Invest BUSINESS SERVICES Prime CCAT $ Introduce to Prime or DOD Investment program

  42. Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) Individual Ballistic Protection Personal Cooling Systems Individual Water Purification Systems Textiles Chemical and Biological Protection Electronic Integration, Thermal Regulation, and Microbial Technology Office of Naval Research (Expeditionary Unit Water Purification System) Alternatives or Hybrid Technologies toward Reduced Cost of Desalination Beyond Next Generation Improvements to Current Desalination Technologies Detection, Removal and Disinfection of Trace Contaminants Development of Completely Closed-Loop Water Treatment Systems Present PULL Topics

  43. Targeted Customers EU-COM ATCD Marine Corps CNO Deep Blue “Invitation to Insert Needs” letter Available at Conferences Distributed through DOD acquisition contacts PULL Outreach

  44. ID’ed by SPAWAR/CCAT through other work roles Power Point file provided IMEF S&T head Demonstration conducted by Trex at Camp Pendelton Requirements revised based on demonstration Trex applies to CCAT solicitation Trex awarded, and Marine Corps shapes SOW Trex mm-Wave Link

  45. Marine Corps put needs into CCAT solicitation Solicitation surfaces Lite-Eye heads-up display Lite-Eye introduced to Marine Corps Acquisition Marine Corps shapes Lite-Eye’s SOW Lite-Eye Heads-up Displays

  46. Marine Corps put needs into CCAT solicitation Solicitation surfaces Aveso flexible display Aveso introduced to Marine Corps Acquisition Marine Corps shapes Aveso’s SOW Aveso Flexible Displays

  47. CCAT Questions and Answers