Alluvionic was one of four area companies selected this year to receive assistance from the NASA Technology Docking program.
The Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast’s (EDC) partners with NASA to identify companies for the program. These companies are able to leverage NASA expertise to solve a commercial technology challenge. The collaboration helps spur innovation on the Space Coast, stimulating the local economy and ensuring Brevard County remains competitive on a global scale.
Alluvionic has been awarded to participate in the Technology Docking program which provide small and medium-sized manufacturers and technology-based companies access to NASA’s subject matter experts, advanced technologies, and capabilities. These companies have the unique opportunity to draw upon NASA resources at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and across the nation to help solve technical product development challenges.
“We are absolutely thrilled that we have been chosen for the NASA Tech Docking program for the second time. This program offers an amazing opportunity to work with NASA’s team of experts to help us develop our Prop-Rotor Technology. Having this opportunity and these resources available is extremely critical in a time when we get closer to commercialization and we appreciate the opportunity,” says Ricardo Romeu, Alluvionic’s Vice President of Engineering.
Alluvionic’s patent-pending vectored thrust technology, used for aviation and unmanned aerial systems, was selected and will have the chance to interface with leading industry experts to help refine and fast-track this technology. Other companies selected include: BoMax Hydrogen LLC, Hydro Precision Tubing USA, and World Housing Solution Inc.