Features

The Difference and Distance Between Invention and a Business

This issue begins a series of four articles that will focus on converting your invention into a revenue-generating business, the critical information you need to gather to get started, and how to put together the two initial documents to gather funding to start your business: financial projections and your investor pitch.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

An Operational Guide to Bringing Your Invention to Market

The last of a four-part series on converting your invention into a revenue-generating business, this month’s article describes, from an operational viewpoint, the critical steps that an inventor needs to understand to raise investment money and convert their invention into a viable business.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

How Much Financing Does Your Growing Company Need?

How much money will your growing company need? The answer is, you want enough investment to grow the company to its potential, yet do not want to over-fund, giving up too much equity. You cannot raise funds without a reasonable estimate of what you need.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

Building the Financials to Get Investors Interested

In our last article, we planned out the business chronologically; that is, what we expected to happen and when we thought it would happen. Now, we need to assign costs to the steps in that series of events and roll it up into a standard financial picture that investors, members of your board, employees, and others will understand.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

30 Years of Electronics & Semiconductors

In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of NASA Tech Briefs, our features in 2006 highlight a different technology category each month, tracing the past 30 years of the technology, and continuing with a glimpse into the future of where the technology is headed. Along the way, we include insights from industry leaders on the past, present, and future of each technology. This month, we take a look at the past 30 years of Electronics & Semiconductors.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

30 Years of Test & Measurement

In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of NASA Tech Briefs, our features in 2006 highlight a different technology category each month, tracing the past 30 years of the technology, and continuing with a glimpse into the future of where the technology is headed. Along the way, we include insights from industry leaders on the past, present, and future of each technology. This month, we take a look at the past 30 years of Test & Measurement.

Posted in: Articles

Read More >>

Achieving Positioning Accuracy Goals

The task of choosing the correct mix of motion control components for a successful servo positioning system involves a combination of art, science, and experience. It also includes a little luck, but luck is not needed when you fully comprehend the principle of operation, accuracy, resolution, and repeatability of each component in the system.

Posted in: Features, Motion Control, Articles

Read More >>

White Papers

Thinking Outside of the Box: Optimizing System Design With Embedded Expertise
Sponsored by Curtiss Wright
Fundamentals of Vector Network Analysis Primer
Sponsored by Rohde and Schwarz A and D
What They Didn’t Teach You in Engineering School About Heat Transfer
Sponsored by Mentor Graphics
Thermally Conductive Epoxies Optimize Electronic Assemblies
Sponsored by Master Bond
The Road to Lightweight Vehicles
Sponsored by HP
OEM Optical System Development
Sponsored by Ocean Optics

White Papers Sponsored By: