[ESIP-all] FW: ROSES Amendment 36: New proposal opportunity -- Advanced Information Systems Technology
Carol B. Meyer
carol.meyer at earthsciencefoundation.org
Tue Dec 6 21:07:31 EST 2005
In case you did not see this already.
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Subject: ROSES Amendment 36: New proposal opportunity -- Advanced
Information Systems Technology
With this amendment to ROSES-2005, NASA announces a new proposal
opportunity -- Advanced Information Systems Technology. Notices of
to propose are due January 17, 2006, and proposals are due March 17,
On or about December 6, 2005, Amendment No. 36 to NASA Research
Announcement "Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences"
(NNH05ZDA001N) will be posted on its home page Web site at
http://nspires.nasaprs.com/ (select "Solicitations" then "Open
Solicitations" then "NNH05ZDA001N" then "Program Elements" then
Information Systems Technology").
This amendment establishes a new program element in Appendix A.33
"Advanced Information Systems Technology." This new program element
solicits proposals for development of selected key technologies to
an evolution of distributed Earth system sensors and processing
into sensor webs. This AIST program solicitation will concentrate on
architecture (i.e., the design, structure, and behavior) and development
system building blocks leading to autonomous sensor webs. Scenarios are
required to show the relevancy of the proposed technology to the
of NASA Earth science. During the course of the technology development,
the awardees will be required to participate in ESTO-sponsored sensor
technology workshops to advance information sharing on components and
concepts. Notices of Intent to propose are due January 17, 2006, and
proposals are due March 17, 2006.
Further information about this program element is available from Ms.
L. Moe, Earth Science Technology Office, Code 407, NASA Goddard Space
Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771; Telephone: (301)
286-2978; E-mail: Karen.L.Moe at nasa.gov.
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