| AF SBIR/STTR | Nov. 19, 2018
Fully Adaptive Radar (Photo by AF SBIR/STTR)
The Air Force is poised to save millions of dollars on the new radar systems it delivers to the warfighter.
With support from the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Program, San Diego-based Information Systems Laboratories Inc. developed a solution to replace expensive flight testing for radar design engineers. Operators and pilots can also use the technology to bolster their radar training while reducing the flight time required to achieve proficiency.
The technology meets the needs of all military commands and services that rely on advanced radar modeling, testing and training, so it has the potential for widespread adoption across the Department of Defense. Information Systems Laboratories has already earned Phase III contracts, which denote funding from outside the Air Force SBIR/STTR Program and indicate a critical commercialization benchmark.
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