AFRL scientists and engineers (S&Es) are tasked with developing technology and disclosing innovations in their particular areas of expertise and research. As they develop such technologies, the S&Es are sometimes working with a limited field-of-view regarding potential innovative additions t...
26.11.19 06:24 PM - Comment(s)
The military and police forces are interested in applying Air Force Research Laboratory human factors engineering approaches and technologies to police squad cars. AFRL/RH has led this project because of the potential of technology transfer and transition to police forces. Officers from the Dayton P...
25.11.19 08:48 PM - Comment(s)
Air Force systems are becoming more complex, and the push for increased autonomy in these systems means that complexity will grow even faster than before. Tests and simulation methods need exponentially more effort to properly evaluate more complex systems, and leaves more room for error, while dema...
01.11.19 06:44 PM - Comment(s)

Dayton, November 1, 2019: Wright Brothers Institute (WBI), along with the Air Force Small Business Innovative Research Program Office (AF SBIR/STTR), the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), and The Entrepreneurs Center (TEC) are seeking applications for the second cohort of the T3 Transition ...

01.11.19 02:31 PM - Comment(s)

Dayton, October 30, 2019:  Wright Brothers Institute (WBI), along with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Purdue Foundry, The Entrepreneurs Center (TEC) and the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) presents the Motivate the Market 2019 Forum, connecting Air Force resear...

31.10.19 05:52 PM - Comment(s)

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