For the first time ever, the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Technology Executive Office held "Pitch Day" at WBI's 444 location in downtown Dayton. Inspired by other pitch day activities across the Air Force, this event format awards qualifying small businesses wit...

26.11.19 05:52 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)

WBI helped AFRL/RX set up the collaboration environment that creates a secure domain for students and AFRL researchers to work in tandem on basic research data and collaborate in real-time. creates a secure domain for students and AFRL researchers to work in tandem on basic research data and collabo...

07.10.19 07:14 PM - Comment(s)


The perfect Air Force mission would mean that pilots go completely undetected in enemy airspace, execute their mission and return home safely. Low Observable (LO) Technology, otherwise known as Stealth, makes aircraft extremely hard to detect. LO Technology is incorporated into a multitude of Air Fo...

17.09.19 02:44 AM - Comment(s)

The Air Force SBIR/STTR program is in the midst of a major transformation to accelerate critical new technologies to the warfighter, including a new emphasis on the STTR program. Per the SBIR/STTR website; “STTR topics, which require a small business to partner with a research institution, typi...

14.09.19 02:38 AM - Comment(s)

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