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Radiance Technologies Awarded PS-ISR SEDD Contract

Radiance Technologies Awarded PS-ISR SEDD Contract

HUNTSVILLE, ALA. – Radiance Technologies, Inc. (Radiance) is pleased to announce their recent award of a prime contract for the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) Persistent Surveillance – Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (PS-ISR) Technology Research and Development program for the Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate (SEDD). Radiance will provide research, development, and operational support for sensors, […]

Meet the Redmers

Meet the Redmers

Meet the Redmers This month we are spotlighting Kevin and Charlene Redmer. The Redmers are a couple who met during their military service and are two long-time employees and present leaders within Radiance for the Operational Intelligence Group at Fort Gordon in Georgia. To give you a little background about the couple, they both grew […]

Radiance Technologies Encounters Growth at Fort Gordon Location

Radiance Technologies Encounters Growth at Fort Gordon Location

HUNTSVILLE, AL. – Radiance Technologies, Inc. (Radiance) Operational Intelligence Group (OIG) has expanded its office and efforts in Fort Gordon, Ga. OIG’s origins can be traced back to 2002 with the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) SETA work. Fort Gordon is the center for Radiance’s OIG analyst division. OIG provides a wide range […]

Huntsville-based Radiance Technologies unveils Rapid Production Facility to perform contracted NASA work

Huntsville-based Radiance Technologies unveils Rapid Production Facility to perform contracted NASA work

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Radiance Technologies debuted Friday morning its new Rapid Production Facility, designed to help the company perform contracted engineering solutions and prototyping work with NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center. In late June, Radiance announced it was awarded two significant contracts with the Marshall Space Flight Center and the U.S. Army Space and Missile […]

Boeing to adapt WeaponWatch ground-fire acquisition system from Radiance to Apache attack helicopter

By John Keller FORT EUSTIS, Va., 1 April 2012. U.S. Army helicopter aviation experts are moving ahead with a program to fit special infrared sensors aboard the Boeing AH-64D Apache attach helicopter that detect and pinpoint enemy ground fire from rifles, pistols, rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), and other infantry weapons and quickly train the Apache’s weapons […]