Radiance Technologies Wins 5-Year $18M R&D Effort at AFRL

Radiance Technologies (Radiance) was recently awarded an $18M Research and Development contract to support the Air Force Research Laboratory. Radiance will design, develop and evaluate high-fidelity models of multiple specific sensors and the communication links and command and control nodes associated with them. Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and is expected to be complete by July 28, 2021.

“This was a real team effort, with many contributors, but none more important than the hard working folks we have resident at AFRL keeping our customer happy,” said Bryan Johnson, Senior Vice President, Cyber Solutions Group.

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