Figure Engineering has received a 2-year, $2.1M Rapid Innovation Fund (RIF) contract award from the United States Air Force to further develop its Advanced Continuous-Time Adaptive Ventilation (ACTAV) technology. The RIF award provides Figure Engineering the opportunity to build on work successfully performed under previous Air Force SBIR projects with the primary goal of demonstrating … Continue reading Figure Engineering Receives Competitive Rapid Innovation Fund Award
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The Air Force has selected Figure Engineering’s Continuous Hazardous Environment Monitor (CHEM™) sensor technology for continued development under a SBIR Phase II Enhancement grant. The effort will miniaturize, ruggedize, and mobilize the stationary/equipment-mounted CHEM™ sensor under development in a concurrent SBIR Phase II. Figure Engineering is partnering with Austin AI, Inc., subject matter experts in … Continue reading Figure Engineering Awarded SBIR Phase II Enhancement.
Figure Engineering Receives Selection for SBIR Phase II Award. Figure Engineering’s SoluStat™ Solution Control technology has been selected for continued development under a SBIR Phase II grant. The successful Phase I effort produced a prototype device and algorithm that can detect and quantify trace elements in stripping baths used for aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul. … Continue reading Figure Engineering Receives Selection for SBIR Phase II Award.
Figure Engineering Selected for USAF Commercialization Program. Figure Engineering is one of 18 companies selected from a pool of over 200 to participate in a commercialization training pilot program sponsored by the Air Force. The 6-week Technology Acceleration Program (TAP) is a joint effort between AFRL, The Wright Brothers Institute, and The Entrepreneur Center in … Continue reading Figure Engineering Selected for USAF Commercialization Program.