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.