Columbus, Ohio -- CAL Analytics is testing their Contingency Management Platform (CMP) with the Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership (MAAP), a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) designated Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) test site. The deployment of the CMP is part of a pilot program with MAAP, to enable their Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations.
CAL's CMP software will interface with software from Krongsberr, Resilinex, and TruWeather to help ensure the safe operation of all unmanned aircraft.
Springfield, Ohio- On November 10, 2021, multiple members of the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) participated in the first Ohio Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) showcase event held at Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport. The AAM Showcase is a first-of-its-kind event aimed at showcasing the public-flight and cargo carrying capabilities of electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles (eVTOL). The AAM showcase event was a result of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)’s Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign, which included an award to the Ohio Department of
Air Force Research Laboratory’s Autonomy Capability Team and Parallax Advanced Research collaborate to explore the next generation of artificial intelligence
Dayton, Ohio -- The Air Force Research Laboratory’s ( ) Autonomy Capability Team 3 (ACT3) program and Parallax Advanced Research are working together on a novel scientific representation of the conscious mind that pays attention to memory, ongoing processes, and conscious and unconscious attention with the goal to change the future of artificial intelligence (AI). Scientists are exploring the possibility of applying the interpretative and analytical capabilities of the human mind to AI to potentially expand its scope and impact across multiple fields. The collaborative research project is
Parallax Advanced Research and Air Force Research Laboratory develop a multi-sensor exploitation for tactical autonomy
Beavercreek, Ohio- In May 2021, Parallax Advanced Research secured a $2 million contract for the Multi-Sensor Exploitation for Tactical Autonomy (META) program under the Autonomy Capability Team 3, or ACT3, program of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Sensors Directorate (RY).
The primary purpose of the META program is to address challenges that face the research, development, assessment, demonstration, and transition of sensing autonomy technologies and solve them through innovative research. The multidisciplinary team at Parallax Advanced Research has leveraged its deep expertise
We recently celebrated our first year as Parallax Advanced Research in October and we want to showcase our accomplishments during the 2020-2021 timeframe.
Thank you to our Parallax employees for all the work you put into making this first year as Parallax Advanced Research an incredible one!
Check out our cool infographic highlighting all our 2020-2021 accomplishments. We will continue to reach for the stars and look forward to seeing what is in store for our future.
Motusi Corporation's novel human performance technology wins two $50,000 US Air Force small business awards
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Portland, Oregon- Motusi Corporation (MOTUSI) partnered with George Fox University to test and validate their full-body-wearable, force-sensing platform for treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. MOTUSI’s platform independently tracks movements and forces on the body along with the center of motion as data for research in physical therapy, injury assessment, performance tracking, and occupational health and safety.
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Launch Dayton's partner organizations are once again collaborating to promote Dayton region small businesses this holiday season through the online #LaunchIntoTheHolidays campaign.
Beginning Cyber Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, and running through Friday, Dec. 17, Launch Dayton will host a Facebook Live each day over the lunch hour, featuring a series of small, local businesses showcasing products that make the perfect holiday gift.
The goal is to connect the region’s small businesses with new customers
Dayton, Ohio - DAtAnchor won a $50,000 Small Business Innovation Research ( ) Phase I award in 2019 for their encryption, automated data governance and access control technology that simplifies the Department of the Air Force and Department of Defense (DoD) compliance process for small organizations. The award-winning data-security technology was developed through a Research and Development project at The Ohio State University in 2019. Parallax Advanced Research’s Academic Partnership Engagement (APEX) program assisted DAtAnchor in navigating the process of applying for and winning the
Greenbelt, Maryland -- In 2021, MTI Systems won a $150,000 Air Force Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I award and a $450,000 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase III award for its technology “ORBs through Multidomain 5G Network Connectivity.” In addition, MTI pitched another technology - FlowAgility, a proactive network controller for robust communications - at the Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center Pitch Day for Direct to Phase II and won a $1.5 million award. The Academic Partnership Engagement program, or APEX
Defense Track educates entrepreneurs on how to collaborate with the U.S. Government and scale their business through government contracts
Dayton, Ohio- On September 16, 2021, Parallax Advanced Research, in partnership with Infinite Management Solutions, and Treble One Aerospace Consulting, hosted a Defense Track during Launch Dayton Startup Week, which is a week-long celebration of everything entrepreneurial in Dayton. The Defense Track brought together panelists with experience interacting with the government and writing winning government proposals and entrepreneurs seeking to scale their
University of Toledo Institute of Applied Engineering Research makes advancements in additive manufacturing research and workforce development
Toledo, Ohio- The University of Toledo Institute of Applied Engineering Research (IAER) is working on advanced manufacturing with a focus on additive manufacturing. This venture is a result of the Adaptive Bio-Inspired Aerospace Structures Actuated by Shape Memory Alloys project led by the University of Toledo, The Ohio State University, and Case Western University and funded by the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN). The OFRN is a program managed by Parallax Advanced Research in collaboration with Ohio State and funded by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
The research team at IAER
Dayton, Ohio - On September 24, Parallax Advanced Research hosted an OhioX Tech Day STEM event for 25 Mad River Local Schools’ Stebbins High School students. The event was sponsored by Launch Dayton and Parallax Advanced Research Programs’ the Ohio Federal Research Network and the Academic Partnership Engagement Experiment. The event took place at The Hub at the Arcade in Downtown Dayton. It celebrated the people, companies, and ideas that make Ohio technology possible and inspired Ohio high school students who are the next generation of leaders in technology and innovation.
The day started
Parallax Advanced Research’s KeAnna Daniels earns Dayton Business Journal’s 2021 Outstanding Diversity Champion Award
Dayton, Ohio - On October 14, 2021, the Dayton Business Journal (DBJ) awarded Parallax Advanced Research Program Manager, KeAnna Daniels, a 2021 Outstanding Diversity Champion Award for promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in her work with the Launch Dayton program. The award is presented to individuals within the community who have shown outstanding initiative to promote diversity and inclusion in their organization or community, making a positive difference.
Parallax is a founding partner of Launch Dayton: a collaborative entrepreneurial support effort with programmatic roots
Asymmetric Technologies' IronClad Secure Flight Controller technology wins $750,000 US Air Force STTR Phase II Award
Dublin, Ohio-- Asymmetric Technologies developed the IronClad Secure Flight Controller (SFC), which is a cyber-secure open-architecture flight controller for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) with an on-board damage tolerant flight control and automated sense and avoid software suite. The technology research and development were conducted in collaboration with The Ohio State University, Ohio University, Air Force Research Laboratory, and Lockheed Martin and funded by the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN). In July 2021, the U.S. Air Force Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program
The Ohio Federal Research Network awards $9.9 million to seven Ohio organizations to advance aerospace innovation in Ohio
Dayton, Ohio – On August 15, 2021, the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) program awarded a total of $9.9 million to seven Ohio organizations and their collaborators to advance science and technology innovation to support U.S. national security initiatives. The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) funds the OFRN, which is focused on expanding Ohio’s research and development capabilities across the state’s academic institutions and businesses in support of Ohio-based federal partner needs, which promotes Ohio’s economic growth.
The recent OFRN Opportunity Announcement was formally
The Ohio State University and Potomac Research innovate entropy extraction device to advance cybersecurity
Columbus, Ohio -- Researchers at The Ohio State University collaborated with Potomac Research LLC in New Alexandria, Virginia to innovate an electronic hardware platform called the Entropy Extraction Device (EED), which uses a novel version of Physically Unclonable Functions (PUF) technology for multiple purposes, including unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) security, supply chain verification, cryptographic keys generation, and authentication applications. This project is supported by the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) Round 4 Sustaining Ohio’s Aeronautical Readiness and Innovation in the
This Impact Report covers Fiscal Year 2020 and the first two quarters of Fiscal Year 2021 for the Academic Partnership and Engagement Experiment ( ) which was codified in the Partnership Intermediary Agreement ( ) FB8650-19-3-9341 between Wright State Applied Research Corporation (now Parallax) and the United States Air Force ( ).
Aligned with overarching national security and science and technology ( ) imperatives, this report frames the strategies that has and will continue to employ to deliver, in an exceptional manner, the ’s Statement of Work (SOW) tasks, objectives
Dayton, Ohio -- CAL Analytics, a company specializing in the development of automated and autonomous systems, will receive funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Office of Statewide Planning & Research to conduct research on “Open Framework Standards for A Combined Aircraft Sensor Network.” The research objective is to develop a means to detect and track lower altitude aircraft in Ohio.
Despite substantial progress made in the communications and navigation domains, the ability to provide accurate, robust, and scalable surveillance services, particularly for lower altitude
Hilliard small business, Ghostwave Inc., makes breakthrough advances in radar technology for unmanned aerial systems
Hilliard, Ohio -- GhostWave, a radar company based in Hilliard, Ohio, has innovated advanced radar technology to combat real-world drone related safety and security issues. While its first project, backed by Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) funding, was focused on preventing mid-air collision of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) with manmade and natural objects, for its second OFRN project, the company is preparing to test a stronger ground-based radar system with wider range. The technologies, which are patented by The Ohio State University, were researched and developed under the OFRN Rounds
Parallax Advanced Research program receives $9.6 million to support Department of the Air Force technology transition in West Virginia and Appalachia
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Dayton, Ohio – Parallax Advanced Research received $9.6 million in federal funding to expand its Academic Partnership Engagement Experiment, or APEX, program to West Virginia and the Appalachian Region, described as the geographic area from the southern tier of New York State to Georgia. will utilize the funding to connect academic and industry innovators in West Virginia and Appalachia with the Department of the Air Force to develop the next
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Parallax Advanced Research is now a member of OhioX- a nonprofit membership organization that represents and connects organizations committed to growing Ohio's economy through technology and innovation.
Parallax Advanced Research’s Ohio Federal Research Network, or OFRN, will also play an active role in the membership because it is a State of Ohio-focused research and development program with the mission to stimulate Ohio's innovation economy by funding projects that meet federal laboratory requirements and build statewide university and industry collaborations.
Ohio Federal Research Network project update: Event 38 tests first flight of UAS E450 – Successfully Demonstrating Advanced Battery Technology
On June 23, 2021, Event 38 Event 38 Unmanned Systems Inc. successfully tested the first flight of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) E450 at the Event 38 field in Richfield, Ohio under the Federal Aviation Administration’s Part 107 flight rules. The flight was 20 minutes in duration and completed the objective of determining the best endurance cruise speed. The Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN), administered by Parallax Advanced Research on behalf of the Ohio Department of Higher Education, supported the development of the UAS E450 by facilitating the academic-industry-government collaboration