Riverside Research Awarded RaDiAEM Contract to Support AFRL
DAYTON, OH - Riverside Research, a not-for-profit, scientific research company primarily serving the US Department of Defense since 1967, was awarded the “Research and Development in Antenna and Electromagnetic Technology (RaDiAEM)” contract by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). This $40 million single award contract will advance antenna, electromagnetic, and plasma physics technologies that safeguard national security.
Riverside Research has proudly supported AFRL for over twelve years in conducting leading-edge basic, applied, and advanced research and development to advance their mission. Riverside Research, utilizing their unique, multi-disciplinary laboratories focused on critical technology areas, will continue their support to AFRL through the eight-year RaDiAEM contract. This contract encompasses antenna, electromagnetic, and plasma physics technologies, including radio frequency (RF) sensing, electromagnetic technology, sensor testing and evaluation, RF and multi-sensor architectures, sensor resource management, waveforms, electro-optical (EO) sensor technology, and LADAR technologies. Riverside Research will support AFRL in conducting research and development to advance these technical areas that contribute to Global Integrated Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Air/Space Superiority, Global Precision Attack, Hypersonic, and Special Operations.
Riverside Research and its trusted teammates A&E Partnership, Applied Research Solutions, Matrix Research, Michigan State University, PreTalen, Stellar Science, T2Sys, University of California, Los Angeles, and Voss Scientific are dedicated to furthering AFRL capabilities through innovative research in the aforementioned technologies.
“Riverside Research is committed to supporting the mission and initiatives of the Antenna and Electromagnetic Technology Branch at AFRL,” said Mary Barefoot, Riverside Research Executive Director of Programs. “We are pleased to contribute to a new program researching leading-edge technologies that enhance defense capabilities and ensures national security.”