Wright State University has a new U.S. Air Force deal that could be worth as much as $42.5 million over the next six years, the largest government contract award for research in the nearly 50-year history of the school.
The contract – to Wright State Applied Research Corp., the contract administrator for the Wright State Research Institute – involves human-machine teaming in the field of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, or ISR. Work will be done for the 711th Human Performance Wing, which is headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
The goal is to improve the performance of airmen who process, exploit, analyze, produce and disseminate ISR data and information.
Read the article from the Dayton Business Journal.