This innovative solar panel at Robins AFB GA is designed to be easily moved & powerful enough to sustain a mobile air traffic control tower. Developed with RSO, watch MSgt. Brent Kenney share more about the adaptability of this solar fabric.
We provide Airmen with effective tools, leveraging modern, cross-cutting technologies to reduce the U.S. Air Force’s logistical footprint and enhance mission capability. We want to be the USAF’s leading office for rapidly implementing emerging and solution-oriented technologies in austere environments.
With Pvilion, we are developing a stand-alone, self-powering shelter system that uses solar fabric technology to cool, heat, and power a deployable tent.
Pvilion - awarded prototype contract at RSO Pitch Day
Event 38’s E400 commercial mapping and surveying platform allows surveyors in multiple industries to collect high resolution, high accuracy survey products for areas between 300 and 2,000 acres. This allows the U.S. Air Force to rapidly collect survey data as required for multiple applications.
Event 38 Unmanned Systems Inc - awarded prototype contract at RSO Pitch Day
Huckworthy LLC is providing a standardized self-healing wireless data mesh network that can operate anywhere on the flight line.
One maintenance operations officer at Travis Air Force Base told the RSO, “I’m excited about the mesh radios and their capabilities. I see this as our gateway to better tool accountability, virtual forms, and AR/VR for training and troubleshooting.”
Huckworthy LLC - awarded prototype contract at RSO Pitch Day