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PaneraTech , Inc., was Selected for an STTR Phase I by the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for Conformal, Light-Weight & Load-Bearing Antennas Based on Conductive Textile Threads
Date: Jan 12, 2012
Source: Company Data

Featured firm in this article: PaneraTech Inc of Chantilly, VA

Falls Church, VA --U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research has selected PaneraTech for an STTR Phase I to develop conformal load-bearing antennas based on conductive textile threads. The proposed technology is building upon the patent pending technology developed by PaneraTech CEO & CTO Dr. Bayram and his team while he was at The Ohio State University.

This technology is envisioned to create transformational changes in the load-bearing and conformal antennas for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). "Our technology employs antenna structures woven into the UAV skin to utilize the all real estate available on UAVs to enable low frequency communications. PaneraTech is extremely excited to work with The Ohio State University to transition this technology to DoD platforms", PaneraTech CEO & CTO, Dr. Bayram said.

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