Infoscitex Lands $70M USAF Aerospace System R&D Contract Modification

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Infoscitex a four-year, $70 million contract modification to support the military branch’s aerospace technology and simulation-based research and development efforts.

Infoscitex will provide R&D services in areas such as flight control laws, cooperative control autonomy, vehicle integrity management and automation, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The company will also provide technology platforms for constructive, virtual and hardware-in-the-loop simulation; flight test; and multidisciplinary design activities.

Efforts under the modification also cover the application of methods and tools to develop, mature, analyze and evaluate aerospace systems, DoD noted.

Work is scheduled to occur through June 14, 2021, at Wright-Patterson AF Base in Ohio.

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