Altamira Awarded $24.6M Prime Contract for Radio Frequency R&D for AFRL

Altamira Technologies Corporation has been awarded the Air Force
Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) $24.6M Distributed Radio Frequency Sensing
(DRS) contract to provide next-gen radio frequency (RF) sensing
technologies through advanced R&D of RF systems and sub-systems. The
five-year CPFF contract will support the development of innovative
solutions applying DRS to contested and congested spectrum environments.

Work performed for DRS builds on Altamira’s internal and customer-funded
RF R&D experience and will focus on advancements in technology areas
such as Advanced Waveform Design, Adaptive Signal Processing, CR,
Distributed Sensing, Passive Sensing, and OTHR. Altamira’s demonstrated
success with their patented DSAM technology—a Top 8 finalist for the
ACT-IAC 2017 Igniting Innovation Award—served as a key differentiator in
their approach to delivering end-to-end capabilities for AFRL. Altamira
brings expertise in developing innovative concepts, and applying,
validating, and integrating those solutions to advance the customer’s

“Our ongoing work with AFRL, and recognized success with DSAM
technologies, solidifies Altamira’s position as a leader in delivering
advanced RF sensing solutions,” said Jonathan Moneymaker, President of
Altamira Technologies. “With this award Altamira strengthens our
partnership with one of our key customers as we continue to perform the
cutting-edge R&D needed to operate in future spectrum environments.”

About Altamira

Altamira Technologies leverages its best-in-class size and culture of
excellence to deliver innovative solutions to the defense, intelligence,
and homeland security communities. They provide customers the
information advantage through full-spectrum advanced engineering, data
analytics, and cyber operations. Altamira builds momentum by harnessing
the brightest minds who drive the advancement of mission-focused
solutions to address their customers’ most challenging problems from
research through development and into operations.

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