Tangram Flex will assist the Air Force in this Phase II effort by providing solutions to streamline the analysis and testing abilities for UASs and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle systems.
Fremont, CA: Tangram Flex, headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, has been awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II contract. Tangram Flex is collaborating with The Ohio State University under this agreement to support the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Air Force Agility Prime "flying car" efforts, which is a follow-up to the Commoditized Confidence Through Software Assurance (CCSA) effort declared in December 2020.
The use of unmanned aerial systems (UASs) in the commercial and defense sectors is increasing at an alarming rate. While new UAS capabilities are being developed at an increasing rate, the ability to integrate new software into existing systems poses serious risks of exposing cybersecurity risks. In order to maintain air superiority, the United States Air Force is responding to these challenges. Tangram Flex will assist the Air Force in this Phase II effort by providing solutions to streamline the analysis and testing abilities for UASs and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle systems. Tangram Flex's solutions, developed in collaboration with The Ohio State University, will provide high confidence in the accuracy, safety, and cyber security of UASs and eVTOL vehicle systems.
"Tangram Flex is dedicated to building technology that enables our customers to rapidly integrate new capabilities with high levels of confidence," stated Mr. Ricky Peters, CEO of Tangram Flex. "Our engineering team develops cutting-edge solutions in support of the Air Force. I'm incredibly proud of our team's skills and the code generation technologies we have built that empower our customers to engage in the next frontier of software-driven innovation."