Norwich University, in partnership with Spotlight Labs, has been awarded a three-year $371,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to continue work on the Impact of Cockpit Electro-Magnetics on Aircrew Neurology (ICEMAN) project.
Dr. Brian Bradke, a former U.S. Air Force pilot and Norwich University professor, is chief operating officer and executive vice president of Spotlight Labs, an armed forces-veteran-owned human-performance analytics and sensor company.
“Spotlight Labs is incredibly excited to be partnered with Norwich University and NUARI for this exciting work,” Bradke said. “As a fighter pilot, I’ve often found myself wondering how electromagnetic radiation or other environmental hazards might impact pilots, passengers and aircrew.
A SBIR grant from DARPA, through NUARI and in partnership with Spotlight Labs, funded the project.
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