RF Design and Antenna Development Training Classes Provided by WRC and TAG

Software Defined Radios Class June 22-26 at WRC

WAKE FOREST, N.C. and Virginia Beach, VA (May 11, 2020)

The Wireless Research Center and The Ascendancy Group are hosting training classes for engineers, developers, and technical teams for RF design and antenna development.

The Wireless Research Center (WRC) is an independent, private nonprofit dedicated to applied research driving communications innovation. The WRC has the expertise and equipment to provide research, development, engineering, and testing of antenna, radio frequency and other wireless technologies as an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) accredited organization.

The WRCs focus on innovation and applied research extends to support federal government […]

2020-05-07T08:28:13-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

Causey Aviation Joins Advanced Mobility Collective for Autonomous Transportation Innovation

COO Jeff Causey Joins AMC Advisory Board

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (May 7, 2020)Causey Aviation Service, Inc. has joined the Advanced Mobility Collective as a sponsor and Chief Operating Officer Jeff Causey has also joined The Collective as a member of the Board of Advisors.

The Advanced Mobility Collective is a community for collaboration to bring new mobility services to life including autonomous air and ground vehicles. The Collective is a nonprofit global community of business, technology, government and research partners.

Causey Aviation Service has provided jet management, jet charter and aircraft maintenance services for more than […]

2020-05-07T08:28:43-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

NASA and Crown Consulting Research Veteran Joins Advanced Mobility Collective

Tom Davis Joins Nonprofit Community as Expert in Residence

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (April 8, 2020)Tom Davis, an aviation and advanced air mobility veteran at NASA and Crown Consulting, has joined the Advanced Mobility Collective as an expert in residence and member of the Board of Advisors.

The Advanced Mobility Collective is a new community for collaboration to bring new mobility services to life. The Collective is a nonprofit global community of business, technology, government and research partners.

“The Collective and our partners are fortunate to have Tom join our team,” said Advanced Mobility Collective Executive Director Todd […]

2020-05-06T21:12:59-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

Advanced Mobility Collective Launches for Autonomous Air and Ground Vehicle Innovation

Healthcare Drone Delivery Innovator WakeMed Joins The Collective Community Focused on 3-D Autonomous Mobility

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (Feb. 25, 2020) – The Advanced Mobility Collective, a new community for collaboration to bring new mobility services to life, launched today with WakeMed Health & Hospitals, Cherokee Nation Business and The Stone Agency as founding partners.

The Collective is a nonprofit global community of business, technology, government and research partners. The community is a catalyst for innovation and economic development for connected and autonomous vehicles in the air and on the ground. Areas of collaboration include cyber-physical infrastructure, airspace management, urban planning, policy and regulation, insurance, private investment, […]

2020-02-25T06:10:30-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

Green Stream Technologies Environmental Monitoring Start-Up Relocates to Wireless Research Center

Commercialization Center Expansion Supports Technology Entrepreneurs

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (Feb 4, 2020) – Green Stream Technologies, an environmental monitoring company, has relocated its headquarters to the Wireless Research Center in the expanded commercialization center in Wake Forest.

Green Stream provides a real-time flood monitoring solution for state, county and municipal agencies, including the N.C. Department of Public Safety. The remote sensor network and software solutions produce real-time data for the state’s Flood Inundation Mapping System. Green Stream’s automated flood sensor IoT network alerts customers when and where roads are flooded along with data about the depth of water and when it recedes.

State […]

2020-02-05T04:51:53-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

Wireless Research Center Rapidly Expanding Government Technology Innovation and Support for Clients

Government Technology Veteran Paul Allan Sadowski Brings Extensive Federal and State Government Experience to WRC team

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (Jan. 27, 2020) – The Wireless Research Center continues to expand applied research and development services for state and federal government and has added a government technology visionary and former communications advisor to the Pentagon, Paul Allan Sadowski, to the team of senior engineers.

The Wireless Research Center (WRC) is an independent, private nonprofit dedicated to applied research driving communications innovation. The WRC has the expertise and equipment to provide research, development, engineering, and testing of antenna, radio frequency and other wireless technologies as an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) accredited […]

2020-05-07T08:16:30-05:00By |News Releases, Press Releases|

NSF Announces Raleigh and Cary as Testbed Sites for Advanced Wireless

NC State to lead research aimed at creating a more flexible and adaptable 5G network


Sept. 18, 2019 Fifth generation (5G) wireless networks hold promise to be as much as 10 times more efficient than current 4G networks, with faster speeds and higher capacity to support many more data connections than previously possible.

To ensure the nation’s leadership in 5G, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and an industry consortium have invested $100 million over the next seven years to build specialized wireless networks for U.S. researchers to test new ways of increasing wireless speed and capacity.

North Carolina’s Research Triangle region has been selected to host the third wireless platform.

“The […]

2020-05-07T08:16:48-05:00By |News Releases|

RIoT Showcases IoT Innovation Shaping Government and Military Technology in Washington, D.C.

Public Invited to Join Discussion with IoT Experts at Mindspace

Keynote: IoT—4th Industrial Revolution or a Cybersecurity Armageddon?


Washington D.C. (Sept. 12, 2019) – From smart city projects to cybersecurity, discover the IoT trends fostering the thriving DC ecosystem. A former White House cybersecurity official and entrepreneur with a venture capital firm will deliver the keynote presentation.

RIoT, a community of technologists, engineers, business leaders, academics, policy makers and entrepreneurs who have a role in the Internet of Things of connected devices, will host the event to explore about IoT is shaping the next generation of government and military technology.

IoT entrepreneurs and industry experts will share how they’re innovating, showcasing emerging […]

2019-09-17T19:02:49-05:00By |News Releases|

The Wireless Research Center Supports Rotary Entrepreneur Mentorship Launch Programs in Honor of Larry Steffann

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (Sept. 3, 2019) – The Wireless Research Center, in honor and memoriam to Larry Steffann, is supporting the Rotary Club’s new Launch Rolesville and the Launch Wake Forest programs to help entrepreneurs start and expand businesses.

Steffann served as a general manager of the WRC from 2013 until his death from illness in 2018. He was a serial entrepreneur including working with two companies with successful “exits” through an initial public offering (IPO) and a corporate acquisition. He was a co-founder of RIoT, the WRC’s economic development initiative to establish partnerships and collaboration for the Internet of Things (IoT) that has grown to include more than […]

2019-09-12T16:04:59-05:00By |News Releases|

Wireless Network Technology Visionary Asokan Ram Joins the Wireless Research Center

Wireless Technologist from Ericsson and Ixia Advances WRC Wireless Systems Expertise Including Satellite, Aviation and Defense Technology


WAKE FOREST, N.C. (June 6, 2019) – Asokan Ram has joined the Wireless Research Center as senior architect. He brings three decades of wireless networking experience including satellite, aviation and defense communication systems, expanding the engineering services available to clients worldwide.

Asokan has 25 patents and was recognized with Sony Ericsson’s Distinguished Inventor Award, Ixia Engineering Master Award, and Ixia Technical Excellence Award. “Asokan supplements our deep radio frequency and antenna expertise with broad wireless systems knowledge deeper into the network platform hardware and software,” said Gerard Hayes, Wireless Research Center (WRC) […]

2019-08-06T14:46:33-05:00By |News Releases|