The Wireless Research Center focus on innovation and applied research extends to support federal government initiatives and the U.S. Department of Defense. Work includes a partnership and serving as a supplier of wireless development expertise and testing services with The Ascendancy Group (TAG).
With a global reach, TAG’s is a service-disabled veteran owned small business with a government team of former members of the Department of Defense, federal law enforcement and the U.S. intelligence community.
WRC Senior Engineer John Swartz joined the WRC with more than 30 years of experience in electrical engineering performing research and development for defense, medical, industrial and university labs, including Booz Allen Hamilton and RTI Corporation.
Other recent WRC government customers include a Phase 1 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) project for the U.S. Air Force and a Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research project for the U.S. Special Forces Command (SOCOM). The WRC is also a partner with Edmond Scientific Company on a $46.75 million U.S. Army contract. Earlier this year, the WRC joined OTA consortia used by federal agencies for advancing research and development – Information Warfare Research Project and C5 Consortium.
“John joined us as visionary in defense communications and is leading our team collaborating with a growing list of customers for development of government and defense communications systems,” said WRC founder and CEO Gerard Hayes.