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 […]
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 […]
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.
In this era of highly advanced technology, some fire and EMS agencies still use paging systems to communicate about incidents. The communication is often sequential in nature and not the best avenue […]
The WRC has been supporting the adoption of various aspects of 5G technologies to solve complex wireless challenges across several market sectors. … We’re testing everything from on-body medical devices, wearable devices, all the way up to cellular devices […]
Green Stream Technologies, an environmental monitoring company originally founded in Norfolk, Virginia, is the latest startup to relocate its headquarters to the Wireless Research Center (WRC) in Wake Forest, quickly transforming the sleepy college town into another tech hub.
The Wireless Research Center … added a government technology visionary and former communications advisor to the Pentagon, Paul Allan Sadowski, to the team of senior engineers. … Sadowski’s government career includes U.S. Department of Defense and public safety technology. He is a […]
The Wireless Research Center is an independent, private nonprofit research center dedicated to applied research and engineering. The WRC helps clients from around the world develop products and services that advance wireless technology innovation – from in-body sensors and implanted medical devices to satellites and space exploration.
Success is fostered by building a community of collaboration in public and private sectors, accelerating development of ideas from initial concept through commercial production. The WRC’s novel approach to intellectual property does not require a share of jointly developed inventions, unique among research organizations globally.