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Ricardo Successfully Administers First DARPA FANG ChallengeVAN BUREN TWP. -- Ricardo Inc., the United States subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based engineering technology provider Ricardo plc, announced that it succesfully administered the Fast Adaptable Next-Generation Ground Vehicle (FANG) Mobility-Drivetrain Challenge for the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the first of three planned FANG competitions.
Michigan Tech Research Institute Receives Radar Defense ContractThe Michigan Tech Research Institute in Ann Arbor has signed a six-month, $1 million contract with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to conduct research in adaptive radar countermeasures.
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Velocity Center Hitting Its Stride In Defense, ManufacturingA former child care center in the heart of Macomb County's defense and automotive belt is getting busier and busier as a business incubator.
Macomb-OU Biz Incubator Gets New Defense RoleThe Macomb-OU INCubator has been selected by the Michigan Economic Development Corp. to administer the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Federal Matching Program for the State of Michigan.
Ricardo Awarded DARPA Contract To Stage FANG ChallengeRicardo Inc., the United States subsidiary of the United Kingdom-based automotive and manufacturing engineering provider Ricardo plc, has been selected by the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to stage the FANG Challenge, a series of three competitions designed to produce the Fast, Adaptable, Next-Generation Ground vehicle.
Adaptive Materials Wins $1.5M Contract Option for 50-Watt Army Fuel Cells