Vita gains further traction with the US Air Force
We are excited to be working with MD5 on this important mission which will save lives all over the USAF
Today, Vita Inclinata Technologies, a Seattle and Denver based aerospace company received a United States Air Force contract to complete a feasibility study on the application of unmanned hoisting stability control systems with manned flight operations. Under the SBIR topic 001 for Q4, 2018, Vita will be working with MD5, a special unit within the USAF and created under the Defense Innovation Initiative started by Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter. MD5’s mission is to accelerate the dissemination of innovation knowledge and methods throughout the DoD workforce. MD5 is building new communities of innovators to create a novel capacity for national security problem solving. MD5 helps generate and increase the number and viability of dual-use ventures that serve the needs of our warfighters. We are excited to be working with MD5 on this important mission which will save lives all over the USAF.