Having inked a deal to more than double the space at its 6100 Uptown Boulevard location, Verus Research will add the 7th floor of the building to its current 2nd floor lease. With occupancy planned for late 2020, this development will bring the Company’s Albuquerque footprint to 56,000 square feet in 4 locations. Please see Albuquerque Business First for the coverage.
Verus Research received its second major delivery order under the Test & Evaluation Non-Kinetic contract issued by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI). The $11.4M, 4-year award builds on the Company’s impressive successes in dense plasma focus (DPF) research.
Under the new contract, Verus Research will continue to enhance the DPF’s ability to support short-pulse neutron environment testing. This work will include increased neutron output, improved test repeatability, and enhanced reliability for the overall system.
Dr. J. Mark DelGrande, Verus Research Chief Technology Officer, noted the award is a testament to the DPF team’s “commitment and continued superior performance on a highly complex and extremely diverse technology.”
This latest delivery order follows Verus Research’s June 2019 award by PEO STRI of a $13.5M, 5-year effort focused on design, modeling, and assessment of high-power radio frequency surrogate source systems, including assessment of operational prototypes in a relevant employment environment.
Verus Research is proud of its first contract win with the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Sensors Directorate based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract will develop an antenna prototype for measuring space-based electromagnetic radiation in the very low frequency range.
The program includes a parametric antenna suitable for space flight that will measure wave excitation in the ionospheric space plasma. The goal is to fly this antenna on the International Space Station. Dr. J. Mark DelGrande, Verus Research Chief Technology Officer, said the award “represents a revolutionary step towards space in our ever-expanding antenna portfolio.”
Verus Research has for the second year running been named one of New Mexico’s fastest growing private companies of any type. Selected in the “large size” category, Verus Research ranks 7th among companies in annual revenue growth measured from 2016 through 2018. Honorees must also be privately held, for-profit companies and be locally owned and based in New Mexico. We hope you’ll see the detailed coverage in Albuquerque Business First.
See what the editors had to say in the 6/20/2019 edition.
In its first time supporting the Arnold Engineering Development Complex in Tennessee, Verus Research has won a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract that will develop and field a broadband radio frequency (RF) telemetry link to support prototype hypersonic projectile testing. Among the challenges being tackled in this effort is the need to enable high-speed RF reception in highly reflective environments.
Commenting on the award, Dr. J. Mark DelGrande, Verus Research Chief Technology Officer, noted this program will create “revolutionary capabilities to meet the Defense Department’s emerging advanced communication needs.”
Verus Research is #1 in revenue growth in New Mexico among companies with more than $10 million in annual revenue. This is Verus Research’s fourth consecutive Flying 40 honor.
The awards, which began in 1998, aim to recognize the achievements of some of New Mexico’s top-performing technology companies, while celebrating their critical contributions to the state’s economy.
We invite you to see the coverage in the Albuquerque Journal.
Please see the Albuquerque Journal coverage of the Verus Research contract award for non-kinetic test and evaluation technologies.
The Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Space Vehicles Directorate has awarded Verus Research a 2-year, $750,000 contract for “Certification and Validation of Algorithms for Resilient Complex Software Controlled Systems.” This Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) effort is a follow-on to a successful Phase I program in the same technology domain.
Under the program, Verus Research will develop software tools that aid in the design and monitoring of satellite maneuvers. Satellites must obey many pointing requirements, avoid orbit conflicts, and manage other considerations to gather data, communicate, and protect sensitive equipment. With this in mind, Verus Research will develop the algorithms necessary to ensure these requirements are satisfied during satellite controller design with the resulting performance able to be monitored in real-time for continued assurance.
According to Dr. J. Mark DelGrande, “this is further evidence of Verus Research’s advanced capabilities in providing the AFRL Space Vehicles Directorate with cutting edge technology solutions.”