Huntsville, AL – EngeniusMicro, a leader in developing innovative solutions for the defense industry, has been awarded a contract by the United States government for the “Wearable Radio Frequency Weapon Exposure Detector”. The goal of the contract is to evaluate and develop a low-cost, low-weight, and small-sized wearable radio frequency weapon exposure dosimeter to measure the levels of RF energy received by warfighters and understand the impact of RF energy on their health and performance.
RF weapons are a growing concern in the battlefield, and as the defense industry continues to understand the effects of RF energy on electronic systems, there is a pressing need to gather data on the biological impact of RF energy on warfighters. EngeniusMicro’s dosimeter aims to fill this gap and provide valuable information to the defense community on the effects of RF energy on the human body.
Dr. Michael Kranz, the Principal Investigator of the project, said, “We are proud to be awarded this contract and are committed to developing a wearable dosimeter that will provide critical information to the defense community on the impact of RF energy on warfighters. We believe that this technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we understand and mitigate the effects of RF energy on human health and performance.”
For more information about this project including purchasing evaluation units contact Dr. Brian English, firstname.lastname@example.org, 770-289-8272.