Downtown Dayton Defense Technology Firm to Help Develop U.S. Military Flying Cars

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Tangram Flex, a software integration company headquartered at 607 E. Third St., has been named a partner in developing flying cars for the U.S. military. Tangram will work with The Ohio State University in Columbus to assist the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Air Force Agility Prime efforts, and Tangram engineers will specifically work to “provide high confidence in the correctness, safety and cyber security of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle systems,” according to a Dayton Business Journal report. The firm combines engineering expertise with its Component Software Integration Platform product – Tangram Pro – to arm engineers with customized toolkits for meeting mission needs. In addition to its Dayton headquarters, the company has satellite offices in Arlington, Virginia, and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

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