Progress in Agility Prime, overseen by the Air Force Research Lab based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, is ongoing. In May, AFWERX Agility Prime, the Air Force outfit directing the work, and Palo Alto, Calif. company Kitty Hawk reached a milestone with their first operational exercise, the Air Force said at the time.
In July, AFWERX said Kitty Hawk has been awarded an airworthiness approval by the Air Force. With that award, the company’s aircraft was able to enter its next phase of flight testing under Air Force direction.
Earlier this year, Dayton Development Coalition awarded Infinity its “2020 Entrepreneurial Startup” award.
Besides the Dayton area, the company also has locations in Florida, Huntsville, Ala. and Colorado Springs.
“As of mid-September, we’ll have 31 employees across five operating locations,” Molnar said Thursday. “We continue to rapidly grow in Dayton approaching 25 employees in the Gem City. Additionally, we have six employees across Florida, Colorado, Alabama, and are actively searching for a new software scientist to support work in Boston with a new customer.”
Today, the company has 17 open job requirements across five locations.