Infinity Labs Obtains Second Phase II Agility Prime Contract

Ohio’s Infinity Labs is the first to receive two Phase II Agility Prime contracts. Agility Prime is the Air Force’s development of electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft – or flying cars. This makes Infinity Labs the first to receive two Phase II and three Phase I awards in the Agility Prime project. 

The latest Phase II award is set to focus on the analysis of their emerging “Urban Air Mobility” (UAM) battery technologies, and the Dayton company’s effort establishes an open-source modeling, simulation, and analysis toolset. Research into the potential of reusing and recycling batteries to obtain second-life applications will advance the industry and expand Infinity Labs reach. This award comes with $750,000 over a 15-month period. 

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