Curved Skies, which demonstrates high-altitude geospatial technologies, performs sensor risk reduction studies for commercial and government clients, and has a track record of transitioning systems to commercial capabilities and to next-generation space applications. Since 2012, Curved Skies has operated and proven technologies in South America, Africa, and the Middle East in support of government developmental requirements in challenging environments.
"Southern Research is a perfect home for our personnel to continue our important mission of supporting the aerospace industry through high altitude technologies and communication solutions," said Jared Novick, CEO of Curved Skies. "I've always believed that operational experience and real-world feedback drives innovation. Our personnel now have a home to innovate and engineer solutions we know customers require."
About Southern Research
Founded in 1941 in Birmingham, Alabama, Southern Research is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) scientific and engineering research organization that conducts preclinical drug discovery and development; advanced engineering research in materials and systems development; and energy and environmental research. Approximately 500 team members support clients and partners in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, defense, aerospace, environmental, and energy industries in facilities in Alabama, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, and Texas. Learn more at www.SouthernResearch.org.
About Curved Skies
Curved Skies LLC is an aerospace professional services company that demonstrates high altitude geospatial technologies, transitions systems to operational applications, and performs engineering studies for commercial and government clients. Curved Skies assists customers, through coordinated public/private partnerships, in high altitude technologies and communication solutions.
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