Infinity Labs is proud to share our vision to build a world class R&D and prototyping facility in Dayton, Ohio. As part of Infinity’s commitment to the Gem City and Ohio, the Power House will serve as a catalyst for economic growth and workforce development among census tracts in need of attention and development. As a central pillar in the vision, Infinity will build and scale local technical talent with support from many valued partners including local, regional, and state organizations, businesses, and universities. Through the help of these partners and organizations like Jobs Ohio, Infinity Labs sees an opportunity to make Dayton a national leader in community-based job training, upskilling for job growth and the reduction of economic disparities through purposeful and deliberate workforce development. Future updates on this project are forthcoming and will be available in the ‘news’ section of our website.
Below is an artistic rendering showing the future of the Power House exterior juxtaposed against the current state of the building. It’s going to be a phenomenal amount of work but is a challenge we’re passionate about pursuing.
For information specific to the company’s 2021 Priority Development and Advocacy Committee (PDAC) application, please review the Dayton Business Journal article link here.
Infinity Labs is pleased to announce the company’s selection as a 2021 Dayton Business Journal Business of the Year for the ‘Veteran-owned’ business category. With an awards ceremony on Veteran’s Day, Chief Strategy Officer, Jason Molnar, an Army veteran himself, proudly accepted the award on behalf of the company at the black-tie gala held at Dayton’s Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. In his speech, Molnar thanked Infinity Labs employees reminding the audience that starting the company “was and has always been about them.” Further, Molnar highlighted the company’s plans to build on the successes of 2020 and 2021 with a transformational year in 2022.
Infinity would also like to recognize the talented staff and news team at the Dayton Business Journal whose tireless efforts to put businesses first and recognize entrepreneurs in the region, is second to none. Also of note, Infinity was a finalist in the ‘Rookie’ business category as well.
We are excited to announce our inclusion into the Ohio TechCred website as a training provider for both the AFSIM User and Developer Training certificate courses. Our AFSIM training courses have been a resounding success and we hope this allows defense contractors to get even more of their workforce trained on these vital skills required across many DoD programs and beyond. This is a great benefit to many companies wanting to improve their workforce skills through reimbursable training.
For existing TechCred participants, you can find us under AFSIM within the credential list by visiting the TechCred credential list here, and searching for AFSIM.
If you’re an Ohio business not currently enrolled in the program, we encourage you to visit the TechCred website. The program allows businesses to identify skills needed for their workforce, partner with a credential provider and apply for reimbursable credential training. To learn more about the process involved, please see TechCred’s About page.
Be sure to check out our AFSIM Training page for upcoming classes and get registered. We hope to see you there!
We’re proud to be a 2021 ‘Business of the Year’ honoree in two distinct categories; ‘Rookie Business’ and ‘Veteran Business’ of the Year. None of this recognition is possible or remotely achievable without the heart and soul of the company, our wonderfully energized and dedicated employees.
Honorees are selected by a combination of guest judges and the Dayton Business Journal Editorial Board. Category winners are selected by a panel of outside judges. Category winners and the overall ‘Business of the Year’ winner will be announced at the black-tie gala hosted by the Dayton Business Journal on November 11th, 2021. We’ll see you there!
After just one year in business, we are humbled to have been named a 2021 ‘Best Place to Work’ honoree in the Dayton, Ohio region. We’re so incredibly fortunate to have the people whose passion for transformative R&D and disruptive science acceleration shines so brightly in both their work and their enthusiasm for the culture and company we’re building together.
The feedback from the third party administered surveys indicated employees sincerely appreciate the gold-plated health benefits, the generous retirement benefits, and the opportunities to pursue their own ideas without limits. We would like to thank the the entire Infinity Labs team that makes it possible as well as the Dayton Business Journal for the shepherding of the nomination and award processes and are looking forward to 2022’s event!
We are excited to announce not only one but two Agility Prime Phase II awards! The first effort will focus on Urban Air Mobility for satellite communications connectivity while the second effort will focus on emerging battery technologies.
We are confident that the technologies and toolsets we’re working on to support the UAM network bring significant value-added to eVTOL primes as well as other users in both the commercial and defense sectors. In total, these awards account for nearly $1.5M in funding over a 15 month period-of-performance. As a two-time Agility Prime Phase II awardee, this is an honor we do not take lightly and remain humbled at AFWERX’s confidence in our technical understanding and approach. These awards expand the company’s R&D bonafides, infrastructure, and innovative mindset to solve the world’s hardest problems.
Word is getting out about the great things brewing at Infinity Labs! We’ve received some recent coverage about our tremendous growth and near-term plans in the Dayton Business Journal as well as local FOX and ABC affiliates WRGT and WKEF.
See the Dayton Business Journal report here and the FOX and ABC affiliate coverage here.
The formula for this growth has been simple: hire the best and point them at the toughest problems. Excellence attracts excellence and delivering results leads to harder problems to solve. If this sounds like your cup of tea, then you should check out our current job openings in Dayton and around the country here.
We are both humbled and honored to be selected by the Dayton Development Coalition for the “2020 Entrepreneurial Startup” award. This would not be possible without our amazing team who each bring next level innovation and skill to everything that they do.
A special thanks goes out to the Linquest/Perduco Team for the support they have given us in our startup journey.
Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t give thanks to the amazing Dayton Development Coalition for their continued support during this process and never-ending willingness to answer questions and help us find creative solutions.
Here’s the official announcement in case you missed it.
We’re excited to announce our award of three research contracts from the U.S. Air Force as part of Agility Prime, a non-traditional program to accelerate the commercial market for advanced air mobility vehicles.
The research addresses emerging technology needs and ecosystem-wide capabilities in three key areas: (i) enterprise optimization of urban air mobility satellite communications; (ii) lifecycle tradespace analysis of emerging urban air mobility battery technologies; and (iii) immersive 3D auditory perception in urban air mobility operating environments. Infinity Labs is teamed with The Ohio State University in all efforts.
The solutions being developed by the Infinity Labs team are geared toward “big picture” understanding of synergies amongst enabling technologies, vehicle platforms, and system-of-system implications of commercial and military operations. In addition to addressing specific research questions as part of Agility Prime, the Infinity Labs team will be creating a flexible and open analytical framework that effectively brings digital acquisition tools and methodologies to the urban air mobility market.
In addition to The Ohio State University, the Infinity Labs team also includes Ansys – the global leader in engineering simulation. Scott Granger, Director for USAF Programs at Ansys states, “Ansys is proud to collaborate with Infinity Labs on Agility Prime and push the boundaries of innovation. Digital engineering is a core tenant to Air Force strategy and building virtual twins of UAMs with Infinity Labs will help demonstrate the value of modeling & simulation.”
Infinity Labs is grateful for the support from our research and industrial partners and the sponsorship from the Air Force Research Laboratory. We would also like to thank Dr. Will Roper, SAF/AQ, whose visionary leadership continues to inspire and enable innovators throughout the defense community.
Infinity Labs is an innovation-focused defense firm based in Dayton, Ohio that fosters an entrepreneurial mindset to solve our nation’s hardest problems. Want to learn more? Check out the rest of our website.
The pirates of Infinity Labs proudly raise their colors and claim victory over the status quo today. We gleefully announce a $950M ceiling IDIQ Prime award on the United States Air Force Advanced Battle Management System program. For a moment, we’d like to put down our celebratory ale horns and humbly thank the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) for both the honor and opportunity associated with this award. While Infinity Labs is a relatively new company, this award demonstrates the breadth and depth of our capability in this domain. Thank you for the selection. The official approved media statement follows:
Infinity Labs LLC has been awarded a $950,000,000 ceiling indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the maturation, demonstration and proliferation of capability across platforms and domains, leveraging open systems design, modern software and algorithm development in order to enable Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). This contract is part of a multiple award multi-level security effort to provide development and operation of systems as a unified force across all domains (air, land, sea, space, cyber, and electromagnetic spectrum) in an open architecture family of systems that enables capabilities via multiple integrated platforms.
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