Cyberlux has won a high-tech client for its solid-state light-emitting diode security lighting system — the US Air Force’s Air Mobility Battlelab.
The Battlelab is used by the Air Force to help develop technology and tactics for use in global mobility and combat support.
The Air Force chose the external portable boundary lighting system from Cyberlux. It can illuminate an area 250 x 300 feet. The system will be used as part of its security system for aircraft as well as Mobility assets.
Some 25 proposals were considered for the contract.
“The USAF Air Mobility Battlelab requirements for a portable boundary lighting system is the type of project where we can utilize our advanced lighting technology to deliver a first-of-a-kind, breakthrough product solution,” said Mark Schmidt, president and chief operating officer for Cyberlux. “In this project, Cyberlux provided USAF personnel with a significant technological advantage which demonstrates the new agility our military forces have in bringing new technology from the lab to the field.”