U.S. Air Force Research Lab to Collaborate with Israel’s Ben Gurion University on Aviation Algorithms
The three-year project will focus on developing algorithms that monitor the health of aviation engines
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has signed a three-year research agreement to collaborate with Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) on developing algorithms that monitor the health of aviation engines, BGU announced on Sunday.
AFRL is an Ohio-headquartered research organization established in 1997 by the U.S. Air Force. AFRL focuses on research development and integration of affordable technologies for the U.S. air, space and cyberspace force. It employs 10,000 people in 49 locations worldwide, according to a statement.
BGU is a research university established in 1969 and located in Beer Sheva, a desert town in Israel's south. Earlier this month, BGU launched a $1 million investment fund, for technologies developed and conceived by BGU students and graduates.
Renata Klein, founder and CEO of Israel-based diagnostics company R.K. Diagnostics Ltd. will also take part in the project, according to the announcement.