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C Speed's LightWave Radar Mitigates US Air Force Raytheon ASR-11 (DASR)

SEPTEMBER 2016

C Speed has completed its research effort to explore integration techniques for the LightWave Radar with the Travis AFB Raytheon ASR-11 Digital Airport Surveillance Radar (DASR). Integration of the two radar sources successfully demonstrated improvement to the air picture when non-transmitting targets encroach on the extensive Wind Resource Area. Travis AFB is adjacent to more than 600 wind turbines that have impacted the air picture by interfering with the existing DASR system. C Speed’s efforts were made in collaboration with Travis AFB via a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) that commenced in 2013. USTRANSCOM signed the CRADA on behalf of its Air Force Transportation Component Command, Air Mobility Command, the parent command of Travis Air Force Base (AFB).

View Travis Air Force Base announcement.

LightWave Radar Shortlisted for 'Innovation Award' by IHS Jane's

IHS JANE'S HAS ANNOUNCED C SPEED'S LIGHTWAVE RADAR AS SHORTLISTED FOR THE ATC AWARDS 2015

Madrid, Spain - C Speed's LightWave Radar wind turbine clutter mitigation radar system is one of four entries to be shortlisted for the "INNOVATION AWARD - for small enterprises that have raised ATM performance". The winners and shortlisted nominees for the IHS Jane's ATC Awards 2015 will be recognized at the awards ceremony on 9 March, held during the CANSO ATM Dinner in Madrid. This event takes place at the Galeria de Cristal, Madrid, before World ATM Congress.

The Mission of CANSO is to be the global voice of air traffic management (ATM) in the transformation of the aviation system; creating value for Members and stakeholders.

View full announcement at CANSO.org

LightWave Radar Shortlisted for 'Breakthrough of the Year' Award by RenewableUK

RENEWABLEUK HAS ANNOUNCED C SPEED'S LIGHTWAVE RADAR AS SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2014 BREAKTHROUGH AWARD

London, UK - C Speed's LightWave Radar wind turbine clutter mitigation radar system is one of three entries to be shortlisted for the renewable 'Breakthrough of the Year' award to be presented at the RenewableUK 2014 Gala Dinner event to be held November 12, 2014. A LightWave Radar system that mitigates the clutter generated by wind turbines, was purchased and successfully installed at Kent’s International Airport Manston. By mitigating the clutter, the system solves the issue that causes airports to object to the construction of wind farms. Thus C Speed broke through to the renewables industry and forever transformed the wind developer’s ability to build near airports. Today, in 2014, LightWave Radar remains the first and only radar to be purchased in the UK for clutter mitigation that does not require terrain screening.

RenewableUK is the UK's leading not for profit renewable energy trade association. Their vision is for renewable energy to play a leading role in powering the UK.

View full announcement at RenewableUK.com

CEO David Lysack Honored by RIT

RIT ELECTRICAL/MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING ACADEMY TO HONOR C SPEED, LLC CEO AND ALUMNUS DAVID LYSACK

Rochester, New York - The Rochester Institute of Technology Electrical/Microelectronic Engineering Academy has announced selection of C Speed, LLC CEO David Lysack as the alumnus for 2014 induction.  The RIT department of electrical/microelectronic engineering academy recognizes alumni who have demonstrated exemplary professional careers and achievements.

The entire C Speed team congratulations David on this great honor.

View event announcement at RIT

Clarkson University & C Speed, LLC Team Up

REP. OWENS ANNOUNCES CLARKSON UNIVERSITY and C SPEED, LLC ALLIANCE

Potsdam, New York - Last week in Washington, Congressman Bill Owens congratulated Clarkson University and C Speed, LLC (Liverpool, NY), a high technology engineering and manufacturing company, for their new partnership that leverages the strengths of C Speed's high tech product development and manufacturing operations with Clarkson's resources in advanced materials processing, aerodynamics and renewable energy. Together, the two organizations will establish a technical center in Peyton Hall on Clarkson's Village Campus.

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View Release at Clarkson University

New Hires

C Speed is area leader in hiring more interns/grads from the CASE program at SU than any other company since CASE's inception.

View CASE letter

C Speed LLC won't reverse the tide of lost manufacturing jobs by itself, but the high-tech company in Salina has growth plans.

The company is based at 316 Commerce Blvd., in Salina, but C Speed recently opened a new 11,000-square-foot manufacturing facility about a mile away at 4465 Steelway Blvd., Clay. There it plans to increase production of so-called "black box" devices it designs and produces for military contractors, electronics manufacturers and others.

See full press release at Syracuse.com

Central New York's wave of innovation

In 1981, 17-year-old Lysack left his family’s Orange County, N.Y., onion farm to study electrical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. From there he joined GE in Syracuse, then SRC while attending SU for a master’s degree in computer engineering. He started his own electronics company in Liverpool, Perigee.  He and his business partner, Justin Louise, then started a second company, C Speed, its name referring to the speed of light, where they have 35 employees, most of them engineers.

See full press release at Syracuse.com

2010 Technology Company of the Year 

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO CNY

C Speed, LLC received the ‘2010 Technology Company of the Year’ from the Technology Alliance of Central New York at its annual awards banquet that was held on September 20, 2010 in Syracuse.  To be recognized in this way is especially meaningful to its growing team as recent award winners have included Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lockheed Martin, and Welch-Allyn.

The Technology Alliance of Central New York exists to enhance and facilitate the development, growth, and advancement of education, awareness and historical appreciation of technology within the Central New York Community. Through its programs and support efforts, the Technology Alliance seeks to further serve members, as well as educational groups and institutions with similar missions, and be the key link among technical societies in Central New York.

International Wind and Radar Forum 

The International Wind and Radar Forum will provide an exclusive opportunity for government and industry stakeholders from Europe and North America to openly share their ideas and experiences regarding the interaction of wind turbines and radar equipment. The forum will also enable discussion of the impact of wind turbines on military testing and training operations. One of the confirmed speakers is David A. Lysack, President, C Speed, LLC.

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