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  • Writer's pictureGaurav Bajaj

Little Place Labs joins NSIN Propel New York 2023 Cohort

We are delighted to share with you the exciting news that Little Place Labs has been selected to be a part of the National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) Propel New York 2023 program.

The NSIN Propel New York 2023, a prestigious collaboration with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Information Directorate, is known for its commendable work in the fields of command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I) and cyber technologies for the U.S. Air Force (USAF).

This initiative brings together a dynamic cohort of startups focusing on resilient basing, moving target engagement, and operationally focused Advanced Battle Management Systems (ABMS). The members of this cohort are at the forefront of developing technology solutions optimized to address the operational imperatives of the USAF and the broader U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) community.

We are thrilled to be recognized as one of these innovative startups. Our mission at Little Place Labs is to deliver timely intelligence to users when and how they need it. Our inclusion in this program will help us achieve our mission faster and more efficiently.

We are proud to stand alongside the other brilliant startups in this cohort. These include innovative companies like Circle Optics, Normal Computing, One Radio Corporation, Bazze, Kinnami Software Corporation, Haylon Technologies,, Pryon, and Troverlo.

Being a part of this program is a validation of our efforts and an indication of the promise and potential of our work. We are eager to continue our journey of innovation and contribute to the future of space technology and national security. We appreciate the support of our team, partners, and community and look forward to making the most of this opportunity.

About NSIN: The National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) is a program office in the U.S. Department of Defense, nested within the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU). NSIN creates opportunities for collaboration across diverse communities and connects those who might not traditionally work in national security to help drive innovation and develop technologies that support the individuals responsible for protecting our country.

As published on NSIN Website -

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