Ohio’s Commitment to Aerospace Innovation Sparks Resonant Sciences Expansion
Ohio investment will help company better serve aerospace and defense clients
Company Name: Resonant Sciences LLC
Industry Sector: Aerospace & Aviation
Company Profile: Resonant Sciences’ research and development work is focused on transitioning innovative technologies and solutions to developmental and operational platforms. The company’s areas of expertise include FSS radome and antenna design and fabrication, custom electronic solutions, and RF/EO/IR modeling and measurements of materials, antennas, radomes and subsystems.
Company Website: www.resonantsciences.com
Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 30
- Jobs retained: 48
Capital Investment: $2,205,000
Resonant Sciences began in the Dayton region in 2015 and has grown to employ over 65 people. Resonant designs and hardware have been proven through flight evaluations and are currently fielded on multiple government and commercial platforms. The company’s technical staff is nationally recognized for contributions to their respective areas of specialization.
The company sought expansion to better serve aerospace and defense clients.
“When we started our company five years ago, the Dayton region had everything we needed. The region’s culture of innovation, combined with a strong commitment to aerospace companies, creates an excellent environment for growth. We’re grateful for the support we’ve received from JobsOhio, the Ohio Development Services Agency and the Dayton Development Coalition and are excited for this next phase.”
- Micah North, president and founder, Resonant
Resonant Sciences will invest more than $2 million in a 15,000-square-foot expansion to its Beavercreek location near Dayton while maintaining operations at 3975 Research Boulevard.
Ohio is the birthplace of aviation and continues today as a place for leading-edge aerospace and aviation research, innovation and collaborative development. The state has an impressive mix of government, corporate and military investment in the industry, including Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, home to the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Dayton Development Coalition, JobsOhio and Ohio Development Services Agency