Red 6, a defense technology company that primarily develops augmented reality technology for military training, in a recent press meet has announced that it has opened two new locations in Florida: A headquarters office in downtown Miami and a technology hub in Orlando.The company is thrilled to be one of the many businesses recognizing the benefits and opportunities Florida has to offer.
Red 6 has recently created the Airborne Tactical Augmented Reality Systems that uses augmented reality technology to enable pilots to see synthetic threats while flying. This particular system allows pilots and ground operators identify those threats in real-time, high-speed environments to aid military training exercises.
The company has stated that the new headquarters will place the startup in proximity to the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marines operations in the city's Central Florida Research Park, which is largest science and technology research campus in the state. As of now, the company has 40 employees, and it plans to boost that number to 100 in the next two years. The company did not specify what positions it will be hiring for or how many will be based in its Miami office.