Testing proves that the new composite material is close to invisible, absorbing more than 90% of incoming waves compared to the RAMs which absorbed 70-80%. The material would be sprayed onto the aircraft at 3-mm thick, sealing in a few days. Application still needs to be tested. 

The team secured funding from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research to continue testing and to move to scalability for the material. The next step will be finding industry partners to expand the use of the material to submarines, fighter carriers, and more.