Specter Aerospace (formerly FGC Plasma Solutions) is based in Cambridge, MA, and was founded in 2013 to commercialize research into plasma-assisted combustion. Specter Aerospace endeavors to develop ground-breaking technologies to improve combustion and other reacting flow processes with applications in energy, aerospace, and defense. To date, Specter Aerospace has collaborated on its technology development with MIT, The University of Notre Dame, Air Force Research Laboratory, Army Research Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory. Specter Aerospace has been awarded SBIR grants/contracts from AFWERX, the U.S. Department of Energy, and NASA for the development of its commercially applicable technologies in the hypersonics, civil aviation, and energy sectors. FGC Plasma has demonstrated world-class expertise in hypersonics, plasma physics, combustion, and advanced propulsion technologies. Its team includes six engineers with backgrounds from major aerospace contractors, national laboratories as well as plasma and hypersonic research groups from top research universities.