BHEF's Strategic Business Engagement Model moves business and higher education from transactional relationships to strategic partnerships to meet workforce needs.
Recognizing the need to secure cyber-physical systems both nationally and statewide, Virginia has developed a world-leading technology ecosystem founded on private industry innovation and public-private partnership. These case studies highlight Northrop Grumman Corporation’s, Raytheon Company’s, and Telos Corporation’s work in Virginia with cyber-physical systems.
These case studies serve as specific examples of companies' responses to the challenges and opportunities outlined in Gaining Ground in Virginia, a report from BHEF about the national cyber-physical systems challenge and how Virginia is meeting the threat. These case studies outline each company’s cyber-physical system focus:
- Northrop Grumman Corporation’s work at the intersection of cyber-physical systems and critical infrastructure
- Raytheon Company’s work at the intersection of cyber-physical systems and autonomy
- Telos Corporation’s work at the intersection of cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things