Lockheed Martin and Rowan University announced a partnership last week that they hope will further research and development of nextgeneration radar technologies critical to national defense and civilian applications.
The groups said in a release that they will work together on radar component prototyping and analysis, system performance test and evaluation, radar engineering curriculum and educational program development, and supportability and sustainable innovation models.
The research will be conducted at the South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University in Mantua Township, which is about a mile from Rowan's main campus in Glassboro.
"We are excited to prepare for this next step in our partnership with Rowan University to collaborate on the next generation of products," Carmen Valentino, vice president of Naval Radar and Future Systems at Lockheed Martin, said. - Meg Fry
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