Elder Research partnered with the Link Lab, the University of Virginia School of Engineering’s 17,000-square-foot cyber-physical systems research incubator.
UVA launched the Link Lab in 2016 with a mission to catalyze innovation in cyber-physical system technologies that broadly benefit society. Since its founding, the Link Lab has attracted $62 million in research funding.
Through the partnership, Elder Research will have dialogues with UVA computer scientists and engineers who are leading research on new ways to use technology to solve complicated problems.
“Interdisciplinary cyber-physical systems research, aimed at solving grand global challenges, directly intersects with the work we are doing to help our clients,” said Will Goodrum, Director of Research and Development at Elder Research. “Link Lab is the place where trusted researchers are applying autonomy and machine learning to bring their fields into the 21st century. Their work will be a driver to transform current technologies into next-generation solutions.”Read the Press Release