Envistacom has opened a facility in Duluth, Georgia, to research and develop technology platforms intended to support the Defense Department‘s military communications and counterterrorism efforts.
The company said Tuesday its 25,000 square-foot innovation center includes space for Envistacom customers to engineer and test counterterrorism, satellite communications and cybersecurity systems.
Alan Carson, a vice president of Envistacom, said the company aims to help equip U.S. warfighters with multiple technologies.
Brian Smith, president of the National Defense Industry Association’s Georgia Chapter, said the state is home to the U.S. Cyber Command at Fort Gordon and the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center.
Envistacom currently looks for highly-skilled professionals to support the companies’ core operations.
The company also holds a position on the U.S. Army‘s potential five-year, $480 million Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Support contract vehicle.