Booz Allen-Xerox PARC Team to Eye Sensor Tech, Internet of Things

alliance partnership connectBooz Allen Hamilton and Xerox‘s PARC subsidiary have partnered to offer technical expertise to government and commercial organizations as both companies aim to help clients address their mission and business challenges.

Michael Farber, a Booz Allen executive vice president, said Thursday the alliance will also explore strategies to integrate PARC’s sensor technology and printed electronics offerings into Booz Allen’s Internet of Things, unmanned and autonomous systems, analytics and cybersecurity platforms.

Farber added the companies aim to identify “new pathways to accelerate the introduction and adoption of innovation across a broader array of markets.”

“Together, we will help enterprises take the mystery out of deploying technologies and strategies that could move entire industries,” said Stanley Anderson, senior director of channels and strategic alliances at PARC.

PARC works with other companies to create business models and innovation strategies for public and private sector customers through its Strategic Alliances Program.

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