Networks and Information Science International Technology Alliance (ITA)

Networks and Information Science International Technology Alliance (ITA)

The Network and Information Sciences International Technology Alliance (ITA) is a bilateral cooperative technology agreement between ARL and the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence. The ITA brings together government, industry and academia to address the fundamental science underpinning the complex information network issues that are vital to future coalition military operations and engage the partners in a collaborative environment to fully exploit the joint development of emerging technologies. The ITA addresses some of the fundamental science underpinning the complex information network issues that are vital to future coalition military operations and engage the partners in a collaborative environment to fully exploit the joint development of emerging technologies.

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    Technical Areas

    • Network Theory
    • Security Across a System of Systems
    • Sensor Information Processing and Delivery
    • Distributed Coalition Planning and Decision Making
    • Coalition Interoperable Secure and Hybrid Networks
    • Coalition Information Processing for Decision Making

    Partners

    Consortium Lead: IBM Research (US) & IBM Emerging Technology (UK)

    US Partners

    Industry

    • IBM
    • Raytheon BBN Technologies
    • The Boeing Corporation
    • Honeywell International
    • Applied Research Associates Inc.

    UK Partners

    Industry

    • IBM UK
    • Logica CMG
    • Roke Manor Research Ltd.
    • Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd.
    • Airbus Group
     

    Academia

    • Carnegie Mellon University
    • City University of New York
    • Columbia University
    • Pennsylvania State University
    • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    • University of California Los Angeles
    • University of Maryland
    • University of Massachusetts at Amherst

    Academia

    • Cardiff University
    • Cranfield University(RMCS)
    • Imperial College, London
    • Royal Holloway University of London
    • University of Aberdeen
    • University of Cambridge
    • Universityof Southampton
    • York University
     
 

Last Update / Reviewed: February 16, 2011