Considered the fifth domain, cyber infrastructure has become as essential to our security as water and electrical systems. Cyberspace is an evolving domain with emergent risks. Although the proliferation of technology leads to new risks, it also provides an opportunity for innovation. ASURE applies ASU research in the cybersecurity domain and to expand classified solutions to identify and develop plans to address gaps in analytic capabilities and risk management in support of the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security.
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In an age of unprecedented technological growth, the ability to rapidly apply innovative technology gives our customers a competitive advantage. By combining ASURE’s defense-focused expertise and ability to support classified research with ASU’s unsurpassed intellectual resources, we can accelerate innovation in advanced materials and manufacturing, flexible electronics, power systems, wireless communication technologies, unmanned aerial vehicles, and autonomous systems and robotics.
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Bringing the new carbon economy to fruition offers enormous potential to transform our world for the better, into a society where carbon from the air — rather than oil, gas and coal in the ground — powers the global economy and restores balance to the earth’s carbon cycle.
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Just as it was in 1962 when President John F. Kennedy spoke of the imperative to go to the moon, space is a realm for heroes. Today, accomplishing feats that include colonizing Mars requires a radical new model for transforming technologies and people by maximizing the creative potential of both.
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