INDIANAPOLIS (March 20, 2019) – The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3) is launching new branding for its consortium, the INdiana Consortium for Advanced Technology Transition (INCATT). Included in the new branding is a logo, color palette and an enhanced website presence at https://in3indiana.com/consortium/. IN3 formed INCATT in late 2018 and today it has grown to include nearly 50 members.
“We are excited to see the impact that INCATT is making in such a short amount of time across Indiana,” General Gene Renuart, USAF (Ret.), chairman and CEO of IN3, said. “We are connecting members from large and small companies, educational institutions, non-profits, government entities and others to work on difficult technical challenges facing the U.S. Department of Defense and industry.”
Through a number of efforts, including regular Member Showcase events to highlight the work of INCATT members, the consortium has been instrumental in helping to form collaborative partnerships with people and organizations which may not have known about each other.
“Indiana is strong in its work in trusted microelectronics, hypersonics and other advanced technologies,” Renuart said. “INCATT provides a vehicle to bring it all together to enhance the great work already being conducted in these areas and others.”
If you would like to learn more about INCATT or become a member, please visit https://in3indiana.com/consortium/ or contact Julie Griffith, EVP of Strategy, Partnerships and Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3):
The Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3) is a non-profit applied research institute that brings together top leaders from government, military, industry and research universities in collaboration with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane). IN3 facilitates and manages collaborative research teams from Indiana University, Purdue University, the University of Notre Dame and other Indiana colleges and universities to perform research in participants’ areas of technical expertise. IN3’s focus is on trusted microelectronics technology and security, hypersonics, electro-optics, sensor fusion, data assurance and energy storage. Work conducted through IN3, accelerates technology commercialization that supports economic prosperity across Indiana with a specific focus on the Indiana Uplands region. For more information about the Indiana Innovation Institute (IN3), visit www.IN3Indiana.com.