United States Air Force Academy Plans Center for Cyber Innovation

Published 7-9-2019
  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation
  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation
  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation
  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation
  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation

    Courtesy of the United States Air Force Academy.

  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation

    Courtesy of the United States Air Force Academy.

  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation

    Courtesy of the United States Air Force Academy.

  • United States Air Force Academy - Center for Cyber Innovation

    Courtesy of the United States Air Force Academy.

The United States Air Force Academy is planning to build the Center for Cyber Innovation in Colorado Springs, Colo. Designed by AECOM, the 47,600-sf facility will house the academy's Department of Computer and Cyber Sciences, the Air Force's CyberWorx center, and the Department of Homeland Security's Center of Innovation. Featuring reconfigurable modules, the facility will offer 31 breakout rooms, three technology-rich classrooms, and ten collaborative labs:

  • Industrial Control and Platform Security Lab
  • Vehicle Lab
  • Forensics and Reverse Engineering Lab
  • Immersive Environment, Data Visualization, and Decision Support Lab
  • Cross-Domain Integration and Command and Control Lab
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems Lab
  • Policy, Strategy, Cyber Law, Ethics, and Digital Humanities Lab
  • Cybersecurity, Networking, Radio Frequency, and Telecommunications Lab
  • Two Cyber Training Labs
  • Secure Dry Research Lab  

The public-private project is supported by $45 million from the USAFA Endowment and $30 million in federal funding.
 

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