“Our mission is to create powerful cyber defense systems capable of protecting our warfighters in the field and our citizens at home,” says Marc Takken, the division’s Executive Vice President.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (PRWEB) February 22, 2019
Trust Automation Inc., a supplier of automation systems for defense and industrial applications, has created a new operating division that will develop and deliver the next generation of cyber defense technologies.
Called Trust Intelligence Systems, the new division is commercializing the Autonomic Intelligent Cyber Sensor (AICS), which uses advanced machine learning techniques and specialized sensors to detect and mitigate cyberattacks on industrial control systems. Trust Intelligence Systems is offering AICS under an exclusive license from the United States Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory, which developed the technology to protect vulnerable energy, water and industrial infrastructure.
Trust Intelligence Systems is also developing military cyber defense systems that build upon Trust’s proven experience with advanced signal processing, sensing and energy-management systems—as well as the company’s ability to harden these systems for battlefield use.
“The common thread running through Trust Intelligence Systems is the extension of our core engineering competencies with recent advances in computing and machine learning. Our mission is to create powerful cyber defense systems capable of protecting our warfighters in the field and our citizens at home,” says Marc Takken, the division’s Executive Vice President.
For more information on Trust Intelligence Systems, visit http://www.trustautomation.com/cybersecurity.
About Trust Automation:
Trust Automation has 25 years of experience in custom; motors, linear drives, digital drives and systems which meet the unique needs of its customers. Its product line includes motors, linear drives, digital drives custom assemblies and products to fit unique applications and ground-up system design and manufacturing solutions.
As of today, Trust Automation has grown to a 50,000 square foot facility that supports its 70+ team of engineers, designers, manufacturers and customer service employees.