On May 24th and 25th, Trideum Corporation hosted 9th and 10th grade students from the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE) in the Trideum Innovation Center, in Huntsville, Alabama.
The students participated in a design exercise fostering innovation, during which teams competed against each other. They also explored the realm of user research through Trideum’s X-Hacker interactive learning game. Students also got hands-on experience with a UAV Command & Control prototype.
Trideum’s Cyber team provided an overview of capabilities and some unique challenges threatening cyber-physical systems (CPS) such as weapon systems and industrial control systems (ICS).
The Trideum Corporation User Experience (UX) and Cyber Test and Evaluation Teams truly enjoyed meeting and working with this talented group of students, and investing in our future technology leaders. We appreciate our partnership with ASCTE, and look forward to continuing collaboration with the faculty, and students.
Trideum Chief Technology Officer, Mr Kurt Lessmann, stated “We are committed to further fostering our relationship with the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering and providing opportunities for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) students to learn and grow.”
Thank you to Kurt Lessmann, Richard Turner, Shelly Robinson, Jim Meehan and Ron Davenport for coordinating and running the event.