The Texas A&M RGV Advanced Manufacturing/Training Innovation Now (TRAIN) program gathers community input, creates collaborations and develops training courses that meet the needs of current and future employers at the Port of Brownsville. In two years, TRAIN will award 10,000 certificates through online and on-site classes.
SecureAmerica is excited to support a new collaboration between the The Department of Defense (DoD) Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment program and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Workforce Development program to address the United States’ defense manufacturing skills gap over the next for years.
Texas A&M Engineering, the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, and the United States Air Force have teamed up to create a breathalyzer test for COVID-19 that will text you results in a matter of a few minutes. Listen to Rob Gorham, SecureAmerica Institute Executive Director and TEES Executive Director of Manufacturing Initiatives, explain the details to a Fox News reporter.
An exhaled breath is key to a new device that uses artificial intelligence to detect whether individuals should be tested for COVID-19. The sophisticated breathalyzer is being developed through a collaboration between Worlds Inc., the U.S. Air Force and The Texas A&M University System.
Technical projects from Deloitte, Morgan State University, Ohio State University, New York University, Raytheon Technology Research Center, University of Texas Dallas, Amentum, North Carolina State University, and URSA Major Technologies were competitively selected for a total funding portfolio of more than $5 million.