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Northrop Grumman joins ISR Associate Partner Program

ISR is proud to announce the addition of Northrop Grumman Corporation to our Associate Partners Program. We are indeed pleased to extend the long-term partnership between Northrop Grumman and the University of Maryland.

Northrop Grumman through its Electronic Systems sector and navigation and maritime systems offices, has a long and productive history of collaborations with ISR. This Associate Partner relationship will focus on robotics systems and systems engineering.

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December 15, 2014


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