Campus will be a modern, highly-sustainable center featuring core
administrative, research and meeting amenities. It will be the setting
where new ideas are formed, collaborative initiatives are forged, and
next-generation products are prepared for market.
Located at the entrance of the the CITE facility, the Campus will be far
enough from field labs as to not interfere with testing. This will
allow the Campus to operate as the public outreach for CITE and as an
independent economic development magnet for interested parties:
researchers, universities, innovators and investors.
While physically separated from the Labs and Backbone, the Campus will
remain fully integrated within the operational management and security
systems of CITE. Via a robust, globally-interconnected information and
telecommunications infrastructure, researchers utilizing the
state-of-the-art laboratory and office space at the Campus can
seamlessly control, manage, and interface with both the testing and
evaluation operations conducted at CITE labs and with the larger
scientific and development community worldwide.
Campus research buildings will contain state-of-the-art laboratories,
laboratory support spaces, and specialized core research support
facilities. The research areas will be designed with sophisticated
infrastructure and utility systems to support a wide array of research
programs and allow the needed flexibility to adapt to emerging programs
and changes in the research tenant base.