EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The National Aviation Research and Technology Park has contracted a new partner to facilitate development.
The park announced Tuesday it has finalized a one-year contract with the New Jersey Innovation Institute, with an option to renew.
NJII, a corporation of the New Jersey Institute of Technology, will provide management and consulting services including advancing FAA aviation-related commercial activity, and provide expertise in defense and Homeland Security aviation issues.
“As we complete the first building of the NARTP, the agreement with NJII will help take us to the next level by providing us with a relationship with a world-class research organization. The NJII team will provide the expertise to develop the NARTP’s mission of becoming a leading center for research, innovation and commercialization of emerging aviation technologies,” said NARTP President and Board Chairman Edward Salmon.