The Sandia Science & Technology Park is a thriving high-tech community and is home to many of New Mexico’s fastest growing companies. Park companies are partners with Sandia National Laboratories and are engaged in joint research and development, technology commercialization, and supply chain development.
Patented solutions from AOT provide unique remote-sensing capabilities for material mapping and ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance), and in material characterization for orientation imaging and non-destructive testing.
AEgis Technologies provides world-class modeling and simulation, training, test support, system engineering and analysis, hardware design, and advanced technologies development to government and commercial customers.
Applied Technology Associates (ATA) is a precision measurement, sensing and controls company providing services and products to government and commercial customers.
BioFlyte commercializes a fieldable mass spectrometer that enables miniaturized, low-cost and low-power detection and identification of airborne microbes and toxins in real-time. Their instruments identify microbes including spores, vegetative bacteria…
The Center for Global Security and Cooperation provides a neutral place for Sandians, U.S. government policy makers, and non-governmental organizations to meet with foreign technical and policy experts for technical collaborations on aspects of nuclear/radiological threat reduction, biological/chemical threat reduction, and global security engagement initiatives.
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) is a DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences nanoscale science research center operated as a national user facility by Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories.
CATI specializes in sales, support, and training for engineering productivity tools including 3D solid modeling, design validation, data management, product documentation, and 3D printing using FDM and PolyJet Technologies.
The Computer Science Research Institute (CSRI) brings together researchers from academia and the national laboratories to solve problems in computer science, computational science, and mathematics, and to provide new capabilities in modeling and simulation.