If you design motion control systems, chances are you’ve worked with pulse width modulated (PWM) drives. Thanks to their stability, availability and familiarity, PWM drives are the default choice in most day-to-day motion control jobs. But PWM drives tend to be noisy—making them less than ideal in some high-fidelity motion applications. And that’s where linear drives come into play.
Trust Automation Inc., a supplier of automation and cyber defense systems for industrial and military applications, announced today that it is moving to a larger facility at 125 Venture Drive, San Luis Obispo, California.
San Luis Obispo, CA, January 31, 2019—Trust Automation Inc., a supplier of automation systems for defense and industrial applications, has created a new operating division that will develop and deliver the next generation of cyber defense technologies.
We’re excited to announce our recent partnership with Cynash on a next-generation cybersecurity platform that can detect and mitigate cyberattacks on the industrial control systems that run energy, water, transportation and industrial infrastructure.
The platform builds on Cynash’s SerialTap™ sensor that passively monitors the serial communications used by many of the world’s industrial control systems. SerialTap™ can now pass the monitored traffic to our AICS machine learning system—enabling us to solve more extensive security challenges using advanced techniques in anomaly detection and behavioral analysis.
Both technologies separately won prestigious R&D 100 Awards—SerialTap™ in 2017 and AICS for 2018.
They also started as applied research and development efforts by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories. Their commercialization is the direct result of the Transition-to-Practice (TTP) Program—an initiative run by Dr. Nadia Carlsten at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that identifies emerging technologies that have national security applications.
To learn more about, read our latest press release.
November 28, 2018 (San Luis Obispo, CA and McLean, VA)— Trust Automation Inc., a supplier of automation technology for defense and industrial applications, has partnered with Cynash Inc. to develop a next-generation cybersecurity platform that can detect and mitigate cyberattacks on the industrial control systems that run critical energy, water, transportation and industrial infrastructure.
Trust Automation Inc., a leading supplier of automation technology for defense and industrial applications, has announced it will offer a novel new cybersecurity solution for industrial control systems (ICS).
We’re happy to announce we were recently recognized as an Outstanding Small Business by Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems. We received this award alongside 15 other recipients out of more than 10,000 small business suppliers that support Lockheed Martin.