HUNTSVILLE — Cybersecurity company Trigon Cyber and SetaTech, a sustainable agriculture organization, recently joined more than 50 associate companies on the campus of the HudsonAlpha Institute of Biotechnology in Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park.
Trigon Cyber specializes in bringing cyber engineering and model-based systems engineering to multiple industries, including biotechnology.
The company’s engineers specialize in taking projects from bench research and development, through government compliance requirements and on to final full rate production.
“We’d like to welcome Trigon Cyber and SetaTech to the HudsonAlpha campus,” said Carter Wells, vice president for Economic Development at HudsonAlpha. “We look forward to working together, integrating their teams into the HudsonAlpha ecosystem.”
SetaTech uses discarded human hair fiber as a source of sustainable products for agriculture. Their main goal is to provide clients with an all-natural alternative for their agricultural needs.