Fostering Innovation Through Collaboration

The NARTP is leveraging regional assets and existing infrastructure to create an aviation and aerospace focused innovation ecosystem. At full build-out, the NARTP will consist of seven multi-story buildings with high-speed connectivity to the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) laboratories that replicate the National Airspace System (NAS).

NARTP - Aviation Research Neighborhood

At full build out, the National Aviation Research and Technology Park (NARTP) will consist of seven multi-story buildings with high-speed connectivity to the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) laboratories that replicate the National Airspace System (NAS). An FAA laboratory is located in the first building of the Research Park. The NARTP has agreements in place to allow members to jointly work on mutually beneficial projects with the WJHTC and the Atlantic City International Airport (ACY).

NASA has partnered with the FAA and the NARTP to collaborate on advancing drone technology, electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft operating in low-altitude airspace in urban environments.

The purpose of the SAAP program is to transform Southern New Jersey’s innovation ecosystem by incubating, accelerating, and attracting new businesses into a high-tech cluster.

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56,000 GSF of adaptable, state-of-the-art aerospace research space in an architecturally impressive, cutting edge, three story building.

Campus Highlights

High-Speed Connectivity
Established connectivity to Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) data, systems and laboratories; as well as the NARTP lab.

Networking
Located in a centralized cluster of over 4,500 aviation professionals enables collaboration among business, academia and major research arms of the federal government.

Global Aviation Impact
Groundbreaking programs that utilize prototyping, simulations, modeling and Human Factors to integrate new capabilities into the global aviation system.