Located on the Eastern Shore, the Virginia Institute for Spaceflight and Autonomy (VISA) is chartered to grow the entrepreneurial ecosystems for space flight and autonomy. The Institute will be the hub to leverage Virginia’s world-class assets in space launch, autonomous systems, modeling and simulation and data science to solve real-world problems.
Through industry, academic and governmental agency partnerships, our vision is to create an environment of research, technology, commercialization and educational opportunities to grow the spaceflight and autonomous systems industry.
NEWS PROVIDED BY Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation December 05, 2022, 21:03 GMT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, December 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Virginia Department of Emergency […]
By Joe Garvey The Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation (VIPC) in partnerships with Old Dominion University’s Virginia Institute for Spaceflight & Autonomy (VISA) and the Port of Virginia conducted a successful demonstration of […]
By Joe Garvey Old Dominion University’s Virginia Institute for Spaceflight & Autonomy (VISA) recently helped facilitate a NASA Wallops/ODU/Eastern Shore Community College (ESCC) Information Session at […]
Our Executive Director, Dr. David Bowles, has been appointed to Governor Glenn Youngkin’s Aerospace Advisory Council. Governor Youngkin announced additional key administrative appointments today. “I’m proud […]
On June 27, 2022, representatives from the Virginia Institute for Spaceflight and Autonomy (VISA), the Virginia innovation Partnership Corporation – Unmanned Systems Center (VIPC), the Hampton Roads […]
GO Virginia funding will attract businesses, support infrastructure and workforce development programs RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today announced more than $3.6 million in Growth and Opportunity for […]