DECATUR, Ala. (AP) - Ground is being broken on the second phase of a robotics technology park at Calhoun Community College in Decatur.
Gov. Bob Riley is expected to participate in the groundbreaking for the next phase of the robotics research, education and training facility at the Calhoun Campus on U.S. 31.
Phase II will be the Advanced Research and Technology Center. It will be designed for robotics research and development. It will feature a test facility for companies in the robotics manufacturing industry. It will be used by NASA and the U.S. Army Missile Command for research, development and testing.
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