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The Shorthorn reports on NIJ proposals.

The Shorthorn reports on NIJ proposals.

Tanasia Curtis reports on UTARI's efforts to secure funding from the National Institute of Justice for unmanned vehicle use in public safety research. 

Farewell General Lynch and Todd Buchs

Farewell General Lynch and Todd Buchs

General Lynch and Todd both exemplied the UTARI spirit, with a passion and drive to help humanity. 

Wearable Interface garners national media coverage

Wearable Interface garners national media coverage

The award of a $744,300 grant to two UT Arlington researchers has made a splash in the biomedical engineering community. 

Researchers collaborate on prosthetic interface

Researchers collaborate on prosthetic interface

UT Arlington researchers have been awarded a $744,300 grant from the Department of Defense Peer Reviewed Orthapaedic Research Program.

First UAS test flights take off in Texas

First UAS test flights take off in Texas

General Aviation News reports on the Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center (LSUASC) expanding operations.

Farewell April, Ericka, & Stephen!

Farewell April, Ericka, & Stephen!

We said goodbye to three wonderful team members on Monday, and we wish them all the best in the future!

Up, Up, and Unmanned

Up, Up, and Unmanned

UTA Inquiry, the research magazine for UT Arlington, writes about UTA/UTARI's work on addressing new issues with unmanned vehicles. 

ICC Golfball Sorting

ICC Golfball Sorting

UTARI partners with affiliated faculty and local industry to use machine visioning for golfball sorting. 

Farewell Richard!

Farewell Richard!

Richard Stein, a researcher in the Biomedical Technologies Division, was farewelled by the UTARI family prior to his departure to biomedical company Stryker. 

LSUASC adds Airport Runway

LSUASC adds Airport Runway

The FAA recently approved a new range to test and fly unmanned aircraft that includes the Port Mansfield airport. 

The Shorthorn reports on arsenic analyzer

The Shorthorn reports on arsenic analyzer

Dr. Aditya Das and Dr. Purnendu Dasgupta partnered with Chipotle Business Group, Inc. to launch a fully functional arsenic analyzer prototype.

Arlington City Council approves unmanned vehicles grant

Arlington City Council approves unmanned vehicles grant

The Shorthorn reports on the city council approval of two proposals that would see the city apply for $40,000 in grants.

NCTCOG posts on UT Arlington UAS program

NCTCOG posts on UT Arlington UAS program

The North Texas Council of Governments published information on UT Arlington's unmanned vehicle system certificate program. 

Indian American Research highlighted

Indian American Research highlighted

Four of the first seven grants made by the Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund have been awarded to projects either led or co-led by Indian American Researchers. The UT Arlington effort is led by Dr. Aditya Das, a senior research scientist with UTARI.

Lone Star UAS Video Highlight Link Arrow

Lone Star UAS Video Highlight

Learn more about the LoneStar UAS Center of Excellence and Innovation research efforts and outreach.