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Research

By 2017, The UT Arlington Research Institute hopes to become a global leader in the research and development of advanced technology. Our focus is enabling product development to help humanity, providing unique, affordable solutions to complex problems.

Exploring the Unknown

On-demand, on-the-spot manufacturing. Commercially viable driverless cars. Tissue regeneration for limbs. These are just some of the types of projects that researchers the world over will be working on over the next decade. UTARI is ready to lead the way in this next wave of discovery. The second half of the information revolution will be driven by the application of these technologies and the development of manufacturing processes to enable the commercialization of affordable, reliable, and possibly disposable machines. Their potential applications are abundant, ranging from neural interfaces for prosthetics; assistive robotics for people with disabilities; flexible manufacturing platforms; and humanoid robotics for entertainment, training, and manufacturing. UTARI is ready to take up this challenge and uncover technologies that can change the world.

Advanced Manufacturing
Advanced Manufacturing

UTARI’s Advanced Manufacturing Division research efforts are focused on the areas of automated 3D microassembly and packaging technologies.

Robotics
Robotics

UTARI’s Robotics Division focuses on a number of robotic applications, including assistive, social and personal, educational, military, and agricultural robotic applications.

Biomedical Technologies
Biomedical Technologies

UTARI’S Biomedical Technologies Division focuses on developing clinically relevant devices and systems that can be utilized by health care providers as well as patients to enhance diagnostics, treatment, rehabilitation, and assisted living.