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UTARI’s Automation and Intelligent Systems focuses on a number of robotic applications, including assistive, social and personal, educational, unmanned military, and agricultural robotic applications.
Mike McNair, division head of UTARI’s AIS division and Dr. Anand Pupala of UTA’s College of Engineering were panel speakers at the Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) panel discussion on Sunday, July 10th . This panel was part of The Conference of Minority Transportation Official’s 45th National Meeting and Training Conference in Dallas.
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AREAS OF INTEREST AND COMPETENCIES
UTARI's Automated and Intelligent Systems Division focuses on the development and the application of technologies in unmanned systems and assistive robotics. Whether it is the improvement of existing devices by adding technologies or the development of new devices, the goal is to offer people smart assistance in the performance of dirty, dull and dangerous tasks.
The Division's activities reflect UT Arlington's guiding themes by addressing global changes through projects such as UAS/UGV environmental sensing, integrating smart and connected technologies to improve the built and social environment, furthering health innovations with the use of assistive robotics, and by analyzing and applying data from Human Robot Interaction. The work performed in the Robotics Division combines the talents and expertise of our full-time researchers, affiliated UTA faculty, and UTA students. UTARI helps advance basic research into applied research in order to prepare the technology or product for commercialization, and ultimately into the marketplace.
The Robotics Division has two research focus areas:
Current research projects.
Past research projects.
Related Unmanned Systems work.
Find a list of all of UTARI’s robotic platforms.
Meet the robotics research team.
Read what our staff has published on the topic.