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Consortium Membership

Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium

The Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium is a biomedical technology consortium collaborating with multiple government agencies under a 10-year renewable Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC). The MTEC is currently recruiting a broad and diverse membership that includes representatives from large businesses, small businesses, “non-traditional” government contractors, academic research institutions and not-for-profit organizations.

Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI)

Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems InternationalAUVSI is the foremost and most widely recognized association for the advancement of unmanned systems. UTARI is an active member of AUVSI and the local Lone Star Chapter. Participation includes attendance at meetings and conferences as well as collaboration with other AUVSI members. 


Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence & Innovation

Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence & InnovationUTARI is part of the Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence & Innovation team led by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi that was named by the Federal Aviation Administration as one of the nation's six major test sites for unmanned aircraft systems. The Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft Systems Initiative team also includes Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station; Camber Corp, of Hunstville, AL.; the Southwest Research Institute in San Antionio; and other research institutions and private-sector companies. The purpose of the FAA designation program is to safely integrate UAS into national airspace. 


National Advanced Mobility Consortium (NAMC)

NAMCThe National Advanced Mobility Consortium ("NAMC") is a nation-wide alliance of traditional and non-traditional small businesses, large defense contractors, academic institutions, and other research organizations involved with the translational research and development of the complete range of prototype, ground vehicle and robotics systems and technologies. 


 ROS-Industrial Consortium

RICThe ROS-Industrial Consortium is a membership organization providing cost-shared applied R&D for advanced factory automation. Consortium members drive new capabilities in ROS-I by championing Focused Technical Projects (FTP) based on their near-term automation requirements. Other members who are interested in the project form a group that shares the cost of the development effort. The consortium provides financial leverage to its members to accomplish their specific goals through the Focused Technical Projects while accelerating the growth of ROS-Industrial in terms of its capabilities and user base.