A sign of the University of Iowa Technology Institute's value are the technologies invented and matured here that have blossomed commercially. In some cases, a private venture obtains the exclusive license for the technology to continue development and use. In other cases, companies sponsor research in ITI labs on particular technologies. The mission at ITI is to focus our research in ways that benefit society. Tech transfer demonstrates our research secures societal, if not tangible, return on investment for ITI's sponsors and supporters. 

Companies

ActiBioMotion offers engineering services and product solutions for the U.S. military and industry.

ITI connection: Salam Rahmatalla

Advanced Infoneering, Inc. is a commercial research firm specializing in physiological & cognitive measurement, graphical user interfaces, and live virtual constructive (LVC) environments.

ITI connection: Tom Schnell

Prof. Tom Schnell and his team at the Operator Performance Laboratory developed a synthetic vision system (SVS) aircraft cockpit instrument suite that has been commercialized under the Dynon SkyView brand and is now flying in thousands of aircraft cockpits. The SVS is proven to save lives by preventing controlled flight into terrain (CFIT).

Firefly Photonics specializes in research and development of mid- and long-wave infrared LEDs and lasers for integration with sensors, projectors, and medical devices.

ITI connection: Fatima Toor

HyperSolar, Inc. specializes in renewable hydrogen production.

ITI connection: Syed Mubeen

Intellisee is one of the companies of Malum Terminus Technologies. Intellisee develops and distributes school safety and artificial intelligence software.

ITI connection: Karim Abdel-Malek

RAMDO Solutions, LLC was established in 2013 to develop the commercial software Reliability Analysis & Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (RAMDO) to support academia, industry, and the Department of Defense. The research behind the reliability analysis methods in the RAMDO software originated in 1995 under the supervision of Professor K.K. Choi at the University of Iowa in collaboration with the Automotive Research Center (ARC) funded by the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC). 

ITI connection: Dr. K.K. Choi

Santos Human, Inc. specializes in human digital modeling and simulation software products and services tailored for multiple user applications based on the Santos® digital human environment. 

ITI connection: Karim Abdel-Malek

Unify Medical is transforming the time, quality and cost of medical procedures and surgical experiences by revolutionizing clinician visualizations of tissue differentiation and improving situational awareness through augmented reality.

ITI connection: Yang Liu

VIDA specializes in clinical imaging software and analysis services.