Algorithm and Software Development

ARI develops and implements algorithms for solving complex multi-domain problems in the areas of Information Processing, ISR (Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance), Remote Sensing, Data Fusion, and Distributed Autonomy.


  • Utilize physics-based models to extract information from sensors to inform algorithms that assist in decisions
  • Use machine learning techniques to solve complex problems in distributed autonomy and human-machine teaming
  • Evaluate and translate prototype algorithms to test-hardened implementation and system integration to solve customer’s problems

Focus Areas

  • Develop a comprehensive spacio-temporal model of uncertainties in object tracking
  • Explore multi-spectral imaging capabilities of Sandia-built XPCI system on bone scaffolds
  • Optimize FTIR (Fourier Transform Infra-Red spectroscopy) based software processing pipeline for classification of cancerous tissue samples
  • Execute classified programs for government customers

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Defense and Security

ARI works with key agencies including the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the National Institutes of Health to build prototype solutions in a variety of impact areas.


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