Monitoring, Diagnostics and Controls
ARI integrates and deploys sensor technologies and diagnostic tools that provide our customers actionable data that helps them extract valuable insights, enhance situational awareness, and rapidly respond to changing conditions.
- Utilize spectroscopic techniques to capture the underlying physics and chemical kinetics of complex physical reactions where it is not possible to safely reproduce the actual environment
- Deploy optical, electronic, and acoustic sensors to monitor and control manufacturing processes
- Apply building science principles to quantify the impact of ventilation, infiltration, and retrofit measures on energy usage, airflows, and overall air quality in buildings
- Perform signal analysis
- Improve detection schemes and forensic-analysis capabilities associated with potential chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear threats
- Evaluate the spacio-temporal variability of contaminants in buildings and the health impacts on residents of multi-unit buildings
- Develop and implement real-time process control strategies in additive manufacturing
To learn more, contact Nicole Johnson, ARI Managing Director.
ICRT performs sponsored research on residential building science topics to identify Indoor Air Quality related health hazards in the home and studies the impact of retrofit activities on measured pollutants.
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.
An aging population, longer life expectancies and rising healthcare costs poses a challenge to ensuring a healthy population. ARI develops smarter health solutions to meet these challenges with advances in disease prevention, diagnostics and treatment.