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UTS is proud of our reputation of being good to do business with. This reputation has been earned through many years of successful research collaborations with a wide variety of partners, including small and medium enterprises, large multi-national companies, local, state, federal and international government agencies, NGOs and charities.

Please take a look at some of our Case Studies, which demonstrate the depth and breadth of our research engagement track record.

Research engagement through partnerships and collaborations is a critical part of the UTS Research Strategy, and we are always delighted to explore new and exciting research partnership opportunities.

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Beyond Tourism Benefits
UTS research proves that, when approached as part of an aligned economic development strategy, business events can help to achieve our government’s objectives and contribute to the overall health of the state and country.

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A new way to navigate
Imagine being able to walk through a museum, stop at an exhibit of interest and retrieve artist information straight onto your smartphone? The challenge was to create a unique localisation technology that was harnessed by the user’s WiFi mobile signals.

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Revolutionising Steel Bridge Maintenance
A UTS research team has designed a lightweight robot that answered the needs for a safer solution to one of the most hazardous aspects of bridge maintenance work.

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A smart way to manage incontinence
Designing a smart way to manage incontinence using sensor and wireless technology.

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Tapping into the $1.2bn global abrasive blasting market
Since 2006, researchers from the Centre for Autonomous Systems at UTS and the Roads and Maritime Services NSW (RMS) have been collaborating on the research and development of a world-first autonomous grit-blasting robot for steel bridge maintenance and rehabilitation.

Examples of UTS research appearing in the Australian Technology Network of Universities 50 solutions that count: