Never Stop Asking Questions
What if we only sought to understand the world as it is, rather than explore how it could be? It would mean the difference between our society getting by, and getting better. Since our inception, United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) has taken curiosity to that other level; not just questioning what’s possible but actually making it happen. You may not realize just how much we’ve helped make modern life possible. But—if you’re curious enough—you’ll discover exactly what we’ve done and uncover how we’ve already changed tomorrow.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
UTRC to participate in new Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute
HARTFORD, Connecticut – Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy announced Tuesday, Sept. 1, that United Technologies Research Center will participate as a partner in the new Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute (FME HII).
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Expands Facility to Encompass Aerospace Research and Development
CORK, Ireland -- United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), the research and innovation arm of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX), announced today the expansion of its Ireland facility, United Technologies Research Centre Ireland Limited, to include aerospace research in cyber-physical systems.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Critical Materials Institute welcomes UTRC as latest industrial member
EAST HARTFORD, Connecticut - The Critical Materials Institute (CMI), a Department of Energy (DOE) Hub led by the DOE's Ames Laboratory, has publicly announced that UTRC is CMI's latest industrial member.
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
UTRC employee to expand frontiers through big data fellowship in Washington, D.C.
EAST HARTFORD, Connecticut – UTRC employee Joseph Bonivel, senior research engineer, Measurement Science, will embark on an exciting new path in his career this September as he begins his American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellowship with the Office of Science & Technology (OSTP) for the White House.
Autonomy in Flight
It's not a thing of the future—UTRC's autonomy and intelligent systems are helping make pilotless flight a reality.
The next step in technology isn't advanced systems that do all the thinking for us; It's developing more intuitive and seamless solutions that will think with us and assist in decision making.
UTRC Flow Battery R&D 100
You don’t have to imagine a world with viable, large-scale renewable energy; a stable, decentralized grid; and a reduction in fossil fuels—we already have.