The Center for Autonomous Systems and Space Robotics Controls Lab includes a three-story arena for flying drones and a two-story aerospace robotics flight control lab. The facilities are designed to simulate a variety of environments where robots that fly, drive, walk, crawl or swim can be trained to operate autonomously in variable conditions. One such space is a “black box theater” with a “frictionless” floor that simulates a zero-gravity environment. A large spacecraft fabrication space includes a clean room and a spacecraft motion simulation area.
The Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building for the University of Arizona is the recipient of an American Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
We are excited to announce that the Shriner’s for Children Medical Center and the University of Arizona Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building received 2018 LA Architectural Awards from the Los Angeles Business Council.
University of Arizona’s Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building received an Honorable Mention in Architectural Design / Educational Buildings from the American Architecture Prize.