Intelligent Aerospace Radar Team (IART) is a research team at University of Oklahoma for airborne radar technologies and missions. The covered areas include small, intelligent airborne radars, airspace surveillance sensors, algorithms for hazard detection and simulations. Unique technologies are particularly useful for unmanned sensing platforms.
(Polarimetric Airborne Radar Operating at X-band) Low-cost, Intelligent airborne radar for multiple hazard detection, since 2008.
(Millimeter Airborne Radar for Learning and Education) is a Ka band weather and cloud radar being developed for Global Hawk and ER-2 platform flights.
(Cylindrical Polarimetric Phased Array Radar) is a joint effort in ARRC and first dual-polarized cylindrical array system, being developed since 2010 and new version is on the way.
(Real-Time Embedded Processor for Multi-mission) is a highly flexible and reconfigurable heterogeneous HPC system supporting different radar and antenna missions.
PASIM is an FDTD-based EM simulator combined with scalable chamber measurements, it’s used for array simulations and designs.
(Micro Unmanned Robot Observation Network) is a network of intelligent, autonomous, and reliable unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) for atmosphere observations over ocean.