Collaboration is key to our mutual success. Diversity is also key, and the best technology solutions come from a variety of experts and perspectives. We break down the traditional and regulatory barriers, bringing together the best technology partners from established companies and cutting edge startups. We build industry-leading consortia to provide government access to new, emerging and disruptive technologies not currently available to the federal marketplace.
For industry looking for research and business opportunities
ATI helps you communicate openly with government customers, better understand their needs, and move your technology into the federal market.
ATI has a demonstrated ability to quickly form R&D teams. Our streamlined contracting gets new technologies developed and delivered quickly.
ATI engages traditional and nontraditional technology providers. We help balance competition and collaboration to ensure that our clients have access to the best solutions.
Frequent communications help industry and government better understand one another. That helps maps solutions to challenges.
Why Collaboration Matters
Collaboration and effective technology development requires a balance between competition and cooperation. Competition ensures that teams are working their hardest to give innovative, dedicated solutions to the task at hand. And at the end of the day, when it comes time to create, effective cooperation gives companies from disparate industries a common goal.
Our Current Programs
ATI was a pioneer in collaborative R&D management. We were the first company exclusively focused on building and managing multi-industry consortia and we have perfected our craft. For over 20 years, ATI-led teams have delivered valuable technologies and process improvements for the DoD, federal agencies and industry.
Wearable COVID-19 sensor receives major award from the U.S. Department of Defense
Sibel Health — a Northwestern spinout commercializing the sensor — has received a highly competitive $2.4 million from the U.S. Department of Defense through a Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium award. The award will support the technology’s continued development and deployment.
Navy to brief industry for upcoming research projects
Projects to involve processor/CANBus integration; automated inventory control; electronic emitters; maritime imaging sensors; and rapid decision making.
New spectrum contract comes as Pentagon prepares to boost 5G efforts
The National Spectrum Consortium's new five-year, $2.5 billion deal comes as the Defense Department prepares to ramp up its fifth-generation wireless prototyping activities in 2021, putting the group at the center of a Pentagon program with implications for both military and civilian technologies.