Partners

TES strongly believes in building a collaborative environment where industry, government and academia work together to develop next generation solutions . We build partnerships with world class businesses and organizations to complement our product and services. We continually seek new services, products, and technologies to ensure we have a sound infrastructure and the latest technologies to enhance our work environment.

National Instruments

TES is an Alliance Partner with National Instruments utilizing their world-class test equipment hardware and software solutions. TES can provide value-added plug-ins and engineering services creating powerful test stations using NI’s award winning LabVIEW Environment.

Real-Time Innovations (RTI)

RTI works with Tucson Embedded Systems on their tool used to generate the TSS type specific code to form the R-EGI data model.

Panacis

TES is a development and manufacturing partner with Panacis working with their advanced batteries. As a leader in collaborative product development, Panacis enables their customers to conceive and realize their ideas and accelerate them to market specifically related to:
  • Advanced batteries, including the design of sophisticated, custom lithium battery packs and chargers
  • High power systems, complementing our battery systems capabilities
  • Wireless technologies, including custom wireless systems
  • Mobile devices, including portable consumer electronics products, and
  • Control and sensor systems.

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raytheon Missile Systems designs, develops, and produces missile systems for U.S. and allied forces, including air-to-air, strike, naval weapon systems, land combat missiles, guided projectiles, exoatmospheric kill vehicles, and directed energy weapons.

TES has collaborated with Raytheon Missile Systems regarding several advanced systems projects related to electronics, cryptography and software including solar energy.

University of Arizona

For the last 5 years, TES has sponsored the Senior Capstone Experience. In this program, students are divided into teams of three to six students from several engineering departments. Each team works on a project from September to May, proceeding through requirements definition, conceptual design, detailed design and analysis, and finally to implementation and testing.

An industry mentor meets weekly with each team and each team writes a monthly status report and creates a project website with all of their documentation. Teams also conduct design reviews and write reports at key milestones. During the course of the projects, teams have access to a wide array of resources at UA including electrical benches, a machine shop, wind tunnels, computer simulation and modeling software, materials testing equipment, rapid prototyping, optical labs, and a wide range of expertise provided by UA's faculty members.

At the end of the year, teams showcase their product prototype at UA's Engineering Design Day where each project is judged and the very best receive awards. In 2010, TES sponsored team won "Best Overall Design.