The ARM Institute will release a new Technology Project Call this spring! As always, ARM Members will receive early access to this Project Call, expected in March. Join our mailing list to have funding opportunities sent directly to your inbox.
While our project calls are publicly available, you must be an ARM Member to submit a proposal. By becoming an ARM Member, you will collaborate to secure our nation’s future, make valuable connections, and see solutions that suffered from a lack of funding be lifted off the ground. If your organization would be a good fit for the ARM Institute, be sure to apply for membership.
In the aftermath of COVID-19, this mission and this work has never been more important. Join today to become a part of this critical effort to lead future of manufacturing.
About ARM Institute’s Project Calls
Our Project Calls are a crucial part of the ARM Institute’s mission to secure the nation’s future in manufacturing. These project calls are open to the public, but only ARM Institute members can submit proposals. These calls serve as a platform for collaboration and innovation, fostering a community that works together to lift solutions off the ground that may have otherwise suffered from a lack of funding or engineering roadblocks. The ARM Institute is proud to play a pivotal role in this process, allowing our members to connect, collaborate, and contribute to the future of manufacturing.
Why Join the ARM Institute?
For our members, the ARM Institute offers the chance to collaborate on initiatives that shape the trajectory of national manufacturing. These Project Calls can serve as a springboard for innovative ideas, providing the much-needed financial support to transform these ideas into reality, playing a significant role in the progression of the manufacturing industry and the robotics field as a whole. To see what this process looks like upon completion, be sure to read up on our robotics projects. These projects showcase the power of collaboration and innovation, and they represent the future of manufacturing that we, at the ARM Institute, are striving to create.