RELLIS Campus has long been a location where Texas A&M has conducted technology development in areas such as vehicle safety, traffic engineering, biological materials processing, and more. The new infrastructure and facilities will be the ideal location for companies to design and test new technologies. We welcome and encourage strategic partnerships with all public and private sector entities interested in finding solutions to the challenges we face in this century and beyond.

The following facilities will be dedicated to technology development:

  • Cyber-Physical Research and Development Center – This center will be dedicated to all aspects of cyber-physical technologies including robotics, autonomous and connected vehicle technologies, and associated cyber security facets.