Luraco Technologies is a private engineering firm located in
Arlington, Texas, the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Since its founding over a decade ago, Luraco has been a proud technology innovator with a mission to provide research, development, and manufacturing of advanced products for military and commercial sectors. Today, as a global leader in robotic massage chair design and innovation, Luraco combines its rich high-tech expertise and experience with superior technologies to bring our customers unsurpassed quality and performance in its products.
The company is often recognized not only for its superior
patented technologies, but also for diverse work environment, innovative, and
team-oriented approach. Luraco Technologies has been awarded with Dallas Top 100
Companies by the SMU School of Business, Top Defense Contractors in Tarrant
County, and recently the Achievement Award by U.S Department of Commerce.
The Engineering R&D Department directed by Dr. Kevin Le, Ph.D, a Scientist with extensive knowledge and experience in advanced technology research and development for U.S military and industrial applications. Dr. Le has authored more than 25 technical publications in journals and conferences. Under his technical leadership, the company has been awarded with many patented inventions. Specifically, Luraco has filed for 32 U.S and International Patents (17 patents granted, and 15 patents pending).
Luraco' recently released iRobotics 7 (i7) has been awarded with "Best of Show" by Residential Systems (CEDIA Show, 2016), "Best Quality in Home Furnishings" by Innovation & Tech Today Magazine, 2016. "Best Medical Massage Chair" by Tech Guru, International Consumer Electronics Show (CES, 2015).
Luraco Technologies is proud to be the manufacture of the first and only American Made Massage Chairs in the industry. Dedicated to supporting our customers all over the world, Luraco designs the best robotic massage systems that will take user's expectation and wellness to the next level.
Luraco Technologies Corporation