25.05.2018 - 02.03.2019

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24.05.2018 - 02.03.2019

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18.05.2018 - 05.04.2019

The Role of the Autonomous Vehicle Systems Research Lab in the Educational Mission of UIW

In this webinar, Dr. Michael Frye will provide an overview of how the Autonomous Vehicle Systems (AVS) Research and Education Laboratory supports the engineering and science curriculum of the University of the Incarnate Word through faculty-lead research, senior engineering capstone projects, and community outreach projects.
Dr. Frye will talk about the innovative aspect of the AVS Lab, with only undergraduate students from engineering and science programs involved in the research. He will demonstrate how a research-focused lab can be integrated into an engineering educational curriculum to support undergraduate program outcomes for accreditation purposes.

The AVS Lab is also deeply committed to STEM outreach within the local community. Dr. Frye will also highlight the free miniGEMS STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and Programming camp for middle school girls in grades 6 to 8 held each summer, sponsored by the AVS Lab and run by undergraduate students from UIW.

Dr. Michael Frye is an Associate Professor of Engineering at the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) in San Antonio, Texas, USA. His area of research is in nonlinear control theory with applications to the robust and optimal flight control of Autonomous Aircraft Systems. Dr. Frye is the PI and Director of the UIW Autonomous Vehicle Systems Laboratory. Dr. Frye is an Associate Fellow in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.


10. - 10.05.2018

Jump-start your research with Quanser’s Autonomous Vehicles Research Studio

Many unmanned vehicle application areas have emerged that require not only multiple vehicles, but collaboration between multiple vehicle types. The diversity and complexity of these applications present significant challenges to researchers and developers, such as increasing difficulty in setting up and maintaining the evolving and growing drone fleet, as well as the need for standardized validation and verification platform to facilitate development, evaluation and analysis. Quanser’s new Autonomous Vehicles Research Studio is the ideal solution for academics looking to build a multi-vehicle research program in a short amount of time.

In this webinar we will review the complete research studio, including the two autonomous vehicle types: the new QDrone and QBot 2. We will show you the software architecture built on Quarc® for Simulink®, and demonstrate how you can easily build your own applications with the provided modules and customize them with your own algorithms.