AutoDrive Challenge

SAE International and General Motors (GM) have partnered to headline sponsor AutoDrive Challenge™, the latest of SAE International’s Collegiate Design Series. This newly established, three-year autonomous vehicle competition will ask students to develop and demonstrate a fully autonomous driving passenger vehicle. The technical goal of the competition is to navigate an urban driving course in an automated driving mode as described by SAE Standard (J3016) level 4 definition by year three.

Autonomous Vehicle Research

Autoware Application Framework based on Robotic Operating System (ROS) in Ubuntu.

Small Scale Autonomous Vehicle Test Platform

Kids-ride on remote control car is transformed to fully featured autonomous vehicle test platform.

Affordable Humanoid Robot Platform

A new robot head has been designed for an affordable humanoid robot. The robot now has an eye to trace a colored object. The head has an additional processor that can be programmed for tasks.

Smart LED lighting controlled by Bluetooth Low Energy

A multi-sensor package for LED lighting has been designed and developed.

Mobile Intelligent Robotics (MIR) Lab

The Mobile Intelligent Robotics (MIR) Laboratory is set up with the purpose of advancing research in the general areas of mobile robotics and computational intelligence. The lab is part of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Kettering University and is located in the Academic Building of the campus. It offers a great opportunity for interdisciplinary faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students to collaborate in various research projects.