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Aggie Autonomous Auto Team Places first in the country and second overall in the 2019  SAE Autodrive Challenge 
 
Summer Camps at N.C. A&T Provide Enrichment Opportunities for Local Students
Tonya Dixon

EAST GREENSBORO, N.C. (May 31, 2019) – Students of all ages will participate in hands-on, summer enrichment camps at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University July 8 – Aug. 2, 2019. Each camp will run from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday.  From Paul Robeson Theatre to Science Xploration to Cadets That Code, multiple camps will be offered to provide enrichment activities and interdisciplinary learning in science and technology, the arts, mathematics and much more.
 
College of Engineering at N.C. A&T to Offer Free Cybersecurity Camp; Enrollment Open Now
 
Tonya Dixon

EAST GREENSBORO, N.C. (May 3, 2019) –The College of Engineering at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host two sessions of its free GenCyber Summer Camp, July 22–26 and July 29–Aug. 2, 2019, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.  The day camp is open to rising eighth through 12th grade students. Campers will learn cryptography, network security and digital forensics through hands-on activities, as well as correct and safe online behavior and cybersecurity ethics.

 
Drones Prove an Agile, Affordable Mechanism to Inspect Aging Civil Infrastructure
Tonya Dixon


EAST GREENSBORO, N.C. (May 24, 2019) – How do you inspect a bridge for signs of hazardous weakening or deterioration? It’s not easy, but one method is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).  In October 2019, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University associate professor Dr. Ali Karimoddini, will assist North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) on a project titled “Developing a Safe and Cost-effective Flight Control Methodology for a UAV-enabled Bridge Inspection.” Dr. Abdollah Homaifar, also from N.C. A&T, and Dr. Navid Goudarzi from UNC Charlotte will assist him on the project. “We are one of few universities in the nation with these types of facilities,” said Karimoddini. “Our facilities have enabled us to attract government agencies like NCDOT to investigate the development of drone technologies and their applications.
 
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Aggie Autonomous Auto Team Places first in the country and second overall in the 2019  SAE Autodrive Challenge 
Tonya Dixon  Photo courtesy of Autodrive Challenge/NCA&T

“The A3 car innovations were all hand built.  The coding and fingerprints were all done by students of N.C. A&T.” said Kareem Hogan, electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate and A3 team co-captain

EAST GREENSBORO, N.C. (June 17, 2019) – The North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Aggie Autonomous Autoteam (A3) finished second overall and first in the country in this year's SAE Autodrive Challenge national competition. Now in the second year of the three-year competition, the College of Engineering's A3 team competed against seven North American teams including Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Michigan State University, Michigan Technical University, Texas A&M University, University of Waterloo and Ketterling University, each transforming a Chevy Volt into a functional autonomous vehicle.    Photo: Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering Sun Yi, PhD Mechanical Engineering University of Michigan. Research interest include analysis and control of dynamic systems with application to robots, vehicles, and aircraft.
 
In this year's competition, the car's ability to navigate urban environment driving scenarios in the presence of static and dynamic objects was tested and scored at "Mcity", a one-of-a-kind urban test facility located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“Our A3 team consists of graduate students and undergrads solving the practical problems identified in their subgroups.

 



Those problems range from affordability, to performance in inclement weather to comfort," said Dr. Ali Karimoddini,  electrical and computer engineering associate professor. Initiatives like the Autodrive Challenge test the limits of research and innovation for an autonomous future.

"This is an impressive show of what students can do (when) given the opportunity. You’re talking about students coming together with very limited resources and budgets. Some of our team members are brand new and quickly ramped up to get to a competition, taking a regular car, outfitting it with sensors and building their own algorithms and software from scratch,” said Kareem Hogan, electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate and A3 team co-captain. “The A3 car innovations were all hand built. Not outsourced. The coding and fingerprints were all done by students of N.C. A&T.”

 
   

 

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