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            Ongoing Research Initiatives
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    Ongoing Research Initiatives (continued)
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    Auburn Huntsville Research Center
         (AUHRC) Focus Areas
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Information Assurance
    Auburn Information Assurance Capabilities
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Advanced Manufacturing Enterprise /
          Supply Chain
                               MANUFACTURING LAB
                                       Plant Layout
             Final Line                               Receiving & ASRS Warehouse




      shipping               Ergonomic Research Lab




                                                      Electronics Test Area


Vision
Inspection
                  U Shaped Cells
and
Robotics
                           MANUFACTURING LAB
                             Facility Details


• 5,000 Sq Ft
• 1 Million in Equipment Donations
•ASRS Material Delivery System
•Conference Room
•Two Offices
•Quality Lab
•Satellite Electronic Testing Lab
                  MANUFACTURING LAB


                      Our Product




•277 Pieces
•15 Work Stations
•Customer Demand/Takt Rate, 50 Seconds per Unit
                         MANUFACTURING LAB
                                    Technology

Vision Inspection   Programmable Conveyor        Robotics
                            MANUFACTURING LAB
                        Auto Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS)

In Operation at Continental Automotive                        Currently In Our Lab




                                                                    RFID
   Supply chain management is the “art” of managing the flow of materials and products,
  information, and financial resources from source to user. SCM involves strategic planning,
                         integration, and execution of key processes.




“The success of companies like Procter & Gamble, Hewlett-Packard Company,
Dell Computer, and Wal-Mart is testimony that a well-orchestrated, tightly
integrated supply chain is crucial to the competitiveness of an enterprise.”
                                                     Dr. Hau Lee, Stanford University
Advanced Electronic Packaging
        Facilities

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        Facilities
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        Facilities

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        Research           Flexible electronics
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                             Die stacking
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        Cryogenic module
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NSF Center for Advanced Vehicle and
 Extreme Environment Electronics
              (CAVE)
                    The I/UCRC Model

                           Company A                              Company B




                                                University

            Company F                      I/UCRC
                                       University
                                                                              Company C

                                                    University


The model allows
industries to interact
with                                                             Company D
                            Company E
pre-competitive research



                                                    Reference: NSF
 Fundamental-Research Areas

                      Component Reliability and
                    Prognostic Health Management
                               Systems

                    Connectors, and System-Level
                    Interconnects: Degradation and
cave 3                    Wear Mechanisms


                    Harsh Electronics Systems and
                           Manufacturing

                      Leadfree Solders Alloys
                      Constitutive and Wetting
                             Behavior
  Shared Risk - Common Themes
-80   -60   -40   -20    0       20    40      60       80 100    120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340

                                   Consumer, 0 to 100C

                                Military, -55 to 125C

                              Ground Vehicles, -40 to 125C

                  Passenger Automotive, -40 to 85C

                        Underhood Automotive, -40 to 125C

                              Automotive On-Engine, -40 to 150C

                         Outdoor Communication Systems, -40 to 175C

                                               Aerospace, Jet-Engines, -55 to 260C

                                   Avionics, -55 to 125C

  Space (Mars), -120 to 20C

                                                    Space (Jupiter Surface Probes), -180 to 380C

                                                             Oil & Gas Well Logging, 75 to 225C

                                                                                                   Geothermal Wells, 75 to 225C



-80   -60   -40   -20    0       20    40      60       80 100    120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340
Shared Risk - Common Themes
                                              Vibration Testing Profiles for Various Vehicle Types
                                                                                                     Road Transport
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                                                                                                     Rail Transport

                                                                                                     Sea transport
                                    0.1                                                              Fixed Wing Jet
 Power Spectral Density (g2/Hz)




                                                                                                     Aircraft
                                                                                                     Fixed Wing Propeller
                                                                                                     Aircraft
                                                                                                     Helicopter
                                   0.01
                                                                                                     Tracked Vehicle



                                  0.001
                                          1       10            100          1000          10000


                        0.0001




      0.00001
                                                           Frequency (Hz)

                                                                            Ref: MIL-STD-810F
Shared Risk - Common Themes



                                                                                                Ref: MIL-STD-810F

                  14
                       Impact velocity in ms-1
Drop Height (m)




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                       Storage and   Military Land    External          External         Ship
                        Transport      vehicles      Carriage on       Carriage on
                                                     Fixed Wing        Helicopter
                                                       Aircraft

                                                                   Ref: DEF-STAN 00-35
                              High-Speed Measurement of Transient
                                      Dynamic ResponseSpeed
                                               Phantom v7.2 High
                                                                           Cameras, 275,000 fps
                High-speed video cameras operating
                at frame rates of 275,000 fps.
                Strain,     displacement,     velocity,
                acceleration data acquisition at ultra-
                high sampling rates.

                     400                                             12
                     300
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Micro Strain (Exx)




                                                                            Continuity (Volts)
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                     100
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                     -100 0    0.01   0.02   0.03   0.04   0.05   0.06
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                     -300
                     -400                                            -12
                                      Time (seconds)                                              Shock-Tower
 Vibration Testing at Temperature

           High Speed Camera           Signal Controller




                                                                     Random Profiles
           Vibration Direction

                                                           Fixture
                                                                          Sine Sweep Profile (2G)
Test specimen                        Amplifier




  Shaker

                                 Field Power Supply

                                                                      Sweep Profiles
                 Selected Facilities
                     Accelerated Testing




                                                    Sizes
                                                    1.0 cf (8)
                                                    4.0 cf (5)
                                                    8.0 cf (8)
                                                    10.0 cf (1)
Thermal Cycling and Temperature Humidity Chambers   12.0 cf (2)
                                                    16.0 cf (1)
Selected Facilities
   Surface Science
Auburn’s Vehicle Positioning and Vehicle
          Dynamics Research
                     GAVLAB Resources

Instrumented and Automated Vehicles      Various Grade       Various Grade
                                         GPS Receivers           IMUs
                                      Lidars, Cameras. etc
        NCAT Test Track
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                      Test facility is available for
                     validating vehicle modeling
                      and estimation algorithms
                      using instrumented vehicle
                     test-beds
    Auburn’s Mini Baja Track
                Located adjacent to the 1.7 mile
                 NCAT paved test track

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                  Red—Baja Course
                  Blue – Navcom Starfire GPS Coverage
                  Black—NCAT Track

                  Terrain includes: Sand, Gravel, Water,
                     Mud, Steep hills, Large Rocks,
                     Grass, water hazards
Auburn UGV and Darpa Grand Challenge Work
               DARPA Grand Challenge

 Autonomous Vehicle Race from Los
  Angeles to Las Vegas

 No humans allowed

 No pre-knowledge of route

 Applied control knowledge to an
  actual system

 Developed technologies are relevant
  for future automotive systems
          DARPA Grand Challenge
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              RASCAL                   TERRAMAX
    SciAutonics/Rockwell Scientific   Rockwell Collins
Auburn’s Lunar Excavator Project
    2010 Lunabotics Mining Competition



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