Virtual Tour of the SECS Research and Instruction Laboratories

Embedded Systems Research Laboratory
742 Science and Engineering Building

YouTube video from the 2010 AUVSI UnManned Aerial Systems Student Competition

ECE student Hong Chul Yang in a test flight of the OU
Quadrotor at the Upper Soccer field near student housing,
Summer 2009.

The focus of the Embedded System Laboratory at Oakland University is on design and implementation approaches for low-cost and self-healing embedded computer systems. The lab has expertise in rapid prototyping of embedded systems using high performance mixed-signal microcontrollers and various software development tools and operating systems.

The current target applications of the lab are autonomous aerial vehicle systems and target recognition payloads. The lab recently started collaboration with medical researcher at William Beaumont Hospitals developing a drug dispensing device and patient motion monitoring and prediction systems.

The OU Team at the 2009 AUVSI Unmanned Aerial
Systems Student Competition in Maryland, June 2009.

Aerial view of student housing complex through a 188º fisheye
lens for vehicle attitude estimation purposes, August 2008.

ESL members demonstrating to Dr. Kalam (former
President of India) some of the UAV related projects,
September, 2009.

Testing of our low-cost First-Person-View system over
the lower soccer fields on campus, August 2009.

Prototype of a 4-electrode low-voltage heart defibrillator
for verification of models and algorithms developed by
faculty in OU-Physics Department, December, 2008.

Test-bed with graphical user interface for researching
self-healing techniques, February, 2010.

For more information visit the Embedded Systems Research Laboratory website

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