Archive for ESET

A Texas A&M University undergraduate capstone design team named Enclave Electronics International recently presented their internet of things (IoT) lunar rover prototype to scientists at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. In short, NASA scientists were thrilled and said that the t…


Just before Spring Break, students in Dr. Sam Villareal’s two sections of ENGR 112 freshman engineering at Texas A&M University demonstrated their projects and excitement during an in-class robot competition. Villareal, senior lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, c…


Texas A&M University’s presence at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival in Austin this week will include robots developed by current and former students from the Electronics Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) and Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology (MXET) Programs’ Mobile Integrated So…


Dr. Byul Hur, assistant professor in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution (ETID) at Texas A&M University, is serving as a principal investigator on research to fight diseases like the Zika virus as part of a recent $10 million Centers for Disease Control grant giv…


Monitoring and controlling technical systems through the internet could be the next phase of space exploration and the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution at Texas A&M University is a leader in developing a system to suit NASA’s needs. The Electronic Systems Enginee…


Christopher Mentzer, manager of the Unmanned Systems R&D Branch at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, recently visited the Department of Engineering Technology and Distribution (ETID) at Texas A&M University for recruiting and outreach meetings. As part of his visit, Me…


Representatives from Texas Instruments were on the Texas A&M University campus recently for a ribbon cutting at the renovated Texas Instruments Mixed Signal Test Laboratory and Product Innovation Cellar (PIC) in the Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution (ETID). The PI…


The Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution at Texas A&M University recently contacted Dr. John Hill, senior group manager for Cloud and Mobile Technologies within National Instruments Research and Development Group, about working with 14 students in the Electronic Syste…


Four Texas A&M University Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) students took their DSTR (pronounced Disaster) robot to Stephenville, Texas, as part of the Mobile Integrated Solutions Laboratory’s (MISL) STEM outreach and recruiting initiative.  Alexis Crandall, Colby Ryan, Jennifer …


Acceleration is defined as an increase in the rate or speed of an object, specifically the rate of change of velocity per unit of time. For four students in the Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) program at Texas A&M University, DVDT is not only the formula for acceleration, but al…


The Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) program at Texas A&M University will be offering two professional engineering workshops: Lean Six Sigma (Green Belt/Yellow Belt) and Bridge to Test (Session IV). These workshops are designed to help engineers develop a wide array of practical …


Students completing a Capstone course in Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) at Texas A&M University are getting valuable hands-on experience solving real problems in the space industry thanks to a new collaboration between ESET, NASA, Texas Instruments and Texas Space Technologies,…