Mobile Integrated Solutions Laboratory (MISL) is an applied research facility that is housed in the Electronic Systems Engineering Technology Program at Texas A&M University. The lab supports undergraduate experiential learning opportunities beyond the classroom and educational laboratory and is focused on design and development of space-based products and systems and in ground-based robotics for research, education and STEM outreach. MISL researchers have been sponsored by large companies such as Texas Instruments and National Instruments, public-sector organizations like NASA, and small startup companies such as Texas Space Technology, Applications, and Research and the Center for Advancement of Science in Space. MISL has an on-going partnership with the engineering division at NASA-JSC to develop and deploy the Modular Integrated Stackable Layer Architecture which is selection of rack-and-stack, space qualified printed circuit boards that are used in meeting the need for highly reconfigurable embedded hardware for harsh environments found in the space, automotive, oil & gas, and medical industries. MISL routinely sponsors undergraduate capstone projects in Internet of Things, Autonomous Vehicles and Connected Vehicles.
MISL works mainly with students in Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) and Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology (MXET). Some students are in the Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET). Links for more information on these majors are below.
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