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Components of CIES at NDSU

  • create, design and develop innovative, embedded systems and integrated electronic systems by adding programmability (via software/firmware) to existing electronic hardware
  • develop software, including software for integrated systems, using a variety of programming languages, tools and operating environments
  • utilize software and firmware algorithm expertise to address certain vertical market segments, including integrated electronic systems
  • develop intellectual property available for licensing to private sector

Potential Industrial Market Applications

  • power plants and refineries
  • enterprise resource planning systems
  • agricultural electronics and communications
  • wireless sensors
  • border security
  • gas and oil monitoring
  • industrial vehicle intelligence systems
  • healthcare patient and asset tracking systems
  • portable devices (MP3 players, cell phones)
  • factory or robotic controllers
  • data storage
  • wireless telecommunications

Technical Experience & Commitment to Excellence

  • CNSE electronics facilities available and in use on current projects
  • cleanroom infrastructure and operation
  • expertise and experience establishing research partnerships
  • industrial and business experience in integrated systems, electronics testing and optimization, sensor design, systems engineering, and business development

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