Reserve SMART Facilities and Equipment

Equipment reservation and use policies
  • Reservation requests must be made at least two business days in advance of the project start date and time.
  • Space and equipment are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.  In certain circumstances (e.g., an imminent proposal deadline), there may be a need to rearrange the testing schedule.  Any such requests need to be made to SMART administration.
  • Orientation is required prior to equipment use. Researchers must obtain proper training from the ​lead equipment user or SMART technician before using the equipment.
  • If equipment is damaged or broken, the researcher is responsible to work with SMART administration to develop a plan to either repair the equipment or replace it.  This may include some financial obligations depending upon the nature of the incident.

Thermal Imaging Camera: FLIR A325sc

FLIR A325sc thermal imaging camera

Features: 25° Lens, 60 Hz, 320x240, -20°C to 350°C, w/ResearchIR Max, High Temperature Option (+1200°C/+2192°F), laptop, tripod.

Motion Capture Lab (126 Bonner Hall)

Bonner 126 Sandbox

The Motion Capture Lab is a student-centric, reconfigurable high-bay facility for testing of working robot prototypes, agile product realization, teaching demonstrations, and other SMART related projects.

Motion Capture System

Bonner 126 Sandbox

Vicon Vantage:an intelligent Motion Capture System with onboard sensors, LEDs, a digital display, and Vicon’s Control app.