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Off-Road Autonomy

Deep Orange 13

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DEEP ORANGE 13

For the 13th iteration of Deep Orange, Clemson automotive engineering students are engineering an autonomy-enabled, optionally remote-controlled, non-combat, off-road ground vehicle in partnership with the U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC).

 

The project team is tasked with developing an ingenious tracked vehicle design, open autonomous vehicle architecture, series-hybrid electric powertrain and disruptive innovations that both equip students for successful careers and advance the state of autonomous technology. Read more here.

Deep Orange 13 represents the final phase in a groundbreaking research partnership housed in the University’s $18M VIPR-GS Center focused on off-road autonomy for multi-scale vehicle fleets; propulsion systems and smart energy; and virtual prototyping and digital engineering for autonomy-enabled off-road vehicles. Models, algorithms, analytical capabilities and decision-making tools resulting from the research will be evaluated via the project.

Partners

A PROJECT MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH COLLABORATION

The following organizations have provided generous support, in-kind contributions, and mentoring to achieve the objectives of Deep Orange 13.

Students

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