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Texas A&M University System - RELLIS Campus

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The Texas A&M University System is creating a new paradigm for the future of applied research, technology development and education. The 2,000 acre RELLIS Campus is conveniently located just 8 miles/15 minutes from Texas A&M University’s main campus. This location has long been a place where Texas A&M has conducted world-class research, technology development and workforce training in areas such as vehicle safety, traffic engineering, law enforcement training, biological materials processing, robotics and unmanned aerial systems.

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Texas A&M University System - RELLIS Campus

  1. 1. TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SYSTEM RELLIS CAMPUS The Texas A&M University System is creating a new paradigm for the future of applied research, technology development and education. The 2,000 acre RELLIS Campus is conveniently located just 8 miles/15 minutes from Texas A&M University’s main campus.This location has long been a place where Texas A&M has conducted world-class research, technology development and workforce training in areas such as vehicle safety, traffic engineering, law enforcement training, biological materials processing, robotics and unmanned aerial systems. Center for Infrastructure Renewal (CIR) – A collection of state-of-the-science laboratories will serve as a research and training hub for federal, state and local governments, universities and private industry.This unique, integrated facility will close the loop from research to implementation of new technologies, and will address the infrastructure challenges of the 21st century. Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) State Headquarters Building – Provides a collaborative environment for advancing transportation research to develop solutions for the challenges facing all modes of transportation and to create and test future innovations, such as automated and connected transportation technologies. Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research – This center will be dedicated to all aspects of autonomy technologies including robotics, autonomous and connected vehicle technologies, and associated cybersecurity facets. TEES Headquarters and Research Center – A centralized office and research facility for TEES researchers and staff. Workforce Development and Training Facilities – New and expanded workforce development and training facilities will be developed for instruction and certification in areas such as construction skills, safety, utilities, equipment operation, and cybersecurity. RELLIS Campus Proving Ground and Testbed Capabilities • Six miles of concrete proving grounds and testbeds • Five miles of urban grid flexible pavements • Toll Equipment proving ground • Smart Intersection testbed including SPaT capability • V2I Applications & Communications (DSRC, 4G LTE, 5G) • Highly-automated Vehicle (HAV) Testing • HAV safe-stop testing and law enforcement training • Human Factors Testing and Simulation • UAS/UAV Laboratory and Proving Ground • Secure storage/garage facilities • Work zone Safety testing and training • Crash testing of roadside and barrier systems • Material testing for pavements, markings, signs, etc. • Large-scale structural testing (high-bay) laboratory • Smart energy grid laboratory • Sensor system laboratory and proving ground Future RELLIS Campus Assets and Capabilities • AV pathways and shuttle systems • High Speed link to TAMU (monorail/hyperloop system)(proposed) • High Speed link to Houston and Austin (proposed) • Expanded UAS/UAV testbed and proving ground to include tunnel • Multi-purpose urban grid testbed, proving ground and training field RELLIS CAMPUS CURRENT AND FUTURE FACILITIES AND LABS
  2. 2. “The transformation of Riverside Campus into the Texas A&M RELLIS Campus will enhance and expand our current research capabilities, provide more opportunities for education and training, and foster industry partnerships to address some of today’s most critical engineering problems.” — John Sharp Chancellor, The Texas A&M University System BENEFITS OF RELLIS CAMPUS • Great location only 90 minutes from both Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston • Separate gated secure area for private, independently-managed businesses • High-tech environment with collaborative opportunities with other engineering and technology tenants • Connection with the nation’s top faculty, researchers and students • Access to the Texas A&M campus testing facilities and laboratories PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE: • Ground leases for corporate research facilities (terms and rates are negotiable; 20 years with a 10-year renewal option is standard) • Lease of Texas A&M owned research facilities (terms and rates are negotiable; 6 mo. minimum, 5 year maximum is standard) • Consortium memberships providing access to Texas A&M research facilities, faculty and testbeds (three tier membership levels are standard; example memberships range from $150,000/yr to $25,000/yr) • Public-private partnerships for retail, residential, utility and other facilities (terms and conditions are negotiable) • Collaborative research agreements with the Texas A&M System for project teaming on competitive proposals as well as direct- funded research efforts • Naming rights for Texas A&M facilities in consideration of corporate donations/gifts Companies interested in utilizing Texas A&M’s research facilities, entering into partnerships to create facilities in RELLIS Campus or discussing opportunities are encouraged to contact us. Join us in building the premier public-private research, technology and education complex in Texas. Contact: John Barton Associate Vice Chancellor Texas A&M Engineering Director, RELLIS Campus jbarton@tamus.edu 979-458-6422 Phillip Ray Vice Chancellor For Business Affairs Texas A&M System Offices pray@tamus.edu 979-458-6000 Texas A&M System Offices | Chancellor’s Office 1122 TAMUS | College Station,TX 77840-7896

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