April 2020 Update: With Georgia Tech's move to remote learning for the spring and summer 2020 semesters, RNOC is suspending all in-person operations until further notice. Devices which are currently checked out can be returned to the secured drop box in the hallway in front of the RNOC lending library (TSRB #123). Upon return, please contact us at email@example.com indicating your name, email and the type of device(s) returned.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
As part of our mission to support innovation and experiential learning in academics and research through living labs, RNOC operates a Lending Library available to the Georgia Tech community. The library is supported through industry partnerships including AT&T and Verizon.
The resources available change regularly, but generally include: phones, tablets, and other mobile and wearable devices; Arduinos, Raspberry Pi’s and other IoT development kits; a variety of sensors; cameras and media capture devices; virtual machines and databases, home automation hubs and sensors; a wide range of networking equipment and network airtime; as well as spaces for students to work with one another.
These resources support a wide range of academic and innovation activities including class projects, learning mobile and IoT development, conducting experiments, field work, and user studies; participation in competitions and hackathons (including the CIC), as well as a variety of community engagement and research activities.
Visit the lab (TSRB #123) during these hours or email email@example.com to find out more about our current inventory and availability. Devices can be checked out for up to two weeks, with longer term and larger scale checkouts available based on resource availability, current demand, and project needs.
Operation of the Lending Library is made possible through the center’s research activities and the support of our industry and community partners. As a result, resource availability as well as lab hours are variable and are offered on a best effort basis. Those interested in making resources available to the Georgia Tech community through the lending library should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.