On Friday, March 15th 2019, the College of Aeronautics and Engineering set up a line-following robot...
Exploring the development of an affordable, immersive, flight simulator. Current development of the system includes integration with unmanned aerial vehicles and the use case of immersive drone racing.<br /> All hardware and software is being open-sourced along with design documents of the system.
MOVR is an open-source last-mile autonomous delivery vehicle. IT is being developed using off-the-shelve components. Current development include integration with the Uber API, continuous re-planning of trajectories and intuitive interfaces.
Review on Telepresence
An innovation research laboratory focused on exploring the frontiers of telepresence robotics, tele-embodiment, autonomy and artificial intelligence
The goals of our immersed pilot training simulator is to create an environment for student pilots that provides the experience of flying in the real world without putting an expensive aircraft at risk. Through our VR headset and realistic control panel, a student pilot will be able to maneuver a UAV through conditions in the real world, as opposed to in a fully simulated flight environment, testing a pilots ability to respond to unpredictable circumstances and problems.