Tag Archives: drones

Eric Ewing: Helping multi-robot research lift off at Brown and beyond

Advancing a commitment to accessible robotics education, the Ph.D. student is researching how to simultaneously control multiple drones and teaching others how to build and operate them.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — For Brown University doctoral student Eric Ewing, teaching his first college-level class is a long-awaited dream that is finally taking flight. (more…)

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The Next Frontier in Mechanical Engineering: Drones work together to save wounded soldiers

Drone technology is quickly evolving –no longer just for military use, these flying robots now have a place within commercial enterprise. Also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, drones today have practical applications, like delivering packages for Amazon or allowing realtors to take aerial video to show off a sale property. (more…)

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Trojan Horse for Russian Defense Industry

Russia has finally decided to purchase two Mistral helicopter carriers from France in the total amount of 1.37 billion euros. It is not the first time when Russia concludes defense deals with France. However, the Mistral deal is the largest one in Russia’s recent history when Russia purchased military hardware from a foreign state. (more…)

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