Experimental Flights: Formerly Exploratory Robotics
GOALS: Currently developing a drone that could be used to deliver goods on Georgia Tech campus-will be performing initial flight tests soon. Also collaborating with NASA Armstrong to support the Prandtl-M Mars Drone project-primary support areas are controls and structual testing.
METHODS & TECHNOLOGIES: Design, analysis and prototyping of drones for Martian data collection and drone delivery.
RESEARCH/DESIGN ISSUES: Aerodynamics, controls, structures/materials, power systems, systems engineering, mission planning, package handling.
MEETING TIME: Listed as Thurs, 12:00-12:50 but meets on Thurs, 10:55-11:45
ADVISORS: GTRI: Michael Mayo, Courtland Bivens, NASA Contact: Dr. Dave Berger
PARTNERS & SPONSORS: NASA Armstrong
MAJORS, PREPERATION AND INTERESTS:
AE - aerodynamics, controls, structures.
ME - mechanical design, prototyping, power systems, structures, robotics.
Materials Sciences - composites, robotics.
ECE - electrical engineering, circuits, software and hardware integration.
Computing - human computer interaction, robotics, algorithms
Architecture - design and prototyping, GIS and tracking systems
Architecture - design and prototyping, GIS and tracking systems.
CONTACT: Michael Mayo; Michael.email@example.com