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Content tagged with Aerospace
posted in September 2012
Super Mistake Caused Super Voltage
Sherlock Ohms 
9/25/2012  21 comments
How could an aircraft system with no more than 15V cause burn marks in strange places? Is it misuse or a big mistake?
UAVs to Get Robot Arms & Hands
Blog 
9/24/2012  8 comments
Researchers at Drexel University are studying how to add robotic hands and arms to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that can be used in flight without crashing.
Video: Robotic Plane Flies Indoors Without GPS
News 
9/14/2012  20 comments
MIT’s Robust Robotics Group flew a fixed-wing vehicle around the parking garage under a university building, navigating pillars safely, with only the use of onboard sensors to direct the path of the plane.
Slideshow: 3D Printing Will Go to Mars
Engineering Materials 
9/13/2012  29 comments
It turns out that 3D printing techniques are perfect for use in space, but additive manufacturing isn't just for astronauts.
Autonomous UAVs Fly in Swarms
Blog 
9/7/2012  16 comments
Boeing and Johns Hopkins University have demonstrated the ability of autonomous UAVs to fly in a swarm without a ground control station.




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