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Kochersberger Lab develops drone technology for finding radioactive materials


Dr KBK in lab

African Drone and Data Academy named finalist for international humanitarian award


Students working at the African Drone and Data Academy

Drones are growing up


An engineer adjusts a part on a drone

Accredited drone curriculum comes to mechanical engineering


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Virginia Tech’s site in the Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems makes a lasting impact on a rising industry


USL Training at Kentland

Autonomous 19 km Medicine Delivery in Malawi Conducted by USL & Malawi University


Students from the ADDA hold up their completed EcoSoar drones along with members of the Unmanned Systems Lab

Virginia Tech Wins P.U.N.C.H. Competition 

In a Beta version of a new competition, Virginia Tech won a head-to- head competition against Rowan University of New Jersey in a precision aerial package delivery event held in Blacksburg. The goal of the event, called PUNCH, for Precision Unmanned Navigation and Cargo Handling, was to autonomously deliver packages to specified targets on a field. Points were awarded based on delivery speed, weight delivered, and accuracy. Check out the video.


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