Maryland Robotics Day

Avatar recently participated in Maryland Robotics Day, hosted by the University of Maryland. The event, geared toward industry and government guests, is designed to acquaint potential partners with the University of Maryland’s many robotics research projects, faculty, students and facilities. It was a great learning experience for everyone in attendance, and some exciting connections were made. We had the opportunity to tour many of the robotics labs, view some live robotics demonstrations, and chat with many graduate students and professors about their exciting research developments.

For more information about Maryland Robotics Day, please visit their website.

 

A demonstration of a robotic arm in the Space Systems Lab

 

The aerial vehicle demonstration

 


Dawn Sewalt (left) and Megan Mudge (center) with University of Maryland  aerospace engineering graduate student Justin Brannan in front of the Neutral Buoyancy Research Facility

 

Keep checking back with Avatar’s blog for an exciting announcement
related to our participation in Maryland Robotics Day!