July 8, 2009
On Wednesday July 8th, CAVR hosted 32 eight to thirteen year olds from California State Monterey Bay’s summer Camp SEA Lab. The students had the opportunity to interact with robotic dogs, an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), remotely operated vehicle (ROV), and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
The students got to see the quad rotor in action. Tad Masek explaining the quad rotor to the students.
The students saw a presentation given by Doug Horner on current projects involving the Scan Eagle and Remus.
Sean Kragelund walks students through driving the Phantom ROV through obstacles.
With Aurelio Monarrez's help the students got to play with the Aibo Dogs which demonstrates how research on autonomous vehicles can be fun.