Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Quanser Innovation on View at ASEE 2011

For the second straight year, Quanser had the honor of hosting the Innovation Hub - a showcase of the cutting-edge technology that's becoming a part of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition. This year at ASEE 2011 in Vancouver, BC, we demonstrated a prototype of our brand new unmanned ground vehicle platform called QGV - the Quanser Ground Vehicle. The QGV allows the study of advanced unmanned systems technologies by operating an easy-to-use platform that can be integrated into research as well as undergraduate curriculum.

In this video you can see how the QGV uses its on-board sensors to perform a basic search and retrieve mission:

The QGV in action at the Innovation Hub at ASEE 2011.

The QGV platform is one of the latest examples of Quanser technology that's designed to give engineering students a deeper and more immediate experience with engineering technology. By using hands-on platforms like the QGV, universities around the world can give their students a better, well-rounded engineering education - one that delivers richer understanding of engineering technologies and better prepares their students to enter the workforce, with the practical skills that today's employers require.

If you want to learn more about Quanser's unmanned platforms, visit our website or email us.

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