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Robot revolution

FLC engineering students see the future in automated, electrical wonders

Robot revolution

Ryan N. Smith, assistant professor at Fort Lewis College, demonstrates the “HopKopter” in April. It was designed by Fort Lewis College seniors to roll across the ground and fly over obstacles, powered by a small quadcopter.
Ryan N. Smith, assistant professor at Fort Lewis College, gets his autonomous surface vehicle synchronized to his laptop by using a cellphone he places inside the boat. The air boat is used to study and monitor aquatic resources. Similar boats will be used to monitor Roger’s Reservoir.
Ryan N. Smith, assistant professor at Fort Lewis College, drives his autonomous surface vehicle at the pond on campus. The air boat can be programed to follow a plotted course.
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