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Canada’s aerospace industry has been strong for decades, but new trends are transforming the industry and requiring aerospace manufacturers to be more proactive in their approach to growth.
Building drones to locate the nests of three different types of geese in the Canadian wilderness– that’s what a U of T engineering team had to do to take first place at the Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Student Competition, organized by Unmanned Systems Canada.
The Waterloo Space Apps Challenge, a 48-hour space-themed hackathon hosted by Waterloo-based SkyWatch, announced the winners that are advancing into the NASA Global Space Apps Challenge.
A new research partnership between academia, industry and government will enable unmanned aerial vehicles — UAVs, also known as drones — to safely find their way back to their launch point, even if their communication or GPS navigation systems fail.