Luftronix Demos Software, Logic for Precision Indoor Drone Flights
Probably one of the most difficult problems faced by the drone industry is how to conduct indoor inspections, given the need for adaptability to variations in lighting and the capacity for precision flying in tight quarters. On June 22, Luftronix (Franklin Lakes) demonstrated such a system, using a drone to inspect a vintage F-14 World War II fighter jet housed at the Aviation Museum at the Naval Air Station in Wildwood.
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On Innovation Day, Educators Learn about Future of 3D Printing
n April, Montclair State University held a 3D Printing Innovation Day aimed at showing teachers all the things they can do with 3D printing. Many of the educators who attended had just been provided with a 3D printer as a resource at their schools. The event was cosponsored by Montclair State’s ADP Center for Learning Technologies, in conjunction with the MIX Lab, a 3D-printing laboratory at the school’s Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship.
Panelists Discuss Internet of Things Risks and Rewards at Feliciano Center
The internet of things and the data it yields are full of risks and rewards, and New Jersey is poised to get its share of both. So concluded a panel of investors, computer science educators and businessmen who spoke about iot disruption at a conference called, “Tools for Decision Making: Innovating in a Changing World.” It was hosted by the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship, at Montclair State University on Aug. 3