Finding Subsurface Damage on Aircraft
Dec 5, 2023
Traditional inspection methods fall short in planes made from fiber-reinforced polymers. A new method using wave propagation may find subsurface damage.
Robotics Blog: Regional Air Travel Depends on New Technologies
Aug 23, 2023
The demand for short flights is there, but rejuvenating the sector relies on green power systems and advanced controls.
Begun, the Drone Wars Have
Aug 1, 2023
The conflict in Ukraine has showcased the growing capability of uncrewed aerial systems. Military analysts now look to apply the lessons of this war to future battles—large and small.
An Avian Drone Flaps Its Way into the Sky
Jun 22, 2023
To better study wildlife, engineers are fitting drones to taxidermy birds that use their wings to fly.
Infographic: 5 AI Assists for Engineers
May 30, 2023
Generative artificial intelligence tools can provide value throughout the operations of engineering firms, including for design.
Q&A: Andreas Wendel on Self-Driving Trucks
May 25, 2023
Kodiak Robotics is one startup developing autonomous driving systems for long-haul trucking. Their chief technology officer talks about developing the system.
Five Ways Drone Technology is Improving
May 18, 2023
Drone improvements include advances in autonomous flight, composite materials, next-generation batteries, extended flight times, and payload capacities.
5 Agricultural Robots Bringing Food to the Table
May 2, 2023
A variety of robots are starting to work the fields, using AI, sensors. Lasers and more to weed, remove pests, plant, and harvest.
Video: Approaching Mechatronics and Autonomous Mobile Robots with a Different Perspective
Mar 16, 2023
Originally from Mexico, Ivana is a Ph.D. student at Stevens Institute of Technology. She shares her perspective on how the unique problem-solving skills of women engineers benefit and contribute to the field.