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Dr. Horiuchi explains the workings of a micro-air vehicle to one of his students.

Dr. Horiuchi explains the workings of a micro-air vehicle to one of his students.

 

Noah Shachtman, who edits Wired magazine's online "Danger Room" national security blog, has discovered the research of Associate Professor Timothy Horiuchi (ECE/ISR). Shachtman writes about Horiuchi's work that uses principles from bat echolocation to help micro-air vehicles sense their environment.

Read the article at Wired's web site.

May 17, 2007


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