Stories tagged with: Avionics Engineering Center

NASA awards Ohio University, Reliable Robotics and partners $6 million to advance autonomous aircraft tech and industry standards

March 21, 2024 Ohio University and Reliable Robotics lead efforts to advance autonomous aircraft operations as part of NASA’s university leadership initiative.

OHIO recognizes faculty, student and alumni inventors, including 11 patent recipients

April 20, 2023 Ohio University recognized dozens of faculty, student, staff and alumni researchers who submitted intellectual property disclosures and 11 projects that received patents in 2022.

Federal Aviation Administration grants $10 million to OHIO's Avionics Engineering Center

June 16, 2022 The Avionics Engineering Center has been awarded a $10 million agreement from the Federal Aviation Administration to enable the FAA to obtain specialized technical support and access test facilities.

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Videmsek recognized for research with the Avionics Engineering Center

June 13, 2022 Two-time graduate of the Russ College of Engineering and Technology Andrew Videmsek is the 2022 recipient of the RTCA’s William E. Jackson Award.

Russ College’s Bobcat-1 satellite launched into space by NASA

October 13, 2020 The Bobcat-1 satellite, developed at the Ohio University Avionics Engineering Center, has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS).

Engineers develop new technology to advance autonomous vehicles

March 3, 2020 The autonomous vehicle guidance and trajectory tracking system developed by Professor Jim Zhu is patent pending. Since 2015, Zhu and his co-inventors have continued to refine the system.

OHIO’s Frank van Graas went above and beyond—literally—to improve airplane landings

November 17, 2015 Avionics expert and OHIO professor Frank van Graas, PHD ’88, recalls his favorite test flight when birthing a milestone tracking instrument.

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