Missing: Va. Techs to help in search and rescue missions

With a $ 1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, and a group of Virginia Technicians.

18 hours – but Virginia Tech researchers believe in teaching and rescue missions will save lives.

3,500 missions and visitors.

Ryan Williams, the assistant professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, said in Virginia Tech's College of Engineering.

With a $ 1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, and a group of Virginia Technicians.

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Drones are able to gather video, thermal imaging, or lidar

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“Werere training algorithms with thermal data to say,‘ OK, this thing here has the geometry of a bear or a deer. ”

In a real-time, on a tablet or smartphone interface.

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Large-scale searches in the commonwealth.

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