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Ryan Jones demos to new students at Coleman University the Tynker application in junction with the Parrot Airborne Mars Cargo Mini Drone using autonomous programming.
Near the end of Video 1, Dan Wolfson informs the new incoming students about ENVI’s innovations and how it can benefits students for future Job placement.
Imagine you’re a company like Amazon who just had a few parts break on one of their Wind Turbines and all the parts needed for replacement are out of state and over seas. Using a ground vehicle extends the time due to traffic, accidents, intersections, and possibly human error. With a land vehicle you would then have to drive to location B then C then back to B and back to where he Wind Turbines are at A. With an aerial drone, you can fly to point B, then to point C, then back to the Wind Turbines at point A. This reduces time and cost. Not to mention it’s fun to learn and program.
If we were to travel by land vehicle. We would have a distance equal to points (A to B) x 2 + points (B to A) x 2. or(75 x 2) + (75 x 2) = 300 miles.
We fly from A to B to C and back to A. 75 + 75 + 106 = 256
Total distance saved: 44 miles
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