Experts from industry and academia and more than 100 students will attend the conference on June 21 and 22. Speakers from Switzerland, Austria and the U.S. will present the latest research on hot topics in the field, such as how to fly drones — also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs — in complex environments without relying on GPS.
The conference will also feature demonstrations from companies such as drone manufacturer DJI and U of T Engineering spinoff Arrowonics. Founded by CARRE director Hugh Liu, Arrowonics uses patented technology to synchronize the flight of dozens of drones, creating innovative light displays for a wide variety of occasions.
Read this article for more details- Please Click