A member of the United States military is separated from their group, leaving them lost in an unsafe battlespace. To stay hidden from enemies, they use a smart handheld device that connects to a team of drones that locates missing personnel without using GPS signals – allowing them to be quickly and safely located.
Providing solutions to West Virginia manufacturers, fueling growth and advancing
manufacturing across the state is the purpose of the
West Virginia UniversityIndustrial Extension. A recent National Institute for Standards and Technology
Manufacturing Extension Partnership survey spotlights the true impact WVUIE has
on the state.
After years of use, mattresses and the wood, metal and textiles that compose them are eventually discarded into landfills, creating methane gases while their chemicals and dyes seep into soil and groundwater.
More than 50 years after scientists first coined the term "hydrogen economy," the movement to make hydrogen a predominant global fuel source could be gaining traction, thanks to research led by one West Virginia University engineer.
Professionals from institutions across the nation worked together at West Virginia University to understand and improve issues NASA is facing in creating autonomous systems using artificial intelligence on spacecraft systems.