Airhound is a 12 month thesis project that focuses on the "search" phase of a typical search and rescue operation.
[Thesis Report available upon request]
Project Manager and Lead Designer : Nish Kamath
Project Advisors: Geoff Wardle, Lucian Rosca, Tim Huntzinger, Pamela Blackwell
Sherif-George Manganas - Pup Design and Technical consultant
Stephan Park - Research support, Latent Design and Animation
Phil Enzler - UI systems strategist
Hari Ramachandran - UI and UX visualizer
Akash Chudasama - Whip and direction advisor
Robert Huo, Tom Hu - Model Prep and painting.
Jet Propulsion Laboratories - FINDER (Finding Individuals for Disaster and Emergency Response)
Flyspan Systems - Autonomous systems analytics and integration
GT Aeronautics - Remotely operated drone systems manufacturer
This project has been realized thanks to invaluable support from my family, loved ones and friends.
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Confidential. Property of Flyspan Systems.
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