AeroVironment MacCready Works Donates Quantix Systems to West Point Military Academy to Support Its Robotics Research Center
- Automated, integrated and easy to use, the highly automated Quantix drone allows West Point cadets to focus on data analytics
- Builds on AeroVironment’s ongoing collaboration with universities nationwide to support student development and product enhancement
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AeroVironment Donates it's Quantix Systems to
“MacCready Works is a focal point for AeroVironment’s continuous
innovation, focusing on relentless problem solving and doing what has
never been done before,” said
West Point cadets will deploy two Quantix systems as part of the collaboration. The Quantix system is a fully integrated drone, sensor and software information solution for collecting and using aerial imagery that is as easy to use as an app.
The drone’s robust hybrid VTOL technology allows Quantix to operate effectively in a variety of conditions so cadets can collect data and create actionable intelligence when and where they need to.
This donation is part of AeroVironment’s ongoing support for West Point
cadets and the company’s commitment to supporting those who defend
freedom. The company also hosts West Point cadets as interns at
Further supporting American troops and first responders,
No Federal endorsement implied.
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