Student-designed UAVs could be put to work in Fla.

01/13/2013 | Ocala Star-Banner (Fla.)

The Engineering & Manufacturing Institute of Technology program at Forest High School in Marion County, Fla., has received an AT&T "STEM at Work" grant, which will fund a challenge put out to students to design unmanned aerial vehicles. Teams of five students will present and fly their prototypes for the Sheriff's Office and Progress Energy energy officials who will choose five that could be developed for future use.

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