“Sometimes, you have to do something just to show that you can do it.”- Håvard Grip, Mars Helicopter Chief Pilot at JPL.When the Wright brothers flew for the
“Sometimes, you have to do something just to show that you can do it.”
- Håvard Grip, Mars Helicopter Chief Pilot at JPL.
When the Wright brothers flew for the first time, they flew an experimental aircraft. “The Wright Brothers showed that powered flight in Earth’s atmosphere was possible...”, said Håvard Grip. With NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity, JPL did the same on Mars.
Innovate@UCLA invites you to join us for an eye-opening session with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Chief Information Officer, Randi Levin and Dr. Keith Comeaux, Mars 2020 Deputy Chief Engineer. As key members of the Ingenuity team, Randi and Keith will discuss this incredible achievement in autonomous robotics, and what it means for the future of roto-craft systems and the future of space exploration.
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