On Thursday, May 21st the general public was lucky enough to witness an outdoor test of the KAPVIK Mars Rover instrumented with a magnetometer from GEM Systems For more visit http://earthsci.carleton.ca/news/15/space-exploration-rover-magnetometer-tested-carleton
Unmanned Air Vehicles in the Earth Sciences session at the joint meeting of the AGU-CGU-GAC-MAC, 3-7 May in Montreal
The Joint Assembly is a unique platform for scientists and researchers to connect with their Canadian and U.S. colleagues in an intimate setting. With more than 2,000 attendees, the meeting covers the entire Earth and space science spectrum. GEM Systems was invited to present the paper entitled “Developing a High Sensitivity Magnetic Gradiometer for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ” at the Unmanned Air Vehicles in the Earth Sciences session at the joint meeting of the AGU-CGU-GAC-MAC; follow the link below for more. https://agu.confex.com/agu/ja2015/meetingapp.cgi#Session/5931
AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems 2015 convenes the largest global community of commercial and defense leaders in intelligent robotics, drones and unmanned systems. On May 4, 2015, every domain — air, ground and maritime — and industry, from agriculture and construction to energy and academia, converged under one roof and GEM Systems’ autonomous magnetic gradiometer was on display along with other innovations that will shape our future.