Go North Youth Event, BT Breakfast Television

CARRE Graduate students showcased drones to youth at University of Toronto Go North Youth Event on Stella is Live, Breakfast Television.

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Science Rendezvous 2018

CARRE participated in UofT's annual Science Rendezvous 2018 festival. Click the title to check out our students in action.

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Robohub

Performing rescue missions with drone networks: an Interview with Samira Hayat

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Government of Canada supports university-industry collaborations to prepare science and engineering graduates for jobs

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

U of T News - Drone Experts

Drone experts: U of T to train 150 grad students to fight forest fires, monitor crops, pipelines and railways with drones

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

U of T Engineering News

Three U of T engineers named Inventors of the Year

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Daily Commercial News

Drones could keep watchful eye on construction sites: an interview featuring Professor Angela Schoellig of the Institute for Aerospace Studies at the University of Toronto.

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Breakfast Television

Jenn & Winston live at University of Toronto

CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.

Robohub: Women in Robotics

Professor Angela Schoellig from University of Toronto recognized as one of 25 women in robotics you need to know about (2013). 

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CARRE Program Coordinator

The Centre for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) is a University of Toronto initiative to expand and unify research and teaching activities related to the burgeoning field of aerial robotics.

At CARRE, our goal is to develop new technologies, teach students, and disseminate research results to Canadian aerial robotics companies.