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Wednesday, June 15 • 10:45am - 11:30am
Multi-use Technology Symposium: Future of Robotics

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Multi-use Technology Symposium: Future of Robotics
10:45 – 11:30 AM

Professor Thomas Bewley, University of California San Diego 

Mr. Treggon Owens, Chief Innovation Officer, 5d Robotics 

Mr. Chad Sweet, Director of Software Development, Qualcomm 

This session is part of the 6th Annual Multi-Use Technology Symposium.  For additional information on the full-day symposium, please visit the event webpage here.

Speakers
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Professor Thomas Bewley

Mr. Bewley currently works at the intersection of semi-autonomous agile robotics and the analysis, estimation, and forecasting of environmental flows using advanced control theory and numerical methods. His Coordinated Robotics Lab is developing an array of clever vehicles to achieve maximum agility with minimal complexity, and is coming to the mass market with a number of small toy and educational robotic vehicles in collaboration with WowWee... Read More →
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Treggon Owens

5d Robotics provides precise 3D mapping, photogrammetry, thermal and multi-spectral imagery data, empowering focused analytical solutions to vertical markets which include oil and gas, utilities, construction as well as others. Treggon will focus on bringing products to market for the commercial deployment of UAS. Founded Aerial MOB, which remains the leader and pioneer in the aerial cinematography and unmanned systems technology. Treggon remains... Read More →
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Chad Sweet

In this role he leads development of mobile, autonomous robotics leveraging Snapdragon processors. He has been with Qualcomm for 18 years. 5 years ago he moved from computer vision R&D to start the first robotics effort in Qualcomm Research. He has 12 patents granted and others pending in the areas of robotics, computer vision and communications and a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from Vanderbilt University. 




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