For decades our team at Quanser has worked with thousands of researchers to shortcut the path from concept to finding and securing funding and, finally, implementation and publication of validated research outcomes. Increasingly, driven by the ambitious work of our customers to push the boundaries of engineering education and research, our platforms have continued to add value by bridging many complimentary research and teaching areas, from controls and mechatronics to intelligent cyber-physical systems and self-driving.
We want to take advantage of this success to continue investing in our studio platforms to offer this kind of value to a larger group of academics in the future. Based on feedback from our customers, we have already begun to add more flexible, powerful, turnkey devices to our studios, complemented by rich, expanded academic content.
To learn more, please join us for our Studio Enhancement webinar on Tuesday, November 15, at 10 AM EST (GMT -5). You will discover how we have rebuilt our Self-Driving Car Studio to enable a spectrum of activities including teaching, advanced research, and outreach activities. We will also showcase our revolutionary new virtual QCar environment that we hope will change the way self-driving is researched and presented to students. Not only that, but we will also present our newly redesigned QDrone 2 with more capabilities than ever before. It promises to be an exciting event, and we hope you can attend. If you are not able to attend live, you can still register, and we will be happy to send you a copy of the recording following the event.
Peter Martin, B.Sc.Eng., M.A.Sc., is an engineering education specialist who has been a member of the Quanser R&D team for over ten years. As Director of R&D, Peter is responsible for ensuring that Quanser’s vision and strategy continue a legacy of world-leading innovative and academically aligned products and services. During his tenure, Peter has been responsible for leading the development of several notable ground-breaking products focused on diverse markets from robotics and mechatronics to educational platforms and tools.