Aerospace Research Reaches Awards Final
A collaborative BAE Systems MAS, Lancaster University and Cranfield University research project has been selected as one of three finalists in The Engineer Technology and Innovation 2008 Aerospace and Defense Sector awards.
The annual awards recognise the best examples of collaborative technology projects between Academia and Industry.
The Department of Communication Systems research is directed by Professor Costas Xydeas and Dr Plamen Angelov. Part of the ASTRAEA project, it involves algorithmic research on advanced collision avoidance and route planning systems to be used onboard unmanned air vehicles.
The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held on the 3rd of October 2008 at the Royal Society, London.
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