Precarn funds graduate students

Guest Contributor
December 9, 2005

Precarn Inc has awarded $540,000 to support a variety of disciplines relating to university-based robotics and intelligent systems projects. The $7,500 awards went to 72 graduate students in areas such as electrical and mechanical engineering and psychology. Precarn has also made an award of nearly $1 million to support a surveillance project led by MacDonald, Dettwiler & Associates Inc, Richmond, BC. The project includes Actenum Corp, Vancouver, Defense R&D Canada - Valcartier, Simon Fraser Univ and the Univ of Calgary, and aims to develop intelligent tools capable of processing information collected on board a vessel before being sent to a central command centre....

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