Tag Archive: MIT

May 02

AHS East New England’s First Annual Drone Race

The East New England chapter of the American Helicopter Society hosted their first annual Drone Race in collaboration with MIT’s AeroAstro department and sponsored in part by Terrafugia, a leader in personal air transport that was founded by MIT graduates in the Boston area.   15 first-time drone racers had the pleasure of learning how …

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Apr 09

Join AHS ENE on April 17th for a Drone Race at MIT!

AHS East New England Chapter is pleased to announce our next event – a Drone Race!   This should be an exciting & entertaining event! We will also have Glenn Davis, Director of Flight Operations and Safety at AiRXOS, as our guest speaker.  AiRXOS, a GE venture, is helping accelerate the safe, efficient, scalable integration of …

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Mar 12

MIT Welcomes AHS ENE at Science on Saturday: Rockets and Flight!

This past Saturday, AHS ENE volunteered at “Science on Saturday: Rockets and Flight,” an event designed to teach kids about aerospace engineering and hosted by AIAA and the MIT Museum. Nearly 1,000 kids, parents, teachers, and volunteers participated in the event, which featured a keynote speech from Lt. Col. Tucker “Cinco” Hamilton, Experimental Fighter Test …

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Oct 27

A great night at MIT Beaver Works

On October 25th, Dr. Robert Shin of MIT’s Beaver Works hosted the East New England chapter of the American Helicopter Society at their innovative laboratory on campus in Cambridge. Nearly 40 vertical flight enthusiasts gathered for a night of networking, presentations, food, and fun.   Always a crowd favorite, and somewhat of an AHS East …

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Oct 11

Join us at MIT Beaver Works on October 25

On October 25th at 5:30pm, the East New England chapter of the American Helicopter Society (AHS) International will have our next meeting at the MIT Beaver Works laboratory in Cambridge, MA. Join us for a fun night including a tour of the lab and a series of presentations starting with the founder of the Beaver …

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