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It’s a New Year!

It’s a new year for the team! We recruited ten new members who will continue running the Computer Science Club and working on the drone next year. HASMAAD will remain at the school for students to work with. The original … Continue reading

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ACTE CareerTech Vision Conference

Seven members of our team recently attended the ACTE CareerTech Expo in Nashville, TN. For four days, Neha Shah, Shreya Shirodkar, Meenal Kumar, Syed Raziq Mohideen, Hrishi Dharam, Hima Tamminedi, and Prathm Juneja, stayed in Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland, and discussed … Continue reading

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November Update

Despite the culmination of our grant cycle, work on the drone will be continued. We are moving forward with HASMAAD as a part of the Computer Science Club at our school. Currently our team consists of seven members of the … Continue reading

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June Update

Attending the LMIT EurekaFest event was an amazing experience. At the exhibition, we presented our invention to the public. We also met with other InvenTeams and learned about their inventions. We are fortunate to have been a part of the … Continue reading

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May Update

With the arrival of many required parts as well as a realization that pipe sizing is different from tube sizing, the spray boom has now been completed. It consists of a 1/2″ aluminum pipe with two 3/8″ holes drilled that … Continue reading

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MCA InvenTeam Representing at a Street Fair

This past Saturday, a town in our county, Woorbridge, held a street fair. The Academy was one of the organizations represented at the fair. The Academy booth was shared by the LMIT team and representatives of other aspects of the … Continue reading

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April Progress + Testing

About a month ago, we began to have issues with our video transmission and reception system, which, if not solved, would have crippled the Image Processing team’s efforts. After weeks of grueling trouble shooting and part replacement, we have finally gotten … Continue reading

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