Posts by: Rehan Ahmed

Rehan is a senior at James Madison University, studying Writing Rhetoric and Technical Communications. After graduation he hopes to work with nonprofits dealing with social equality. He is excited and interested in learning more about the application of drones and how he can create one to effectively detect and detonate landmines. In his free time Rehan enjoys making music and going to live shows.
And Now, Introducing the *Drum Roll* Landmines Team!

And Now, Introducing the *Drum Roll* Landmines Team!

Landmines
In August of 2016, twenty-one students from a variety of different disciplines met in a classroom at JMU and were asked one question: how can UAVs be used to tackle ... Read more
Landmine Team Timeline

Landmine Team Timeline

Landmines
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Detonating Problems Through Solutions and Critiques

Detonating Problems Through Solutions and Critiques

Landmines
The Landmines Team presents the prototype for their detonation drone. One of the biggest problems with landmines is that they are detonated via pressure. This means that landmines do not ... Read more
Wires, Codes, and Motors.

Wires, Codes, and Motors.

Landmines
The landmine team works together to learn more about the functions of an Arduino, codes, and running motors. When we began class this past Wednesday we were expecting the same ... Read more
Detecting Solutions and Detonating Problems

Detecting Solutions and Detonating Problems

Landmines
This week the Landmines Team meets to discuss the possible outcomes, scenarios, and challenges they face in creating a drone that can effectively seek out and destroy dormant landmines. Over ... Read more