“Drones Helping Drones” Authors

  • Benjamin Covington is a rising senior studying Computer Game Design at George Mason University. He has been interested in the ethical issues surrounding inspiration in the design process, nearly anything that has to do with coding and simple mechanics, and both virtual and augmented reality technology. As an Eagle Scout with an Associates of Computer Science Benjamin hopes to be able to help design, code, build, and manage in order to use UAV technology to help revitalize the bee population.
  • Erinn Fecteau is a senior studying Computer Game Design at George Mason University. She has always been very interested in learning about issues facing the environment globally, from conservation of endangered species, the problem of invasive plants and animals, as well as the effects of global warming. With two years of computer science classes under her belt, Erinn is excited to use both her technical abilities with the artistic skills she has learned under her current major to educate people on the plight of honey bees whilst learning about cutting edge UAV technology.
  • Liam Devinney is a sophomore studying Computer Game Design at George Mason University. Growing up as the technology loving kid, drones and related remote control aircraft have been an area of interest for him for quite a few years now. Four years of experience in 3D modeling has helped Liam take up the role of manufacturing parts for the team's UAV, while spending time learning the flight mechanics to properly pilot it.

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