ResCon Technologies offers an adaptive autopilot for drones that makes them safer and more efficient thanks to a breakthrough in Machine Learning that is up to one million times faster than traditional approaches and can operate on extremely low-power computing devices.
February 2021 - ResCon has been approved to participate in the Keenan Center's Wheeler and Wolstein Internship program, open to OSU undergrads and grad students.
January 2021 - ResCon is seeking a Lead Software Developer/Flight Stack Engineer to assist in our implementation of machine learning and advanced sensor fusion on drones.
December 2020 - ResCon was awarded a Phase I STTR contract under the Agility Prime program to investigate using our ML approach to fuse sensor and navigation data on a small UAS to aid in GPS-denied navigation. Research will be conducted in partnership with Ohio University.
December 2020 - ResCon was awarded a Supply Base Resilience and Diversification (SBRD) grant to work with The Ohio State University's Center for Design and Manufacturing Excellence (CDME) to integrate our adaptive autopilot with test aircraft.
December 2020 - ResCon was awarded a Technology Validation and Startup Fund (TVSF) grant from the State of Ohio's Development Services Agency. Funds will be used to create validation platforms for customer field demonstrations.
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