Michigan Aerospace Corporation is pleased to announce the ongoing development of a machine learning based software tool called RECONN.ai for use in the identification and classification of wildlife in camera trap imagery. This platform, targeted for use by wildlife research professionals, is currently in the beta test phase with a variety of Midwest-based users. It […]
DEXTER, MI June 17, 2022 – On a beautiful summer morning, Michigan Aerospace Corporation staff gathered for an all-day team-building event at Lovingway Family Farm. The 9-acre property is run by Laura Sanders, a licensed social worker and University of Michigan professor, and her partner, Ramiro Martinez, a certified equine specialist. Located in Dexter, Michigan, […]
Dr. Wilbert Skinner was an invited speaker at the 2022 Space Weather Workshop: The meeting of Science, Research, Applications, Operations, and Users hosted virtually on April 26-28, 2022. The presentation gave an update on the SBIR Phase I and II “Miniaturized Nightglow Interferometer for Monitoring Emissions from a CubeSat” development progress.
YPSILANTI, MI, February 14th, 2022 – Michigan Aerospace Corporation (MAC) is pleased to announce the award and acceptance of the Department of Defense, office for Chemical and Biological Defense, SBIR Phase II award, titled “PLUMESIGHT: LIDAR-Based Plume Classification.” In battlefield environments, the atmosphere is littered with aerosols from a variety of sources: dust from vehicles […]
YPSILANTI, MI, July 8, 2021– Michigan Aerospace Corporation (MAC) is pleased to announce the award and acceptance of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration SBIR Phase II award, titled “Miniaturized Nightglow Interferometer for Monitoring Emissions from a CubeSat.” MAC proposes to design and construct an engineering model version of a remote-sensing instrument, based around a […]