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Students from BYU's MAGICC Lab participate in Micro Air Vehicle Competition

BYU was one of eight teams from North America and Europe that participated in the Micro Air Vehicle competition held at Eglin Air Force Base. Grading was based on the MAVs ability to takeoff, navigate to three waypoints, hit a target with a paintball and finally land. This new technology has a host of applications for both military and civilian use.

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