Richmond/Innsbrook Campus – Student Jonathan Lukassen gained hands on experience when he built and deployed an Odroid controller to remotely control a DJI drone. In order to get the Odroid and the DJI drone connected, he had to modify several apps all based on the Android platform.
Richmond/Innsbrook Campus – Students are becoming certified on the KUKA robotic arm. After completing a one week boot camp to learn theory, they begin practical lessons in programming the robot. KUKA robots are used in manufacturing, logistics, electronics, and healthcare. As companies continue to look toward automation and process improvement, the skills students learn in this class will be vital to pushing their careers to the next level. Some of the companies that currently utilize similar robots are BMW, Tesla, and Swisslog.
Richmond/Moorefield Campus – Medical Assistant students practice blood draws and taking vital signs.
Newport News Campus – Students learn how to use a voltmeter and put a computer together while identifying all components.
Virginia Beach – Criminal Justice students Eriq McCray, Danielle Kostecki, and William Lutz Kuehn prepare to lift fingerprints from a bottle in a fuming chamber.
Virginia Beach – Criminal Justice student Christopher Isabella prepares a footprint for casting.
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