95. Teaching ROS at the US Air Forces with Steve Beyer

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Written by Ricardo Tellez

28/05/2021

I’m Ricardo, from The Construct.

I would like to dedicate this episode to people that teaches robotics and ROS around the world.

Today we are going to learn how the US military Air Force learn to program robots with ROS.

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Steve Beyer

Now let me introduce you Steve Beyer. Steve is an embedded systems engineer and roboticist that is a member of the United States Air Force developing the US Air Force’s digital communications infrastructure in the Middle East. More recently, he changed his role to senior instructor of embedded systems and robotics at the United States Air Force Academy.

Let’s talk with him about the teaching of robotics in the US Air Force.

DISCLAIMER: The views expressed during this interview are the author’s and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense,  the United States Government, United States Air Force, or United States Air Force Academy.

Welcome to the podcast Steve!

Related links

  • Follow Steve in LinkedIn
  • Find all robots of Steve, code and designs at https://www.beyersbots.com/
  • His paper to be published soon:
    • S. M. Beyer, “uSAFABOT: A robotics learning platform for a hands-on laboratory approach in an introductory ECE course,” 2021 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Long Beach, CA, US, 2021, accepted.
  • Deep Work book, by Carl Newport

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