EAHR Student Involved in Cutting-edge Technology That Could Save Lives

Presentation of the Live Gear equipment

Written by: CEHD Communications Staff
Post date: June 08, 2014

The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Center for Emergency Informatics hosted about 50 experts, A&M faculty, students and private vendors, demonstrating technology used by the U.S. armed forces. The two-day workshop focused on how to reduce the loss of life and property during floods.

First responders from around the nation got to take the controls of state-of-the-art robotics at Texas A&M's Disaster City on Wednesday.

EAHR student, Kyle Shuttlesworth, presented to visitors a demonstration of emergency response Technology.

This was the 15th biannual event, and the second time the event has been held here at Texas A&M, hosted by TEES.

Kyle is an undergraduate Human Resource Development major, who is planning to graduate this August, 2014.

Please see the Eagle for the original article here