Welcome to the QuadForge Project website! To learn about the specifics of our mission, visit the About page.
The QuadForge Project is part of EGR 292, an engineering research and development class at Montgomery County Community College. For the Spring 2013 semester there are seven students enrolled in the class.
The project aims to deliver a modular flight platform with numerous real-world applications. With Wifi and 3G connectivity, a first person view camera, water repellant nano technology, embedded electronics, and other possibilities, products delivered by the QuadForge Project hope to serve many different uses.
Development covers a wide range of engineering disciplines from mechanical and electrical to software design. Additionally, the project is organized around delivering an actual product, meaning proper documentation must be produced and real-world reliability is a concern.
The open source nature of the project means that much of what we develop can be found on this website. For links to websites with related information and products, please look in the related links section below.
Montgomery County Community College -- STEM
Bucks County Community College Society of Engineers' Facebook Page
Slawomir Grzonka (for more on autonomous, indoor quadrotors)
First Generation Flyport Mission Computer (OpenPicus Wiki article)