Finding Missing Airplane Engine

The FrostyBoy robot was used to search for a missing airplane engine in southern Greenland. The robot detected the fan hub buried at a depth of 3.5 m below the snow surface and PRE personnel, working with GEUS and ISAR, extracted the part for transport back to the US for fracture analysis.

Dry Snow Zone, Greenland

Robotic towing of an SSA sensor and GPR antennas to corroborate NASA remote sensing data with ground based measurements.

Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica

Robotic data collection to develop a 3D finite element time-dependent model of the McMurdo Shear Zone (MSZ) stress fields.