For more than 930 days, NASA’s Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity, has been flying missions on the red planet and sending information back to Earth. Initially expected to operate for only 30 Martian sols, or days, and perform up to five flights, the small but robust rotorcraft technology demonstrator has completed more than 66 flights and survived a Martian winter.

During our HAI@Work webinar on Nov. 16, Mars Helicopter Team Lead Teddy Tzanetos provided a dynamic presentation on how Ingenuity continues to gather data to help NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineers design the next rotorcraft to fly on the planet.

Watch the recording of the Nov. 16 webinar here.


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