Army Brings STEM Semi To Meyers
The U.S. Army’s STEM semi made its way to Meyers High School in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday, providing students with a look at how the Army uses science, technology, engineering and math concepts to help the community and protect the country. The 75-foot-long truck allows students to walk through and view displays of the Army’s many contributions to the civilian community and the development of ground unmanned vehicles. Above: Meyers student Adil Quaiser takes the controls of SARAH, the search and rescue autonomous hybrid now in development in Army laboratories. SARAH was developed to complete complex tasks in difficult terrain and dangerous environments. The students put SARAH to work to navigate through a factory and find survivors. For video of Thursday’s event, visit citizensvoice.com.