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Two teams from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University received awards at the Texas A&M Engineering Project Showcase.

The Dwight Look College of Engineering hosted the fourth-annual engineering project showcase April 29 in Hall of Champions. During the event more than 150 engineering teams participated with posters and prototypes representing the work from Senior Capstone Design courses, AggiE-Challenge projects, technical electives, undergraduate research projects, Startup Aggieland companies, freshman design teams and others.

The department’s Ericsson Drone Signal Survey team with Braeden Levine, ?Nicolas Bain, Kyle Sparrow and Yinwei Zhang, and the Tactical Data System? team with Kevin Wilkens, Raul de la Fuente, Benito Ramirez and ?Randy Neal each won in the Capstone $500 category.

For more information about the project showcase visit its website.