A couple of Emriver Em2 birds leave the nest.

A couple of Emriver Em2 birds leave the nest.

On Friday Lily, Josh, and I palletized and shipped off a couple of Em2 models.  One to Texas, the other to Oregon. I did this time lapse (a bunch of still frames) to record the whole process; it’s a lot of work!  One goal of our Em2 redesign is to make this...

Cara Bergscheider leaves LRRD.

Cara Bergscheider leaves LRRD.

In late January Cara Bergschneider left LRRD to work for the NRCS in southern Illinois.  We miss her very much.  She’s one of a kind.

 When I decided to expand LRRD from a home-based business in 2007, I knew I’d need an extraordinary person to handle a...

Research and development at LRRD.

Research and development at LRRD.

I’m way overdue on an LRRD progress report:  We’re doing research and development on several fronts, including sensors and methods for full motion controlled models.  In English that means that things like valley slope, water and sediment discharge,...

Some very green monkeys.

Some very green monkeys.

Here Stephanie (our new business manager), Cara, and Jesse hear, see, and speak no over-packaging evil. After lots of work, mostly on Jesse’s part, we’ve refined the Em2’s shipping configuration. We’re very proud of the minimal...

We host, build, ship, and design.

We host, build, ship, and design.

We have a lot going on now, and it’s all good. How about some pictures? Greg Wilkerson from SIUC brought a couple of his grad students by this week for a visit. Shipping an Emriver to Minnesota with our friends from Rodeway. A couple of very young researchers...