AERO 3730 - Unmanned Remote Sensing3 credit hours
Prerequisite: AERO 3720 with minimum grade of C. Web-enhanced course that introduces students to long-range communication and data links, UAS sensors in use today, geospatial data collection, and still imaging mosaicking. Unmanned aircraft constructed in previous courses and tethered balloons will be used to lift sensor packages used for geospatial data collection and still imaging mosaicking applications. Students will construct a ground control station, modify and upgrade existing unmanned aircraft with payloads/sensors, train to operate sensors using existing simulators, and conduct flight-testing during the lab.
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