AERO 4775 - Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Research and Applications3 credit hours
Provides an overview of the use of unmanned aircraft systems in research and applications. Special emphasis on regulatory requirements, legal and ethical issues, safety, types of unmanned aircraft, sensors, flight operations, and choosing the right system for research or application. In addition to classroom component, requires occasional meetings at MTSU’s Experiential Learning and Research Center for UAS demonstrations and hands-on flight operations. Not for credit for UAS Operations concentration students.
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