Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

George Meyer, left, and Wayne Woldt complete a preflight check on the Tempest unmanned aircraft. Both are professors in the UNL Department of Biological Systems Engineering.
George Meyer, left, and Wayne Woldt complete a preflight check on the Tempest unmanned aircraft. Both are professors in the UNL Department of Biological Systems Engineering.

UNL Professor Recognized for Resources on Unmanned Aerial Systems for Ag August 17, 2016

UNL Professor Wayne Woldt looks at opportunities for using unmanned aircraft in agriculture and receives the Presidential Citation from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. The series looks at UAS (drones) and their potential uses in agriculture, as well as challenges, rules and regulations.

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Mitch Maguire with UAS
Mitch Maguire with UAS

Unmanned Aircraft Research is Taking Off at NU May 23, 2016

As interest in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) continues to grow across the nation, faculty at the University of Nebraska are embracing state-of-the-art research and extension across a breadth of applications from ag production and natural resource management to remote sensing

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