Drone Safety and Applications
This course applies all of the theory and skills taught in the first two GUAS courses through hands-on field-based experience. Students will be responsible for planning and executing sUAS flight plans. They will spend their time in the field at FAA-approved flight sites to demonstrate live operation of sUAS platforms. This course follows up with
This class is an introduction to drone safety and applications. Other than reviewing the regulations governing small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) operations and considerations for safe flying, we explore the exciting present and emerging trends of sUAS applications across various industries.
This block focuses on the basics of UAS. This course is designed for students to gain knowledge of the history of UAS, how they are used now and a basic overview of the main components in a UA System. This portion of the course will typically provide 90 total student contact hours in a lecture