OSU is home to the first unmanned systems focus in engineering at the graduate level.
Weather research UAVs take flight at OSU
In the first face-to-face meeting of four university partners in a project to develop unmanned aerial systems for weather research, more than 65 faculty, and students met at Oklahoma State University to discuss project goals but more importantly to kick the tires of unmanned aerial vehicles in test flights for the NSF CLOUD-MAP project. Read More
Universities Off to a Flying Start With Large Drone Research Project
Nearly 100 researchers and students from four universities, including the University of Kentucky, converged in Stillwater, Oklahoma, recently to do what they do best — fly unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), otherwise known as drone systems. Read More
Universities in Oklahoma are using unmanned aerial systems to predict severe weather
When a storm is approaching every minute counts and early detection is crucial. As home to the National Weather Center and one of the most respected schools for meteorology in the nation, Oklahoma knows a thing or two about weather research. Now, researchers are preparing to take that knowledge even further. Read More