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Unmanned Aerial Systems / Drones

Professor and Students practice with drone

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs), commonly called drones, provide you with a unique viewpoint of our world. Often used to capture high resolution images and/or video, UASs are used for a wide range of applications that include photogrammetry and remote data collection. R&ID provides UASs services and training to students for academic projects. Contact us if you need a UAS for your project.

Course Support

TYPICAL assignments
  • online exhibit, photograph, video
Common Tools and Resources
  • Hardware: DJI Mavic Pro Platinum, DJI Phantom 4 Pro V 2.0
R&ID SPecialists
  • Doug Higgins
courses (2018-2019)
  • ART 302 - Advanced Photography / Robert Knight (photograph)
  • ART 313 - Advanced Video / Ella Gant (video)
  • ARTH 130 - Introduction to Visual Studies / James Bloom (photograph)

  • HIST 245 - Environment and US Global Expansion / Peter Simmons (online exhibit)
  • MUSIC 270 - Introduction to Music, Sound, & Technology / Ryan Carter (video)

Of Interest

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Contact Information

Research & Instructional Design Staff

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