Category Archives: Unmanned Unplugged

  • Jesse Casana, University of Arkansas

    Posted on May 19, 2015 by auvsiadmin in Unmanned Unplugged.

    Jesse Casana has extensive experience using UAS for research and exploration purposes, domestically and abroad. He recently worked with John Kanter of the University of Florida on archaeology projects using unmanned aircraft. Increasing Human Potential recently had the opportunity to talk to Jesse and learn more about his most recent projects and research. Earlier this [...]

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  • Unmanned “Unplugged” with Jamey Jacob

    Posted on October 1, 2013 by auvsiadmin in News, Unmanned Unplugged.

    Jamey Jacob, Oklahoma State University Researchers at Oklahoma State University have gained nationwide attention for their efforts to design UAS to help study tornado formation and improve forecasting. This is just one of several projects led by Jamey Jacob, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the university. Dr. Jacob has worked on projects [...]

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  • Unmanned “Unplugged” with Joseph Cione

    Posted on July 16, 2013 by auvsiadmin in News, Unmanned Unplugged.

    Joseph Cione, NOAA Hurricane Research Division Part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Hurricane Research Division (HRD) is charged with conducting scientific research into hurricanes and related tropical weather phenomena. For more than 50 years, the HRD has relied on theoretical studies, computer models, and NOAA hurricane research aircraft to advance the [...]

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  • Unmanned “Unplugged” with Virginia Tech’s David Schmale

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by auvsiadmin in Unmanned Unplugged.

    Unmanned “Unplugged” with David Schmale from Virginia Tech The Schmale Lab at Virginia Tech is pioneering new research using UAS, using the technology to study how microbes travel through the atmosphere. With this research, the team is developing strategies to detect, monitor and control pathogens that are be harmful to humans and livestock. The lab’s [...]

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