Unmanned Vehicle Missions

This course exposes the student to the concepts and principles of mission planning for leaders, operators, communicators, and data analysts involved in unmanned and autonomous systems (UAS). The student will gain an understanding of the processes in the missions of UAS including planning, execution, acquisition, processing, analysis, and dissemination. This course also addresses the suitability of unmanned technologies to support common missions such as law enforcement, hazardous materials detection, natural disaster assessment, border patrol, agriculture survey, search and rescue, crop improvement, transportation inspections, utility inspections, weather observation, monitoring of renewable energy sources, and others. Prerequisite: UAS-101, UAS-102 (3-0-3)

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