UAV Pilot Training – Use of UAS Likely to Expand

By Kyle Garrett
UAV in flight

The use of UAVs like this one are expected to grow exponentially

The future looks bright for the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry. In anticipation of growing demand, several colleges and universities, including the University of North Dakota, are offering bachelor’s degrees in unmanned aircraft systems. But UAVs face challenges as their numbers increase. Explore those challenges with us in our latest UAS article.

Remotely piloted vehicles and unmanned drones, collectively known as Unmanned Aircraft Systems, have revolutionized the way the military performs certain tasks. Many tasks that are dangerous or simply boring are routinely handled by these devices in today’s military. Now, the FAA is facing mounting pressure from civilian and law enforcement agencies to further expand UAS use into the national airspace system… (read the full Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Likely to Expand article)

Explore the University of North Dakota UAS degree program

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