Kansas State University Salina became the first entity to gain Federal Aviation Administration approval to fly unmanned aircraft systems statewide in research operations.
The university received three certificates of authorization that allow it to conduct research using unmanned aircraft on all public property in the state and on private property with landowner permission. The COAs are effective for two years.
“Our statewide access will allow us to continue to provide practical applications of technology to our students and will further develop our research abilities for the university, the FAA and our industry partners,” says K-State Salina’s UAS Flight Operations Manager Kurt Carraway...Read More
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