Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Core member | Center for Unmanned and Autonomous Systems

  • Focusing on all aspects of unmanned systems, ranging from operational to design, development, construction, and testing
  • Significant focus on autonomous systems and autonomy – from remotely controlled systems to fully autonomous entities, including swarm technology
  • Development of processor, communications, network, airframe, and propulsion technologies
  • Airworthiness, certification, and integration in the national airspace

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Richard Stansbury
Associate Professor, Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering

UAS Research Expertise at ERAU-Prescott Includes:

  • Cyber security and intelligence
  • UAV design
  • Precision agriculture
  • Multiple Aided Inertial
  • Navigation systems—GPS denied
  • UAS system integration with microprocessors, sensors and instrumentation
  • UAS security, forensics, privacy and law
  • UAS precision automation
  • Multispectral imaging
  • UAS Beyond line of sight communication

For More Information | Contact:

Tim Holt 
Program Chair, Aeronautics and Associate Professor of Aeronautical Science, College of Aviation

ERAU-World Wide:

For More Information | Contact:

David Ison
Assistant Professor of Aeronautics, Research Chair of the College of Aeronautics.

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