Certification Test Case to Validate sUAS Consensus Standards (A1)
Kansas State University is leading a team with Wichita State and the University of North Dakota to see if airworthiness standards proposed by the UAS industry are safe. KSU will provide the UAS operations know-how, Wichita State will use their airworthiness test facilities and the University of North Dakota will test UAS software standards. The FAA will use this research to set airworthiness standards for small UAS.
Kurt J. Carraway
Department Head | UAS Executive Director
Applied Aviation Research Center
Kansas State University