Funded Research

Funding: $0K

Proposed Research

W1: Low Altitude Safety in Wildfire Response, $970K

W13: Low Altitude Safety in BVLOS/BLOS/EVLOS Precision Agriculture, $1.5MM

W30: On-Shore Oil, Gas, and Water Infrastructure Monitoring and Emergency Response, $385K

W32: Vision Based Navigation, $390K

ASSURE Low Altitude Safety Advantages

Low-Altitude UAS Operations Experience - University of Alaska Fairbanks is one of six UAS Test Sites and one of the most active university UAS programs in the United States with over 100 UAS, 20 staff, and its flight operations conducted more than 150 days per year domestically and internationally.
Linear Infrastructure Support - UAF, New Mexico State University, Mississippi State University, and University of North Dakota are all experienced UAS operators and researchers in support of linear infrastructure, such as oil, gas, electrical, road, and rail.
Precision Agriculture - MSU and Oregon State University are two of the leading agricultural universities in the United States with active UAS programs supporting agricultural and waterway monitoring projects for university and government agencies.