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Oklahoma UAS Research Initiative

A Research Partnership Between Rose State College and The University of Oklahoma

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National Science Foundation

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What is the OK UAS Initiative?

The Oklahoma Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Research Initiative is a joint research partnership between Rose State College and The University of Oklahoma. Through an $800,000 Advanced Technological Education Grant from the National Science Foundation, the OK UAS Research Initiative is working to the develop hands-on, UAS based applications for integration into Engineering and Technology curricula. One of the primary goal of this program is to introduce UAS concepts early and often into the existing courses taken by Engineering and Technology students.

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