Advanced Autonomous Systems
Welcome to the University of Nevada, Reno's advanced autonomous systems education, research and innovation programs overview. You will find details on education programs, research activities, labs and centers, and faculty who are involved. Please feel free to contact us for more details.
From improving navigation and control of autonomous systems to developing environmental applications, our researchers are on the cutting edge of innovation in autonomous systems.
Researchers representing the Colleges of Business, Engineering, Liberal Arts, Science and Cooperative Extension are part of our multi-disciplinary expertise in autonomous systems.
We offer an interdisciplinary minor in autonomous systems as well as numerous outreach activities from summer camps to seminars.
ASPRS UAS Technical Demonstration and Symposium
The ASPRS Northern California Region's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Symposium and Technical Demonstration will be held on October 21-22, 2014 in Reno, Nevada.
The uasreno.org website is now fully active, and you can pay your registration fee for the event, purchase an exhibit space, sponsor the event, reserve your hotel room, and/or view the latest updates to the Symposium Program, the speaker line-up, and other aspects of the Symposium.
National Championship Air Races Small UAS Challenge
Nevada higher education institutions are leading the effort in UAS development, testing, and education. A SUAS competition held indoors during the National Championship Air Races, September 12-14 at Stead Field in Reno, NV would showcase the leadership of these institutions in the future of UAS development. This Challenge also is anticipated to promote innovative developments in multiple areas of UAS design (e.g., system, subsystem, and element development and configuration, verification and validation testing, application, and integrated system demonstration).