Research and Innovation
The research and innovation programs in advanced autonomous systems are led by the College of Engineering in collaboration with faculty and researchers from five other colleges:
- College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources
- College of Business
- College of Liberal Arts
- College of Science
- Cooperative Extension (UAS Workshop)
Researchers in the area of autonomous systems work on topics ranging from improving navigation and control of autonomous systems to developing applications related to environmental science and land management.
Physics researcher wants to use autonomous systems to better understand air pollution
Professor of geological sciences and engineering combines fiber optic sensing with UAVs
Political science professor developing innovation and privacy policies for autonomous systems
Robotics researcher wants to develop robots that understand the world the way humans do.
Computer vision researcher developing innovative techniques to help autonomous systems navigate