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Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus adds graduate certificate in UAS information...

Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is expanding its program options with a new offering for individuals interested in cybersecurity of unmanned aircraft systems. A graduate certificate in unmanned aircraft systems information...

Kansas State Polytechnic partnering with Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and...

 Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is partnering with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism to send 30 employees, including 12 law enforcement officers, through unmanned aircraft systems training from May...

Applied Aviation Research Center, PrecisionHawk continue key UAS flight collaboration

The Applied Aviation Research Center on Kansas State University's Polytechnic Campus is continuing its work with PrecisionHawk, a provider of advanced commercial drone technologies, on operational testing with unmanned...

After dark: Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus approved to conduct UAS...

SALINA — The Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is expanding its unmanned aircraft systems capabilities to now include flight operations after dark. Kansas State Polytechnic's Applied Aviation Research Center, which...

Kansas State Polytechnic offers night flight, UAS data imaging training in...

Pilots of unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones, can participate in essential training with industry experts this summer. Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus, Salina, is offering several training...

Kansas State grant will help scientists employ UAVs to improve wheat...

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) has awarded $975,000 to Kansas State University for work that incorporates unmanned aerial vehicles in the process of breeding better wheat...

High demand for Kansas State UAS course

Natalie Blair for KSAL News Interest in Kansas State University Salina's Introduction to Unmanned Aircraft Systems course is soaring, with enrollment up 200 percent since fall 2010. The 22 students currently...