2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 18, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Unmanned Systems Learning Outcomes


Outcome 1: Know the primary unmanned systems components—Students will demonstrate knowledge of primary unmanned systems components to include the vehicle, sensors, ground control station (GCS), data links, and personnel.
1.1 Understand each major system component.
1.2 Demonstrate creative thinking and originality.
Outcome 2: Analyze unmanned systems—Students will perform analyses related to design, construction, and maintenance of unmanned systems.
2.1 Create, design, and construct an unmanned system.
2.2 Identify and apply correct navigational systems to individual vehicles.
2.3 Identify proper vehicle category/design and power supply for given applications.
Outcome 3: Utilize instruments, methods, software, and techniques to produce an effective simulated mission requiring the use of all components of the system.
3.1 Produce Federal Aviation Administration documents: Students will produce competent Federal Aviation Administration documents including coordination process, Notice to Airmen (NOTAMs), and specifications appropriate to airspace scope to write a Certificate of Authority (COA).
 
Foundational Studies 10: Express themselves effectively, professionally, and persuasively both orally and in writing.
3.2 Deliver effective presentations concerning complete flight mission briefing/debriefing.
 
Foundational Studies 10: Express themselves effectively, professionally, and persuasively both orally and in writing.
3.3 Build a mission profile using the Corsair simulator and software: Students will build a mission profile of a manmade or natural disaster utilizing the Corsair simulator and software.
3.4 Identify correct sensor for appropriate applications to include hierarchies, scale, and content.
Outcome 4: Employ a knowledge of flight safety operations in the use of unmanned systems.
4.1 Effectively apply the elements and principles of flight safety.
4.2 Effectively apply the elements and principles of vehicle design to ground safety procedures.
4.3 Demonstrate knowledge of flight weather rules and regulations.
4.4 Use communication skills to manage crew resources.
 
Foundational Studies 10: Express themselves effectively, professionally, and persuasively both orally and in writing.
4.5 Apply solid ground/air safety procedures to unmanned systems missions.
Outcome 5: Apply methods and techniques in determining application process—Students will apply and demonstrate fundamental methods and elementary techniques in determining appropriate application process in data analysis.
5.1 Analyze data and solve problems using various sensors.
 
Foundational Studies IIIa: Quantitative Literacy.
5.2 Use fundamental analysis to interpret data.
 
Foundational Studies IIIa: Quantitative Literacy.
Outcome 6: Understand regulations and rules as they apply to unmanned systems and component uses.
6.1 Know the rules and regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
6.2 Understand privacy issues/concerns with the use of unmanned systems.
6.3 Demonstrate knowledge of Federal Communication Commission (FCC) regarding radio frequencies.
6.4 Demonstrate how Certificate of Authorization system is applied to Unmanned Aerial Systems.
Outcome 7: Demonstrate system solution and integrations.
7.1 Use sensor integration appropriately.
7.2 Apply appropriate standards and accessibility to communication data links.
7.3 Explain why some us of sensors in data gathering may be unethical.
7.4 Build complete mission profile demonstrating proficiency in all phases of an operational mission.