UMS 491 - Advanced Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations
Description A study of advanced unmanned aircraft theory. This course examines the history of unmanned systems with an emphasis on military developments. It also includes safety assessment, functional requirements, unmanned aerial systems integration, and sensitivity analysis. Students are expected to demonstrate proficiency in unmanned aerial systems programming, preflight, flight operations, post-flight inspection, and mission analysis and debriefing.
Prerequisites UMS 483 and UMS 485, both with a C grade or higher, or consent of instructor.
Note Students must pay an additional laboratory fee for this class.