|UND receives first Unmanned Aircraft System|
The first of two Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) has been delivered to the School of Engineering and Mines and the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Engineering (UASE) team at UND.
The UASE team is part of the UAS Center of Excellence at UND and concentrates on payload development in target imaging, recognition, and tracking and airborne sense and avoid technologies. The first UAS to arrive at UND was specifically built to permit various payloads to be installed and is named the Super Hauler, based upon the Super Flyin King aircraft. For more information on the UAS, contact William Semke, associate professor of mechanical engineering.