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Inside OSU with Burns Hargis: EXCELSIOR

EXCELSIOR is Oklahoma State University's newest research laboratory. Designed for students studying unmanned systems, this lab teams to used unmanned systems for research related to the…

From  OStateTV on August 24th, 2020 0  

Research on Tap: The Future of Drones:The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Dr. Jamey Jacob, Professor in Mechanical and Aerospace, will discuss the Unmanned Systems Research Institute at OSU.

From  OStateTV Productions on December 19th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Researchers Recording Data To Support FAA And Pilots

Oklahoma State University's Unmanned Systems Research Institute is utilizing drones to record data for the FAA to help pilots by making navigational aid calibrations more efficient. Here's…

From  OStateTV Productions on July 20th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Using Drones to Help Improve Tornado Predictions

Researchers at Oklahoma State University are using drones to try to help improve tornado forecasting. Here's the story from The Weather Channel....

From  The Weather Channel on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Researchers Using UAVs to Enhance Tornado Prediction

Oklahoma State University is partnering with other universities to fly UAVs into supercell thunderstorms in an effort to increase tornado warning lead time. Here's the story from CBS News...

From  CBS News on March 6th, 2018 0  

Using UAV's In Crisis Situations

The OStateReport's Tyler Seggerman shows us how the City of Stillwater and the OSU Unmanned Systems Research Institute are using UAVs during emergency situations...

From  OStateTV Productions on March 6th, 2018 0  

Faculty Conversations: Dr. Jamey Jacob

Dr. Jacob, professor and Ray & Linda Baker Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, leads research into a number of areas including aerodynamics and unmanned aerial vehicles.

From  VP for Research on March 6th, 2018 0  

OSU Researchers Using UAVs to Improve Tornado Forecasting

OSU researchers are utilizing UAVs to help improve tornado forecasts. Here's the story from the OStateReport's Madison Reichert (posted 3/19/16)

From  OStateTV Productions on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Researchers Developing UAVs To Help Forecast Severe Weather

Researchers are Oklahoma State University are developing UAVs to study the environment around severe thunderstorms to aid in better storm prediction. Here's the story from PBS Newshour (posted…

From  PBS Newshour on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Developing UAV for Indoor Search and Rescue

OSU researchers are developing a UAV that will be used indoors after disasters for search and rescue purposes....

From  KOCO-TV 5 News, Oklahoma City on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Constructing UAVs For Rescue And Recovery

OSU researchers are constructing UAVs to assist in rescue efforts in disaster areas. Here's the story from KWTV News 9, Oklahoma City.....

From  KWTV News 9 Oklahoma City on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU UAV Research Featured on CBS Evening News

UAV Research being performed at Oklahoma State University was featured on the CBS Evening News....

From  CBS News on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: UAV/Tornado Research Continues on OSU Campus

FOX Reporter Casey Stegall visited the Stillwater campus to showcase how UAV's developed at OSU will be used for researching thunderstorms and tornadoes...

From  KSAZ FOX 10, Phoenix on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: BBC Features Oklahoma State University UAV/Tornado Research

Oklahoma State University research utilizing UAVs to study tornado development is featured in this report from the BBC....

From  BBC on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: OSU Scientists Using UAV Technology for Tornado Research

As featured on the FOX News Channel....Oklahoma State University researchers are utilizing UAVs for tornado detection.

From  FOX News Channel on March 6th, 2018 0  

IN THE NEWS: Graduate Students Using Drones for Weather Research

KJRH shows us how OSU graduate students are using unmanned aerial vehicles to improve severe weather warnings.

From  KJRH on March 6th, 2018 0