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Flying a sUAS at Princeton

Small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), also referred to as drones, model airplanes or remote control aircraft, are controlled aircraft without an onboard pilot. In higher education, the uses for sUAS are growing rapidly as technology advances and changes in federal regulations make possible a wide array of applications in research, education, and operations.

Princeton University has instituted procedures and policies for the use of sUAS. Policies are designed to ensure that use of sUAS by students and researchers on campus is conducted in a safe, responsible manner. Use of sUAS that is intrusive of personal privacy, or endangers the security of anyone in the Princeton community, will not be tolerated.
 
To learn more about how sUAS technology is being used at Princeton, check out our blog
 
 

Blog: Updates From the Field

Students Explore Ecology Close to Home

Thursday, Mar 1, 2018, 12:17 pm

Since last year, Princeton students have been doing intensive field work to study the impact of land-use change over a diverse and fast-changing landscape of forest, field, stream and lake. 

PEI Research Tracks Vegetation Changes With Drones

Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017, 3:15 pm
by js74

In an article highlighting research projects by Princeton University undergraduates, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) shines a spotlight on important field data collection techniques utilizing drones. 

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News and Events

Monday, Mar 26, 2018
Federal officials are pushing drone tracking and identification initiatives as a way to deal with what one called “the clueless, the careless and the criminal.”
Wednesday, Apr 25, 2018
Continuing a trend of loosening rules in response to feedback from the private sector, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given authorization for a Minnesota-based utility to fly drones beyond the operator’s line of sight for energy infrastructure inspections.

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