Monday, February 4, 2013
Educating the Unmanned
Just Don't Call It A Drone. I love the title of this New York Times article which highlights existing and growing options for students interested in an unmanned aerial career.
Three major universities currently offer majors in unmanned aerial systems, and many others offer courses. Although today, the biggest use of UAS is by the military and Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Aviation Administration predicts that 10,000 remotely piloted aircraft will be operating in American airspace within five years. Moreover, experts predict that unmanned vehicles will offer better job prospects than the airlines. New FAA regulations allowing operations of UAS in national airspace will open up currently untapped career opportunities.
To learn more about opportunities in unmanned education, click here to read the article referenced above.