MSU works toward better prediction of Pearl River flooding through drones and data-driven models
The next time Mississippi's Pearl River floods, an advanced river mapping system created using drone technology at Mississippi State University could improve flood warnings and enhance mitigation efforts.
First responders gain UAS piloting skills through MSU, FEMA
First responders—often the fastest to the scene of an emergency or disaster—are now more proficient and effective in piloting small UAS.
MSET kicks off aerospace and defense cluster with symposium at MSU
Aerospace and defense industry leaders and experts explored opportunities and challenges facing the sector in Mississippi during a productive two days of discussions and networking.
Teros Highlighted at Thunder Over the Sound Air & Space Show
Hundreds of aviation enthusiasts got their first look at Mississippi State’s Teros, the largest, most sophisticated uncrewed aircraft system in academic use, during Thunder Over the Sound Air & Space Show at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi.
QuietShark takes flight
Researchers at Mississippi State University’s Raspet Flight Research Laboratory quiet the deafening roar of TigerShark with a modified version of the Group 3 uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) known as QuietShark.
MSU continues UAS research, testing and evaluation for U.S. Homeland Security with $18.7 million contract
Mississippi State University tapped to lead a major uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) research, testing and evaluation project on behalf of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Registration open for Mississippi Aerospace and Defense Symposium
A late June symposium in Starkville is kicking off a new effort to unite the state’s aerospace and defense sectors.
Premo named interim director of MSU’s Raspet Flight Research Lab
Rob Premo is now leading Mississippi State University’s Raspet Flight Research Laboratory, one of the country’s leading academic research centers dedicated to the advancement of uncrewed aircraft systems.