Expo to highlight Raspet's ag aviation analysis, UAS influence
A national agriculture trade show will highlight recent ag aviation research by a Mississippi State flight lab during a Dec. 6 panel discussion in Savannah, Georgia.
Raspet research director presents at aviation business executive conference
A member of the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory’s leadership team is scheduled to present at Mississippi’s premier aviation conference.
MSU flight lab studies ag aviation patterns with eye toward UAS integration
One hundred years after airplanes were first used in applying insecticide to crops, a Mississippi State flight lab seeks to understand how today’s agricultural aviators can safely share the skies with technology those early agriculturalists could not have imagined – unmanned aircraft systems.
MSU’s Raspet Flight Lab to bring 1940s-era airplane to Louisville airshow
A Boeing Stearman biplane owned by Mississippi State’s Raspet Flight Research Laboratory will be displayed during Saturday’s Wings Over Winston Airshow at the Louisville Winston County Airport.
ARM Aerial Facility tests instrument configuration in skies above Mississippi
High above the pastoral landscape of Greenwood, Mississippi, flights of an uncrewed aerial system (UAS) tested the configuration of instrumentation for the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Aerial Facility (AAF).
DOE teams with MSU’s Raspet Flight Research Lab to fine-tune UAS used in atmospheric research
A U.S. Department of Energy facility is partnering with Mississippi State’s flight research laboratory to fine-tune the in-flight performance of unmanned aircraft systems used in atmospheric research.
Mississippi researchers make history in unmanned aviation at the state's busiest airport
Researchers at Mississippi State University are breaking new ground in aviation by flying an unmanned aircraft at Mississippi's busiest airport. Experts say this technology could revolutionize emergency response in the state.