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Team Focuses on Integration of UAS

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By Shane Becker The Dakota Student Posted on Nov. 21, 2006 In an effort to promote shared skies, UND Aerospace program researcher Benjamin Trapnell and Douglas Marshall of the UND Graduate Program, were awarded a $1 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to work on an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) project. […]

University of North Dakota Department of Defense DEPSCoR FY2006 Award

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Press Release from the School of Engineering and Mines, University of North Dakota. For Immediate Release Dr. Richard R. Schultz, Associate Professor & Chair of Electrical Engineering at the University of North Dakota, was recently awarded $457,985 from the U.S. Army Research Office for a three-year project entitled “Real-Time Super-Resolution ATR of UAV-Based Reconnaissance and […]

UND Gets Grant for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Research

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UND gets grant for unmanned aerial vehicle research Souce: The Bismarck URL: GRAND FORKS (AP) – The University of North Dakota has been awarded a $457,985 federal grant for unmanned aerial vehicle research. Richard Schultz, associate professor and chair of Electrical Engineering at UND, will head the three-year project, titled “Real-Time Super-Resolution Automatic Target […]

Unmanning the Traffic in the Sky

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Officials meet on campus to discuss Grand Forks’ future with the new technology. by Brett Lindenberg March 23, 2006 The arrival of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) at Grand Forks Air Force Base could be just the beginning in a number of financial and academic opportunities for UND and its students. The Red River Valley […]