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Unmanned Aerial Systems

Entirely new job opportunities will be created as private businesses and civil agencies prepare to utilize these high tech unmanned vehicles. Industries such as power and gas utilities, mining, estate, and public institutions like law enforcement, fire departments, and public transportations are enthusiastic to use this leading-edge technology.

As reported in national news sources, major companies such as Amazon and Google are already gearing up to use unmanned vehicles to expedite deliveries, while search and rescue organizations explore new ways to help protect the public with airborne sensors. As a result of the developing unmanned air vehicle market, technicians will be required to troubleshoot and repair unmanned systems.

Classes in basic aerodynamics, composites, computer networking, and robotics will also be included to give the student a thorough understanding of how unmanned aircraft fly and how these remarkable flying machines can support the community.