CU Boulder to test drones in eastern Colorado for drought monitoring project

CU Boulder to test drones in eastern Colorado for drought monitoring project

BOULDER -- University of Colorado Boulder engineers, scientists and students are teaming up with Black Swift Technologies of Boulder to use unmanned aircraft in the coming weeks to measure water... Read More

Monday July 31, 2017 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU Boulder, drones, Black Swift Technologies, Brian Argrow, Al Gaseiwski, Project Drought , Jack Elston, Marciej Stachura, Cory Dixon, Eric Frew

CU Boulder receives $7.5M DoD grant to lead extreme altitude hypersonic study

CU Boulder receives $7.5M DoD grant to lead extreme altitude hypersonic study

BOULDER -- Future unmanned hypersonic aircraft may ultimately owe part of their success to University of Colorado Boulder atmospheric research. A consortium of universities led by the CU... Read More

Friday May 26, 2017 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU Boulder, Brian Argrow, Dale Lawrence

FAA approves UAS testing in San Luis Valley skies

FAA approves UAS testing in San Luis Valley skies

SAN LUIS VALLEY -- A collaborative effort involving six counties, the University of Colorado-Boulder and the nonprofit aerospace advocacy group UAS Colorado has paved the way for the launch and... Read More

Monday November 2, 2015 0 comments Tags: UAS, drones, FAA, Brian Argrow, CU-Boulder, Grand Challenge, Black Swift Technolo, Swift Engineering, Reference Technologi, Jack Elston, Maciej Stachura, Cory Dixon

CU-Boulder leading new $1.9M drone project to study severe storms

CU-Boulder leading new $1.9M drone project to study severe storms

BOULDER -- The University of Colorado-Boulder is the lead institution on a $1.9 million federal grant to develop autonomous aerial robotic systems that will enable new atmospheric science... Read More

Friday October 2, 2015 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, drones, Eric Frew, Brian Argrow

CU-Boulder co-leading new severe weather research consortium

CU-Boulder co-leading new severe weather research consortium

BOULDER -Scientists at the University of Colorado-Boulder and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have formed a new research consortium to study severe weather. The Unmanned Aircraft System... Read More

By: InnovatioNews Friday December 26, 2014 0 comments Tags: Adam Houston, Boulder, Brian Argrow, CIRES, CU-Boulder, Eric Frew, NOAA, UAS

CU-Boulder submits application to FAA for UAS test site for state

CU-Boulder submits application to FAA for UAS test site for state

BOULDER - An application organized by the University of Colorado Boulder has been submitted to the Federal Aviation Administration seeking to have Colorado selected as one of six unmanned... Read More

By: Steve Friday May 31, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Brian Argrow, Eric Frew, FAA, UAS

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews LOVELAND - About 50 representatives of local robotics and unmanned aviation systems (UAS) companies and firms that service them were able to connect with... Read More

By: Steve Thursday April 25, 2013 0 comments Tags: Ben Slocumb, Brian Argrow, CU-Boulder, DA2 Consulting, Dave Lung, FAA, Loveland, Numerica Corp., Roger Lopez, Stan VanderWerf, UAS