Executive Director, Colonel (Retired) Stephen ‘Lux’ Luxion will represent ASSUREuas for upcoming testimony before the Senate’s Subcommittee on Aviation Safety, Operations and Innovation Hearing

Executive Director, Colonel (Retired) Stephen ‘Lux’ Luxion will represent ASSUREuas for upcoming testimony before the Senate’s Subcommittee on Aviation Safety, Operations and Innovation Hearing

Subcommittee: FAA Reauthorization: Integrating New Entrants into the National Airspace System September 28, 202202:15 PM U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), Chair of the Subcommittee on ...
ASSURE Partner, UVM Offer FEMA-funded Drone Training Program

ASSURE Partner, UVM Offer FEMA-funded Drone Training Program

Fifteen first responders and emergency managers participated in a two-day UAS workshop hosted by the University of Vermont Spatial Analysis Lab on August 10 and ...
Via New England Cable News aka NECN, ‘The University of Vermont partnering to conduct national research for drone use in emergencies’

Via New England Cable News aka NECN, ‘The University of Vermont partnering to conduct national research for drone use in emergencies’

The University of Vermont and its partners are using a federal grant to help develop educational programs that’ll be deployed nationwide, aiming to break down ...
Via WAMC Northeast Public Radio, ‘Drone training for first responders at the University of Vermont’

Via WAMC Northeast Public Radio, ‘Drone training for first responders at the University of Vermont’

Emergency responders and managers participated in a FEMA-funded drone training program at the University of Vermont this week. Hosted by the University of Vermont Spatial ...
Via VermontBiz.com, ‘First responders take flight with FEMA—Federal Emergency Management Agency---funded drone training program at the University of Vermont'

Via VermontBiz.com, ‘First responders take flight with FEMA—Federal Emergency Management Agency—funded drone training program at the University of Vermont’

Vermont Business Magazine When an emergency happens in Vermont, whether it be a car accident or a natural disaster, there are a lot of questions ...
NBC5 features ASSURE'S research partnership with University of Vermont and how they are teaching first responders how drones can benefit their jobs

NBC5 features ASSURE’S research partnership with University of Vermont and how they are teaching first responders how drones can benefit their jobs

First responders learn how drones can make their jobs easier and safer. (Click here for the video story) The University of Vermont concluded a two-day ...
Mississippi State's Raspet Flight Lab, an ASSURE Research Partner, Working with 911 Security to Ensure Safe Drone Use On Campus

Mississippi State’s Raspet Flight Lab, an ASSURE Research Partner, Working with 911 Security to Ensure Safe Drone Use On Campus

In another proactive approach to campus safety, Mississippi State University’s Raspet Flight Research Laboratory is partnering with Dallas-based 911 Security to assist in monitoring drone ...
ASSURE Partner, K-State Salina, Led Innovation Competition, Rewards Drone Enthusiasts for Their Innovative Ideas

ASSURE Partner, K-State Salina, Led Innovation Competition, Rewards Drone Enthusiasts for Their Innovative Ideas

Kansas State University Salina Aerospace and Technology Campus played an integral role in an unmanned aircraft systems flight competition in Starkville, Mississippi, where prize money ...
ASSURE’s Lead University, MSU, Hosts Competition Awarding $720,000 to Drone Enthusiasts for Their Innovative Ideas

ASSURE’s Lead University, MSU, Hosts Competition Awarding $720,000 to Drone Enthusiasts for Their Innovative Ideas

Mississippi State University’s Raspet Flight Research Laboratory recently played an integral role in an unmanned aircraft systems flight competition in Starkville, Mississippi, where $720,000 in ...
ASSURE Research Partner, Embry-Riddle, Receives Federal Grant to Improve Drone Safety

ASSURE Research Partner, Embry-Riddle, Receives Federal Grant to Improve Drone Safety

Researchers at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University recently received a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to improve drone safety. The $371,000 grant will be used to ...
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