Fly a quadcopter, an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), with Gregory Walker and the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute.
Fly Scout Fly operating Unmanned Aerial Vehicle science
Scientists use Unmanned Aerial Vehicle technology to expand research opportunities in Alaska.
Fly Scout Fly video | FrontierScientists
Frontier Scientists: presenting scientific discovery in the Arctic and beyond
Alaska’s Unmanned Aircraft Research — FrontierScientists investigates work with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, flying remote-controlled technological tools. UAVs allow for low-altitude remote sensing, letting Arctic researchers aid in emergency response plans, engage in climate change studies, survey wild places without disturbing wildlife, and access... Read More >