An eSPAARO UAS on display in front of the KEAS hangar.
An eSPAARO UAS on display in front of the KEAS hangar.
Hunter McClelland and Charles Watson prepare a small fixed-wing UAS for a wind-sensing mission.
Hunter McClelland and Charles Watson prepare a small fixed-wing UAS for a wind-sensing mission.
Hunter McClelland, Arun Das, and Charles Watson prepare two quadrotors for an infrastructure inspection task
Hunter McClelland, Arun Das, and Charles Watson prepare two quadrotors for an infrastructure inspection task.
The eSPAARO on final approach.
The eSPAARO on final approach.
The KEAS Lab viewed from the end of the 300 ft x 70 ft paved runway.
The KEAS Lab viewed from the end of the 300 ft x 70 ft paved runway.

The KEAS Lab is a shared facility supporting a wide range of unmanned aircraft system (UAS) research and education activities by users throughout the university community. Located near the center of a nearly 2000 acre research farm, the KEAS Lab provides a safe, remote location for UAS flight testing that is just a 20 minute drive from the main campus.