CSU Drone Center
Assisting UAS-enabled research at Colorado State University. We offer consultation on drone systems, UAS project guidance, UAS piloting, assistance with UAS pilot training, liaison and navigation of FAA regulations, and as point of contact for UAS inquiries from outside the University. Further, the Center assists in authorizing flight requests at CSU and managing the Christman Airfield use for drone flights.
Interested in Drone Flight School?
The CSU Drone Flight School (CSUDFS) is designed to teach FAA Part 107 sUAS material in order to prepare students to complete the part 107 exam (Drone Pilots License), including flight, safety, drone maintenance skills, and hands-on flight instruction. On the final day of the course, students will complete the FAA part 107 exam to become licensed drone pilots! No previous experience necessary.
CSU Drone Center Mission Statement
The mission of the CSU Drone Center is to remove barriers to drone-enabled research at CSU and thereby allow these applications to grow and flourish, by providing access to equipment, technical expertise, and a community of collaborating researchers internal and external to the University.
CSU DRONE POLICY
FLYING A DRONE AT CSU
CHRISTMAN AIRFIELD USE