National Unmanned Aerial Systems Integration Center (NUASIC)
Established in 2019, NUASIC works to bring people together to share experiences and collect best practices within the small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) community, as well as meeting the training and technical assistance needs of customers in the public and private sector.
In the world today, the use of sUAS is expanding rapidly. Every day, new opportunities are being identified to implement sUAS into the private and public sector including, but not limited to:
- Emergency Management
- Disaster Response and Recovery
- Private business applications
The Center provides subject matter expertise, program development and assistance to state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions as well as the private sector to assist with the use of sUAS in day-to-day operations up to and including major emergencies.
National Unmanned Aircraft Systems Credentialing Program
The National Unmanned Aircraft Systems Credentialing Program (NUASCP) is tailored for U.S. commercial service providers and public safety organizations utilizing small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Part 107/Certificate of Authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration is required to operate in the national airspace system.
Do you need to hire Part 107 certificated and experienced UAS flight crews to perform sUAS flights for you? You have come to right place.
From aerial photography/videography, inspections and assessments, to mapping and more, our flight crews have the equipment and capabilities to meet your needs.
For more details and pricing, contact Program Director Chris Gable (Phone: 979.458.4141) or (Email: Chris.Gable@teex.tamu.edu ).
-Crime Scene Investigations
-Explosive Ordnance Disposal Range
-Special Weapons and Tactics
-Search and Rescue
-Policy and Procedure Development
-Development of Internal Safety Management System
-Recommendations for Platform and Sensor Packages