Brandon Stark, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab in 2014. UC Merced has been named as the lead school in determining how drones should be used and regulated across the University of California system.
Brandon Stark, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab in 2014. UC Merced has been named as the lead school in determining how drones should be used and regulated across the University of California system. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Brandon Stark, a doctorate student at UC Merced, gestures to a water collecting drone, called the “Aquacopter,” inside the university’s MESA lab in 2014. UC Merced has been named as the lead school in determining how drones should be used and regulated across the University of California system. Thaddeus Miller tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

UC Merced lab to lead UC system’s drone research

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