CLOUD-MAP: HELPING TO PAVE THE WAY TOWARDS A 3D MESONET IN OKLAHOMA AND BEYOND

CLOUD-MAP (Collaboration Leading Operational UAS Development for Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics) is a four-year, four-university partnership aimed at developing capabilities that will allow meteorologists and atmospheric scientists to use unmanned aircraft as tools for both targeted and operational observations in the atmosphere.

jacobDr. Jamey Jacob

John Hendrix Chair and Professor of Aerospace Engineering Director of Unmanned Systems Research Institute

School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Oklahoma State University

chilsonDr. Phillip Chilson

Professor of Meteorology

Director of Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling School of Meteorology & Advanced Radar Research Center University of Oklahoma

April 4, 2017

Case Study 1 (Room 408)

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

OSU Student Union

Refreshments will be available at 3:15 PM