Embry-Riddle Examines the Role of UAS for Emergency Response

When heavy floods destroyed 350 homes and killed 12 people in Texas last year, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) were used to aid rescue teams by collecting high resolution images of the area.

Members of the Wimberley Fire Department’s UAS team reviewed the images on laptops in mobile command vehicles—searching for abnormalities such as odd shapes and colors. The precise location of points of interest were then provided to search teams. Read More.

Embry-Riddle to Compete in U.S. Dept. of Energy’s Solar Decathlon 2017

A group of ERAU and Daytona State College students are among 16 collegiate teams worldwide selected. Read More.

Worldwide’s Free Webinar Series to Feature Aviation Safety, Business Topics

Topics ranging from aircraft automation to project management will be discussed during the series. Read More.

GO GLOBAL This Summer with an Embry-Riddle Trip to Greece

Interested in earning 3-9 credit hours while studying a range of subjects with Embry-Riddle faculty around the world? Read More.

Get in on the Engineering Week 2016 Scholarship Contest


To celebrate Engineering Week 2016 beginning Feb. 21, we want to put all you future engineers to the test by building something using household objects. Read More.

Attendees, Sponsors, Exhibits Invited to March Event


Hear the latest on pilot supply and demand, regulatory compliance and training equipment during the National Training Aircraft Symposium March 13-16 in Daytona Beach. Read More.