All Georgia Southern campuses are currently a No Fly Zone for all unmanned aircraft systems.
- All Campuses: At this time, all UAS flights require presidential approval and documentation of appropriate certifications.
- Armstrong Campus: Armstrong campus is in Hunter Army Airfield’s Class D airspace which will require a waiver or airspace authorization from the FAA to operate in that airspace.
The UAS Program is administered by the Georgia Southern UAS Taskforce. Contact the UAS taskforce at email@example.com or 478-5465.
Last updated: 10/1/2019