Center for Autonomous Systems & Machines
Fostering Industry & Partnerships
The Center for Autonomous Systems and Machines (CASM) fosters industry and University partnerships in applied autonomy research. We strive to create novel and elegant solutions to real-world problems by leveraging autonomous systems.
As part of the Liberty University School of Aeronautics, CASM is connected with several degree programs that focus on both manned and unmanned aircraft systems, bringing student scholarship and research directly into contact with industry partners.
- Learn about our B.S. in Aviation Maintenance: Unmanned Aerial Systems degree
- Learn about our B.S. in Aeronautics: Unmanned Aerial Systems degree
Focus Areas of CASM
Small UAS Medical Delivery
Bridge the gap between Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) manufacturers and remote healthcare providers.
Collegiate Training on Medium UAS Platforms
Develop effective training on Medium (>55 lbs.) UAS platforms for collegiate programs.
Sense and Avoid Solutions
Detect and avoid manned aircraft while flying UAS in the National Airspace System.
Build Public Trust in Autonomy
Share automated technology with the public and promote public knowledge through interaction and outreach.
CASM’s Industry Partnerships
Partnering with CASM
We are excited about growing and partnering with those that share our passion for applied research. If you, or your organization, would like more information or would like to talk about what programs and projects are currently underway please reach out to us. We look forward to hearing from you and exploring this incredible technology together.