Operating a UAV Over the Internet, From Hundreds of Miles Away - KULR8.com | Montana's News Leader | Billings, MT

Operating a UAV Over the Internet, From Hundreds of Miles Away

Posted: Updated:

Operating an unmanned aerial vehicle from many miles away over the internet. It's something that in the last couple of years has become a possibility.

Rocky Mountain College is on the forefront of this technology and is offering their students classes to study unmanned aerial systems.

You can find the previous story we did on this by clicking here.

Check out the video to see one of the students operate a UAV that's near Kalispell, from a site in Billings.




  • LocalMore>>

  • Garfield County issues mandatory evacuation for some residents

    Garfield County issues mandatory evacuation for some residents

    Friday, July 21 2017 11:23 PM EDT2017-07-22 03:23:37 GMT
    Garfield County is highlighted. Courtesy: Google MapsGarfield County is highlighted. Courtesy: Google Maps

    Garfield County DES has issued a mandatory evacuation for residents north of Highway 200. 

    Garfield County DES has issued a mandatory evacuation for residents north of Highway 200. 

  • Fire crews explain the most important part of battling a wildfire

    Fire crews explain the most important part of battling a wildfire

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:47 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:47:10 GMT

    Whenever there is a wildfire burning, there are brave men and women trying to contain it and safely put it out. While they are out battling the flames, crews must also make sure their loved ones know they are safe. 

    Whenever there is a wildfire burning, there are brave men and women trying to contain it and safely put it out. While they are out battling the flames, crews must also make sure their loved ones know they are safe. 

  • Fire retardant is crucial to battling wildfires

    Fire retardant is crucial to battling wildfires

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:36 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:36:01 GMT

    Al Nash is from the Bureau of Land Management and said fire retardant is more effective than water when it comes to fighting wildfires.

    Al Nash is from the Bureau of Land Management and said fire retardant is more effective than water when it comes to fighting wildfires.