CASS Featured in USA Today

CASS Featured in USA Today

The Center for Autonomous Sensing and Sampling (better known as CASS) was featured in a USA Today article!

You can read the article here. Be sure to scroll all the way down to Oklahoma!

School of Meteorology graduate Jordan Overton sat down with several members of CASS this year.

Their mission is “to help facilitate sensing and sampling across a wide array of academic fields at the University of Oklahoma”and they are led by the School of Meteorology’s own Dr. Phil Chilson. They are most famously known around OU for flying their specially-made UAVs, or drones, to analyze the vertical profile of the atmosphere. Their diverse team, which has members from the School of Meteorology and almost every specialty of engineering, makes them a very unique research group here on campus.

The School of Meteorology media team got together with some members of CASS last summer. Check out our exclusive interview in the video below.



You can find out more about CASS on their website: