- Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Professor Todd Humphreys and his students have received international media attention, and Humphreys has even been asked to testify this month in front of Congress about GPS spoofing and the implications it may have on drones and UAVs.
FOX News: Video: Are unmanned drones safe in US airspace?
CBS News: Drone "hijackings" in U.S. raise security concerns.
ABC News: Drone Aircraft Hijacked by Students in Test; Could Iran Do It?
BBC: Researchers use spoofing to 'hack' into a flying drone.
Scientific American: Researchers Hack Drones. A Science Project Anyone?
RT Network: Texas college hacks drone in front of DHS.
Wired: Drone Hijacking? That's Just the Start of GPS Troubles.
Mashable: Researchers Prove Drones Can Be Hacked.
NPR: Hacking Drones and The Dangers it Presents.
BusinessWeek: Attack of the Zombie Drones.
Huffington Post: Drone Hacked By University of Texas At Austin Research Group.
IT World: Hacked drones could become missiles over U.S., researchers warn.
Austin American-Statesman: UT researchers demonstrate vulnerability of civilian drones to hacking.
Dallas Morning News: U.T. researchers show feds: Drones can be commandeered by hacking.
KUT: UT Lab Proves Drones Can Be Hacked.
For the first time in six years of competition, the UT UAV team autonomously landed its aircraft...
Todd Humphreys talks about the Longhorns working on the front lines of the drone revolution (Alcalde, November 11, 2014).
Graduate student Henri Kjelberg and Aerospace Engineering Professor Dr. Charles Tinney speak about the resurgence of public interest in space exploration (FOX Austin, November 12, 2014)
In a new study that uses data from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite for determining irrigation records to improve space-based estimates of the water left underground (Nova Next, November 10, 2014)