International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely -piloted Aircraft
To provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge, experience, and ideas on the various aspects of atmospheric and related environmental research using remotely piloted aircraft.
Educational and scientific groups using, or planning to use, RPAS (Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems) for atmospheric and environmental research.
This includes schools, universities, government research institutes and SMEs.
How we add value
Holding Annual Science Meetings to disseminate advances in RPAS capabilities and results of atmospheric and environmental research generated by RPAS field campaigns.
Promoting the journal publications and outreach of platform design, instrument development and science output from RPAS.
Maintaining a list of member contact information to allow support and knowledge exchange across the scientific community.
Declaration of Core Purpose
ISARRA supports Knowledge Exchange within the science community on the use of RPAS for atmospheric and environmental Research through meetings, web site and mutual support.
ISARRA and its members pursue only peaceful research with science objectives that advance our knowledge in Earth Sciences