The DronePort Community assembly is scheduled from 2PM to 5PM and we will likely be presenting our one-hour seminar, “Airspace Security: Managing the Programs that Guarantee Flight Security in DronePort Environments.”
The inaugural assembly is being held in affiliation with the annual UAS Tech Discussion board, the premier occasion of the US Small Business Administration’s UAS Cluster Initiative. The UAS Tech Discussion board open reception begins at 5PM on September 12 and the occasion continues by Thursday, September 13.
The Vigilant Aerospace seminar for the DronePort Community assembly will embody a quick overview and dialogue of the most important security, threat mitigation, regulatory, and technical challenges in organising a brand new UAS program and can present particular options to beat these challenges. Time can even be supplied for viewers questions and solutions on these subjects.
This one-hour seminar is a small phase of our new “UAS Program Design and Implementation Workshop.” Please contact Vigilant Aerospace for data on scheduling displays of this full-day workshop.
The DronePort Community is a brand new nationwide, skilled improvement and commerce group designed to help people and teams who’re growing UAS packages. These professionals embody these designing and constructing private and non-private sector packages and public-private partnerships which might be meant to create financial impression in a group or area and to enhance public security in that group or area by the usage of unmanned plane.
We’re additionally completely satisfied to announce that Vigilant Aerospace is the brand new group’s constitution sponsor within the class of “Airspace Security” and will likely be making accessible to the membership unique seminars, workshops and case research particularly round areas of curiosity and problems with concern to the members.
Registration to for the UAS Tech Discussion board is required to attend the DronePort Community assembly. For extra data on the UAS Tech Discussion board and the DronePort Community assembly, go to the UAS Tech Discussion board 2018 web page.
“Airspace Security: Managing the Programs that Guarantee Flight Security in DronePort Environments”
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
2:00 – 5:00 PM
The inaugural assembly of the DronePort Community that includes a presentation by Vigilant Aerospace Programs CEO, Kraettli Epperson and spherical desk dialogue for DronePort builders.
1:00 PM – Registration Opens
2:00 PM – Introductions
2:30 PM – Presentation & Q&A
3:30 PM – DronePort Community Assembly & Dialogue
4:30 PM – DronePort Community Subsequent Steps Dialogue
5:00 PM – Adjourn to UAS Tech Discussion board Opening Reception
The one-hour seminar will cowl a spread airspace security subjects which might be useful to these contemplating or already within the midst of organising a brand new UAS program:
- Rules and Danger Mitigation: Rising requirements and quantify dangers and threat mitigation to construct an efficient security case
- Airspace Security Programs: Expertise, choices, necessities and setup; Testing and validation
- Structure and Future-Proofing: Constructing methods that match the necessity now and that have in mind future know-how and rules
“Are you growing a DronePort? Come meet your friends. Hear from trade leaders. Meet technical consultants. Discover the advantages in your group.”
Concerning the DronePort Community Assembly:
From the web site:
The aim of this session is to establish the collective curiosity of the members in forming a venue to conduct ongoing discussions, coaching, sharing of classes realized and greatest practices in regards to the improvement of DronePorts world wide. Mr. Kraettli Epperson, CEO of Vigilant Aerospace Programs Inc., will spotlight the problems to be addressed by these contemplating or already within the midst of organising new UAS DronePort packages together with such subjects as rules and threat mitigation, airspace security methods, and structure and future-proofing that have in mind future know-how.
Individuals will likely be in a position to have the ability to share their plans and concepts for DronePorts and ask questions and establish points that they wish to talk about and study from their friends. One key concern that will likely be thought-about is what the relative advantages are to native communities for growing a DronePort program to service the fast-growing drone trade. Jim Troxel, President of Cowboy Expertise Angels, will information the group in outlining a plan for future deliberations of this rising peer community. For extra data on the UAS Tech Discussion board and DronePort Community assembly, go to www.UAScluster.com/uasci/web.nsf/agendas/2018tech