The Alaska IPP crew, led by the Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration (ACUASI) on the College of Alaska Fairbanks, can be offering updates on upcoming IPP flights, assets, and initiatives. Read more about the Alaska IPP team here.
On the primary day of the convention, Vigilant Aerospace can be giving a presentation about using the corporate’s FlightHorizon product to offer airspace administration, site visitors alerts and warnings, and detect-and-avoid features as part of the IPP flights.
This presentation is a part of the “Coverage & Regulation” observe which can concentrate on the regulatory panorama and the anticipated influence of the IPP on the State of Alaska.
The “North to the Future” convention will characteristic a number of displays from members of the Alaska IPP crew together with particulars on the assets and applied sciences supporting the crew’s operations.
“North to the Future” – Constructing Alaska’s UAS Trade
The annual assembly of the Alaska UAS Curiosity Group will happen on September 25-27, 2018
Venue: Lakefront Anchorage Resort
Deal with: 4800 Spenard Street, Anchorage, AK 99517
For extra info and to register for the occasion, go to www.UASalaska.org
For extra info on the Alaska Integration Pilot Program, go to the College of Alaska Fairbanks web site for the Alaska Heart for the Unmanned Plane Programs Integration at www.ACUASI.Alaska.edu.
Concerning the Alaska UAS Curiosity Group
From the web site:
The Alaska UAS Curiosity Group began within the mid-2000s as a coming collectively of Alaskans curious about UAS operations in Alaska. Within the early years, the first goal of the group was to disseminate information of UAS operations in Alaska, or involving Alaskans in different places, and supply a community of UAS assets for operations that concerned Alaskans by means of a contact checklist.The Alaska UAS Curiosity Group is supported by the Alaska Heart for Unmanned Plane Programs Integration (ACUASI), the Geophysical Institute, and the College of Alaska Fairbanks. For extra info on the Alaska UAS Curiosity Group, go to www.acuasi.alaska.edu.