Hosted by the usCluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas, the 30-minute webinar will function a 15-minute presentation by Kraettli L. Epperson, CEO of Vigilant Aerospace Methods, adopted by a 15-minutes for participant Q&A. The webinar is open to anybody who registers to attend.
“Distant ID is an rising expertise that can be essential to the business drone trade over the subsequent a number of years. It’s a key enabling expertise for making certain public security and for permitting authorization of superior drone flights together with past visible line-of-sight flying, flights over individuals and the way forward for Unmanned Visitors Administration (UTM),” mentioned Epperson.
Mr. Epperson serves on the nationwide ASTM F38 standards-writing committee for the unmanned plane programs trade, serves on NASA’s UTM Sense-and-Keep away from Working Group and is a frequent convention speaker on drone expertise and security subjects all through the US.
The webinar will tackle a number of important Distant ID expertise, regulatory and enterprise questions:
- What’s Distant ID?
- Why does Distant ID matter to business drone operators?
- What’s the present standing of Distant ID rules and sure technical trade necessities?
- What’s going to the adoption of Distant ID expertise imply for the longer term growth of the trade?
The variety of contributors within the webinar is restricted. Register now to attend.
About Vigilant Aerospace Methods
Vigilant Aerospace supplies detect-and-avoid, airspace administration and flight security programs for business unmanned plane. The system, referred to as FlightHorizon, is at present utilized by two of the FAA’s Integration Pilot Program groups and a number of other NASA flight testing applications. For extra data on Vigilant Aerospace Methods and FlightHorizon detect-and-avoid and airspace consciousness system, go to our About Us and Products and Services Overview pages.
About the usCluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas
The usCluster Initiative for Oklahoma and Kansas is a collaboration funded by the U.S. Small Enterprise Administration and managed by Growth Capital Networks (DCN), with help from the Oklahoma UAS Council and the Oklahoma Division of Commerce. It’s targeted on accelerating the expansion of the Unmanned Aerial System trade within the U.S. by enabling established firms and rising entrepreneurs in Oklahoma and Kansas to attach, work collectively, and achieve entry to nationwide expertise, world capital, superior enterprise fashions and world markets. For extra data, go to UAScluster.com.