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The organizers of Commercial UAV Expo announced the 2015 Conference Program today. The program will delve into key issues faced by large-enterprise organizations when implementing Unmanned Aerial System (UAS), including systems selection and integration; developing enterprise workflows, guidelines and policies; data management and integration; and legal, safety and regulatory considerations for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). Commercial UAV Expo will take place October 5-7, 2015 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The full Conference Program can be viewed online here.
“We’re very excited to share the 2015 Commercial UAV Expo Conference Program,” said Lisa Murray, Director of Commercial UAV Expo. “It’s been vetted by our highly respected Advisory Board and will give end-users the critical information they need to make informed decisions about the technology that’s revolutionizing countless industries.”
Presenters include experts from AECOM, Balfour Beatty, Barrick Goldstrike, Bechtel, CNN, DPR Construction, John Deere, Pacific Gas & Electric, Shell and the Small UAV Coalition. The program is comprised of keynotes as well as plenary and breakout sessions. More information about keynotes will be announced soon.
The Plenary Sessions and Panels cover topics of interest to all end-users integrating UAS into their operations regardless of industry, including:
Systems Selection, Integration & Workflow Considerations for Hiring UAV Service Providers vs. an In-House UAV Program Insurance Considerations Safety & Legal and Regulatory Considerations Update from the FAA on Pathfinder Project Breakout Sessions focus on UAV use in specific vertical market segments, including:
Civil Engineering & Infrastructure Construction Law Enforcement & Emergency Response Precision Agriculture Process & Power Mining Surveying & Mapping Utilities & Inspection