Unmanned Autonomous Systems (UAS) continue to be utilized in a range of industries and government agencies. As UAS/drone technology becomes more readily available, is your organization prepared to develop a professional micro-aviation program?
Information at: regionalresilience.org/uasuav-project.html
Eric Holdeman, Director of the CRDR, moderated the webinar and provided a brief overview of the "Using Drones for Synchronization of Situational Awareness Between Critical Infrastructures and the Public Sector" DHS National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) Security and Resilience Challenge Project. See below for further details.
Charleton Evans, FAA and UAS expert from End State Solutions, discussed the regulatory considerations and the best practices in obtaining internal and external approval to establish a professional micro-aviation (drone) program
David Fleckenstein, Director, Washington State Department of Transportation Aviation Division, provided an update on Washington's UAS landscape in light of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) provisions in the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2018.