Tentative Agenda

NEW this year: General Session on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, Technical Sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, and Training Sessions on Thursday.

Tuesday, August 26

7:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:00 AM Exhibit Hall Open until 4:30 PM
8:00 AM General Session
9:30 AM Break (Exhibit Hall)
10:00 AM General Session
12:00 PM Lunch (Exhibit Hall)
1:30 PM Technical Sessions
3:00 PM Break (Exhibit Hall)
3:30 PM Technical Sessions
5:00 PM Reception until 7:00 PM
Sinclair Community College, Building 12
Business Casual

Wednesday, August 27

7:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:00 AM Exhibit Hall Open until 4:30 PM
8:00 AM General Session
9:30 AM Break (Exhibit Hall)
10:00 AM General Session
12:00 PM Lunch (Exhibit Hall)
1:30 PM Technical Sessions
3:00 PM Break (Exhibit Hall)
3:30 PM Technical Sessions
5:00 PM Adjourn

Thursday, August 28

7:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:00 AM Exhibit Hall Open until 12:00 PM
8:00 AM Training Sessions
9:30 AM Break (Exhibit Hall)
10:00 AM Training Sessions
12:00 PM Adjourn
Hosted by: AUVSI & Dayton Development Coalition
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  • Ohio University
  • TechSolve
  • CAMO
  • NuWaves
  • TW Telecom
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Thursday Training Sessions

Precision Agriculture for UAS

Precision agriculture is a growing industry that can save both time and money for the agricultural community. UAS operations offer the potential of higher crop yields, more precise application of treatments, early detection of crop health issues and increased revenues. This abbreviated course reviews the current state and future potential of UAS in precision agriculture.

Geospatial Information for UAS

Geospatial information is vital for the successful employment of UAS. This abbreviated course reviews the sources, production methods and analysis procedures for geospatial data as they relate to UAS operations.

UAS for First Responder Leadership

Understanding the applications and operational considerations for UAS is a necessary step for first responder leaders as they plan for the integration and use of UAS in their organization. This abbreviated course reviews specialized UAS technologies and how they may be leveraged to support first responder organizations from a leadership perspective.

UAS, Privacy, and the Law

The continued and expanded use of UAS in the national airspace has raised questions regarding privacy and other legal ramifications for their employment. This abbreviated course reviews the current legal aspects of UAS operations and provides an outlook on future considerations.

Current State of UAS Standards and Regulations

The standards and regulations affecting the UAS community are in a state of change and modernization. This abbreviated course reviews current UAS best practices and regulations while providing an outlook for anticipated future federal guidance.