Dates Announced for Unmanned Tactical Application Conference

By Mike Ball / 09 Sep 2021
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UTAC 2021 drone conference

FLYMOTION has announced the official dates for the Unmanned Tactical Application Conference (UTAC) 2021. The fully immersive conference, which will educate public safety and defense professionals on advanced UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) and integrative technologies within their respective agencies, will take place from October 4 – 8 at the Guardian Centers training facility in Perry, Georgia, USA.

Developed and organized completely by FLYMOTION, UTAC 2021 will feature eight different real-time disaster scenarios that highlight the advantages of drone technology, with certified instructors and teams alongside classroom training. The scenarios will provide attendees with invaluable hands-on training and best practices regarding unmanned systems technology that they can apply to their own daily operations.

The scenarios that will be enacted at UTAC 2021 include:

  • Active shooter/bus hostage
  • Drone detection and mitigation in controlled airspace
  • Chemical tanker fire/crash
  • Water rescue and flood disaster
  • Missing persons/search and rescue
  • Active search for criminals/wanted suspects
  • Vehicle takedown
  • Subway terrorist attack

To find out more about the UTAC 2021 conference and the disaster scenarios, visit the UTAC website here.

Ryan English, CEO of FLYMOTION, commented: “With the unmanned industry constantly evolving, the FLYMOTION team is always flying parallel, learning, adapting, customizing, and training professionals on our solutions that work within their agencies. Since our inception, UTAC 2021 will be our best event yet. Our team is thrilled to showcase the latest technologies to all attending members of public safety, government, and defense—allowing us to live our mission and support those who serve.”

Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact
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