Register for a range of sessions:
Optimize Your Imagery Deliverables with Customized AI
11:00 AM – 11:45 AM ET<
Site Scan for ArcGIS provides a seamless workflow from drone flight planning, data acquisition, image processing, to distributing the results. However, some are taking it to the next level by applying artificial intelligence to automate the extraction of information from drone imagery. Join us as members from the San Francisco Estuary Institute details their workflow in using drone imagery to detect and quantify trash in sensitive environments.
Upgrade Your UAS Response Operations with GIS
12:00 PM – 12:45 PM ET
Join DroneResponders and Esri personnel as they discuss solutions and support for the public safety UAS industry. Attendees will learn how to access capabilities for training, policy development, and technology deployment. Capabilities including fleet management, flight planning, data collection, and imagery processing for public safety UAS teams will be presented….
At MicaSense, we are always looking for new ways to bring meaningful data to our customers. Join us in this panel as we dive into our sensors’ imagery and applications. The power of Altum’s unique combination of high-resolution RGB, thermal, and multispectral capabilities, plus the 3 red edge bands featured in The Dual Camera System, open up the door for advanced analytics, including thermal applications and more accurate species classification.
Solutions for State UTM Implementation
2:00 PM – 2:45 PM ET
UAS adoption by commercial, government, and individual users is increasing and will lead to a crowded and high-risk low altitude airspace in the state. As such, states are increasingly exploring their own low altitude air traffic monitoring systems to encourage and enable novel and innovative UAS use cases locally while minimizing risk. Developing state-wide UTM also sets the foundation for advanced air mobility (flying cars) use cases and operations in the future. Multiple states are in various stages of developing and testing their own UAS traffic management systems and already attracting industry and Federal funding to do so. This panel aims to discuss how states can work with FAA, NASA, and industry to develop state-wide UAS traffic management systems leading to positive economic impact locally and safe UAS operations in the low altitude airspace while leveraging revenue generation models to limit the burden on taxpayers to fund the UTM infrastructure and operations.