Sean Guerre - Energy Drone & Robotics Coalition
Tye Payne - Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
UAS’s have been used extensively to support emergency functions during a disaster, from monitoring rising floodwaters and mapping mudslides, to debris/damage assessment, line repair, tactical Situational Awareness and search and rescue. Oil and Gas and Utility companies well know the value of UAS in disaster response/emergency management situations, however, coordinating rapid response and operations across multiple locations, as well as with multiple public safety agencies, the media, and the public presents its own set of requirements and challenges.
Join us for a detailed discussion between AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation, and the Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Center of Excellence & Innovation (LSUASC) at Texas AM, Corpus Christi, for an inside look at how Lone Star UAS is working toward UAS Disaster Response/Emergency Management communications at scale.
- AiRXOS Public Safety Solution including live streaming video, and Advisory Alerts
- Lone Star Public Safety UAS coordination
Moderator: Sean Guerre, Executive Director, Energy Drone & Robotics Coalition
Justin Steinke, Regional VP- Americas, AiRXOS
Joe Henry, Associate Director, Lone Star UAS Center of Excellence and Innovation