Invasion of the Drones: Local Leaders: Effective Use of sUAV in your department
Invasion of the Drones: Local Leaders: Effective Use of sUAV in your Law Enforcement Department, Building Departments, and Fire and EMT Departments
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Join us for the third in the four-part series on drones with speaker Jason Lorenzon, Esq. who is an attorney, sUAV remote pilot in command, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certificated commercial pilot and flight instructor, and Lead Faculty UAV Program, Kent State University. Registration is required.
This seminar will inform local leaders how to utilize drones for their departments. Topics will include types of drones and their applications, as well as regulatory environment and the laws which affect public operators. Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (sUAVs), better known as drones, will continue to change the way companies do business. With more than 43,000 remote pilot certificates issued to date, drones are one of the fastest growing segments of aviation.
How will you be part of this new segment? By attending this KSU lecture, you will learn how drones will fit into your current profession and what to expect from future legislation. You'll be able to network with others interested in drones and those working in the aviation industry.
6:30pm Reception and networking, hors d'oeuvres
7:00pm Introduction and Seminar
Please register to attend.
Proposed Upcoming sUAV Seminar in this Four-Part Series
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