Sessions> Setting up a UAS Program for Public Safety

Setting up a UAS Program for Public Safety

Public safety professionals are guided in how to develop an unmanned aircraft system (Drone) team from a draft proposal to becoming fully operational team. This includes marketing your program to city leaders, FAA rules and regulations pertinent to public safety operations (FAA 107 and COA), funding resources available, developing standard operating procedures including the new NFPA 2400 Standard for Small UAS Used For Public Safety Operations, training programs for pilots. Additional topics will include selecting the proper aircraft and equipment that fits your mission requirements and organizations needs. UAS public safety mission reviews looking at specific incidents and lessons learned to establish best practices for UAS use. Aircraft and supporting hardware will be brought to show students different set up and configurations for UAS in emergency management. (they will NOT be flown) Learning Objectives * Marketing your program to city leaders to show the value of Drones in managing emergencies. Identify the effects of various local state and federal legislation regarding the use of a UAS for public safety operations. Identify the Pros and cons of following CFR 14 part 107 versus a public aircraft certificate of authorization. Developing core policies and procedures using NFPA 2400 as a guideline. Identifying funding resources for UAS teams including grants and donations. Developing standard operating procedures that comply with FAA and NFPA 2400 guidelines. Evaluate and plan for proper unit staffing and pilot selection criteria. Developing departmental training programs for pilots. Identify the various types of missions that Drones can be utilized for to protect the safety of emergency responders and the community. Review real life incidents and discuss mission debriefs and lessons learned. This course is designed for those wishing to start their own UAS program within their jurisdiction, or students that have an active program within their jurisdiction and want to keep up to date on new hardware, software and best practices for UAS for effectively assist in managing emergencies. It will cover the basics from starting a program to managing an existing program and the many uses for UAS in Emergency management.

Track

UAS First Responders Summit

12/15

10:30am – 11:15am

Speakers

Setting up a UAS Program for Public Safety

Public safety professionals are guided in how to develop an unmanned aircraft system (Drone) team from a draft proposal to becoming fully operational team. This includes marketing your program to city leaders, FAA rules and regulations pertinent to public safety operations (FAA 107 and COA), funding resources available, developing standard operating procedures including the new NFPA 2400 Standard for Small UAS Used For Public Safety Operations, training programs for pilots. Additional topics will include selecting the proper aircraft and equipment that fits your mission requirements and organizations needs. UAS public safety mission reviews looking at specific incidents and lessons learned to establish best practices for UAS use. Aircraft and supporting hardware will be brought to show students different set up and configurations for UAS in emergency management. (they will NOT be flown) Learning Objectives * Marketing your program to city leaders to show the value of Drones in managing emergencies. Identify the effects of various local state and federal legislation regarding the use of a UAS for public safety operations. Identify the Pros and cons of following CFR 14 part 107 versus a public aircraft certificate of authorization. Developing core policies and procedures using NFPA 2400 as a guideline. Identifying funding resources for UAS teams including grants and donations. Developing standard operating procedures that comply with FAA and NFPA 2400 guidelines. Evaluate and plan for proper unit staffing and pilot selection criteria. Developing departmental training programs for pilots. Identify the various types of missions that Drones can be utilized for to protect the safety of emergency responders and the community. Review real life incidents and discuss mission debriefs and lessons learned. This course is designed for those wishing to start their own UAS program within their jurisdiction, or students that have an active program within their jurisdiction and want to keep up to date on new hardware, software and best practices for UAS for effectively assist in managing emergencies. It will cover the basics from starting a program to managing an existing program and the many uses for UAS in Emergency management.

Speakers

Track

UAS First Responders Summit

Date

12/15

Time

Sessions> Setting up a UAS Program for Public Safety

Setting up a UAS Program for Public Safety

Public safety professionals are guided in how to develop an unmanned aircraft system (Drone) team from a draft proposal to becoming fully operational team. This includes marketing your program to city leaders, FAA rules and regulations pertinent to public safety operations (FAA 107 and COA), funding resources available, developing standard operating procedures including the new NFPA 2400 Standard for Small UAS Used For Public Safety Operations, training programs for pilots. Additional topics will include selecting the proper aircraft and equipment that fits your mission requirements and organizations needs. UAS public safety mission reviews looking at specific incidents and lessons learned to establish best practices for UAS use. Aircraft and supporting hardware will be brought to show students different set up and configurations for UAS in emergency management. (they will NOT be flown) Learning Objectives * Marketing your program to city leaders to show the value of Drones in managing emergencies. Identify the effects of various local state and federal legislation regarding the use of a UAS for public safety operations. Identify the Pros and cons of following CFR 14 part 107 versus a public aircraft certificate of authorization. Developing core policies and procedures using NFPA 2400 as a guideline. Identifying funding resources for UAS teams including grants and donations. Developing standard operating procedures that comply with FAA and NFPA 2400 guidelines. Evaluate and plan for proper unit staffing and pilot selection criteria. Developing departmental training programs for pilots. Identify the various types of missions that Drones can be utilized for to protect the safety of emergency responders and the community. Review real life incidents and discuss mission debriefs and lessons learned. This course is designed for those wishing to start their own UAS program within their jurisdiction, or students that have an active program within their jurisdiction and want to keep up to date on new hardware, software and best practices for UAS for effectively assist in managing emergencies. It will cover the basics from starting a program to managing an existing program and the many uses for UAS in Emergency management.

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