Flying into the future
The Public Safety UAV Symposium 2017 powered by SkyFire Consulting will bring together experts in drones, thermal imaging, public safety UAV operations, law makers, and public safety professionals to provide training on the latest UAV technology.
Public safety professionals will get hands-on and classroom training in techniques such as thermal imaging, best on-scene practices, data streaming, integrating UAVs into the Incident Command System structure, 3D mapping and accident scene recreation, and much more.
Save the Date
June 21-23, 2017
Thermal Imaging for UAVs - Jon McBride, RMUS and Randall Warnas, FLIR
UAV Best Practices for Public Safety (Separate Sessions for Law Enforcement/Fire)
What You Need to Know About RF and Drone Signals - Dane Brockmiller, Dover Telecommunications Services
Best Apps for the Job - Christopher Eyhorn, Dronesense
Training Your Department
Lunch/Featured Speaker - The FAA Process - Ben Kroll, Skyfire Consulting
Travel to Outdoor Site
Advanced Flying Techniques
Water Rescue Techniques
Applied Thermal Imaging
Encrypted Video Streaming
Grants for Public Safety UAV Programs - Michael Asimor, Dynamic International
Advanced UAV Rescue Tactics
Aviation and Fire Weather - Scott Entrekin, National Weather Service
Advanced UAV Sensors - Garrett Seddon, Colorado Department of Public Safety Center of Excellence in Aerial Firefighting
Lunch/Featured Speaker - Navigating The Politics of Drones
Travel to Outdoor Site
Accident Scene Recreation
Advanced Search and Rescue
Heavy Lift Drones
Drones in the ICS Structure
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Hilton Fort Collins places you near wonderful recreational opportunities, diverse cultural attractions, and lively nightlife. Discover Colorado's rivers and lakes, explore Old Town or unwind in a stylish bistro or bar.
Hilton Fort Collins
425 W. Prospect Rd.
Fort Collins, CO 80526
What to expect
Everything you need to know for a safe, effective & legal in-house UAV program.
Public safety professionals will get hands-on and classroom training in techniques such as thermal imaging, best on-scene practices, data streaming, integrating UAVs into the Incident Command System structure, 3D mapping and accident scene recreation, and much more!
Additional options include a 2-day UAV 101 training course preceding the conference, which will allow your department to self-certify with confidence; and a half-day COA writing session, where a Skyfire COA expert will prepare your blanket COA on-site.