Inside Unmanned Systems

JUN-JUL 2018

Inside Unmanned Systems provides actionable business intelligence to decision-makers and influencers operating within the global UAS community. Features include analysis of key technologies, policy/regulatory developments and new product design.

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26 June/July 2018 unmanned systems inside Team Contact Photos courtesy of Eyal Saiet. + Team Partners Core Competencies Alaska Aerial Media Inspection, surveying/mapping, cinematography Alyeska Pipeline Oil pipeline Aquilo Salmon counts, infrastructure inspection Crown Consulting Inc. Consulting including airspace planning, data analytics Hilcorp Energy Company Oil and gas Insitu Drone hardware, infrastructure inspection Iris Automation Detect and avoid solutions K2 Dronotics Inspections, surveying Latitude Engineering Integration, service, operation and support of UAS Simulyze UTM (UAS traffi c management) Trumbull Unmanned Collection and analysis of data via drones for the energy industry Unifl y UTM (UAS traffi c management) Unmanned Systems Alaska Technical support for UAS hardware and fl ights Vigilant Aerospace Systems Software for detect and avoid University of Hawaii Communications, scientifi c studies, law enforcement Fairbanks North Star Borough UTM (UAS Traffi c Management) North Slope Borough Infrastructure inspection, monitoring for ice jams Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities Will fl y IPP team and equipment around the state Firm Government/Local Government/State Government/Tribal Research/Other Academia University of Alaska— Fairbanks Team Lead DRONE APPLICATIONS TO BE DEVELOPED ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO BE ADVANCED Beyond-line-of-sight fl ights UTM (UAS traffi c management) Flights over people including in urban areas Operations and communication in poor-connectivity areas Operations in GPS-limited areas Detect and avoid Operating fl ights with multiple missions Nighttime operations Precise 3-D modeling Inspection and monitoring of natural gas pipelines Infrastructure inspection including buildings and roadways Delivery of medical devices over extended distances Inspecting for obstructions at Thompson Pass Airport Whale monitoring near energy resource development Fish and wildlife counts including of Dall Sheep Assessing for avalanche danger and ice jams Search and rescue Drone-based newsgathering including over people Wildfi re surveillance Law enforcement in urban areas 'I follow rivers' For some Alaskan pilots Alaska/Hawaii P P IP Integration Pilot Program Team Profi les IFR (instrument fl ight rules) really means Alaskan authorities want to use drones to assess hard-to- reach areas. James Parrish Business Director ACUASI (Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration) University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute 907-455-2016 • +

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