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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29 June/July 2018 unmanned systems inside Bob Brock Director of Aviation Kansas Department of Transportation KDOT.KDOTAviation@ks.gov Team Contact DRONE APPLICATIONS TO BE DEVELOPED Search and rescue plus search to aid law enforcement Inspection of long-line energy infrastructure Precision agriculture to boost yield, reduce costs Disaster response especially after tornadoes, fl oods Inspection of roads and railways Team Partners Con't Core Competencies Haskell Indian Nations University Details of role to be announced Kansas Board of Regents Details of role to be announced Kansas State University Polytechnic Details of role to be announced National Institute for Aviation Research—Wichita State University Details of role to be announced Pittsburg State University Details of role to be announced University of Kansas Precision agriculture Wichita Aero Club Aviation education Kansas Bureau of Investigation Details of role to be announced Kansas Department of Commerce Details of role to be announced Kansas Department of Labor Details of role to be announced Kansas Farm Bureau Disseminating Kansas Highway Patrol Details of role to be announced Kansas Sheriff s Association Details of role to be announced Firm Government/Local Government/State Government/Tribal Research/Other Academia Bob Brock Director of Aviation + Cory Vinger, a senior pilot with Kansas DOT partner SkySkopes, checks aircraft systems before takeoff on a LiDAR scan of an oil well site in the Bakken region of North Dakota. SkySkopes Senior Pilot Cory Vinger fl ies close enough to power line do a detailed inspection of their components (above left ). VIinger used a drone amd a LiDAR sensor to scan an oil well site (above right). A drone operator using AirMap. Hardware from team partner uAvionix. Traffi c Management system UAS Kansas already has a state-wide

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