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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30 June/July 2018 unmanned systems inside David Latt Aviation Manager Lee County Mosquito Control District 239-694-2174 • Team Contact Team Partners Core Competencies Ag Nav Precision navigation and advanced spray technology for aerial application AIS Technologies Cybersecurity Ax Enterprize Secure communication and networking PEMDAS Sensor technology, UTM experience Latitude Engineering Hybrid UAS for surveillance and inspection Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation (NASC) Avionics, air vehicles, sensors, electro-optics NUAIR Alliance Ground based radar for situational awareness Sonex Aerospace Teros aircraft supplier Lee County Mosquito Control District Team Lead DRONE APPLICATIONS TO BE DEVELOPED ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO BE ADVANCED Nighttime operations Beyond-line-of-sight fl ights Flights over people including in urban airspace Low altitude spraying for mosquito control Low altitude surveillance of mosquito-prone areas Low altitude spraying for control of hyacinths Emergency response, search and rescue if requested 16 The number of mosquito borne diseases in the U.S. COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Website with a place for community feedback Staff educators will speak at K-12 schools Staff will speak at public events Call-in number for community feedback Existing alert system will be used for UAS fl ights Photos courtesy of LCMCD. Firm Government/Local Government/State Government/Tribal Research/Other Academia Florida P P IP Integration Pilot Program Team Profi les + A manned helicopter (left) used by Lee County to spray for mosquitos and the Teros drone (right), which may be used for the same task.

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