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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33 June/July 2018 unmanned systems inside Kristina Humenesky Director of Public Relations Choctaw Nation Division of Commerce 580-380-5967 khumenesky@choctawnation.com Team Contact Team Partners Core Competencies AirMap UTM (UAS traffi c management) AiRXOS, a GE venture UTM (UAS traffi c management) CNN Drone-based news gathering, operating in bad weather DII, LLC Infrastructure inspections, precision agriculture Flirtey Drone-based delivery services Green Valley Farms Living Laboratory Testing and research lab for unmanned systems TDRS, LLC Commercial drone applications, counter UAS uAvionix ADS-B and transponder avionics; sense and avoid Noble Research Institute, LLC Agriculture research Oklahoma State University Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) Details of role to be announced University of Oklahoma Details of role to be announced Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Team Lead DRONE APPLICATIONS TO BE DEVELOPED ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES TO BE ADVANCED Extended- and beyond-line-of-sight fl ights Connectivity for drones in rural areas UTM (UAS traffi c management) Flights over people Drone operations in bad weather Deconfl iction with news operations Detect and avoid with ground radars Nighttime operations Advanced image processing Emergency response and safety improvement Search and rescue for stranded, injured, lost people Precision agriculture including yield estimates Ag management for environment and wildlife goals Search and rescue for stranded, injured, lost people Advanced location and management of livestock Identifying predators and destructive feral hogs COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Web site for feedback and community interaction Community meetings Photos courtesy of GVF Living Laboratory. Firm Government/Local Government/State Government/Tribal Research/Other Academia Oklahoma P P IP Integration Pilot Program Team Profi les + 90 until the team's fi rst Extended Visual Line of Sight demonstration days Drone testing at Green Valley Farms Living Laboratory. Drones may be useful for locating dangerous feral hogs.

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