Keeping Your Public Safety UAS Program Alive

Keeping Your Public Safety UAS Program Alive
September 27, 2019 Comments Off on Keeping Your Public Safety UAS Program Alive Drone Laws,Drone Training,Public Safety,Training Events Admin

Speaker: Keenan Newton  (from InterDrone 2019/Las Vegas)

A lot of fire agencies have great intentions when developing UAS Programs and look for outside help in getting them started. However, keeping the program going can be challenging as well. When developing a UAS program you have to think about the long haul. This session looks into how an agency can develop and maintain a UAS program that has longevity. You will learn about budgeting, maintenance and in-fire house training proven practices as well as how to properly set UAS response expectations not only within your agency but how to communicate that to other agencies that you provide mutual aid assistance to.

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Admin Tim Trott is a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) certified instructor (#329775) and has passed the FAA exam for Fundamentals of Instruction. In addition, he holds a Section 333 Exemption (#11636) and is a member of Flight Instructors of North America (FSANA) as well as AUVSI, AMA, AOPA, ALEA, and EAA and is also a student pilot.