October 28-30, 2019 | The Westgate | Las Vegas

Deep Dive Session: Surveying & Mapping

Image courtesy of Pulse Aerospace

Clearly drones are ideal for topographic measurement, from movement monitoring, change detection, seepage detection, volumetric measurement and more. However, determining the right sensors and tools for managing the data is not always clear-cut. Lidar, photogrammetry, multispectral, processing/extracting the data, and the appropriate deliverables will all be covered.

Tuesday, October 2

Part I (1:30 – 3:00pm)
From Sensors to Data

  • The Right Sensors (cameras, LiDAR, etc) & Accuracy Expectations
  • Impact of Sensor Selection on Production Workflow; Adjusting Appropriately
  • Specific Challenges (High Voltage Proximity, Night Flights, Close Range, High Altitude)
  • Data Processing & Analysis; Complex 3D Modeling
  • Reporting & Deliverables; RFQs for Contractors; QA/QC of Supplied Data

Part II (3:30 – 5:00pm)
Overcoming Challenges & Meeting Expectations

  • Establishing Workflows to Support Deployment of UAVs
  • Critical Success Factors for a Sustainable Enterprise Drone Program
  • Knowing When – And When Not – To Utilize UAVs
  • Understanding Expectations & Requirements: Client and Contractor

Confirmed Speakers Include:

  • Matthew Klein, Bureau of Reclamation
  • Lewis Graham, AirGon
  • Michael Singer, DroneView Technologies
  • Sam Billingsley, Ragan-Smith Associates, Inc

The Commercial UAV Event for:


Surveying & Mapping


Civil Infrastructure


Mining & Aggregates


Construction


Process, Power & Utilities


Law Enforcement, Emergency Response & Search and Rescue


Precision Agriculture

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