DRONES IN CIVIL SECURITY conference

Date:
Thursday 3 May
Registration:

Open to registered accredited delegates, click here for FREE registration now

AAUS is proud to be presenting the "Drones in Civil Security" conference at CIVSEC 2018. The conference will address the utility of Remotely Piloted Air Systems (RPAS) and other unmanned and autonomous systems in the security domain, including regulatory and communications/cyber issues for operators.

Free of charge to attend, the Drones in Civil Security Conference is open to accredited registered professional visitors to CIVSEC 2018. (Places are limited and seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis). Click here to register

CONFERENCE THEMES

  • Use of Drones for Border Protection, Policing, Emergency Response and Fire Fighting
  • Regulatory Considerations for Drone Operations used in National Interest
  • Security Threats and Use of Counter Drone Technology
  • Industry perspective and challenges
  • Emerging Technologies

 

Speakers will include:

  • Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton - Victoria Police
  • Luke Gumley - CASA
  • Julian Webber - Australian Federal Police
  • Ken Loving - General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
  • Richard Alder - National Aerial Firefighting Centre
  • Anthony Patterson - Cobham
  • Brooke Tapsell - Atlas GICS
  • John Morrison - Morrison Aerial Robotics
  • Phil Lyons - Textron Systems Australia
  • Adam Welsh - DJI
  • Eddie Bennet - Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver
  • Bernard Leong - Airbus Aerial Asia


All conference enquiries including any potential papers can be directed to:

Greg Tyrrell
Executive Director
Australian Association for Unmanned Systems (AAUS)
Telephone: 0458 850 202
Email: Greg.Tyrrell@aaus.org.au

Program: Thursday May 3, 2018

0900 - 0910

Opening Remarks

Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton
Victoria Police

0910 - 0940

Law Enforcement Use of RPAS

Julian Webber
Australian Federal Police

0940 - 1010

Potential and Issues surrounding the use of Drones for Aerial Firefighting

Richard Alder
National Aerial Firefighting Centre

1010 - 1040

RPAS use in 2017 for U.S. Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Response

Warren Ludwig
General Atomics

1040 - 1100

Morning Tea

1100 - 1130

Army RPAS

LTCOL Rod Lang
Australian Army

1130 - 1200

Simplifying the Sky: Transforming Disaster Recover and Insurance with UAVs

Dr Bernard Leong
Airbus Aerial Asia

1200 - 1230

Enhanced Surveillance by UAVs

Phil Lyons
Textron Systems Australia

1230 - 1300

Lunch Break

1300 - 1330

Life Saving RPAS

Eddie Bennet
Westpac Little Ripper Lifesaver

1330 - 1400

Drones - Friend or Foe?

John Morrison
Morrison Aerial Robotics

1400 - 1430

Regulatory Considerations for RPAS used in Emergency Services

Luke Gumley
CASA

1430 - 1500

Afternoon Tea Break

1500 - 1530

DroneALERT - Using crowd sourcing to combat illegal drone operations at airports and other open-air locations

Brooke Tapsall
Atlas GICs

1530 - 1600

Countering the Threat of Drones in Urban Environments

Keith Mollison
EPE

1600 - 1630

The Invisible License Plate: A Remote ID Solution for RPAS

Adam Welsh
DJI