A three-day course — taught by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University designed for UAS program managers, engineers, UAS pilots & operators, and individuals seeking to obtain further knowledge of UAS operations.
This three-day Embry-Riddle Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) course is designed to identify the key concepts, attributes, and challenges of UAS operations. Participants will receive 2.4 continuing education units (CEUs) for successful completion of this course through ERAU. Currently the majority of UAS growth has been in support of military and security operations however, recent congressional mandates have unlocked a bourgeoning civilian market with interest in a broad range of uses such as aerial photography, precision agriculture, mapping, monitoring climate and environmental conditions, and public safety.
Attendees will gain knowledge of:
- UAS System Components and Classification
- UAS Regulatory Environment
- UAS Design and limitations
- Developing Standard Operating Procedures & Emergency Response Plans
- Safety Management Systems for UAS Operations
- Issues Associated with UAS Airspace Integration
- Future and Current Trends affecting the UAS Industry
About the Workshop
- When: Feb. 27- Mar. 1, 2018
- Where: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL, Campus
- Early Bird Course Fee: U.S. $1,400
- Standard Course Fee: U.S. $1,500