Wednesday 23rd July, 2014
9:00am to 5:00pm
This summit will examine the rise and use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in emergency services in the medical, fire and law enforcement domains and will examine key initiatives, opportunities, issues and case studies of their deployment.
This year's summit will have a theme and focus on Mobilising and Regulating UAVs in Australian Emergency Response' and will draw on government policy, current legislation and privacy protocol in establishing an informed analysis of the current and future scope surrounding the utilization of unmanned systems in this sector.
The event will hear from the senior leadership team from across emergency services as well as industry experts from Government, relevant associations/agencies, academics, think tanks and consultants. Privacy and surveillance, law and regulation, sustainment and development, social policy and public safety are all matters to be addressed in what can be a complex, unpredictable and hazardous environment.
Some of the key topics to be addressed include:
Current market trends and applications
Monitoring, surveying and tackling fires
Defining parameters for UAVs in law enforcement
Optimising search and rescue operations
Disaster relief and recovery capabilities
Privacy and Surveillance
Legislation and Regulation
Sustainment in UAV Technology
Social Policy and Public Safety
Two day conference (23-24 July 2014): $1644.50 AUD
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