Australian Association for Unmanned Systems


Drones in Civil Security Conference

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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 pre-registration is recommended with pre-registration being available from February 2018).

Pre-Registration

The conference will be held on May 3, 2018 during CIVSEC 2018 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

More information on CIVSEC 2018


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

CALL FOR PAPERS

We are now calling for papers to be submitted for presentations at the conference.  We require a short abstract on your presentation identifying the title, themes and presenters by February 2, 2018.

PROGRAM

Details will be released soon. 

Speakers include:

  • Luke Gumley - CASA
  • Julian Webber - Australian Federal Police
  • Ken Loving - General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
  • Richard Alder - National Aerial Firefighting Centre
  • Anthony Patterson - Cobham
  • Rob Whittle - PolAir Queensland
  • Brooke Tapsell - Atlas GICS
  • John Morrison - Morrison Aerial Robotics
  • Phil  Lyons - Textron Systems Australia
  • Adam Welsh - DJI

CONFERENCE ENQUIRIES

Greg Tyrrell - AAUS Executive Director

Telephone 0458 850 202

Greg.Tyrrell@aaus.org.au





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