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Real World BVLOS and Situational Awareness for Industrial UAVs - Shared screen with speaker view
Sara Pettit
38:14
Welcome and thank you for joining us for this AiRXOS webinar on Real World BVLOS and Situational Awareness for Industrial UAVs. Feel free to drop us a chat here and let everyone know who you are / where you are from and how you are involved with this topic. This chat will be used to engage with each other throughout the session today. Please use Q&A (see the “Q&A” button in your toolbar) to ask panelists questions.
Sara Pettit
38:33
We’ll kick things off shortly.
Sara Pettit
40:06
Welcome!
Sara Pettit
41:02
Welcome all, thanks for joining us!
Tony White
47:39
Hello, Tony White From Galaxy Unmanned Systems. We specialize in unmanned airships (blimps). www.galaxyuas.com tony.white@galaxyuas.com
Sean Guerre
50:08
Howdy everyone! Feel free to add your questions to the Q&A for Mark and Jim.
Lorenzo Rota
50:09
HI...Lorenzo Rota from Volare Aerial Imaging in Ukiah CA. Involved with transmission and distribution tower inspections for major CA utilities for wildfire risk mitigation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorenzo-rota-9128b938/
Sara Pettit
56:31
Welcome! Feel free to use this chat to engage with each other throughout this session, and share your UAV experience and insight. Feel free to ask your questions for AiRXOS in the Q&A (click the Q&A button at the bottom of your screen). You can also “vote up” the questions you'd like the panelists to answer the most.
Sara Pettit
01:05:04
Hi all, Feel free to ask your questions for AiRXOS in the Q&A to make sure panelists see it (click the Q&A button at the bottom of your screen).
Stephen Jarriel
01:06:24
I'm Steve Jarriel, founding partner of LatLong UAS, based near Washington DC. We have extensive experience flying inside the DC-FRZ, a difficult to obtain waiver in the most secure, closely monitored airspace in the world. BVLOS not viable there; however, many other exciting opps lay ahead. Thanks for presenting an informative webinar on an important topic.
Tim Skutt
01:08:45
Hi Steve, it seems like the ops you're talking about have some of the biggest needs for situational awareness. That's probably one of the most complex areas there is.
Sara Pettit
01:18:10
Hey all, keep dropping your questions over in the Q&A (click the Q&A button in the toolbar at the bottom of your screen) to will make sure panelists see them. You can “vote up” other questions, too!
Sara Pettit
01:25:38
Hi All, Here is the PDF to the powerpoint from today - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZXENFFRSyzsmj6zWh5uT4E497A39bBJV/view?usp=sharingIf you’d like to connect with the speakers following this event, or if you have further questions we aren’t able to get to in the next few minutes, we’ve dropped in their LinkedIn profiles below:Mark Lanphear - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-lanphear-9887a2b/Jim Rector - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-rector/
Sara Pettit
01:37:58
Thank you all again for joining us today! Here is the PDF to the powerpoint - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZXENFFRSyzsmj6zWh5uT4E497A39bBJV/view?usp=sharing
If you’d like to connect with the speakers following this event, or if you have further questions we weren’t able to get to in the next few minutes, we’ve dropped in their LinkedIn profiles below:
Mark Lanphear - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-lanphear-9887a2b/
Jim Rector - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jim-rector/