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Unmanned Aircraft Systems on Campus

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), or drones, are a revolutionary technology that are making it easier than ever to collect information from above the Earth’s surface. For colleges and universities, UAS technology is offering exciting new opportunities for carrying out research, inspecting campus infrastructure, and improving safety on campus. UAS also pose a number of challenges, particularly on issues relating to federal regulations, privacy, and responsible use. In this webinar, Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne, director of the University of Vermont’s (UVM) Spatial Analysis Laboratory and founder of the UVM UAS Team, provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of UAS technology, from the operating platforms, sensors, and back-end analytics to the regulatory environment and campus policies. He also discusses how UAS are used in action from disaster response and public safety efforts to traffic monitoring, infrastructure, and environmental research.

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems on Campus

  1. 1. Campus Public Safety Online
  2. 2. Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne Drones in Higher Education 2
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  70. 70. Foundations of a Campus UAS Program Policies & Procedures SupportLeadership 70
  71. 71. Support Legal & Regulatory Advice UAS Platforms & Sensor Information Technology 71
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  73. 73. Considerations Approval Process Data & Metadata Retention Training 73
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  75. 75. Job threat Organizational Structure Personal feelings Regulatory environment Investment Payback period Contracting 75
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  81. 81. Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne joneildu@uvm.edu 81

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