SMG at Commercial UAV Expo 2020

Today Commercial UAV Expo 2020 launched with the “Outdoor” Virtual Demonstrations.  Fortunately, it’s a lot warmer than last year, sitting comfortably at our desks!

Registration is still open, the exhibit hall is FREE to all attendees, as is the keynote sessions.  If you haven’t already registered, be sure to do so and check out what’s happening within the drone industry.  The keynote sessions are stacked and the rest of the sessions offered are deep with some heavy hitters from the industry.  Check out the full list of speakers here.

Back to the Virtual Drone Demonstrations; what a wonderful way to start the show!  We started off with Iris Automation and a detailed discussion of their onboard detect-and-avoid for BVLOS drone flight.  Very impressive how they are managing BLVOS operations.

Next up was a demonstration from Doosan and their hydrogen fuel cell long-endurance drone.  With the two hour flight time, they are BVLOS ready and better economics.

Anchoring the first section of Drone Demonstrations today was our very own, Douglas Spotted Eagle, showcasing the Sundance Media Group Night UAV CSI workflow.

Douglas took the time to walk the audience through best-practices on capturing a night forensic scene by drone. He includes a brief overview of the equipment used (links below) as well as access to the Pix4D model generated.

Find the full session on our Vimeo Page here.

 

If you have any questions, please email us at requests@sundancemediagroup.com. 

And if you’re interested, check out last year’s CommUAV Night UAV CSI event video here,  which includes interview with local law enforcement.  (It was quite COLD out there!)

Finally, here is a list of the equipment we used:

Autel EVO II Series: auteldrones.com/pages/evo-ii-pro-detail
DTResearch GNSS Tablet: dtresearch.com/en/Gnss-Tablets/DT301X-TR.html
FoxFury Lighting: foxfury.com/
Hoodman Accessories: hoodmanusa.com/Drones-Phones-Tablets-s/127.htm
Pix4D Software: pix4d.com/

And find the full project here for you to work with:
cloud.pix4d.com/dataset/701216/map?shareToken=a9c1cdc4-dad3-4b49-b51a-df8239135811

 

Thank you to our partners for helping us keep sharing information within the drone industry:

 

WEBINAR – Urban Turbulence & Micro Climates with your UAS

Regular Pricing19.95 USD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

Have you ever had a situation in the field where your sUAS seemed to have a mind of its own?  In this 90 minute webinar, we’ll discuss how wind flow patterns offer predictability if one is able to read the environment.   We’ll explore how seemingly unpredictable sUAS behavior can be predicted based on understanding micro climates and urban turbulence.

Environmental concerns play a significant role in capturing data with a drone, particularly when 3D modeling is the goal, or when accurate measurements are required. In this 90 minute session, we will discuss and demonstrate the impacts of winds and environment on stable, safe, and useful sUAS flight. We’ll also diagram why common types of sUAS incidents occur, helping pilots to understand how to avoid the seemingly unavoidable crashes in urban environments.   Last, we’ll have an interactive discussion on how to identify and read micro climates in the urban environment.

Pilots both manned and unmanned admit they haven’t considered some of these factors in the past, and now have a better understanding of why drones crash into buildings, seemingly without pilot input.  Join us to learn more in this fresh topic in UA operation.   It is particularly applicable to working in cityscapes, but does also delve into forests, communication towers, etc.

Join Joanne Leming and Douglas Spotted Eagle for this LIVE 90 min session is created for anyone flying sUAS for mapping, modeling, forensic capture, or environmental data gathering purposes.

Once you have registered, we will send you a login for the webinar.  We look forward to training with you!

 

Regular Pricing19.95 USD
Your eTicket will be emailed after payment to your PayPal email address.

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