Heading to InterDrone this fall? Whatever your drone passion, they’ve probably got a workshop or talk with an industry expert to give you the information you’re looking for Check out this info from event sponsor AUVSI:
|The first batch of InterDrone Las Vegas sessions are up and ready to go. Whether you are building your drone business or expanding your enterprise or public safety program, InterDrone has a session for you. Have a look at a small sample of what you can expect this September 3-6 at InterDrone 2019:
Learn how to optimize your field production time and build a plan to assure the required shots are captured with confidence. This intensive, 4.5-hour workshop will take you from the planning steps for unique shot styles through to editing techniques for the final video. This session will detail what it is you need for complete aerial storytelling, adding to ground footage and unique elements to best to convey your story and clearly communicate your message.
In this session, we will explore how the AEC industry has implemented drone use to conduct thermal imaging scans of buildings and discuss the differences compared to handheld scanning techniques. We will review industry standards and guidelines and share common project challenges and opportunities through a series of case studies.
This session will guide you through the process of getting your own command structure on board, preparing your departments UAV policy, SOP and training documentation, it will give pointers and back-up documentation for your presentation to your City/County Council for review and approval, getting your needed paperwork and FAA authorization together, and then will dive into how to best train and utilize the technology.
This session will guide users through an understanding of the key elements of using aerial thermal imaging payloads. It will cover the importance of resolution, how to correctly set the five ingredients for good temperature data, and best practices in being an aerial thermographer. Thermal imaging can be a differentiator for drone services that drives a lot of value if done correctly.
Students will be introduced to the SDK and its philosophy, review its features (actions, telemetry, missions, camera, gimbal, offboard) and the lectureres will explain how to use it in different programming languages and on different platforms. Finally, demos will be run on simulated environments (software in the loop, hardware in the loop) using the material presented during the session.
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