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Vigilant Aerospace CEO Kraettli Epperson will be presenting on current capabilities and safety technology for industrial unmanned aircraft to executives in transit, shipping and the energy industry at the upcoming Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) meeting on July 17th, 2017. This is part of the bi-monthly H-GAC speaker series featuring experts with new and innovative ideas for these industries.

An Overview of Regulations, Capabilities, Safety Technologies, and Trends for Unmanned Aircraft

Houston-Galveston Area Council
Brown Bag Lunch Series

July 17, 2017

The presentation will outline the regulatory landscape, provide an overview of current technologies and capabilities available today and provide insights into rapidly emerging new technologies and capabilities that will impact the unmanned aircraft marketplace, safety and operations in the near future.

  • Current Regulatory Framework – Quick Review: How to get your fleet into the air
  • Technical Capabilities and Applications – Getting work done
  • Current technologies and trends for unmanned aircraft safety
  • Detect-and-Avoid – What is it and why it matters
  • Future trends in autonomy – Robots do the job quickly and safely

More details available on the event page on the H-GAC website calendar.

About the H-GAC Brown Bag Lunch Series

From the website:
H-GAC created the Brown Bag Series to provide staff and member jurisdictions with a forum for education in market trends, emerging technologies, and key transportation and planning issues facing the industry. These meeting are open to all H-GAC member agencies and governments. www.H-GAC.com/taq/transportation-public-outreach/brown-bag-series

About the Houston-Galveston Area Council

From the website:
Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is the regional organization through which local governments consider issues and cooperate in solving area wide problems. Through H-GAC, local governments also initiate efforts in anticipating and preventing problems, saving public funds. The 13-county H-GAC service region is growing, becoming more diverse, and constantly changing. In order to address the needs of citizens and businesses, local governments are providing leadership to guide regional development wisely and manage change constructively. www.H-GAC.com

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