Schedule

 

HERE’S what you can expect from safecon 2019

 

MONDAY, june 3RD

PUBLIC SAFETY UAS OPERATIONS 101 (DAY ONE)
Special pre-conference class taught by Skyfire
Get your department's drone program off to the right start with this comprehensive two-day course, including ground school and flight training. Learn how to navigate the often complicated FAA COA process, what it takes to start or finish your UAV program, and determine what UAVs are best for your department's needs.

Topics covered include:
Who can fly UAVs legally in the US
Part 107 vs. COA
Pilot certification, training, and currency
Components of a UAS Program
Use cases/missions
Selecting the right equipment for your agency
Hands-on UAS discussion
Basic flight maneuvers
Advanced flight maneuvers

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TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH

PUBLIC SAFETY UAS OPERATIONS 101 (DAY TWO)
Special pre-conference class taught by Skyfire
Get your department's drone program off to the right start with this comprehensive two-day course, including ground school and flight training. Learn how to navigate the often complicated FAA COA process, what it takes to start or finish your UAV program, and determine what UAVs are best for your department's needs.

Topics covered include:
Who can fly UAVs legally in the US
Part 107 vs. COA
Pilot certification, training, and currency
Components of a UAS Program
Use cases/missions
Selecting the right equipment for your agency
Hands-on UAS discussion
Basic flight maneuvers
Advanced flight maneuvers

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1700 - 1900: Welcome Reception - The Courtyard Marriott

EARLY REGISTRATION AND RECEPTION
Meet other attendees, get registered, and network with the vendors and educators that will be part of the 3 day SafeCon training experience.

 
 
 

Wednesday, June 5th

0730 - 0800: Coffee/breakfast

0800 - 0845: Welcome and thank you’s, basic event orientation, brief introductions to the vendors and sponsors

0900 - 0930: BNSF - Taking the Railroad to the Sky, Catherine Bramlett, BNSF

0930 - 1000: Drones in Hurricane Response - Jason Ritter & Don Strength, GEMA

1000 - 1030: Reliable Solution for Long-Endurance Flight in Public Safety - Doosan

1030 - 1045: Break

1045 - 1130: After Action Report: Securing the Super Bowl - GEMA, Atlanta PD, DroneSense, Skyfire

1130 - 1230: FirstNet Authority Roadmap and UAS - Travis Hull, Kim Coleman, Chris Baker, FirstNet

1230 - 1330: Lunch and Networking

1330 - 1400: Public Safety UAS Program Updates – Ben Kroll, Skyfire

1400 - 1515: Choose a session!

  • Fundamentals of Aerial Surveillance – Mike Briant, Skydas

  • SERTC Transportation Emergency Response - SERTC Cadre

1530 - 1630:

  • Chemical Monitoring and Detection Technology – Brandon Morris, SERTC

  • Thermal Imaging for Public Safety – Dusty Birge, UAV Recon

1630 - 1800: Happy hour @ the Convention Center

1830: Dinner @ Brue’s Alehouse courtesy of Darley

 
 
 

Thursday, june 6th

Morning at Pueblo Convention Center, departure to SERTC @ 1030

0630 - 0700: Vendor breakfast

0700 - 0800: Vendors depart for SERTC via personal transportation for setup. Caravan from Pueblo Convention Center

0700 - 0730: Participant (non vendor) breakfast

0730 - 0815: Day 2 Orientation

0830 - 0930: Drones in Railroad Emergency Response- Ryan Risdon, BNSF

0930 - 1030: Water Injection Theory and Safety - Ron Huffman, Responder Training

1030: Busses depart for SERTC

1030 - 1130:  SERTC Tour

1130 - 1200: Boxed lunch pick up

1200 - 1730:

  • Water Injection Practical with Live Fire- Ron Huffman, Responder Training Autel Robotics & Lt Brett Reiss, Cobb Fire

    • Thermal Imaging with Drones - Dusty Birge, UAV Recon

    • Smokehouse Scenario - John Wickersheim, MSA

  • Colorado DPS Flight Testing/NIST Course - Colorado Center of Excellence

  • Scene Reconstruction Sce3nario - Angad Singh, Pix4D & Trooper Michael Darrow, Michigan State Police

  • Barricaded Gunman Scenario/ Elios - Jimi Cunningham, ATL SWAT

  • Urban Search and Rescue - Doosan Mobility Innovations

  • FLAIM Trainer - Mike Mocerino, Darley

1730: Buses depart for Convention Center

1900: Dinner @ Bingo Burger courtesy of Lone Star Analytics

 
 
 

Friday, june 7th

We plan to bring together all the technology and their applications presented throughout the course of the conference to life. We will combine drones, software, air monitoring, thermal imaging, search and rescue, active shooters, transit emergencies, and fire to create a several hour realistic scenario that will test all areas of public safety.

0800 - 0900: Breakfast

0900 - 1000: Buses depart for SERTC

1000 - 1100: Safety briefing/Team assignments

1100 - 1600: Full-Scale Live Exercise

1600: Buses depart for Convention Center