Within the last few years, drones have revolutionized different areas of public safety. Search and Rescue teams are using drones with infrared to help locate lost people, Lifeguards are dropping life preservers to struggling swimmers, and Law Enforcement Agencies and SWAT Teams have found benefits using drones for aerial views and crime scene documentation.
This workshop will focus on how drones can be utilized by HazMat teams. The workshop will feature experts working in developing drone technologies, as well as industry professionals, with the goal of answering some of the questions HazMat teams may have about how a drone can be an effective tool.
Location: Tekoi Test Range 99 Skull Valley Road, Skull Valley UT
Exit 77 off Rt 80, turn left onto Skull Valley Road. Parking is 27 miles at mile market #10, the abandoned gas station.
Dates: June 25 & 26
Time: 9am- 4pm
Lunch will be provided
- Dr. Matthew Tolentino; University of Washington, Tacoma
- Battalion Chief Chris Gould and Firefighter Rich Gatanis; South Manatee (FL) Fire District
- Marina Powers; CBRNResponder.net
- Kimberly Penn and Hugo Ashkar; BP Pipeline
- Dean Griffith, Jones Day; Former FAA Chief Counsel Office
- John Wictor, Pergam
- Stephen Ley and Bradley Wardle, Utah Fire and Rescue Academy
- Gregg Pugmire; Fortem Technologies
- Commissioner Shawn Milne, Tooele County
- Brett Kanda, FLIR
- Craig Austin, ImSAR
- More to be announced
$109 workshop rate available by clicking on this link
Quality Inn & Suites
8580 N Highway 36, Tooele, UT 84074
Office: 801.250.3600 Ext. 155