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ARGUS flying workshop in Snowdonia  Event

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Time:
10:00 - 14:00
Date:
22 - 23 March 2016
Venue:
Snowdonia Aerospace Centre, Llanbedr, North Wales, LL45 2PX

For more information regarding this event, please email Bill Crowther at bill.crowther@man.ac.uk .

Event details

Autonomous Systems networking opportunity at Snowdonia Aerospace Centre, Llanbedr, North Wales

Aim of workshop

For engineers and scientists to exchange ideas and develop skills in application of aerial robotics.

Who should attend?

        Engineers developing aerial robotic technologies

        Scientists who use or would like to use aerial robotics as part of their work

What will be going on?

        Speed dating for engineers and scientists – find out who is doing what with drones

        Seminar on airborne gas sampling test techniques and other topics tbc

        CAA drone pilot examination rehearsal and assessment

        Flight demonstration of the 20Kg Penguin B fixed wing UAV with payload options

        24hr endurance testing of tethered drone platforms

        Sounding rocket launch demonstration

        FPV drone operations

        Other ideas welcomed

Funding

Funding is available to support workshop participants able to bring flight test hardware, software demos and willing to give short seminars on their work. Contact JIm Scanlan: J.P.Scanlan@soton.ac.uk

 

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Speaker information

Professor Jim Scanlan,Director, Autonomous Systems USRG, University of Southampton and Professor of design, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment

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