Unmanned Aerial Systems

Event Date: 9/2/2020 - 9/3/2020
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), sometimes referred to as drones, are multi-use aircraft controlled from a licensed operator on the ground.  The benefits of UAS are wide-ranging and impact nearly all aspects of transportation – replacing boots on the ground, increasing accuracy, speeding up high quality survey, mapping, and data collection, and providing access to hard-to-reach locations. 

FHWA and Oklahoma LTAP are providing this FREE two-day (total 8 hrs) interactive online workshop on UAS.  Attendees will hear from subject matter experts on:

  1. Starting up a UAS program (national and local perspective)
  2. Implementing UAS Technology in support of key transportation applications
    • Design and Construction
    • Structural Inspection
    • Emergency Response/Traffic Management
  3. Technology and UAS use case examples

 

The workshop is FREE, but PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

REGISTRATION:  https://clgtweb.okstate.edu/CourseStatus.awp1?&course=20LTUAS0902

 

RECEIVING ROADS SCHOLAR II CREDIT: 

You need to follow the presenting LTAP Center’s requirements for receiving the completion Certificate.  For example, some LTAP’s say, “after the online training, you must complete the course evaluation at the end”, or “Answer 1 or 2 questions about the training in order to receive the certificate, etc.”; and some are just attend and you receive it.  It is recommended to check if there is anything noted during registration to make sure they give you credit for participating.  

Upon completion, the respective LTAP doing the training provides you the participant certificates, and when you send us copies for our records, CO LTAP will provide the credit on your transcript. 

 

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), sometimes referred to as drones, are multi-use aircraft controlled from a licensed operator on the ground.  The benefits of UAS are wide-ranging and impact nearly all aspects of transportation – replacing boots on the ground, increasing accuracy, speeding up high quality survey, mapping, and data collection, and providing access to hard-to-reach locations.