2023 Drone Symposium
The Center for Aviation Studies is excited to announce the first Drone Symposium of 2023. This event will consist of several of the industries biggest companies from the uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) realm. This symposium will pair industry partners with faculty from the university to show students how they can fit UAS into the professional path.
The Keynote speaker for the event will be Colin Romberger – Skydio – Solutions Engineering Manager and will feature the Skydio Dock where he will talk about engineering, software development, industry use cases. A link to his bio can be found here.
The event is free and open to students, industry partners, and the public. Click here to access the RSVP form.
Keynote – More than a Drone: Smart Hardware and Autonomy - Colin Rumsberger (Skydio
Session 1 – BIG Drone Operations and the Data that Drives Decisions - Matt Shellenberger (American Electric Power) and Dr. Bryan Mark (OSU Department of Geography)
Session 2 – Drones in STEM Education - Scott Liston (Unmanned Safety Institute) and Dr. Patrick Herak (OSU Engineering Education Department)
Session 3 – Infrastructure, Inspection, and Digital Twins with Drones – Helen Corkum (Ohio Department of Transportation UAS Center) and Dr. Rongjun Qin (OSU Department of Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering)
Session 4 – Drones Helping Solve Environmental and Agricultural Problems - Deborah Sheeler, Rachel Miller (Davey Resource Group), and Dr. Sami Khanal (OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering)
|More than a Drone: Smart Hardware and Autonomy||10:00-10:45|
|BIG Drone Operations and the Data that Drives Decisions||11:00-11:45|
|Drones in STEM Education||12:00-12:45|
|Infrastructure, Inspection, and Digital Twins with Drones||2:00-2:45|
|Drones Helping Solve Environmental and Agricultural Problems||3:00-3:45|
Activities will take place February 11, 2023 from 9:45-5:00 p.m. at Scott Labs E0001, E0004, E0024, E0040, located at 201 W 19th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210. There will be tables available for student groups that would like to present to the audience.
If needed, suggested paid public parking is at Tuttle Garage, 2050 Tuttle Park Pl Columbus, OH 43210; information on other parking options may be found by clicking here.
Sponsorship for this event is $250 and covers the costs of catering, and supports the Center for Aviation UAS laboratory. For sponsorship inquiries you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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