A three-day course — taught by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the Unmanned Safety Institute™ — designed for UAS program managers, engineers, UAS pilots & operators, and individuals seeking to obtain further knowledge of UAS operations.
For the first time in the industry, Embry-Riddle has partnered with the Unmanned Safety Institute™ to offer a comprehensive UAS Seminar that will blend subject matter expertise with real world application, as well as offer participants the opportunity to earn industry recognized Certification.
This three-day Embry-Riddle Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) course is designed to identify the key concepts, attributes, and challenges of UAS operations. Participants will receive 2.4 continuing education units (CEUs) for successful completion of this course through ERAU, as well as the Small UAS Safety Awareness Certificate.
The UAS sector is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic segments within aviation industry. Currently the majority of UAS growth has been in support of military and security operations however, recent congressional mandates have unlocked a bourgeoning civilian market with interest in a broad range of uses such as aerial photography, precision agriculture, mapping, monitoring climate and environmental conditions, and public safety.
Attendees will gain knowledge of:
The Unmanned Safety Institute™ is a professional training organization for UAS crews and proponent organization focused on improving safety in UAS operations through the adoption and modification of time honored aviation safety practices. The Unmanned Safety Institute™ uses the expertise of subject matter experts, industry leaders, and our in house flight test crews to develop relevant and needed safety training for a burgeoning industry.
The Unmanned Safety Institute’s™ Small UAS Safety Awareness program is designed to increase your understanding of safety issues associated with small UAS operations and is recognized by the members of the Aviation Insurance industry. This course will examine, human factors, airspace integration of UAS, and ground safety protocols that will help your organization to build a safer tomorrow.
This seminar is instructed by a variety of subject matter experts from the aviation and UAS industry; with expertise ranging from operations to design and manufacturing.
John Robbins, Ph.D. is an agricultural and biological engineering expert with extensive flight experience who serves as the UAS program coordinator. Dr. Robbins teaches varied UAS courses.
Joe Cerreta, Ph.D. is a UAS industry expert with Hunter and Shadow instructor expertise as well as a designer of the Aerosonde fee-for-services program. Dr. Cerreta teaches UAS Operations and Cross Country Data Entry.
Tom Haritos, Ed.S. is a graduate of the US Customs and Border Protection’s Predator B sensor operator ground school. Professor Haritos teaches Unmanned Sensing Systems.
Alex Mirot, MPA is a former USAF Predator instructor pilot and UAS subject matter expert. Professor Mirot teaches Introduction to UAS and UAS flight simulation courses.
Phil Stiles, Esq. is the founder of Stiles Law, P.A. and provides strategic legal advice to the UAS industry, he specializes in UAS law and Section 333 FAA Petitions for Exemption.
Pat Anderson, Ph.D. is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering and the Director of the Eagle Flight Research Center. He has research activities in hybrid tailsetter UAV development and agricultural UAV research and development.