Aerospace and Asset Management

Start time 4.00pm AEST. Join the Asset Management Council Brisbane Chapter for a presentation on the use of automated drones to collect asset data.
Aerospace and Asset Management

EVENT (in-house networking - EA Level 9, 340 Adelaide Street, Brisbane) 4.00pm AEST

WEBINAR 4.30pm - 6.00pm AEST

| 5.30pm - 7.00pm AEDT

AGM 6.00pm - 7.00pm AEST

 

Join the Asset Management Council Brisbane Chapter for a presentation on the use of automated drones to collect asset data.

In recent years, the automation of drones has represented a significant advancement in the collection of asset data.

Asset-intensive organisations can now perform inspections and collect asset data from a safe distance, negating the need for human inspectors to scale high structures or dive below the surface of the sea, while increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of data acquisition.

To understand the opportunity presented by the use of automated drones in asset management, this presentation will showcase the perspectives of both policy makers and practitioners in the sector.

This presentation will be followed by the Annual General Meeting of the Asset Management Council Brisbane Chapter.

Register (Engineers Australia Auditorium)
Register (Webinar)

 

Speakers

Lieutenant Colonel Keirin Joyce

Program Manager for UAS/RPAS, Royal Australian Air Force

Lieutenant Colonel Keirin Joyce is the Program Manager for unmanned aerial systems and remotely piloted aircraft systems at the Royal Australian Air Force.

Prior to joining the Royal Australian Air Force, Keirin held a distinguished career of more than 20 years in the Australian Army, where he facilitated the introduction of drones into Australian Army units.

 

Dr Stefan Hrabar

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Emesent

Dr Stefan Hrabar is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Emesent and has been at the forefront of drone autonomy research and development for nearly 20 years. Following his PhD in Computer Science/Robotics on this topic, he spent 13 years at CSIRO where he continued his work on vision and lidar-based perception and navigation for drones. He led the development and commercialisation of Hovermap in CSIRO, and co-founded Emesent to bring this ground-breaking technology to market for mining and other applications.

Date:
30 / 03 / 2021 - 04:00 pm to 07:00 pm
Registration Closes
29 / 03 / 2021 12:00 pm
Webinar available
Venue
Engineers Australia Auditorium
Level 9, 340 Adelaide Street
Brisbane
,
Queensland
,
4000
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