Controlling Unmanned Aircraft
Legal, Certification, Security and Operational Challenges
$750 +GST (1-day)
Melbourne – 26th February 2015
This one day training and information session focuses on providing an up-to-date overview of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operations and their potential application across both public and private sectors. The facilitator for this event is Mr Jim Coyne, an internationally recognised authority in UAS certification and former Chair of the International Civil Aviation Organisation Unmanned Aircraft Systems Study Group. All aspects of current and future operational requirements for Remote Piloted Aircraft (RPA) will be examined. This course contributes five mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) units and is presented by internationally recognised registered training organisation Southpac Aerospace in collaboration with UAS International.
Guest speakers include government and regulatory agencies, UAS legal specialists, UAV operators and manufacturers, insurers and industry association representatives.
(Download a flier – UAS Course Overview)
- Civil Aviation Safety Authority regulatory update
- Operating UAVs – training and operational requirements
- Legal, privacy, insurance and security issues
- Diversity of UAS applications with case studies
Who Should Attend
- Police & Law enforcement agencies
- Local council
- Government agencies (SAR)
- Agricultural sector
- Resource sector
- Fire fighting & surf rescue
- Media and broadcasting
- Insurance companies
Lawyers note: This course contributes five mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) units.