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Drones & Robotics, Wednesday 6 September 2017

Beyond Vision Line of Sight (BVLOS)

12:20

Safety and security in a world of UAVs

UAVs will become increasingly important over the coming decade, with applications ranging from pizza and medicine delivery to pilotless ‘air taxis.’    These applications require advanced technologies to assure safe operation.  At the same time, the risk of ‘rogue’ drones is increasing;  these are frequently encountered in the battlegrounds of the Middle East, and there can be no doubt that terrorists will utilize them in the future.   This presentation will discuss solutions which support Safety and Security.
13:00

Geospatial & Drone data as part of your daily operations (construction, property & plantations)

In recent years geospatial and drone data has become widely available to construction, property, industrial and plantation companies. Often this data is used for post-fact analytical purposes only, displaying the grand picture. However, recent innovations have made drone and geospatial data available on a daily basis, making them useful for daily operations. MapGage helps to improve project management, documentation, and compliance using a set of new innovative geospatial tools. This presentation will also showcase how MapGage has helped clients in construction, property, industrial asset maintance and plantation industry to improve daily operations.
13:40

Live drone control in Germany from the fair

14:20

Meeting challenging conditions in the UAV survey LiDAR scanning market

Beside the current developments in LiDAR sensors and systems for meeting the continuously evolving demands in UAV-based surveying applications, RIEGL now offers the extremely light-weight miniVUX-1UAV sensor as stand-alone version, and the integrated version in various complete system solutions, tightly coupled with an IMU/GNSS-unit and with optional cameras already included. Like the VUX-1 LiDAR Sensor, the miniVUX-1UAV can also be used with the RiCOPTER, RIEGL’s high-performance unmanned multi-rotor aircraft. Optionally, the miniaturized laser scanner can be used in combination with other instruments, like the Bathymetric Depth Finder, RIEGL BDF-1, in a multi-sensor setup to acquire comprehensive datasets for various complex applications.
15:00

Professional drone mapping and photogrammetric software solutions

Pix4D makes software solutions for professional drone-based mapping, purely from images. Developed in 2011 from years of scientific research, Pix4D software uses images taken by hand, drone, or plane and creates customizable results that compliment a wide range of applications and software. Pix4Dbim, Pix4Dmodel, Pix4Dag or Pix4Dmapper Pro solutions are meant to be tailored to any industry or workflow on mobile, desktop and cloud platforms. Produce precise and georeferenced maps, mosaics, and 3D models.
15:40

Drone training – is it really necessary

  •     Drone training a good to have or will it be mandatory?
  •     Considerations for the types of training needs for the industries.
  •     Challenges in conducting drone training in Singapore
16:00

Unique safety functions in UAVs

16:30

The use of Private LTE Network to enable Beyond Visual Line of Sight Flight of Drones, Autonomous Guided Vehicles and Robotics

The mobile telecom industry and the telecom regulators are beginning to allocate licensed frequency bands to be used for the deployment of Private LTE Network to serve the specific needs of the various industries.  As robotics and unmanned vehicles like Drones and Autonomous Mobile Robots are becoming necessary as part of the Industry 4.0 Transformation, there is a need for a reliable and robust wireless communication network that can guarantee Quality of Service and very low latency with ultra cyber  security that can mitigate cyber attacks.  The public telecom networks are designed as a shared network and some of these stringent requirements are extremely expensive and impractical to optimise for specific clients.  Hence the industry are exploring using dedicated licensed frequency bands to deploy Private LTE Network that can be localized and customised to meet these stringent and specific requirements of these specific applications and services.

              Arete M is an “Facility Based Operator”(FBO) licensed by IMDA and has the right to use dedicated frequency bands to build Private LTE in Singapore.  Some examples of Private LTE Network will be presented that can be used for BVLoS Drones monitoring and Flight Control with active Geo-Caging.  Other examples are the usage of such a Private LTE Network that can be used by Autonomous Guided Vehicles(AGV) and mobile security robots and service robots.
last published: 14/Sep/17 11:06

 

Drones & Robotics, Thursday 7 September 2017

Surveillance drones & payloads

11:00

Case study

11:40

Drone training – is it really necessary

  •     Drone training a good to have or will it be mandatory?
  •     Considerations for the types of training needs for the industries.
  •     Challenges in conducting drone training in Singapore
12:20

Efficient Processing of UAV Data

The use of UAVs for mapping is disrupting the industry, changing expectations for post-processing. While large format traditional photogrammetry projects have delivery timelines typically spanning months following data acquisition, UAV results are often expected within days. This presentation will discuss how imagery captured by drones can be efficiently processed and converted into precise geospatial products such as point clouds, DSMs, DTMs and orthomosaics.

Tech for good

13:00

Using drones to build sustainable community in remote, developing regions

  •     Using drones for 3D mappings in community building and landscape planning
  •     Strategies in more effective water management with existing technologies
  •     Rapid fleet deployment for emergency response
13:40

Open source mapping strategies in disaster relief operations

  • Exploring advantages in using open source mapping strategies in disaster prevention and relief
  • Upgrading existing mapping technologies using emerging technologies, i.e. drones, smart phones
  • Case study: Successful humanitarian mapping project in Surabarya, Indonesia
14:20

Geospatially-enabled humanitarian response to natural calamities: Progress and prospects

  •     Quick response, relief and humanitarian efforts are necessary on con- and post-catastrophe events.
  •     Relief needs, target sites, aid sources and personnel, and routes must be available to humanitarian managers to facilitate action
  •     Technologies and systems for humanitarian aid are proposed and will be presented.
last published: 14/Sep/17 11:06

 

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