Ecological Society of America, Office of Public Affairs
Eyes in the Sky- Drone Use for Ecological Research
Many researchers use drones in terrestrial and marine environments, giving
scientists unprecedented access to areas previously difficult to reach. In
August, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy announced new
measures to accelerate the safe integration and innovative adoption of unmanned
aircraft systems across the United States. These announcements most notably
expand on the Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) "Small UAS" rule, announced in late June, providing
national guidelines for operation of non-recreational unmanned aircraft under
Join ESA for a webinar presentation and hear first-hand from an FAA expert
about how to implement the new rules for unmanned operating systems, commonly
referred to as drones. There is no cost to attend.
Eyes in the Sky: Drone Use for Ecological Research.
Oct 27, 2016, 2:00 PM EDT
Joe Morra, manager, Flight Operations Section, Federal Aviation Administration
Space is limited, so please register early to guarantee a spot.
Register to attend the webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information
about joining the webinar.
Please email Alison Mize, director of public affairs with any questions.