2019 NEW YORK UAS PUBLIC SAFETY FLY-IN
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29
STATE PREPAREDNESS TRAINING CENTER (ORISKANY, NY)
On October 29, 2019, NUAIR hosted its first New York UAS Public Safety Fly-In, bringing more than 100 public safety officials from across New York State to the State Preparedness Training Center (SPTC) in Oriskany, New York. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), commonly referred to as drones, can be utilized by many organizations to help save time, money, resources and in the case of public safety – lives.
With the help of New York State public safety officials, New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services and the SPTC staff, participants had a successful day of learning and flying drones in multiple emergency scenarios setup throughout the SPTC.
Learn more from our Official Press Release.
TEST FLIGHT SCENARIOS
EAB INDOOR FLIGHTS
Indoor & Outdoor Flights
Crime Scene – Training Weapons/Explosives
HazMat Gas Sensors
Tactical Flights, Smoke Machine, Training Explosives
Open Propane Fire
Search & Rescue / Thermal
Autonomous Flights & Mapping
Ground Control Points / Pix4D
Lee Bormann – Albany County Sheriff’s Office
Vince Nischo – Albany County Sheriff’s Office
Steve Disick – Albany Fire Department
Tim Gleason – Syracuse Fire Department
Dan Wanmer – Scotia Fire Department
Ed Capovani – In Sky Aerial
Chris Ramirez – Firehouse Road
Mark Fisher – NYSP
Tim Hardy – Washington County Public Safety
John Santorio – Colonie Police Department
Andrew Scharf – FDNY
John Wakie – FDNY
Michael Wall – FDNY
Chip Noble – NUAIR (Safety Officer)
Justin Steinke – AiRXOS (Flight Permissions)
Jerry Paris – Albany County Sheriff’s Office (Training Props)
George Davis – NSION (Live Streaming)
- Public Safety Seminars from InterDrone 2019
TEST YOUR DRONE TECHNOLOGY AT THE NEW YORK UAS TEST SITE!
New York’s 50-mile UAS UTM/BVLOS Corridor includes USS support, simulation capabilities, secure data collection & more!