DRONES: CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND SITUATIONAL AWARENESS PROJECT - WASHINGTON STATE
When: May 7, 2019 | 8:00am-1:00pm
Where: DoubleTree Suites | Tukwila, WA
Registration is complimentary. Register here.
86% of the nation’s critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector. There is a need for rapid damage assessment of these critical infrastructures immediately following a disaster. Emerging drone technology is allowing for an expedited and detailed damage assessment of infrastructures by owners and operators. The private sector needs to access to disaster zones to conduct damage assessments and then be able to share information rapidly with state emergency management agencies so that a common operating picture can be established. This workshop is organized under a 2019 DHS Resilience Challenge Grant to develop a CONOPS for access into disaster zones and the sharing of information will be prepared for Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. Information on the other state workshops is here.
Public-Private Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators
Local and State agencies using or will be using UAS
Washington State Emergency Management Division
Washington State Patrol
Private and Public Drone Users