Program entry

Airborne Sensor Operators Group (ASOG) Conference

Includes 7 topics: ASOG Profile Presentation, The Shadow Crewmember & Sensors, Aerial Wildlife Surveying, SAR Airborne Phone Location System (Lifeseeker), Aerial Fire Fighting with UV Technology, SAR Airborne Phone Location System (ARTEMIS) and The Importance of Aviation English for Aircrews

ASOG Programme

  Topic        #

       Time

    Speaker

                              Topic 

     1

13:00 - 13:30

Patrick Ryan

  • Opening remarks, Introduction of Topics: Includes 7 topics: ASOG Profile Presentation, The Shadow Crewmember & Sensors, Aerial Wildlife Surveying, SAR Airborne Phone Location System (Lifeseeker), Aerial Fire Fighting with UV Technology, SAR Airborne Phone Location System (ARTEMIS) and The Importance of Aviation English for Aircrews

     2

13:30 - 14:00

Patrick Ryan

  • ASOG Profile Presentation: The Airborne Sensor Operators Group Conference is filled with rated and non-rated operator educational and useful information, ASOG offers some of the best conference presentations and networking opportunities across the commercial, public safety, and security rotor-wing aviation sectors presented by experts from our membership and industry.

     3

14:00 - 14:30

George DeCock

  • The Shadow Crewmember & Sensors: Notwithstanding the best sensor hardware, the smartest software and augmented reality algorithms, the ultimate success of any mission rests squarely on the shoulders of one person, the unsung hero, the shadow crewmember: the ISR operator. This presentation pays hommage to the 'human in the loop', and highlights how the ISR industry helps and neglects the person without whom they wouldnt have a job..., and suggests improvements for both sides.

     4

14:30 - 15:00

Sam Barnes

  • Aerial Wildlife Surveying - A Year In the Life of an Aerial Surveyor: Some say it takes a certain breed, a certain mentality, to get in a plane and fly off beyond the horizon day after day. I'd say 'it's worth it'. Discover the extent ultra high resolution imaging is being utilised, see some cool images, and get an insight into how nothing is the same twice... in almost all conditions.

     5

15:00 - 15:30

Héctor Estévez Pomar

  • SAR Airborne Phone Location System (Lifeseeker)

     6

15:30 - 16:00

Peter Schaffer

  • State of the Art in multispectral powerline inspection: We believe in multispectral inspection of powerlines based on helicopter platforms as the most efficient way doing realtime measurements hundreds of miles/day, every day! Our claim is "one flight for all spectral measurements" doing HD/4K Video, HD IR/and HD UV sensor output recording, geo-tagged in automation, supported by High-Res Still capturing of anomalies and software for fast post processing & documentation => Efficiency/highest data quality for the “Long-distance-powerline inspection”

     7

16:00 - 16:30

Peter Myers

  • SAR Airborne Phone Location System (ARTEMIS): Artemis Using any mobile phone as a location beacon, in or out of service of the local network

     8

16:30 - 17:00

Bernhard Eckhardt

  • The Importance of Multi-Mission Data Recorder (ESG)

      9

17:00 - 17:30

Patrick Ryan

  • Concluding remarks


Speakers (5)

Topic 1, 2 and 9 - Patrick Ryan

Topic 1, 2 and 9 - Patrick Ryan

President, Airborne Sensor Operators Group

Topic 3 - George DeCock

Topic 3 - George DeCock

SCARpod & ISR Sensors, Airborne Technologies GmbH

Topic 4 - Sam Barnes

Topic 4 - Sam Barnes

Senior Aerial Surveyor

Topic 6 - Peter Schaffer

Topic 6 - Peter Schaffer

Global Head of Business Development, OFIL Europe/Airborne Sensor Systems

Topic 7 - Peter Myers

Topic 7 - Peter Myers

Director, Smith Myers