The 2016 Oklahoma Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Summit is the sixth annual statewide summit led by the Unmanned Systems Alliance of Oklahoma (USA-OK). The purpose of the Summit is to support and energize the emerging unmanned systems industry in Oklahoma with a primary focus on unmanned aerial systems and the emerging commercial applications and capabilities in weather measurement and forecasting. The recurring summit brings together academia, industry and other stakeholders to share industry insight and opportunities for collaboration.
The 2016 Oklahoma UAS Summit will focus on the important emerging areas of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) applications in meteorology, including severe weather research, atmospheric physics, climate sciences, and impacts of UAS on other weather-related sciences including agriculture, energy, and natural disasters including wildfires and flooding.
The 2016 Summit will also address the latest policy, regulatory and legal updates for the industry, including presentations on topics such as the forthcoming Small UAS Part 107 FAA Rules and other related issues that impact the entire UAS industry.
Normal registration (if purchased after July 22) will be $50 per person. Registration includes dinner and access to the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History from 6pm- 10pm on August 8, 2016.
Normal registration (if purchased after July 22) will be $165 per person. Registration includes lunch, snacks, and access to the August 9th summit presentations.
Due to venue limitations, total registrations will be limited to 200 people. When we reach 200, we will stop registrations. Note that for our 2013 Summit in Norman, we reached maximum capacity several days before the event and had to stop registrations early.
If you plan to attend both the August 8th dinner and August 9th summit, you must register for both events.
For more information, contact USA-OK at email@example.com