UAS and Remote Sensing Operations at the Surfside Tower Collapse
The Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue (CRASAR) was established in 2001 to foster unmanned systems being effectively used by formal emergency management agencies through voluntary national and international activities that deploy, promote, train, document, analyze, and disseminate scientific knowledge, making it the oldest institution dedicated to unmanned systems technology for public safety. Whatever the event, a lost person, wildfire, damage assessment, special event, flooding, or building collapse, learn how best to capture and process drone imagery. Learn from firsthand experience best practices on collecting images data using drones, then processing them into tile services using Esri cloud based software, or offline image processing software, to deliver image services for operations, recovery, and event coordination. See how once the imagery is processed, how ArcGIS enables collaboration via image services that can be shared with other responding agencies. The speakers will also dive into deep learning models that are available in the Living Atlas that can process the imagery for many uses.