The Rise of the Industrial Drone

The IEEE Ottawa CS Chapter, IEEE Ottawa ComSoc/CESoc/BTS Joint Chapter, IEEE Ottawa TMC, PCS, and SSIT Joint Chapter, and IEEE Ottawa AICN are inviting all interested IEEE members and other engineers, technologists, and students to another Lunch and Learn in the heart of the Kanata Tech Hub.

SEMINAR: The Rise of the Industrial Drone
SPEAKER: Ian Glenn (CEO/CTO, ING Robotic Aviation Inc.)

DATE: June 6th, 2017
TIME: Refreshments, Lunch, and Networking: 11:00 a.m.; Seminar: 11:00 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.
PLACE: The Marshes Golf Club, 320 Terry Fox Drive, Kanata
PARKING: Free parking available.
ADMISSION: Open to all, free of charge. Registration is required.
EVENT SITE: http://ewh.ieee.org/r7/ottawa/lunchandlearn/
EVENT REGISTRATION: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ieee-ottawa-lunch-and-learn-presents-the-rise-of-the-industrial-drone-by-ian-glenn-ceocto-ing-tickets-35303454583

SPEAKER BIO
Ian has led the creation of Canada’s most dynamic growth sector – unmanned aviation. His leadership in the field started over two decades ago, driving the creation of national drone standards with Transport Canada to enable the creation of the industry. Along the way he launched UVS Canada, the organization that grew into Unmanned Systems Canada which is Canada’s national sector organization. As the Chief Executive and Chief Technology Officer of his company, ING Robotic Aviation, over the past 15 years he has developed and integrated UAV systems and provided services across the globe in harsh conditions including war zones. ING Robotic Aviation often has undertaken technically difficult projects that moved the regulatory yardstick forward by demonstrating safe, robust, and validated results that served to expand the operational envelope for all the civil and commercial sector. ING has also been highly and consistently visible as a sponsor of student activities. As a pioneer of industrial drones, he has created new markets and capabilities introducing UAVs to the resource, agriculture, forestry, utility, film, construction, and defence and public safety sectors. Ian is a true pioneer in a technology and aviation emergence that will happen only once in our professional lifetime. He has grasped this evolution, and expended considerable energy in guiding it for the benefit of all Canada.

TALK ABSTRACT
This talk will focus on the transformative impact of drones on mapping and charting, as well as, for inspection and monitoring tasks. Modern industrial drones provide the ability to provide highly accurate mosaics, point clouds, DEMs, and DSMs of areas of interest in the single digit centimetre resolution range. These bundled solutions accomplish so much more than traditional methods – cost effectively and safety. ING Robotic Aviation is focused on data-driven robotic aviation delivered in harsh conditions globally. The company has flown drones the equivalent of 81 times around the planet since 2008. Ian will highlight with real world examples the possibilities that these disruptive technologies now offer. From wildlife to wind turbines, industrial drones are transforming many sectors.

THANK YOU TO OUR PATRONS for making this event possible
March Networks (https://www.marchnetworks.com/)
Kanata North BIA (https://www.kanatanorthbia.ca/)
Invest Ottawa (https://www.investottawa.ca/)
you.i tv (http://www.youi.tv/)
Smart & Biggar (http://www.smart-biggar.ca/en/index.cfm)
Carleton University, Faculty of Engineering and Design (http://carleton.ca/engineering-design/)
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Engineering (http://engineering.uottawa.ca/)
The Marshes Golf Club (http://www.marshesgolfclub.com/index.php)

Regards,
Eric Karmouch, Ph.D., SMIEEE
Chair, IEEE Ottawa Computer Society (http://sites.ieee.org/ottawa-cs/)
Chair, IEEE Ottawa Lunch and Learn (http://ewh.ieee.org/r7/ottawa/lunchandlearn/)

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