The Adorama Drone Demo and Public Safety Training Day will take place in Madison, Alabama, on Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April 5. This free two-day event will give public safety personnel a deep dive into starting a drone program, getting funding, tactical operations, thermal payloads, and more.
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In addition, the event presents a unique opportunity for attendees to see drones from multiple vendors all in one place and experience the entire drone ecosystem. The event provides access to renowned public safety experts – as well as Adorama’s own Director of Technical Specialists James Bushey.
“We’re excited to come back to Madison, Alabama for our second annual drone demo day in partnership with the Madison PD. We’ve expanded the event to two days, bringing together public safety UAS thought leaders as well as representatives from manufacturers like DJI, Autel, BRINC, Parrot, Yuneec, senseFly, Pix4D and more, showing public safety agencies all that UAS has to offer,” says Adorama’s CJ Smith. “From our experience there’s no better way to showcase the power of these enterprise systems than hands-on demonstrations highlighting use cases, and allowing public safety attendees to get their questions answered from public safety specialists who have used these systems in the field.”
Adorama Drone Demo and Training for Public Safety – Eventbrite Link
WHAT: FREE Drone Demo Training for Public Safety
WHO: Hosted by Adorama Drones, Madison Police Department, and Huntsville Police Department
WHEN: Monday, April 4 – Tuesday, April 5 from 9am – 5PM
WHERE: Insanity Complex in Madison, Alabama
WHY: To provide education to public safety officials from leaders in the space along with Adorama in-house specialists on how to start drone programs, how to get funding, answer important questions surrounding training, insurance, FAA regulations, and more.
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