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Unmanned and Autonomous Systems are the future of the industry. Why? Drones significantly improve your effectiveness while keeping you out of harm’s way. Departments all around the world see the benefits already. If you want to start or grow your personal or department’s capability, be sure to join us in November. CLEET-accredited training. Learn from the industry’s top professionals. Attend hands-on demonstrations. Develop your support network. All in a single location where you can fly right next door to the conference hall!


Attend

  • Presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Industry Panels
  • Networking Events

Meet

  • Industry Leaders
  • Leading Industry Vendors
  • FAA Experts
  • Experienced Colleagues
  • M210 hovering over Tulsa Fire Department truck
  • M210 hovering over EMSA truck
  • M210 hovering over multi-agency scene

Benefits

  • Great value for money
  • Actionable knowledge
  • Information for all levels
  • Multi-agency training environment
  • Great peer networking opportunity
  • Challenge coin exchange

We aim to provide an event where attendees can bring home valuable knowledge and make important peer connections. We respect that budgets are tight and are committed to providing a cost-effective training event.

Convince Your Boss Letter

  • Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics logo

    The integration of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) has significantly increased the safety of law enforcement personnel and the efficiency in which investigations are completed. Conferences such as this promote networking and idea-sharing between industry leaders and real-world sUAS operators.

    Matt Varney, Agent In Charge/sUAS Program Manager, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics
  • Tulsa Fire Department logo

    Automated systems help us save lives by increasing operational efficiency in day-to-day rescue operations. A conference like this, here in the heartland, presents a great opportunity to collaborate with other safety officials to deploy even more efficiently.

    Gabriel Graveline, Firefighter & Paramedic / Oklahoma Task Force 1 Robotics Team Leader, Tulsa Fire Department
  • Osage Nation PD logo

    Public safety uses for drone technology continue to grow. I am learning about them as I start a drone program for my department. This conference will provide valuable information to help me build and operate an effective sUAS program. I also look forward to the networking opportunities and the chance to meet and collaborate with more experienced operators.

    Mason Goode, Police Officer/UAS Program Coordinator, Osage Nation Police Department

Conference Schedule

TimeFLIR TrainingPIX4D Training
7-8AMCheck-In/Registration
8-9:45 AMFLIR THERMOGRAPHY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
BY INFRARED TRAINING CENTER
PIX4D FOR FIRE & RESCUE
BY AERIAL METRICS
9:45AM-10AMCoffee Break
10-12PMFLIR THERMOGRAPHY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
BY INFRARED TRAINING CENTER
PIX4D FOR FIRE & RESCUE
BY AERIAL METRICS
12-1PMLunch
1-2:45PMFLIR THERMOGRAPHY FOR FIRE & RESCUE
BY INFRARED TRAINING CENTER
PIX4D FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
BY AERIAL METRICS
2:45-3PMCoffee Break
3-5PMFLIR THERMOGRAPHY FOR FIRE & RESCUE
BY INFRARED TRAINING CENTER
PIX4D FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
BY AERIAL METRICS
6-9PMWelcome Reception, Osage Casino & Hotel
TimeTopicPresenterLocation
07:00-08:00Registration / BreakfastOsage Hotel & Casino
08:00-08:15Welcome/IntroductionsSkyline Event Center
08:15-08:50Keynote: Adapt, Adopt, AvailAaron Crawford, the Insider AgencySkyline Event Center
08:50-09:00Coffee & Networking Break
09:00-09:50Intro to UAS in Public SafetyTony Hallet, Unmanned ResponseSkyline Event Center
09:50-10:00Coffee & Networking Break
10:00-10:50Intro to Becoming a Drone OperatorTBC, FEMASkyline Event Center
10:50-11:00Coffee & Networking Break
11:00-11:50Augmenting ICS: Coordinating a Multijurisdictional ResponseJackie Smithson, Broken Arrow PDSkyline Event Center
11:50-13:30Lunch & Networking Break / Demo Announcements
13:30-13:50Practical DemonstrationDr. Robin Murphy, CRASARApron area (Hangar if inclement weather)
13:50-14:00Coffee & Networking Break
14:00-14:50TBCDr. Robin Murphy, CRASARSkyline Event Center
14:50-15:00Coffee & Networking Break
15:00-15:50UAS Indoor Tactical Deployment & Platform SelectionTim Martin, LACRTCSkyline Event Center
15:50-16:00Coffee & Networking Break
16:00-16:50UAS Emergency COAMichael Sheldon, FAASkyline Event Center
18:00-21:00Networking EventOsage Casino & Hotel Ballroom
TimeTopicPresenterLocation
07:00-08:00Registration / BreakfastOsage Hotel & Casino
08:00-08:30Day One RecapConference HostSkyline Event Center
08:30-09:50Legal and Policy issues involving Counter-UAS technologyJoe Mazel, FBISkyline Event Center
09:50-10:00Coffee & Networking Break
10:00-10:50Taylorville Tornado ResponseChad Sperry, WIU GIS CenterSkyline Event Center
10:50-11:00Coffee & Networking Break
11:00-11:50Georgia’s UAS Response during Hurricane MichaelJason Ritter & Donald Strength, GEMASkyline Event Center
11:50-13:30Lunch & Networking Break / Demo Announcements
13:30-14:20A Deeper DiveMatt Varney, OBNSkyline Event Center
14:20-14:30Coffee & Networking Break
14:30-15:20TBCBrandon-Dean Morris, SERTCSkyline Event Center
15:20-15:30Coffee & Networking Break
15:30-16:30TBCMichael O’Shea, FAASkyline Event Center
16:30-16:50Closing Remarks and AwardsConference HostSkyline Event Center

CLEET Accreditation

For Law Enforcement Officers licensed in the state of Oklahoma, this conference will be accredited by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training for up to 24 hours of mandatory Continuing Education Credit.

Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that ‘accreditation’ indicates, or in any way conveys ‘CLEET approval’ of such concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET.

Attendees from other states may seek reciprocal accreditation through their respective state’s training accreditation authority.

Who Should Attend?

Thermographic view of a crime scene from a drone
The conference is closed to the general public. Registration is accepted from:

  • Federal, state, local, and tribal agencies
  • Municipal, rural, and wildland fire departments
  • Emergency medical professionals
  • Disaster response & emergency management
  • Academic and industry experts

Conference Pricing

Cost-effective training for all emergency responders under one price. Choose a day pass or a full conference pass below.

Day Pass

$99WEDNESDAY ONLY


  • 1-day full access
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Access to demos
  • Up to 8 CLEET hours
  • Certificate of Attendance

Day Pass

$99THURSDAY ONLY


  • 1-day full access
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Access to demos
  • Up to 8 CLEET hours
  • Certificate of Attendance

Early-bird Pass

$149*3-DAY PASS


  • 3-day full access
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Access to demos
  • Up to 24 CLEET hours
  • Certificate of Attendance

Full Pass

$1983-DAY PASS


  • 3-day full access
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Access to demos
  • Up to 24 CLEET hours
  • Certificate of Attendance

* Early-bird pricing ends at midnight CST, September 14, 2019

Speakers

The Insider Agency
Jackie Smithson
Tony Hallet
Robin Murphy
Matt Varney
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Joe Mazel
Jason Ritter
Don Strength
Tim Martin
Chad Sperry
Michael O'Shea
David Lee

Conference Sponsors

Tulsa Community College logo
Seal of the Osage Nation
Respondair logo
ArdentMC logo
Tulsa Regional Chamber Logo
Osage Hotel and Casinos
Skyway36 logo
Osage Nation PD logo

Sponsor Our Event

Contact Us



Location

1211 West 36th Street North
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127
United States

+1 918 287 9701

The 2019 Public Safety Drone Conference will be hosted at Skyway 36 DronePort, located 3 miles north of downtown Tulsa. Mention Skyway36 for conference rates at the adjacent Osage Hotel & Casino. Early booking advised.