"Eyes Overhead" ™ Drone Training - PUBLIC SAFETY ONLY - 2 Day Intensive Course Jan 17-18th
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"Eyes Overhead" ™ Drone Training - PUBLIC SAFETY ONLY - 2 Day Intensive Course Jan 17-18th

"Eyes Overhead" ™ Drone Training - PUBLIC SAFETY ONLY - 2 Day Intensive Cou...

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Wimberley

111 Green Acres Dr

Wimberley, TX 78676

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Course Overview: Drone Pilot LLC has created an intense two day course to assist Public Safety agencies looking to build a professional Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Program for their jurisdictions. This course will give administrators the tools needed from selecting flight team members to public safety fight team operations from experienced instructors that have conducted SUAS missions across the globe.
Recommended Prerequisites: FEMA NIMS
Day ONE Sessions (Building a Standard for Public Safety SUAS
Operations)

PART 1 – Part 107 and COA’s – To fly legally
Learning Objectives 

• Student will be familiar the three categories of SUAS flight authority.
• Student will be familiar with local and state SUAS laws.
• Student will be familiar with TFR and NO FLY ZONES.
• Student will be familiar FAA COA’s
• Student will have a basic knowledge of FAA Ground School for SUAS operations.
• Student will have a basic knowledge of FAA PART 107.
• Student will be familiar with FAA Drone Registration. 



PART 2 – Practical Application – When to fly
• Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with selection of professional flight teams.
Student will be familiar many SUAS mission types including counter drone operations.
• Student will be familiar public safety SUAS dispatching protocols.
• Student will have knowledge of SUAS operations environment.
• Student will be familiar SUAS crew management and resources.
• Student will be familiar with weather affects on SUAS deployment.


PART 3 – Equipment Selection – What to fly
Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with the criteria for selecting SUAS and payloads for data collection.
• Student will learn how geography plays into selecting SUAS and payloads for missions.
• Student will be familiar with the dangers, hazards, and liabilities associated with selecting SUAS and payloads for missions.
• Student will be familiar the may SUAS available.
• Student will be familiar with SUAS mission support equipment for small and large footprints.
• Student will be familiar with hazards of LIPO batteries.
• Student will be familiar with SUAS maintenance and documentation.
• Student will be familiar with FCC licensing for video transmission equipment.


PART 4 – Best Practices – How to fly
Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with the importance of proficiency skills for SUAS flight teams.
• Student will be familiar with pre-mission planning verses exigent circumstances/emergency deployments.
• Student will be familiar with site-success probability assessments.
Student will be familiar with the SUAS flight teams roles and responsibilities.
• Student will be familiar with the SUAS redundancy and fail safe procedures.
• Flight Team Skill Set Proficiency
• Per-mission Planning verses exigent circumstance/emergency deployments BUELL
• Site-Success Probability Assessment
• Flight Team Roles and Responsibilities
• Redundancy/Fail Safe Procedures


DAY 2


PART 5 – Best Practices Continued
Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with SUAS for disaster response - how to fit into NIMS.
• Student will be familiar with SUAS operation procedures aiding to mission success.
• Student will be familiar with SUAS action plan/pre/during/post flight data processing and distribution.
• Student will be familiar with conducting hot wash/debriefing for internal-external lessons learned.
• Student will be familiar with SUAS operations flight team accountability documentation.


PART 6 - Building a successful public safety robotics team
Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with building a successful public safety robotics team.
• Student will be familiar with lessons learned from failed and operational SUAS programs.
• Student will be familiar with Drone Pilot’s Eyes Overhead proficiency certification testing.
Student will be familiar with Drone Pilot’s Eyes Overhead flight team testing patterns.


PART 7 - Public Safety SUAS Scenario – SAR demonstration
Learning Objectives
• Student will be familiar with setting up safe SUAS flight line.
• Student will be familiar with setting up SUAS mission support equipment.
• Student will observe Drone Pilot flight team demonstrate a mock Search and Rescue mission.
• Student will be issued a certification of course completion.
• Student will be familiar with the registration process for Drone
Pilot’s Eyes Overhead Proficiency Training and Certification Course.
Course Take Away USB SNAP Drive:
• Drone Pilot Eyes Overhead© 30,000 FOOT Program Administrator Slides Part 1-7
• (First To Deploy) E-Book Author Gene Robinson
• Public Safety WHITE PAPERS
1. Memorial Day Floods
2. Plano Texas Search
3. Liberty Missile Search
4. Obstacles To UAS Insertion in Disasters
5. UAS in Crime Scene Re-creation
• FAA Documents
• Public Safety Sensitive Documents
• SUAS Insurance Documents
• Public Safety Media (videos and stills)
• Flight Team Operations Documents
• Drone Pilot Trifold Brochures

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