Perth, Australia, August 13, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- As the commercial industries of the world move forward in enabling remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS or drones), consideration must be given to some of the ageing risk management systems considered adequate and familiar. RPAS applications are being utilised at an exponential rate across industry from large scale pipeline survey operations in the Middle East, inspections of copper mines in Canada and Australia and tasks on offshore rigs in many of the oceans around the world.
Taking advantage of this highly desirable technology, the eyes of the experts focus on integration of RPAS not only into our civil airspace, but also into our commercial space. Just as the challenges of airspace integration have the aviation experts occupied, the corporate world is now realising the challenges associated with due diligence, privacy and corporate responsibility when enabling RPAS.
Join SGS in Perth, Western Australia on 1 September 2015, for the first symposium on a new generation of risk management, the challenges of safely integrating Remotely Piloted Aircraft RPAS into Civil Airspace, and into your commercial operation.
Tony Hall - COO SGS South East Asia Pacific
David Jordan - Global Head of Aviation, SGS Hart Aviation
John Thynne - Manager of Safety Systems - CASA
Tracy Lamb - Global RPAS Safety Manager, SGS Hart Aviation
Roawn Kimber - Park Lawyers
Simon Hooper - QBE
Paul Dewar - CASA Standards Sub Committee
Greg Tyrell - Executive Director, AAUS
Dario Valenza - CEO, CARBONIX
Luke Aspinell - Heliwest Group
Kevan Reeve - Rio Tinto
Tim Collins - Aviation Manager, INPEX
The changing face of aviation, safety and risk.
Safe integration of RPAS into the civil airspace, challenges and questions of regulating.
The legal standpoint - a practical mindset
RPAS and a new industrial revolution
New horizons, new opportunities, the future
Date: 1 September 2015
Time: 2pm to 5pm (Networking drinks & canapés 5pm - 6:30pm)
Venue: Crown Perth, Burswood, Western Australia
Symposium and networking event is free of charge however all eligible attendees must register their details by no later than 21st August.
Eligible attendees include; registered RPAS organisations, Contract registered RPAS operators, be directly involved in the Resource, Agricultural, utilities or media sector and Management personnel of emergency services and government agencies.