This webinar will cover the Dock integration and deployment in real-case scenarios, including:
Felix Williams IV
Pearland PD - Sergeant - Patrol & DRF Operations
Sgt. Williams has been with the Pearland Police Department for over 7 years and has been a patrol supervisor for 2 and a half years. He was recently appointed as the DFR supervisor as Pearland has received a BVLOS waiver, which allows them to remotely send drones to calls for service without the need for a visual observer.
Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities - Avalanche and Geohazard Specialist
Avid backcountry skier and avalanche educator Pat Dryer joined the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities in 2016 as an avalanche specialist. With a M.Sc. in geospatial sciences, his background and expertise is being used to address and resolve challenges using UAS’s which will significantly contribute to DOT&PF's operational efficiency. Pat is using innovative technologies to solve complex remote emergency response operations, drive informed decision-making and promote safety amongst DOT&PF’s operations.
DJI - Head of Solution Engineering, North America
Grant leads the North American solutions engineering team at DJI, helping enterprise users deploy drones successfully. He graduated from Indiana State University with a degree in Unmanned Systems while also earning his private pilot's license and Part 107 remote pilot certification. Previously, Grant worked in the utility industry where he trained new pilots, conducted UAS operations inspecting critical infrastructure, and developed custom object detection models using AI to improve post-processing of UAS photos. Grant is motivated by seeing the positive results of drone operations across industries, whether it's saving lives, delivering blood, or helping restore power. He is passionate about showing organizations how drones can improve efficiency, productivity and safety.