The UAF Geophysical Institute presents the 2019 Science for Alaska Lecture Series.
Come to the Raven Landing Center at 1222 Cowles Street on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. to learn about exciting science from Alaska's future climate, wildfire regimes, unmanned aircraft and astronomy .
This week, on February 26: Cathy Cahill - Flying Towards the Future: Unmanned Aircraft in Alaska
Unmanned aircraft, a.k.a. drones, have the potential to positively impact the everyday lives of Alaskans through delivering life saving medical supplies, carrying cargo to remote communities, conducting search and rescue, assisting first responders, and a wide variety of other missions. This presentation will discuss the recent advances in unmanned aircraft technologies and regulations that are paving the way towards routinely conducting these services.
For more information visit http://www.gi.alaska.edu/science-alaska-lecture-series or our Facebook page @UAF.GI.
Talks are free and for the public. All ages are encouraged to attend.--
Flying Towards the Future: Unmanned Aircraft in Alaska (Science for Alaska Lecture Series)