FEMA Region IV and the Alabama UAS Working Group Collaboration
The goal of the FEMA Region IV UAS Working Groups is to help establish a collaborative environment where local, state, federal and private sector UAS partners can share best practices, participate in state and regional UAS exercises and establish working relationships during
that can be leveraged during times of disaster via Memorandums Of Understanding, Mutual Aid agreements
Our expectation is that these FEMA Region IV UAS Working Groups will serve as models that can be replicated across the nation. Examples of how emerging technology can be organized and utilized for
Below, is a list of FEMA courses helpful for any UAS operator who would like to participate in emergency operations at the local, state, and federal government levels. The link below will take you to these IS courses available online.
Occasionally, the AWR-345 course is offered to state and local governments and their partners. Check back to see when courses are being made available.FEMA TRAINING
The meeting was a great success and
UAS Working Group Meeting held
Thursday, January 19th from 2-3 p.m.
Meeting notice for the next UAS working group. GEOHuntsville Board Member, David Lucas from Bradley Law Firm has graciously offered their space for this meeting.
Call in number for this meeting for those of you unable to attend in person: (716) 293-9191 Access Code: 92698
See the Slides from Meeting
Come Discover What the Huntsville UAS Community Is Up To!
GEOHuntsville Working groups provide a collaborative forum between users and technologists to develop ideas, pilot projects, proposals
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