Echodyne and AUVSI to Host Webinar on Sensor Technologies That Create 3D Situational Awareness
Echodyne, the manufacturer of innovative, high-performance radars for government and commercial markets, announced today that it will be hosting a webinar in collaboration with the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI (News - Alert)) on October 16th at 3pm ET.
The webinar, titled "Airspace Friend or Foe? Ensuring Safety for and from UAS" will explore all aspects of airspace situational awareness. Attendees will learn about the sensor technologies that create robust 3D situational awareness to ensure UAS mission safety and enable robust Counter-UAS deployments. Speakers will be Tom Driscoll, Co-founder and CTO of Echodyne, and Leo McCloskey, VP Marketing for Echodyne.
Topics to be covered in the webinar include: UAV types, operator types sensor technologies and performance attributes, as well as external data sets for detecting and tracking cooperative and non-cooperative aircraft.
"With the increasing frequency of bad actors using UAVs to breach security protocols, this webinar is a must-attend for security professionals responsible for creating 3D situational awareness solutions," said Driscoll.
To learn more and to register for the webinar, visit www.auvsi.org/events/auvsi-webinars.
Echodyne introduces the world's first compact, software-defined, solid-state, true electronically scanned array (ESA) radar sensor. Ideally suited for machine perception in an autonomous age, Echodyne offers high-performance commercially priced radars to governments, industries, and integrators engineering solutions for border security, critical infrastructure protection, first responders, unmanned aircraft systems, and autonomous vehicles. Privately held, the company is based in Kirkland, Washington, and is backed by Bill Gates (News - Alert), NEA, Madrona Venture Group, Vulcan Capital, and Lux Capital among others. For more information, please visit: Echodyne.com
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