SAIT digiTALKS Series - "Unmanned and Ready to Go: The Future of Drones in Canada" with Jim Szautner

Wednesday, December 2, 2020 from 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm

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Wednesday, December 2, 2020 from 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm
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SAIT School for Advanced Digital Technology
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Description

Drone technology and unmanned systems are innovations taking the world by storm. Comprised of a vast technological capacity and used across many industries for different types of jobs, it’s quickly becoming an element of digital transformation that's tangible and delivers concrete sections of data that otherwise would have been unavailable.

Learn more about drones and unmanned systems and how they can be used photographically, support data within the energy sector, map out elements to ensure proper building codes are implemented and utilized in search and rescue missions using infrared cameras.

Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at noon to hear all about the future of drones in Canada from SAIT researchers and instructors, Stephanie Hogewoning, Allister Schreiber and Stephanie Lapointe, and the Dean of both SAIT’s School of Transportation and School of Manufacturing and Automation, Jim Szautner.

Take your drone knowledge to new heights – register now!

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SAIT School for Advanced Digital Technology

Phone: 1.877.284.7248 1.877.284.7248

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