Chad Dennis – Drones at Middle Georgia State!

Hello, Drone Law NationLogo 600 x 600! Today we talk with Chad Dennis. Chad the UAS Program Director at Middle Georgia State University. He is currently developing a UAS Operator Certificate program within the school’s Aviation Science & Management Program. From 2010 to 2013, he served as Assistant Director of the MGSU Institute of Applied Aerospace Research.  Chad has served as the Georgia UAS Program Coordinator for the Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace, helping to connect companies, universities, public agencies, and DoD to resources to develop and advance their aerospace goals.  Since 2010, Chad has served as Chairman of the Georgia UAS Working Group. He is also Vice-President of the newly formed AUVSI Coastal Plains Chapter, based in Tifton, Georgia.

We cover a lot of ground in this conversation. Listen in to hear how the drone industry must adjust to meet the needs of customers, now and in the future. You can contact Chad directly at chad.dennis@mga.edu.

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Links:

Atlanta AUVSI Website

Tifton, Georgia Precision Agriculture Conference Registration – February 2016!

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Keep on flying,

Steve

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