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Drones provides a unique tool for air quality investigation, allowing measurements and visualisation in three dimensions. This workshop will be a forum for case studies and discussion in the field of drone led air quality applications. Dr Brendan Halliburton, Senior Research Scientist at CSIRO, will provide the keynote presentation on his innovative work investigating methane and Coal Seam Gas Wells, nitrogen dioxide emissions from blasting and the challenges and opportunities for direct and indirect drone monitoring techniques. Join us at The Rydges, Queenstown to hear about this new field which is expanding our understanding of the air environment.
15 September 2019, 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
The workshop includes afternoon tea.
The Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown, NZ
We welcome speaker contributions in the form of 15 minute or 30 minute presentations. Presentations should focus on the application of drones for air quality investigation. Case studies and topics which facilitate discussion will be highly regarded. Speakers are eligible for a 10% discount on the workshop registration fee in recognition of your contribution to this event.
Please contact Jacinda Shen to register your interest in presenting at this workshop.
The preliminary workshop program is available here.
CASANZ is seeking an event sponsor to provide a drone demonstration immediately prior to the workshop. We are looking for a fun and engaging demonstration to kick off the workshop proceedings. Traditional sponsorship options are also available. Please contact Jacinda Shen to discuss.
Fees and Discounts
The workshop is NZ$240 or NZ$210 for FULL delegates of the CASANZ19 conference. Workshop speakers are eligible for a 10% discount off the applicable workshop registration fee.
Registration is via the CASANZ19 Conference Page.