CASANZ19: Drones and Air Quality Training Workshop - 16 September, 2019

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. For details, visit CASANZ19. CASANZ-LinkedIn

START:
September 16, 2018
DURATION:
11.00am - 2.00pm

Address

The Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown   View map

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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.

The workshop includes a light lunch.

Speakers

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.
Please contact Jacinda Shen – jacinda@casanz.org.au to register your interest in presenting at this workshop.

Sponsorship

CASANZ welcomes sponsorship for this event. Contact Jacinda Shen – Training Manager for more details.

For more information, visit the conference website.