San Diego is  "The Global Center of Excellence for Unmanned Systems and Technology"

The San Diego Lindbergh Chapter is dedicated to the advancement  of Unmanned Systems and Technology in the greater Southwest region.  The Chapter enthusiastically engages in initiatives with the public and private sector for the advancement and advocacy of Unmanned Systems, and is a value added resource for the integration and interoperability of space, air, ground, sea and undersea systems.

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Upcoming Chapter Breakfast Event
September 18, 2015

Dealing with Drones during Cal Fire Wildfire Air Operations

John Francois, Aviation Chief

for San Diego Unit of Cal Fire

Chief Francois is a 32 veteran with  Cal Fire coming from a long line of firefighters. As the Aviation Chief for the San Diego Unit of Cal Fire, he is responsible for two S2T Air Tankers, one OV-10 Bronco and two UH-1H helicopters. Chief Francois will provide information and answer questions regarding first hand experiences and issues associated with conducting air operations during wild fires with unauthorized drones in the area.

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM   Registration, Breakfast Buffet, Networking

8:30 AM - 9:00 AM   Guest Speaker - Chief Francois

9:00 PM - 9:30 PM   Networking

 On Line Registration:  $30/person

Walk-in Registration:  $40/person 

Free Parking

Breaking News

Drone Event for Realtors - Oct 27, 2015

AUVSI San Diego is teaming up with Pacific Southwest Association for Realtors (PSAR) to a forum for drone service companies to network with realtors at the PSAR training facility in Chula Vista CA. Details to follow.

AUVSI’s Know Before You Fly Campaign

Know Before You Fly was founded by the three leading organizations with a stake in UAS safety – the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) and the Small UAV Coalition. The Federal Aviation...

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