INTERPOL DRONE EXPERT SUMMIT

20.06.2022 - 22.06.2022 Oslo, Norway

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What is IDES?

We bring the law enforcement together

IDES is the leading Global Law Enforcement event in 2022. It will bring together the Police, likeminded agencies, academia, industry and Governments, to co-create on issues and activities that impact on public safety and security of the communities for which law enforcement and Governments are charged to protect.

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Hotel & Travel

Remember to book your plane tickets and hotel for Sunday 19/06, as the conference starts early Monday morning 20/06/2022.

Oslo Airport Gardermoen

Oslo Airport Gardermoen is the main airport in Norway. It is situated 1 hour north of Oslo city center.

We recommend that you travel by train to/from Oslo city center. Travel time with the Airport Express is estimated to 20 minutes, and you will arrive in the center of Oslo with walking distance to the partner hotel and venue.

It is also possible to rent a car – estimated travel time by car is 1 hour.

Partner Hotel
Clarion Hotel® The Hub

Our partner and recommended hotel for IDES 2022 is Clarion Hotel® The Hub. If you arrive by train, it is a 2 minute walk from Oslo Central Station to The Hub.

 Use booking code UASN22 will give you a discounted rate for your stay in Oslo.

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Venues

Grønlia Harbour

Grønlia harbour is where our exhibitor area, exercise area and conference hall will be situated.

Food and drinks will be served in the food court on the venue. There will also be toilets available.

Complete map of the venue will be published soon.

Kongshavn School

Kongshavn school is where we will have our educational part of the conference. Check-in will be right outside Kongshavn school.

Here you will find an auditorium, snacks, drinks and toilets.

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Meet The Speakers

Roxana Kennedy

Roxana Kennedy

Chief of Police at Chula Vista Police Department

Under Chief Kennedy’s leadership, Chula Vista Police Department (CVPD) has adopted an innovation initiative focused on using technology to enhance community safety, increase situational awareness and officer safety, and reduce response times. CVPD is proud to be the first and only police department to work under the Federal Aviation Administration’s UAS Integrated Pilot Program “Drone as a First Responder (DFR)” concept which provides real-time data to officers and supervisors allowing officers to make better tactical decisions in the field providing safer outcomes for all parties involved.   Chief Kennedy’s goal is sharing CVPD’s story with law enforcement partners nationally and internationally to help standardize and expand to any agency interested in the benefits. CVPD is also leading another pilot project called Live911. Live911 allows the officers in the field to hear incoming 911 calls and respond before critical calls are processed and dispatched

Gokul Srinivasan

Gokul Srinivasan

Director of Technology at Robot Expert Finland

Gokul Srinivasan is currently leading the efforts towards contributions to EUROCAE WG-115 C-UAS working group. As a subject matter expert, Gokul has worked with several military, police and intelligence agencies in advising them on topics related to UAVs, C-UAS & use of AI for UAS. Keywords: CUAS, UAS, AI, CBRNE, EOD, interoperability, MBSE, autonomous systems, MUM-T.

Brandon Karr

Brandon Karr

Police Officer at Pearland Police Department

Brandon Karr is from Pearland, Texas and is currently the Chief Pilot for the Pearland Police Department. Brandon started his interest in aviation in 2006 where he earned his Commercial and Certified Flight Instructor licenses for manned fixed wing single-engine, multi-engine, and instrument ratings. He used his aviation knowledge and experience to start the Pearland Police Department’s UAS program and since has assisted over 100s of other agencies start or develop their programs across the nation. He has developed Pearland PD’s UAS program to be integrated into patrol, K9, SWAT, crash/crime scene, and developed the US’s first completely BVLOS DFR program. Brandon has developed several courses involving utilizing UAS in public safety including Part 107 Ground School, Basic to Advanced Flight Scenarios, Night Operations, Crime and Crash Scene Mapping, and Legal Concerns for UAS operations. Brandon is also the president of the largest major incident response team in the State of Texas, the Gulf Coast Public Safety Unmanned Response Team

Mike Monnik

Mike Monnik

CEO at DroneSec

Mike has a background in technical cyber physical security operations. He founded DroneSec to monitor, highlight and alert organisations to drone threats.

Heidi Gåskjenn

Heidi Gåskjenn

Vice President Operations at Nordic Unmanned

Heidi has six years of experience as a helicopter pilot, mainly for transportation of personnel offshore on the UK sector. She has also worked as data analysist and desk controller, and recently done a bachelor’s in business and administration. Heidi also has training in the Skeldar V-200 and Camcopter S100, which is the heaviest drone Nordic Unmanned portfolio. She combines her heavy experience in conventional aviation with expertise in unmanned systems in his role as VP Operations – Rotary Long Range and pilot at Nordic Unmanned for now 3,5 year.

Timothy Martin

Timothy Martin

Director of Training, Unmanned Aerial Systems at LA County Regional Training Center

Timothy Martin is currently a Police Captain with 28-years of law enforcement experience and is the UAS Program Manager for the Huntington Beach Police Department in California (USA). Tim has extensive public safety UAS experience in patrol operations, crowd management, special events, 3D mapping, and indoor tactical flying.

As the Director of UAS Training with the Los Angeles County Regional Training Center, Tim leads a professional team of public safety UAS experts in training hundreds of police and fire UAS teams from all over the world in basic to advance UAS skills. Tim has presented at multiple UAS conferences on many aspects of UAS deployments, training, policy, and best practices. He is also an Advisory Board Member for Droneresponders Public Safety Alliance and is the UAS Subject Matter Expert for the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Department of Justice COPS CRI-TAC Program.

Gemma Alcock

Founder and CEO of SkyBound Rescuer

Gemma Alcock, Founder and CEO of SkyBound Rescuer, is a multi-award-winning drone innovator and respected thought-leader in the use of drones for public safety.

Mats Sällström

Mats Sällström

CEO at Everdrone

Mats Sällström has 20 years of experience from managing business, communication and IT projects. Since 2017, he is the CEO of Everdrone.

Romeo Durscher

Romeo Durscher

Vice President, Public Safety at Auterion

Romeo Durscher is the Vice President of Public Safety at Auterion, the premier end-to-end operating systems for commercial drones, based on open-standards, flexibility and choices.

Hannu Lesonen

Founder and CEO of Anarky Labs

CEO and founder of Anarky Labs. Industrial designer, AR / VR / UX specialist. Drone and model airplane pilot and builder.

Marius Wormnaes

Marius Wormnaes

Inspector of Accidents at Norwegian Safety Investigation Authority

Inspector of accidents and drone operator at NSIA
MSc in Risk Management
Aircraft technician and engineer
Holder of a private pilot license (PPL)

Olav Rune Nummedal

Olav Rune Nummedal

Senior Engineer at Norwegian Defence Research Establishment

Olav Nummedal is a senior engineer at FFI (Norwegian Research Defence Establishment), working with UAV development for multi UAV systems. He has a background in electrical engineering and is a former military officer with a broad experience in engineering, military operations, UAV operations, and fixed-wing planes.

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Jenny Lundgaard

Associate Professor at Norwegian Police University College

Lundgaard is an associate professor at the Norwegian Police University College. She does research on the use of technologies for knowledge production in police practices

Isaac Siekierski

Isaac (Serge) Siekierski

Superintendent Drones and C-UAS R&D Officer at the Israel National Police

I am in charge for market research, development and testing of innovative technologies and means related to UAV and C-UAS. I am specialized in multicopter technologies and its payloads. I have also tested and implemented a few C-UAS systems from leading national and International manufacturers in urban areas. Last but not least I have participated to field operations involving use of drones and C-UAS technologies.

I try to keep up with general drone knowledge by attending international summits and conferences but mostly through my network and my colleagues all around the world.

I have gained experience in the field of the use of drones as well as in C-UAS for the last six years of R&D, testing and implementation of technological means. I have learned from the best professional in the market thus building a network of professional relations all over the world. I like share knowledge with many law enforcement organizations around the world.

As many countries, Israel is threatened by terror, riots, social unrest and organized crime. This situation forced us to practice resilience, until we learn, assess and adapt to new threats. We always have been one step behind crime and terror innovation. That is precisely why we must share our common experiences (lessons learned, time invested in research development and testing, and also failures) as a truly valuable distributed knowledge to over-smart crime and terror in its own field of innovation and become “Agile”.

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Jan Otto Johansen

Superintendent at the Norwegian Police Service

Jan Otto Johansen is a Norwegian Police Superintendent with more than 15 years of operational experience from different branches within Law enforcement. As Head of C-UAS at the National Police Bomb Disposal Unit, Mr. Johansen has supported numerous organizations worldwide, sharing his knowledge and experience about police use of drones and drone countermeasures. Being the operational commander Mr. Johansen was responsible for the planning, execution and evaluation of the INTERPOL Drone Incursion Exercise held at Oslo Airport.

Christopher Church

Christopher Church

Senior Forensics Specialist at INTERPOL

Christopher Church is a Senior Mobile Forensics Specialist within the Digital Forensic Laboratory at the INTERPOL Global Cyber Complex for Innovation based in Singapore. Christopher’s role involves supporting law enforcement in 195 member countries in the challenges they face undertaking digital forensics and the threat, tool and evidence thematic in drones and associated technologies.

Chris has been involved in digital forensics for 20 years and has been working in the field of drones for the last five years. He started his digital forensics career at Metropolitan Police in London where he joined the Phone Forensic department. In the 10 years he was based in London he became head of the Smart Device Unit where he formulated the requirements for Smart Device forensics and associated challenges as well as being involved in many high profile case investigations and giving expert testimony in court. His role at INTERPOL is to assist INTERPOL departments and member countries in digital forensics and drones. He has spearheaded publication of the INTERPOL Framework for Responding to a Drone Incident and assisted in planning and delivering the INTERPOL cUAS exercise where this technology was deployed and tested in the detection, tracking and identification of drones. He is also a member of Project Courageous which is a EU Security funded project to create a framework for the selection, testing and assessment of drone countermeasures for law enforcement and he is head of the ENLETS Digital Forensics Technology Interest Group.

Vern Sallee

Vern Sallee

Air Drone Strategist at Axon

Vern Sallee is a 25 year veteran of the Chula Vista Police Department. As a Captain, he led the highly successful Drone as a First Responder program from its inception in 2016 to the successful completion of the FAA UAS Integrated Pilot Program in October 2020. Since retirement, Mr. Sallee joined Axon, a leading global public safety technology company. He serves as a drone strategist to assist agencies world-wide in setting up drone programs as well as helping the Axon team develop world-class drone products and services. He is a UAS Subject Matter Expert and has presented dozens of times at UAS conferences and before US government panels on best practices in deploying UAS in public safety. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Class 270, California Command College, Class 53 and the Los Angeles Police Department Leadership Program. He holds a Master’s Degree in Administrative Studies from Missouri State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from San Diego State University.

Jarmo Puustinen

Jarmo Puustinen

Superintendent at the Police of Finland

Dr. Jarmo Puustinen is currently working for Finnish Ministry of the Interior as Superintendent.
Jarmo started the police career in 1992. He has graduated from the University Police College in 2006 as a senior officer and University of Tampere 2017 as Doctor of Administrative Sciences in Security Management. During the university studies he specialized to the image of police and drifted deeper and deeper into international cooperation of technology innovations. He has several years’ experience from international working groups as ENLETS, ROADPOL and the latest Europol Innovation Lab activities in EUCB as Point of Contact Finland. He is chairing ENLETS Drone and Counter Drone Working Groups, ROADPOL Technology Working Group and providing expert services for Commission of the EU. He has also great experience about peace keeping missions from the UN. He is active with EU financing instruments and participating for instance H2020 i-Lead project management as WP5 chair.

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Eric Matson

Professor and University Faculty Scholar in the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University

Eric Matson, Ph.D., is a Professor and University Faculty Scholar in the Department of Computer and Information Technology at Purdue University, West Lafayette.  He is the Director of the of the Korean Software Square at Purdue and the co-founder of the M2M Lab at Purdue University, which performs research at the intersection of multiagent systems, cooperative robotics and wireless communication.  The application areas are focused on safety/security autonomous systems.  His research has generated high levels of external funding, approximately 190 published, refereed articles, numerous MS and PhD students, and practical, demonstrable results for a number of sponsors. 

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Ryan Bracken

Chief Product Officer at DroneSense, Inc.

Ryan provides strategic vision and manages the product priorities for DroneSense’s integrated platform. Working closely with agencies throughout the U.S. and across the globe on a daily basis, Ryan and his team translate customer input into DroneSense features that are revolutionizing situational awareness. In parallel, Ryan makes sure DroneSense products continue to lead the industry in cybersecurity. Prior to joining DroneSense, Ryan spent nearly twelve years as a FBI Special Agent assigned to Counterterrorism, Cyber, and Aviation operations. Ryan has FAA Commercial/Instrument and Part 107 Remote Pilot certificates and maintains a variety of SANS and (ISC)2 cyber security certifications. Ryan also worked as an Aerospace Engineer for the U.S. Air Force and holds BS and MS degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. When Ryan isn’t sharing his passion for drones with public safety organizations, you can find him riding his bicycle, smoking ribs, or flying an airplane with his wife and two boys.

Kamal Anwar

Kamal Anwar

Crypto/Virtual Assets & UAS/Drone Digital Forensics at United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre

Kamal Anwar has been with the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism/United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNOCT-UNCCT) since 2019 – where he leads programmatic activities on UAS Digital Forensics and on Countering the use of Cryptocurrencies to Finance Terrorism.
 
He has an operational counter-terrorism and security background with deployments in Afghanistan, Yemen, Eastern Africa and as a UAS Pilot in Donbas. His policy background includes roles as Project Manager and Legal Adviser in Austria, Norway, Ukraine and Uganda.
 
He has a Master’s in International Law with a thesis on Humanitarian Intervention in Syria from the University of Bergen, and completed training programmes on Cryptocurrencies and Artificial Intelligence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, London School of Economics and Oxford. He is also a critically acclaimed novelist.
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Adam Lisberg

Corporate Communication Director at DJI

Adam Lisberg is Corporate Communication Director for DJI, the world’s largest maker of personal and professional drones. He leads DJI’s messaging on critical policy and regulatory issues affecting how drones are used around the world, from local and state regulations to global educational efforts. Adam built DJI’s Drone Rescue Map, which tracks hundreds of cases around the world of drones helping save people from danger, and wrote DJI’s Elevating Safety reportdebunking many fears about drones interfering with other aircraft. Adam came to the drone world following a successful career in American newspapers, and was later the communications director for the MTA, New York’s transit agency.

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Rickard Henningsson

Process- and flight operations manager UAS at Swedish Police Authority

Former Naval Officer (ret) and Police officer since 1987 working mainly as helicopter pilot specialized in special operations and development of safe operational procedures. Since 2018 process- and flight operations manager for the implementation of UAS within Swedish Police.
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Gerard Schakelaar

Police Inspector at the Dutch National Police

Gerard Schakelaar is a forensic investigator and Instructor for drones in use by the Dutch National Police. Gerard started his police career in 1996 and is one of the first who started to use a drone for police work in the Netherlands. From the first drone in 2006 until now, Gerard is designated to implement innovations and new techniques for unmanned aerial systems in the field of forensic investigation.

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Michael Hopmeier

President at Unconventional Concepts Inc.

Michael Hopmeier is the President of Unconventional Concepts, Inc. He has been a technical advisor and operational consultant to numerous governmental and international agencies and organizations, including the DARPA Defense Sciences Office, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, United States Surgeon General, the Deputy Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Chemical and Biological Defense, the World Health Organization, and several foreign governments.

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Lars Huybrechts

Seconded National Expert (Counter-Terrorism) at European Commission

Professionally active for 30+ years in the Belgian Police including a couple of deployments with international organisations, providing me with a wide but useful mix of experiences in: police special operations, criminal investigations, counter-terrorism, analysis, threat assessment and security.

International missions with the International Criminal Court, the International Committee of the Red Cross and now seconded to the European Commission, in positions including operations, policy development, security, training, humanitarian work and emergency contexts (Congo DRC & Iraq).

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Sami Hätönen

Superintendent at Police University College, Finland

Sami Hätönen has worked as a police officer for 24 years. He has worked in the local police, the National police board and the Police University College. His areas of expertise are operational management and management support technology. He is responsible for the expertise of operational managers and acts as a nationwide UAS coordinator and head trainer

Jørgen Lunde Ronge

Jørgen Lunde Ronge

Police Superintendent at the Norwegian Police Service

Police Superintendent Jørgen Lunde Ronge is the operational manager for UAS operations within the Norwegian Police Service.

He has built the Norwegian Police UAS program from scratch to its current high performance state.

He has a background from local policing, international police cooperation and project management, as well as a masters degree in police innovation.

James Bingham

James Bingham

Lead Analyst at the UK National Police Counter Drones Unit

James Bingham is the Lead Intelligence Analyst for the UK’s national counter drone unit, covering all aspects of criminal drone use.

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Truls Nygaard Djupvik

Head of Section Transport at the Norwegian Police Shared Services

Head of section Transport in the Norwegian Police Shared Services. Engineer with specialization within product development and production. Worked with police vehicles for 5 years.

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Martin Mathisen

Technical Security Advisor at Tekdir

Martin Mathisen is a technical security advisor for Tekdir. His experience starts in the event industry where he worked as a production manager for multiple large-scale events spanning over 15 years. During this time, he supervised the creation and implementation of the security strategies and worked side by side with law enforcement and other authorities to create safe experiences for audiences. He then moved on to working as a technical security advisor to both public and private clients where he consults on security strategies, operational implementation as well as product, capability, and acquisition development. He is a keynote speaker around the world, always preaching the importance of pairing technology with knowledge, legal framework and sharing best practices.  As the exercise battle captain, Mr. Mathisen oversaw the  operational execution and evaluating the results of the exercise.

 

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John Fredrik Engeland

Professional Service Manager at FotoWare

We will show you how you can securely manage, categorize and share drone videos and pictures internally and with other organizations. FotoWare has a long history with Digital Evidence Management (DEM) solutions for customers within Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Defense. Drone data is used more and more, and we will show how metadata management, workflows and integrations can optimize the use of your valuable data

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James Cox

Assistant Chief Patrol Agent at the U.S. Border Patrol

Assistant Chief Patrol Agent (ACPA) James B. Cox entered on duty with the U.S. Border Patrol in September 1998.  He has served in a variety of operational and leadership roles on both the U.S./Mexico and U.S./Canada borders,  the U.S. Border Patrol Academy and at U.S. Border Patrol Headquarters.  ACPA Cox currently serves as the Director of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) training for U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Unmanned Technologies Operations Center located in Summit Point, WV.

Event Schedule

Below you will find the event schedule for IDES 2022. Note that the schedule is subject to change.

Day 1 / 20.06.2022

06:15 - 07:00

Sightseeing Seaside Oslo

Running tour – Meet outside Clarion Hotel® The Hub

07:45

Bus departs from outside hotel The Hub to Kongshavn College

08:30 - 08:40

Opening of day 1

08:40 - 09:00

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By Roxana Kennedy - Chief of Police at Chula Vista Police Department

09:00 - 09:20

C-UAS: Current status of technologies, policies & standards

By Gokul Srinivasan - Director of Technology at Robot Expert Finland

This session will bring the audience up to speed with the status quo of the C-UAS industry, how threats have evolved, and provide a comprehensive assessment of the status of technology, standards (EUROCAE) and policies. This session will also touch on how C-UAS can be integrated with U-space within the context of “Urban Warfare”. This session intends to provoke the audience to ask questions by the end of it and enable multiple discussions.

09:20 - 09:40

Law Enforcement use of Unmanned Aircraft

By Brandon Karr - Police Officer at Pearland Police Department

This course will describe current best practices and standards generally accepted by LEA in the US. This course will describe basic pilot proficiency, search tactics, mutual aid communication practices, and night operations. 

09:40 - 09:55

The drone as troublesolver and troublemaker

By Jenny Lundgaard - Associate Professor at Norwegian Police University College

Drones work as reassembelers of police practices, providing and constituting both certainty and uncertainty in the decision-making processes in the police

09:55 - 10:10

Defibrillator by drone – a reality for 230,000 Swedish residents

By Mats Sällström - CEO at EverDrone

To convey that life-saving operations by drone, considered as science fiction for many people, is already live in several locations in Sweden.

10:10 - 10:30

Break

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10:30 - 10:45

The use of drones by the U.S. Border Patrol

By James Cox - Assistant Chief Patrol Agent at the U.S. Border Patrol

Develop relationships with others who are embarked on the Small Unmanned Aircraft System (SUAS) journey and share the story of the development, implementation, and sustainment of our program.

10:45 - 11:00

Drones for SAR in the maritime domain

By Heidi Gåskjenn - Vice President Operations at Nordic Unmanned

Drones for SAR in a maritime environment and situational awareness, search and rescue, case studies – Nordic Unmanned participate in more than SAR taskings in 2021 in the English channel and Gibraltar as strait. We would like to share real life experiences; lessons learned and talk about how we see these services develop in the future.

11:00 - 11:15

Indoor and Tactical Drones in Law Enforcement

By Timothy Martin - Director of Training, Unmanned Aerial Systems at LA County Regional Training Center

The use of drones by Law enforcement in the United States has increased dramatically over the past two years as attacks on law enforcement increase. The role of drones in all aspects of public safety have been proven to be critical in keeping our officers safe. 

This presentation will introduce attendees to the current use case scenarios in the United States, where drones frequently are used to support law enforcement. The presentation will focus on tactical and critical incidents in patrol operations, indoor tactical flying, and public unrest monitoring. 

11:15 - 11:30

The Future of Drone SAR

By Gemma Alcock - Founder and CEO of SkyBound Rescuer

Learn about the benefits of data-driven automated SAR drone missions; in particular, the impact on response time, search speed and search accuracy will be covered.

11:30 - 11:45

Multi-Vehicle Support for Increased Situational Awareness

By Romeo Durscher - Vice President, Public Safety at Auterion

Through the open-source & open-standards approach, the development of a true ecosystem allows for UAV and robotics deployments in a much more standardized fashion. In this session attendees will learn what open-source and open-standards means, how a common ground controller can allow for multi-vehicle support (think of one operator, multiple vehicles being deployed at the same time, with one common data workflow).

11:45 - 12:00

Drones + Augmented Reality: New level of situational awareness

By Hannu Lesonen - Founder and CEO of Anarky Labs

Presenting use cases and solutions developed with Finnish law enforcement in helping drone pilots with Augmented Reality Heads-up Display system.

12:00 - 13:30

Lunch

12:00

Bus 1 departs heading to Grønlia

12:30

Bus 2 departs heading to Grønlia

13:30 - 14:00

Indoor Operation / SAR

14:30 - 15:00

Situational awareness

15:00

Dinner available until 16:30

15:30 - 16:00

Drone in box/ Drone as first responder

16:00 - 18:00

Hot Washup - Fjord Cruise in partnership with #Ruter

Day 2 / 21.06.2022

06:00 - 06:45

Sightseeing Downtown Oslo

Running tour – Meet outside Clarion Hotel® The Hub

07:45

Bus departs from outside hotel The Hub to Kongshavn College

08:30 - 08:40

Opening of day 2

08:40 - 09:00

CUAS

By Isaac (Serge) Siekierski - Drones Usage and Countering UAS Expert at Israel National Police

09:00 - 09:20

The UK’s Approach to Understanding Criminal Drone Activity

By James Bingham - Lead Analyst at the UK National Police Counter Drones Unit

How UK policing has developed a national criminal drone use intelligence picture, to produce meaningful insights, uncover new trends and provide tactical opportunities.

09:20 - 09:35

US Federal Bureau of Prisons Test & Evaluation of CUAS Systems, and Looking Beyond the Drone

By Micheal Hopmeier

Provide insight into the test and evaluation process and high level summary of results of the Bureau of Prisons Program, and emphasize the need to consider threats beyond the narrow scope of airborne autonomous/robotic systems (drones)

09:35 - 09:50

How to integrate drone operation into vehicles

By Truls Djupvik - Head of Section Transport in the Norwegian Police Shared Services

The Norwegian Police are implementing drone systems into different types of vehicles. The right integration is an important for supporting operators and equipment.

09:50 - 10:15

Break

10:15 - 10:30

How to build, integrate and scale a drone education program for law enforcement

By Jørgen Lunde Ronge - Police Superintendent at the Norwegian Police Service

10:30 - 10:45

Risk of non-aviators operating in airspace?

By Marius Wormnaes - Inspector of Accidents at Norwegian Safety Investigation Authority

Operators sharing concerns, experiences and suggestions related to integrating their drone operations in relevant existing environments.

10:45 - 11:00

Flight safety in state aviation

By Sami Hätönen - Superintendent at Police University College, Finland

11:00 - 11:15

Flight safety in state aviation: Challenges and opportunities, Swedish Police

By Rickard Henningsson - Process- and flight operations manager UAS at Swedish Police Authority

Discuss and better understand what flight safety within state aviation could mean. Challenges and opportunities.

11:15 - 11:30

From single to multi UAV operations: Possibilities and challenges with autonomy and AI

By Olav Rune Nummedal - Senior Engineer at Norwegian Defence Research Establishment

This session aims to give an introduction to the possibilities and challenges of a multi UAV system and an overview of the autonomy research at FFI

11:30 - 11:45

Building a global drone incident tracking database

By Mike Monnik - CEO at DroneSec

This talk considers the data fusion, intelligence gathering and analysis requirements in order to create an international drone detection sharing network

11:45 - 12:00

Building Comprehensive Situational Awareness

By Ryan Bracken - Chief Product Officer at DroneSense, Inc.

We’ll discuss how drone software platforms enable multi-drone, cross-jurisdictional public safety operations and allow seamless collaboration with other aviation and ground assets

12:00 - 13:30

Lunch

12:00

Bus 1 departs heading to Grønlia

12:30

Bus 2 departs heading to Grønlia

13:30 - 13:50

Integration / Data Management

13:50 - 14:00

Speed session with Aerial Armor in Interpol Accelerate Hall

By Matt Altman

14:02 - 14:12

Speed session with Fortem Technologies in Interpol Accelerate Hall

By Magnus Walmark

14:14 - 14:24

Speed session with Telenor in Interpol Accelerate Hall

By Tor Åsmund Leikvoll

14:30 - 14:50

3D Mapping

14:50 - 15:00

Speed session with Lorenz Technology in Interpol Accelerate Hall

15:02 - 15:12

Speed session with Centum in Interpol Accelerate Hall

By Daniel Gallego Lannerskoog

15:00

Dinner available until 16:30

15:30 - 16:00

LTE

16:00 - 18:00

Hot Washup / Social Event - Hosted by Axon

Day 3 / 22.06.2022

06:00 - 06:45

Sightseeing Uptown Oslo

Running tour – Meet outside Clarion Hotel® The Hub

07:45

Bus departs from outside hotel The Hub to Kongshavn College

08:30 - 08:40

Opening of day 3

08:40 - 09:45

CUAS report

By Christopher Church, Jan Otto Johansen, Martin Mathisen

INTERPOL and Norwegian Police will present an overview of the INTERPOL cUAS exercise that was held last September at Oslo International Airport. At this test twenty drone countermeasures were tested and evaluated against drone incursions. Each system was evaluated against a scoring criteria and the results will be officially published during this session with an overview of the tests and the results.

09:45 - 10:05

Break

10:05 - 10:20

The European Commission’s counter-drone program

By Lars Huybrechts - Seconded National Expert (Counter-Terrorism) at European Commission

To familiarize the audience on the Commission’s (DG HOME) counter-UAS work at present as it is covering a wide number of activities primarily aimed at enhancing EU Member States’ capabilities in this area.

10:20 - 10:35

Use of drones in the Dutch National Police

By Gerard Schakelaar - Police Inspector at the Dutch National Police

10:35 - 10:50

What next? Building the future of police drone systems

By Adam Lisberg - Corporate Communication Director at DJI

DJI products are the foundation of countless police drone programs, and we want to help more agencies extend their operations by meeting the next generation of law enforcement needs. From new capabilities to new equipment, DJI is innovating solutions based on customer feedback and evolving expectations. Hear what we’ve done to accelerate the growth of public safety drone operations, and to create the latest tools for protecting the public and saving lives.

10:50 - 11:05

Drone as a First Responder 2.0 – Connected Response

By Vern Sallee - Air Drone Strategist at Axon

Participants will learn the history of the concept of Drone as a First Responder, its successes to date and the next iteration; connected response. Participants will learn the history of the concept of Drone as a First Responder, its successes to date and the next iteration; connected response. DFR 2.0 will take it to the next level by integrating not only drones, but a variety of sensors and connected devices, which can easily be viewed and shared by a variety of personnel in real-time. The sharing of real-time situational awareness, enhanced by Artificial Intelligence and data management improves initial response as well as rescue, operational and recovery phases of incidents.

11:05 - 12:00

Panel discussion CUAS report

12:00 - 13:20

Lunch

13:20 - 13:30

Dessert

13:30 - 13:45

Counter-Terrorism and UAS Digital Forensics

By Kamal Anwar - Crypto/Virtual Assets & UAS/Drone Digital Forensics at United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre

The goal of the session is to raise awareness on the role of UAS Digital Forensics in Countering Terrorism and what the United Nations is doing in this area.

13:45 - 14:00

Global drone overview

By Jarmo Puustinen - Superintendent at the Police of Finland

14:00 - 14:15

Global drone overview

By Christopher Church - Senior Forensics Specialist at INTERPOL

INTERPOL has been working in drones since 2017 and in this presentation they will give a brief on the results of their work and the next steps. INTERPOL is working with its member countries to explore drones and associated technological landscape to identify key areas of interest in this space for law enforcement. This session will also allow participants to share their thoughts and ideas on how INTERPOL can assist them in addressing the challenges that they face in the drone space and identify potential activities for the future.

14:15 - 14:30

How to effectively manage and securely share you Drone data

By John Fredrik Engeland - Professional Service Manager at FotoWare

We will show you how you can securely manage, categorize and share drone videos and pictures internally and with other organizations.
FotoWare has a long history with Digital Evidence Management (DEM) solutions for customers within Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Defense.
Drone data is used more and more, and we will show how metadata management, workflows and integrations can optimize the use of your valuable data.

14:30 - 15:00

Lessons learned / future of drone police use

By Anita Hazenberg, Roxana Kennedy, Eric Matson

15:00 - 15:15

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