PAvCon Europe
Police Aviation Conference Europe
PAvCon Europe - The Networking Continues’
   Austria / Belgium / Germany / Netherlands / Slovenia / Spain / UK
PAvCon Europe 7, Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
Thank You To The Main Sponsors Of PAvCon Europe 2018
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Airborne Sensor Operators Group (ASOG)
The Airborne Sensor Operators Group (ASOG) is a proud supporter of PAN/PAvCon Europe. The Airborne Sensor Operators Group is a first of its kind global professional aircrew network that was established in 2017 to fill a professional void regarding those aircrew individuals (e.g. Tactical Flight Officer, Tactical Coordinator etc.) who operate remote-sensors from a manned or unmanned aircraft. The purpose of this aircrew network is to collaborate, develop, and share information in order to build global standards, document lessons learned, disseminate best practices & new capabilities and career information related to the airborne sensor operator profession. As such, ASOG goal is to support projects, public speaking events, and trainings and champion the development of international guidelines to promote the ASO profession and enable the safe, coordinated and effective use of aerial remote-sensing capabilities.
Tel: +44 1992 714162
Cell:   +44 7778 296650
To learn more about the Airborne Sensor Operator Group, you can check use out at: www.aso-group.ning.com  or  via Linkedin here. Patrick Ryan
Thank You To The Main Sponsors Of PAvCon Europe 2018

‘PAvCon Europe - The Networking Continues’

Airborne Sensor Operators Group (ASOG)
The   Airborne   Sensor   Operators   Group   (ASOG)   is   a   proud   supporter   of PAN/PAvCon Europe. The     Airborne     Sensor     Operators     Group     is     a     first     of     its     kind     global professional    aircrew    network    that    was    established    in    2017    to    fill    a professional   void   regarding   those   aircrew   individuals   (e.g.   Tactical   Flight Officer,    Tactical    Coordinator    etc.)    who    operate    remote-sensors    from    a manned or unmanned aircraft. The   purpose   of   this   aircrew   network   is   to   collaborate,   develop,   and   share information   in   order   to   build   global   standards,   document   lessons   learned, disseminate    best    practices    &    new    capabilities    and    career    information related   to   the   airborne   sensor   operator   profession.   As   such,   ASOG   goal   is to   support   projects,   public   speaking   events,   and   trainings   and   champion the     development     of     international     guidelines     to     promote     the     ASO profession    and    enable    the    safe,    coordinated    and    effective    use    of    aerial remote-sensing capabilities.
To learn more about the Airborne Sensor Operator Group, you can check use out at: www.aso-group.ning.com  or  via Linkedin here. Patrick Ryan
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    PAvCon Europe Committee
   2019     Austria/Belgium/Germany/Netherlands/Slovenia/Spain/UK
PAvCon Europe 7, Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
Tel: +44 1992 714162
Cell:   +44 7778 296650
PAvCon Europe
Police Aviation Conference Europe
Airborne Sensor Operators Group (ASOG)
The   Airborne   Sensor   Operators   Group   (ASOG)   is   a   proud   supporter   of PAN/PAvCon Europe. The    Airborne    Sensor    Operators    Group    is    a    first    of    its    kind    global professional    aircrew    network    that    was    established    in    2017    to    fill    a professional   void   regarding   those   aircrew   individuals   (e.g.   Tactical   Flight Officer,   Tactical   Coordinator   etc.)   who   operate   remote-sensors   from   a manned or unmanned aircraft. The   purpose   of   this   aircrew   network   is   to   collaborate,   develop,   and   share information     in     order     to     build     global     standards,     document     lessons learned,     disseminate     best     practices     &     new     capabilities     and     career information   related   to   the   airborne   sensor   operator   profession.   As   such, ASOG   goal   is   to   support   projects,   public   speaking   events,   and   trainings and   champion   the   development   of   international   guidelines   to   promote the   ASO   profession   and   enable   the   safe,   coordinated   and   effective   use   of aerial remote-sensing capabilities.
To   learn   more   about   the   Airborne   Sensor   Operator   Group,   you can check use out at: www.aso-group.ning.com  or  via Linkedin here. Patrick Ryan
PAvCon Europe 7,Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
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