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Report
The OHIO Vision
Ohio is the destination of choice
for all UAS researchers,
developers, manufacturers,
suppliers, trainers and educators
UAS
Initiative
Ohio’s Strategic Plan
OHIO IS THE DESTINATION OF CHOICE FOR UAS
DEVELOPMENT, MANUFACTURING, RDT&E,
SUPPLY SUPPORT, TRAINING AND EDUCATION
3 independent activities to reach the desired endstate
1. Provide resources
2. Increase activity
3. Promote profile
UAS
Initiative
Ohio UAS Strategy
Resources & Activities
UAS Center &
Test Complex
OASIS
• Optimizing Ohio Airspace
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Range Operations
Range Support
RDT&E Services
Business Support Services
Education
&Training
• Sinclair Community College
FAA Testsite
Proposal
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Concept of Operations
Business Plan
Safety Plan
etc
Certificate of
Authorization
• Sinclair Community College
• Ohio Department of Transportation
• Air Force Research Laboratory
UAS
Initiative
Increasing Ohio’s Profile
UAS
Initiative
UAS
Initiative
UAS
Initiative
OH/IN UAS Center & Test Complex (UASC&TC)
As Proposed to the FAA ….
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Critical Airspace Components Essential for Successful
Development
Experience with 1000+ Annual UAS Sorties
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Springfield & Wilmington
- Federal, State and
Commercialization R&D,
Training
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Ohio MOAs
- National Airspace System
Integration R&D
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IN Restricted airspace
- Immature technology and
early commercialization R&D
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NCMR & Muscatatuck
- Operations Development
UAS
Initiative
Commercial Opportunity
• Low altitude/ small UAS offer next
major opportunity to apply UAS
technologies
• Precision Agriculture
• First Responders
• Resource Survey
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Mining
Electrical infrastructure
Water infrastructure
Transportation infrastructure
• Geospatial Mapping
• Future
• Logistics
Enable commercial business and job creation in region
UAS
Initiative
Way Forward
• Host for NASA UAS Airspace Operations Challenge in May 2014
• Enable businesses to be successful through access to:
– Multiple test ranges offering restricted, special use and Class D airspace
– Advocate for COA preparation and related UAS processes
– Collaboration focal point for R&D focused on NAS integration, commercialization
opportunities and privacy
– Business friendly test range services
– Integrated Safety Management System
– Modeling, simulation and data management capabilities
– Full spectrum training support
• Selection as FAA Test Site in Dec 2013 provides:
– Test Site proximity to major Federal research locations including AFRL, NASA
GRC and NSWC Crane
– Focal point to FAA providing safe and robust UAS range and RDT&E capabilities in
region with geographic and climatic advantages
UAS
Initiative
Larrell Walters
University of Dayton Research Institute
UAS
Autonomy
UAS
Materials
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS Testing
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Sensors
UAS
Training
UAS
Analysts
UAS Materials
UAS
UAS
• UD/UDRI
UAS Operator
Autonomy
Materials
• Renegade
Effectiveness
• Nanosperse UAS Systems
• National Composite
Center
Design
• CMPND
UAS Testing
• Cornerstone Research
• AFRL UAS
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Analysts
UAS
Training
Sensors
UAS
Materials
UAS
Autonomy
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS Manufacturing
• SelectTech
UAS Services
• UAVisons
Manufacturing
• SAIC
-Developers
UAS
• Cornerstone Research
Sensors
• AFRL
UAS Testing
UAS
Training
UAS
Analysts
UAS
UAS
UAS Systems Design
UAS Operator
Autonomy
Materials
• WSU/WSRI
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
• UD/UDRI
Design
• UAVisions
• SelectTech Services UAS Testing
• SAIC
•UAS
AFRL
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Analysts
UAS
Training
Sensors
UAS
Materials
UAS
Autonomy
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS Sensors
UAS Testing
• UD/UDRI
• IDCAST
UAS
• Woolpert
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
• SAIC
Analysts
UAS
Training
• Sierra Nevada Corporation
Sensors
• AFRL
UAS Autonomy
UAS
UAS
UAS Operator
Autonomy
Materials • UD/UDRI
Effectiveness
• WSU/WSRI
Systems
• UAS
SAIC
Design Services
• SelectTech
• AFRL
UAS Testing
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Sensors
UAS
Training
UAS
Analysts
UAS
Materials
UAS
Autonomy
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
UAS Testing
Design
• Ohio/Indiana UAS Center
• UD/UDRI
UAS Testing
• WSU/WSRI
UAS
• SelectTech Services
UAS
Manufacturing
• AFRL
UAS
Analysts
UAS
Training
Sensors
UAS
Autonomy
UAS
Materials
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS Testing
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS Training
UAS
UAS
• Sinclair Community College
Analysts
UAS
• RiversideTraining
Research
Sensors
• AFRL
UAS
Materials
UAS
Operator
Effectiveness
UAS
• WSU/WSRI
UAS Operator
Autonomy
• UD/UDRI
Effectiveness
• Ball Aerospace
UAS Systems
• SAIC
Design
•UAS
361
Interactive
Testing
• AFRL
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Sensors
UAS
Training
UAS
Analysts
UAS
Autonomy
UAS
Materials
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Sensors
UASTesting
Analyst
UAS
• WSU/WSRI
• UD/UDRI
• SAIC
UAS
UAS Aerospace
• Ball
Analysts
• Training
361 Interactive
• AFRL
UAS
Autonomy
UAS
Materials
UAS Operator
Effectiveness
UAS Systems
Design
UAS Testing
UAS
Manufacturing
UAS
Sensors
UAS
Training
UAS
Analysts
September 4, 2013
Why UAS?
• 23,000 new jobs by 2025
• Salaries between $55,000 and $100,000 per
year
• Critical local economic development synergy
• Revolutionary and disruptive technology
Vision
• Create a National Center for UAS Training and
Certification at Sinclair Community College
- Establish a national leadership position in Workforce
Development and Training to support the growing UAS market
- Align with the state/region’s UAS strategy being driven by the
DDC, the Ohio Department of Development and WPAFB
- Partner with leaders in the UAS market, including businesses
and educational institutions located in:
• The Dayton Region
• The State of Ohio
• Select locations in the U.S.
UAS and Workforce
• The communities that benefit from this
industry will need:
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2.
3.
Desired workforce
Industry support and partnerships
Airspace (CoA) support
• Sinclair and our partners are working to
make the Dayton Region one of those
communities
Strategic Investment
• The Sinclair Board approved an additional
$1.4 million investment to support the
continued expansion of the UAS programs
• Funding will be used over the first three years
of a 10 year strategic plan
• This investment solidifies our leadership
position and supports efforts in our main focus
areas including:
- Curriculum and Training
- Modeling and Simulation
- Airspace
Sinclair UAS Strategic Commitment
Phase I: 2009-12
Phase II: 2013-16
Phase III: 2017:22
Phase IV: 2023+
Early Market
Positioning and
Industry
Alignment
Strategic
Investment to
Ensure Leadership
Position
Scale and Growth
Sustaining the
Vision
Strategic Partnerships
• The State of Ohio
• Dayton Development Coalition
• Springfield Airpark
• Wilmington Air Park
Selected Industry Partnerships
• Manufacturers
– UTC – Vireo
– Altavian – Nova Block III
– CESi – SPEAR
• Modeling and Simulation
– L3 Sensor Simulators
– Air Force Research Lab – Education Partnership Agreement
– Analytical Graphics Inc. – Educational Alliance Partner
Selected Industry Partnerships
• Subject-Matter Expertise
– Leidos (Science Applications International Corp.)
– SelectTech
– Woolpert
– The Trident Group
– Dixon Industries
Regional UAS Educational Partners
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University of Dayton Research Institute
Wright State University Research Institute
Clark State Community College
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Riverside Research
AFRL
IDCAST
ATIC
Program Highlights to Date
• Curriculum
– Six UAS short courses
– Two semester Short Term Certificate (25-27 credits)
• Modeling and Simulation
– L3 UAS Simulation Lab (10 stations)
– Systems Tool Kit
• Airspace
– Certificates of Authorization
• Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport and Wilmington Air Park
– Unmanned Aerial Systems (aircraft)
• Spear, Vireo, Nova Block III
– Mobile Ground Control Station and Field Maintenance Truck and Trailer
UAS Application Areas Served
• In addition to UAS foundational offerings, the
Sinclair programs includes focused materials
on applications including:
– First Responders
– Precision Agriculture
– Geospatial
Enrollment Trend
• The UAS program continues its positive
growth trend with record enrollment
• There have been 58 students since the
first offering of Introduction to UAS in
January 2012
• The newest course, UAS Standards
Regulations, and Law introduced in Fall
2013 attracted 22 students for the first
offering
Workforce Development
• Short Courses
– Introduction to UAS (1 day)
– Introduction to UAS for First Responders (1 day)
– Precision Agriculture and UAS (1 day)
– Current State of UAS Standards and Regulations (1 day)
– UAS and the Law (1 day)
– Geospatial Information for UAS (2 days)
– UAS Airspace Applications (2 days)
Workforce Development
Moving Forward
• Ensure that Sinclair maintains a national
leadership role by keeping the college at the
forefront of UAS technology
• Expansion of partnerships with government,
academic, and industry organizations
• Advancing Ohio as the top location for all
aspects of the UAS industry through quality
and first to market solutions

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