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Invite you for a

2-day Intensive Workshop on

Co-Creating Sustainable Futures with Drones and AI

May 16-17, 2019, IIT Delhi, New Delhi

THEMES:

Sustainable Agriculture ~ Nature Conservation ~ Healthcare

Disaster Management ~ Sustainable Development ~ Youth Empowerment

Introduction

The best people to understand a sustainable development challenge are the people facing them and working hands on in the community to resolve them. Hearing them out, understanding their context and designing solutions according to the lives we are impacting is the first step towards solving these challenges. And if the challenges are concerning India, they are bound to be as diverse and complex as the country itself. Technologies are effective only when they are applied where they are needed the most. With India touching great heights in developing innovations such as drones and data sciences, we need to understand from the stakeholders, what is the best way to integrate these technologies into their sphere of work.

Drones when coupled with Artificial Intelligence, particularly Machine Learning for augmented analysis of imagery data acquired using drones – aerial, terrestrial as well aquatic, have proven time and again as very effective tools that can drive actionable insights needed for the development work. Payload drones with advanced controls and capacities are awaiting their full utilisation in healthcare, disaster management and humanitarian sectors.

We are aiming to apply these technologies for social good and help out India and the neighbouring countries in our region take the next leap in advancement of technological applications.

Program

 We at India Flying Labs and WeRobotics are happy to announce our workshop on ‘Co-creating Sustainable Futures with Drones and AI’ to be held at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi on May 16-17 2019.

This workshop is part of a series of Multi-stakeholder Consultative Meetings hosted by India Flying Labs in order to encourage discussion and dialogues among key stakeholders to understand each other’s needs, identify gaps, brainstorm solutions and conceive actionable ideas. As a non-profit, open, collaborative network of social innovators keen on applying technology for social good, we are hoping to enable the basic groundwork needed for cooperative integrated development.

This unique workshop aims to bring together thought leaders from Sustainable Agriculture, Nature Conservation, Healthcare, Disaster Management, Sustainable Development and Youth Empowerment. Together, we will participate in an open discussion aiming at co-creating an ecosystem for using innovations such as drones and AI to solve some of the complex social challenges of our times.

So, if you are tackling a complex social problem and are keen on engaging with technology in the 4th Industrial Revolution, we invite you to  participate in this Co-creation Workshop.

Goals of the Workshop

  • Identify concrete needs in the social good sector (Sustainable Agriculture, Nature Conservation, Healthcare, Disaster Management, Sustainable Development and Youth Empowerment) in relation to the data and innovative solutions that can be provided by drones and AI for augmented analysis
  • Qualify and prioritize the identified needs
  • Identify and qualify challenges faced for drones

Participant Profile:

  • Representatives of NGOs and other organisations actively engaged with Agriculture – especially for small-holder farms, Nature Conservation, Healthcare, Disaster Management, Sustainable Development and Youth Empowerment that use drones or are planning to include drones and data for your projects.
  • Representatives from Think Tanks, Facilitators of Research and Development, and Social Innovators
  • Representatives from Government-led Institutions, Departments and Services, Central/ State/ Local Governments, Government-led Innovation and Incubation cells and Government-supported Research bodies
  • Social Entrepreneurs interested in creating services that use drones
  • Universities and Academic institutions engaged in education and research on development of drones and drone-based applications

Program Schedule

Thursday, May 16, 2019

TIMING PROGRAM SPEAKERS/ FACILITATORS
08h30 – 09h00 Registration
09h00 – 11.30h00 – Welcome Note

– Key Note Speeches

Dr. Ruchi Saxena, India Flying Labs

Mr. Atul Bal, Protech

Dr. Rajeev Tandon, PATH

Dr. NM Prusty, Humanitarian Aid Intenational

Mr. Vijay Saluja, Ex-NDMC

Dr. Kailash Gupta, The International Emergency Management Society

Dr. Charu Lata, National Botanical Research Institute

Nakul Saxena, iSpirit

Dr. Bhagwati Prasad, Welingkar Scholl

Mr. Saurabh Jain, PayTM

Mr. HR Vaish, InstaPower

11h30 – 13h00 General Introduction to civilian drones & AI for Social Good

•WeRobotics & Flying Labs Introduction

•Introduction to civilian drones

•Opportunities and possibilities created by civilian drones and AI

•Examples and use cases implemented in other countries

Sonja Betschart
13h00 – 14h00 Lunch Break & Networking
14h00 – 16h45 Participatory Workshops in which we will:

•Discover needs for each thematic group

•Identify opportunities & possibilities

•Identify challenges

4 Thematic Workshop Groups to choose from:

•Sustainable Agriculture

•Nature Conservation & Sustainable Development

•Healthcare & Disaster Management

•Youth Empowerment

Workshop groups moderated by :

Sonja Betschart (Naure Conservation & Sustainable Development)

Ruchi Saxena (Healthcare & Disaster Management)

Vignesh Santhanam (Sustainable Agriculture)

Rishabh Gupta (Youth Empowerment)

16h45 – 17h00 Short debrief of the day and outlook for next day Ruchi Saxena & Sonja Betschart

Friday, May 17, 2019

TIMING PROGRAM SPEAKERS/ FACILITATORS
08h30 – 09h00 Assemble
09h00 – 12h00 Participatory Workshops in which we will:

•Finalize needs, opportunities, possibilities and challenges of Day 1

•Qualify & Prioritize needs & opportunities

•Qualify Challenges

•Prepare group presentation for the afternoon

Workshop groups moderated by :

Sonja Betschart (Nature Conservation & Sustainable Development)

Ruchi Saxena (Healthcare & Disaster Management)

Vignesh Santhanam (Sust. Agriculture)

Rishabh Gupta (Youth Empowerment)

12h00 – 13h30 Lunch Break & Networking
13h30 – 15h00 Presentation of workshop results:

•Presentation of each thematic group’s results

•Q&A related to presentation

•Presentation of challenges

Nominated speaker for each group
15h00 – 16h00 Open discussion on next steps

Closing message of workshop

All

 

Moderator:

Sonja Betschart, Co-Founder, WeRobotics, Switzerland

Facilitators:

Dr Ruchi Saxena, Director, India Flying Labs/
Director, Caerobotics Healthcare Solutions

Rishabh Gupta, Co-founder, Redwing Aerospace Laboratories/
Co-ordinator, India Flying Labs

Vignesh Santhanam, Centre for the 4th Industrial Revolution, World Economic Forum

Organising Team

Mr. Atul Bal, Past President of IIT-D Alumni Association/ MD, Protech Systems

Harsha Yadav, Co-founder and CTO, GeoKnit Consultancy

Anupriya Goyal, Co-founder, GeoKnit Consultancy

Himanshu Tyagi, Research Scholar, IIT Delhi

 

Venue:

205, Department of Management Studies,
Vishwakarma Bhavan, IIT Delhi,
Saheed Jeet Singh Marg, Hauz Khas,
New Delhi-110016, Delhi, India.

 

Registration:

Please fill the Registration Form in this link.

  • We request key organisations to nominate their representatives for this event. Official Letter for Nomination can be requested from india@flyinglabs.org
  • Since we intend to keep the participation limited to a moderate number, we encourage you to apply to us early.
  • Any update on the event will be notified on the shared email address.
  • To partner with us, exhibit or present your products during this workshop or to sponsor or provide scholarships to deserving candidates, please contact us.

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India Flying Labs

Program Partners:

Knowledge Partners

Organisation Partners

Network Partners

  

Academic Partners

Media Partners

Technology Partners

 

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Program Fees:

₹ 3000 (Does not include travel, accommodation or visa fees. Includes participation fees and meals.)

Payment Gateway:

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Participating Organisations

  • Caerobotics Consultancy Pvt Ltd
  • Protech
  • GeoKnit
  • Redwing Aerospace Labs
  • Centre for 4th Industrial Revolution
  • Drone Federation of India
  • Feswa Communication Private Limited
  • Pixlaer
  • BVCOE
  • NIIT University
  • IIIT-Delhi
  • Skymotion
  • GarudaUAV
  • Shree Ram Educational Society
  • PATH, India
  • CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute
  • National Institute of Plant Genome Research
  • Indian Railways
  • Centre for Urban Ecology and Sustainability, Ambedkar University Delhi
  • Technology for Wildlife
  • JNU, New Delhi
  • DJI
  • Mirai-Tech LLP
  • Aiwagam Academy Pvt Ltd
  • Twingeo Magazine
  • Dhwani Rural Information Systems Pvt Ltd
  • P. Mandali’s Prin L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research
  • Global Environment and Mining Services
  • The International Emergency Management Society _ India Chapter
  • Galactica.AI
  • Zomato
  • Joora Drone Consultants
  • Icon Cadsoft & Surveyors (I) Pvt Ltd
  • Humanitarian Aid International
  • Ernst and Young

Correspondence:

  Dr. Ruchi Saxena, Director, India Flying Labs

  Phone Numbers: (India, WhatsApp) +91-8828005345, (Nepal) +977-9860294438.

Email: india@flyinglabs.org

Website: www.flyinglabs.org/india ; www.werobotics.org

#CoCreateIndia2019

 

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