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Volcanic-Ash Detection Avoidance and Preparedness for Transportation. Today’s Schedule. 9:00Background 9:15V-ADAPT Demo 9:45Market & Users 10:15 Break 10:30Research, Funding, SBIR 11:00Principals & Organization 12:00Lunch @ Geraldo’s 1:00Present IP & NTV

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Volcanic ash detection avoidance and preparedness for transportation

Volcanic-Ash Detection Avoidance and Preparedness for Transportation


Today s schedule

Today’s Schedule

9:00Background

9:15V-ADAPT Demo

9:45Market & Users

10:15 Break

10:30Research, Funding, SBIR

11:00Principals & Organization

12:00Lunch @ Geraldo’s

1:00Present IP & NTV

2:00Future Markets & IP

3:00Milestones & Budgets

4:00Term Sheet


Background

Background

  • Well over 200 commercial aircraft have encountered volcanic ash in the past 20 years

  • Eight encounters lost engine power

  • Ash is capable of serious damage

  • Damage depends on ash concentration, exposure, and pilot mitigation

  • Onboard radar cannot detect ash


Ascent velocity

Ascent Velocity

Cloud reaches cruise altitudes in five minutes

Time is of the essence

28 mins

13 mins

10 mins

8 mins

6 mins

Zero time


Ash in engines

Ash in Engines

Plugged Cooling Holes

Erosion

of Leading

Edge Coating

Build-up of Ash Inside Passages

Tom Grindle: DC-8 Volcanic Ash Encounter - Effects on Engines


Encounters

Encounters

After Marianne Guffanti, Thomas Casadevall, and GariMayberry updated August 2013


Monitored

Monitored?

Monitoring capabilities are highly variable around the globe

Sequestration has cut monitoring in the US

We need better, automated monitoring, advance planning, and post event analysis for air traffic in volcanic regions.


Mitigation complacency

Mitigation Complacency

Mitigation of bad outcomes can lead to complacency – as if the hazard has been eliminated.

The threat remains.

Continued vigilance is necessary and supports mitigation capabilities.


Today s schedule1

Today’s Schedule

9:00Background

9:15V-ADAPT Demo

9:45Market & Users

10:15 Break

10:30Research, Funding, SBIR

11:00Principals & Organization

12:00Lunch @ Geraldo’s

1:00Present IP & NTV

2:00Future Markets & IP

3:00Milestones & Budget

4:00Term Sheet


V adapt demo

V-ADAPT Demo


Today s schedule2

Today’s Schedule

9:00Background

9:15V-ADAPT Demo

9:45Market & Users

10:15 Break

10:30Research, Funding, SBIR

11:00Principals & Organization

12:00Lunch @ Geraldo’s

1:00Present IP & NTV

2:00Future Markets & IP

3:00Milestones & Budget

4:00Term Sheet


Research partners

Research Partners

US Geological Survey

National Science Foundation

National Aeronautics & Space Administration

Air Force Weather Agency

National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration

Geophysical Institute

Arctic Region Super Computing Center

Alaska Satellite Facility

College of Natural Science & Mathematics

Google


Research funding in 1 000 s

Research & Fundingin 1,000’s


Sbir funding

SBIR Funding

A Better Volcanic Ash Transport & Dispersion Model

The SBIR is structured with Phase I focused on research & Phase II emphasizing development.

Phase III is the responsibility of the small business to commercialize the technology.

Intriguing problem

  • Social, Commercial, Engineering, Logistics

  • Aviation Safety & Liability

    • American vs European Views

  • Commercial vs Military

    • Cargo, Logistics & Mission Readiness

      Intriguing model refinement

  • Stereo Ray Tracing, Calibration, Validation

    • Life cycle for developing the model

    • Future versions & In-line models

      Intriguing business opportunity:

      Commercial, Governmental, Public/Private Use


Sbir ip

SBIR & IP

A better 3D thermal signature derived from two views.


Sbir phase ii

SBIR Phase II

$750k Base Award & $250k Supplemental

  • Continue Ash Model Development

  • In-Situ Ash Sensor Development

  • Phase III Commercialization Strategy

    Public-Private Partnership between MMC & UAF

    Create new PPP business entity: V-ADAPT

    Here we are today.


Today s schedule3

Today’s Schedule

9:00Background

9:15V-ADAPT Demo

9:45Market & Users

10:15 Break

10:30Research, Funding, SBIR

11:00Principals & Organization

12:00Lunch @ Geraldo’s

1:00Present IP & NTV

2:00Future Markets & IP

3:00Milestones & Budget

4:00Term Sheet


Principals organization

Principals& Organization

Jon Dehn – President

Peter Webley – Vice President

Keith Cunningham – Marketing Manger

James Dunn – General Manager

Adam Krynicki – Board Member and NTV


Jon dehn phd

Jon Dehn, PhD

Research Associate Professor – Remote Sensing

AVO remote sensing 1997-2013, lead PI (2011-2013)

Deputy Secretary General for the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (2003 – 2007)

UAF Faculty Senate 2006-present, President from (2009 – 2011)

UA Faculty Alliance (2008-2011), Chair from (2009 – 2010)

Remote Sensing group leader (2012-2013)


Peter webley phd

Peter Webley, PhD

Research Assistant Professor – Remote Sensing (2009 – now)

Postdoc researcher at UAF ARSC (2005-2009)

Puff model and volcano monitoring

Postdoc associate at Kings College, London (2003-2005)

Development of real-time remote sensing monitoring system for Central America

PhD – InSAR for Volcano Monitoring (2003)

Additional

  • Co-chair for World Organization of Volcano Observatories (WOVO) (2008 – present)

  • Advisor to the WOVO rep. to the ICAO IVATF (2010 – 2012)

  • Provisional patent on a calibration/validation tool for ash models

  • Developer of Puff website and Puff IP (2009 – present)

  • Research projects with NSF, NOAA, NASA

  • UAF Faculty Senate (2010-present)


Keith cunningham phd

Keith Cunningham, PhD

Research Assistant Professor – Remote Sensing

President of Mobile Mapping Corporation (2004-now)

Founder & Chief Scientist of Lidar Logic (2006-2009)

Founder & President of Spatial Data Research (1993-2004)

Business Manager of ETG (1988-1993)

National Academies Transportation Research Board:

  • Real-time Visualization of Geotechnical Data for Disaster Prevention and Response

    Department of Transportation:

  • Unmanned Aerial Systems for Transportation Asset Monitoring & Inspection

    Department of Transportation:

  • Geotechnical Asset Management of Transportation Infrastructure


James dunn jd mba

James Dunn, JD MBA

MBA from Georgetown University

Licensed attorney

General Manager of TDXNet

Executive Director of Connect Alaska

Former CEO & president of an Alaskan native corporation

Twenty-five years in telecommunications in rural Alaska


Adam krynicki jd

Adam Krynicki, JD

UAF Business Development Director – OIPC

Founding President of Nanook Technology Ventures

Licensed Attorney – Pennsylvania

Board Member of V-ADAPT


Science operations

Science Operations

  • Volcano Scientists

  • Data

  • Software

  • Servers


Information flow inside v adapt

Information flow inside V-ADAPT

Satellite data downlink

Processing

(commercial &

proprietary)

Daily output products

No

Detected event?

V-ADAPT modules

V-ADAPT archive

Yes

Response output

Federal weather sources

Federal geology sources


Information flow outside v adapt

Information flow outside V-ADAPT

Scenario Planning

Non-crisis

Regular updates

to customers

Web page

Archived databases

Puff, Google Earth

N

Volcanic Event?

Y

Eruption

Crisis

Other agency

detection

NWS, VAAC

Decision Support

5 minutes

Confirmation

Redundancy

Web updates

15 min

Automated alert

Built on decades of experience with customers, though can and should be modified as required


Management operations

Management Operations

  • Administrative & Legal

  • Strategic Planning, Positioning & Competition

  • Market Research & Sales


Management operations1

Management Operations

Administrative & Legal

Coordinate Board of Directors

Negotiations & Agreements

Policies & Procedures

Accounting & Auditing

Investor & 49th Fund Reporting

Defense Contract Audit Agency

James Dunn

¼ to ½ time commitment

TDX equity for time

TDX fees for bookkeeping


Positioning sales

Positioning & Sales

  • Strategic Planning

  • Brand Positioning

  • Competition & Partners

  • Market Research

  • Sales Process

  • Keith Cunningham, Director

    • ½ time on V-ADAPT Salary

    • ½ time on UAF Salary


C corporation

C - Corporation

  • Shareholders

  • NAICS: 54 – Professional, Science, Technical

  • Section 1202 Qualified Small Business Stock

  • Public Private Partnership

    • UAF & V-ADAPT

    • UAF Salary Support to V-ADAPT

    • Alaska Ethics Statutes

    • University Board of Regents Regulations

    • UAF Conflicts of Interest Management


Ethics law regents regulations

Ethics Law & Regents Regulations


Investors

Investors

  • Geophysical Institute – Salary support for Jon & Peter

  • Nanook Technical Ventures – IP Licensing

  • Mobile Mapping Corporation – SBIR Phase II

  • 49th Angel Fund

  • Matching Investors

    • Keith Cunningham

    • UAF General Counsel ruling on Insider Trading

    • UAF Call to Invest


Morning wrap up

Morning Wrap Up

Summary

Q&A


Lunch

Lunch

Geraldo’s - Italian


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