Due to the recent travel restrictions placed on many government employees and the international travel bans, UTAC 2020 is postponed until further notice. We appreciate your understanding as we look to reschedule the conference to a time where everyone who has registered will be able to attend.

As first responders, we recognize that your service and dedication to your community never ends. We thank you for the extra effort you are putting into your daily tasks as our nation preemptively looks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While we understand the importance of UTAC and the coordination, collaboration, and training that takes place throughout the week, we also recognize the importance of your duties during this difficult time.

Please look out for a second email from us soon with some proposed dates in the near future. Please stay healthy and safe! We look forward to seeing you at UTAC 2020!

premierE fully immersive global training conference

The Unmanned Tactical Application Conference is the premiere fully immersive training conference that allows agencies and organizations to experience real-world scenarios utilizing the latest technology solutions.

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at Guardian Centers in Perry, Georgia


Hosted at Guardian Centers in Perry, Georgia

Guardian Centers is a world-renowned facility encompassing over 850 acres, with a sprawling 15 city block urban city-scape. This expansive facility allows us to train your staff in a multitude of real-world scenarios. The variety of environments, depth of training, and instructor expertise makes the UTAC conference a unique opportunity unlike anything you have experienced.

8 Real-World Scenarios


Our Active Shooter / Bus Hostage scenario puts the attendees in the middle of a real-world operation where drones, first responders, and law enforcement/SWAT teams collaborate to mitigate a deadly threat.

With real gun fire, explosions, and moulage role players, this scenario immerses the attendees into the chaos of an active shooter scene from the perspective of our first responders.


Transitional periods from day to night operations create challenges for first responders. With thermal technology and powerful lighting systems on drones today, public safety agencies now have 24-hour operational capabilities.

Attendees will discover the strategies in use today by field experts regarding active searches for criminals and/or wanted suspects.


With UAS’ sensors and cameras becoming more powerful and automated, Search and Rescue teams have been utilizing UAS more to assist with their response.

With 800+ acres of wildland and urban landscapes, attendees will absorb the tactics developed by leading experts in UAS/SAR as they conduct real-time searches for lost persons.


Utilizing drone technology for even mundane tasks such as routine traffic stops, law enforcement officers can identity subjects and threats from a safe distance.

In this scenario, we teach officers how to properly detect those threats and mitigate risk using smaller drone platforms. We hope this use of drones will become standard protocol in public safety.


The chances of a terrorist incident occurring in America’s subways is far too real. UTAC attendees will train underground in an on-site 1,700-foot subway system, resembling the Washington D.C. Metro line.

With smoke, darkness, screaming victims, and potential chemical/biological threats, attendees will observe how HazMat, CBRNe, and EOD teams use aerial and ground-based solutions to respond to underground terrorist events.


Since the devastating Hurricane Harvey floods, sUAS have assisted first responders as an aerial force multiplier for flood and swift water rescue.

With real injured victims trapped on rooftops clinging to life, UTAC attendees will be immersed into a 550,000-gallon flood basin resembling the 9th ward of New Orleans during a hurricane and learn UAS/Water Rescue response from the experts.


In this scenario, police officers and fire rescue will work in tandem to show how drones can deescalate a common occurrence such as a fiery vehicle crash. In such an event, the risk of harm to innocent bystanders is high.

Using new fire extinguishing technology, we will illustate how drones can deliver said technology, while keeping first responders at a manageable distance, limiting situational risk involved.


As drones become commonly used by pilots and hobbyists, we understand the importance of regulating airspace over critical infrastructure and temporary or permanent no-fly zones.

Using industry-leading systems, we will showcase the importance and effectiveness of placing eyes in the sky. We will cover the steps following drones detected over controlled airspace and how to improve security and safety alike.

About the Event

Through the annual Unmanned Tactical Application Conference 2020, FLYMOTION drives the industry forward, promoting the application of drone technology in response operations. 

UTAC is a hub for innovation, collaboration, and growth, enabling attendees of all backgrounds to exchange experiences, develop a deeper understanding of drone technology in the ecosystem, and direct the future development of best practices for professional drone applications. 

Join Public Safety, Defense, and Government professionals, along with technology experts and policymakers at FLYMOTION’s annual Unmanned Tactical Application Conference, where you can be a part of the premier training event for drone response.



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