Drone Support in 208 Flooding in Campbell County for Return on Investment (ROI)

APA Kentucky Chapter

#9156482

Thursday, September 20, 2018
11 a.m. - noon CDT

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Overview

Extensive GIS data and Drone work was presented and shared with USGS.  Campbell County Fiscal Court was able to use this data combined with field data from the Fire Department, citizen historic data, and active survey work to leverage this as a local match-in-kind for the USGS Flood Inundation Study for Four Mile Creek.

 

In May, USGS added an extra research to the budget using these in-kind services as a 50/50 match.  The USGS team complimented us on the useful detail of the data, stating that it is rare to receive this level of community cooperation.  We will also be showcasing a few of our watershed story maps and Northern Kentucky Map Lab (NKYmapLABs) during this presentation.

Speakers

Ryan Hermann

Ryan Hermann has been a member of LINK-GIS/PDS since 2014. As the Drone Coordinator, Ryan conducts and maintains all unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)/drone projects for LINK-GIS and its partners. Ryan has a passion for drones and the UAV industry. He has held a Part 107 remote pilot certification ... Read More

Cindy Minter

Cindy Minter serves as the Director of Planning and Zoning for Campbell County. Cindy is the floodplain coordinator for 14 jurisdictions within the County, 5 of whom are in the CRS program. She is co-lead of Kentucky Association of Mitigation Managers (KAMM) CRS User’s Group and would be delighted ... Read More

Contact Info

Cindy Minter, cminter@campbellcountyky.org