About Us

ASOG is a global professional network that allows members to network, collaborate and share information to shape the ASO profession, individual careers and the industries that ASO's participate in. As such, ASOG’s goal is to promote the ASO profession and enable the safe, coordinated and effective use of aerial remote-sensing capabilities for the individual aircrew members, public service, industies, and society.

For more information, please e-mail info@aso-group.org

ABOUT YOUR BENEFITS

• Learning something new
• Career opportunities and professional development
• Generation of referrals and increase business
• Raising your profile
• Positive influence
• Satisfaction from helping others
• Developing new friendships
• Being part of a recognized profession

ABOUT THIS SITE

The Airborne Sensor Operators Group is a social networking platform, and anybody who registers (it's free and easy) can post their blog entries (related to the ASO profession), along with starting discussions, sharing relevant information or networking via e-mail with other members. Your registration gives you the ability to do a lot on the site--so feel free to post or start anything you think will be of interest to our community and further our profession!

Overall, the site is organized around public and members only areas. To have full access to all the capabilities of the network, you’ll have to be a member. To join, click the “Sign Up” button and build your “My Page” profile and review the site policies.

ABOUT ADVISORS

Patrick Ryan - Managing Director & Founder “Airborne Sensor Operators Group.”
Georg J. De Cock - ISR Sensors and Operations SME
Joshua T. Cohen - Open Source Intelligence, Analysis and Research SME
Wayne Dahlke - Airborne Special Operations and Aircrew Training SME
Luthando Prinsloo - Human factors & Crew Resource Management SME
Michael Andrew Sheehy - Special Mission SME (MARSUR & SAR)