FAA Re-authorization Act of 2018: The Beginning of Commercial Autonomous UAS & Counter-UAS Security Operations

FAA Re-authorization Act of 2018: The Beginning of Commercial Autonomous UAS & Counter-UAS Security Operations

April 11, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Unmanned Education Theatre on the Exhibit Hall Floor-Rear of Hall A
Language:
English

Who should attend?  Security professionals interested in leveraging unmanned aircraft technology to augment detection and response to security threats.  Individuals interested in countering unmanned aircraft (drone) threats.

Learning Objectives:

-The direct impacts of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 on the drone market
-How recent legislative changes are paving the way for UAS Security Operations in the United States
-We will refresh attendees on existing regulations for drone operations, overview key legislative rule changes, and highlight unique use cases to improve security posture and response to emerging threats

Contributors

  • Michael Quiroga

    Moderator

    Chief Revenue Officer

    Asylon

    During his 15-year career in the physical security industry, Quiroga hasheld several key leadership positions for successful technology companiessuch...

  • Luke Fox

    Panelist

    CEO

    WhiteFox

    Luke Fox is CEO of WhiteFox, a global leader in drone airspace security. Pioneering the safe integration of drones into society, WhiteFox products...

  • Michael Stokes

    Panelist

    President

    Dynetics

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