FAA’s Vision to Enable the Next Generation of Flight
The FAA’s highest priority is to ensure that the safety of the National Airspace System (NAS) is not compromised by drones that do and will need to operate in the same airspace with crewed aircraft. The FAA's participation at events like the Commercial UAV Expo is about actively collaborating with the community of commercial drone professionals to better understand and enable this integration, but how have these conversations impacted where things are with drone regulation in 2022? What's been missing from them that we can newly define for 2023 and beyond? Hear these insights and more from David H. Boulter, FAA Acting Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety, in order to drive further collaborations between regulators and industry.
Real World ROI: Unlocking the Future of Successful Drone Adoption
Organizations of all sizes have started to realize the promise of drone technology, and those leading the way have unlocked significant benefits that transform operations, reduce risk in their business and create a competitive advantage. The drone industry has already made great strides in unlocking day-to-day value, but scaling this success requires innovation, perseverance and giving business leaders a clear understanding of how drones cannot just aid, but transform their operations.
There are few better people to provide insights around what that can mean than Skydio Co-founder & CEO Adam Bry.
His company helps organizational stakeholders understand the risks they face when hanging onto inefficient processes, supports its customers to successfully win approval for BVLOS operations, and has ushered in a whole new era of autonomous operations. Join him for a conversation with Commercial UAV Expo Editorial Director Jeremiah Karpowicz to discuss how successful companies navigate key challenges when scaling their drone programs and real-world examples of how organizations are transforming their operations and realizing strong ROI.