sUAS News Podcast has the privilege of hosting an all-star roundtable discussion about the following issues Year of the Drone Drone deliveries ChiComms Bi-polar Political advocacy Private “Public” rulemaking Drones are not birds after all
We’re going to make some predictions and give insights on what might be in store for the next six to twelve months in the business of drone ecosystem and beyond. Our guest for this episode is Michael Blades from Frost and Sullivan.
Gene Robinson and Patrick Egan bring over twenty five years of combined experence to today's discussion on considerations for public safety agencies wanting to use drones, the private rule-making process, the drone pilot program, pay to play, the leadership vacuum and the overall state if the drone business.
Our guest is Greg Crutsinger from Drone Scholar. We will be talking about data collected after the Northern California Fire in Sonoma this past October 2017. There is a story published on suasnews.com (search California Wildfires) that we will reference during the podcast that includes photographs and links to Mapbox. We will talk about the raw data and the workflow necessary to produce this type of quality information. ?
A Super-panel discussion about C-UAS, the safety of the NAS, vulnerabilities, the role of the UAS OEM’s, technological deficiencies, current trends and future developments. With hosts Patrick Egan, Gene Robinson, DronePilotIO and guests Robi Sen, Department 13, Robert Thompson, C-UAS Coalition, Michael Blades, Frost and Sullivan and David Kovar, Kovar and Associates.
Our guest is Terry Miller from Unmanned Rick Management. We will discuss industry trends from the insurance perspective. Mr. Miller was the winner of the sUAS News Industry Leader Award at the 2017 Small Unmanned Systems Business Exposition.
Part two of a three part interview with Andrew Shelley from Aviation Safety Managment Systems. We discuss his White Paper, A Model of Human Harm from a Falling Unmanned Aircraft: Implications for UAS Regulations
Our guest is Laurie Calhoun, author of We Kill Because We Can. We will discuss the book and some of what technology detractors think or understand drones to be. We hope this exchange serves to enlighten and dispell some of the misconceptions and views held about thetechnology and people in the industry. Please join us for a frank discussion ona timely topic. Noam Chomsky called the book,"Chilling and Comprehensive"
All Weather Sense and Avoid System ADS-B and the potential it holds for integration of UAS into the National Airspace System (NAS). This weeks guests are Dr. V. Michael Contarino, Honorable Richard "Dick" Healing and RaNea Contarino.
Gene will be calling in from a controlled burn in central Texas. Listeners will get a firsthand account and description of the deployment of the Super Bat UAS for firefighting applications live from the field.
Chad Partridge and I discuss the take away from the Drone Law: Opportunities, Risks, and the Future discussion at U.C. Berkley Law School. We'll recap some of the reservations and misconceptions that were expressed by this diverse group.
Episode 41 With Alan Leonardi, Deputy Director, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory and Joe Cione. We'll talk about applications of autonomous systems (both sea and air based) in tropical storm environments, and work in atmospheric science and environmental awareness.
This week's guest is Dr. Jerry Lemieux from the Unmanned Vehicle University. We discuss direct paths to a professional career in the unmanned technologies sector. Listeners will learn about internships, financial aid, job placement assistance and even a sUAS with paid tuition. Do not miss this episode if you have ever contemplated breaking into the unmanned technologies sector.
We will discuss some of the recent progress being made by the FAA. Is there a connection between the EFF lawsuit and recent progress? We will alos discuss some of the popular misconceptions about the "Drones"
Join us for a discussion with animal rights advocate and RPA enthusiast, Steve Hindi from SHARK (Showing Animals Respect and Kindness) http://www.sharkonline.org We will also discuss and review the NOVA Episode “Rise Of The Drones”
Episode #36 We speak with Mr. Gus Calderon and Mr. James Jewel. Mr. Calderon is applying for an exemption to 14 CFR parts 21.191 and 91.319 in a bid to operate his sUAS commercially in the NAS. Mr. Jewel will share some information about the development of FAR 107, NextGEN, and some other timely UAS topics.