Drone technology has come a long way and is still evolving, by 2025
It is anticipated the US drone industry will create more than a million jobs. The benefits are considerable: security surveillance; search and rescue missions; assisting in disaster management, especially in difficult to reach places. At the same time they can be used to breach people’s civil rights. Criminals are attaching cameras and weapons; terrorists use drones to plan attacks and to deploy bombs. They can be used to disrupt operations, for example at airports. Then there are those who use drones as a hobby who without any malignant intent still cause companies to rise their alert level until the source is identified. This webinar will discuss:
What are the implicit dangers of drones and how can they be managed?
What are the benefits of drones and how can these be maximised?
What factors will govern the use of drones as we move forward?
Steven Reinharz – Chief Executive Officer at Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc (US)
Geoff Moore – Security Consultant at Arup (Hong Kong)
Richard Gill – Founder & CEO at Drone Defence (UK)