‘Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Opportunities for Business Aviation,’ being held Oct. 22, will be moderated by Brad Hayden – president and CEO of Robotic Skies, a network of service centers for unmanned aircraft. This forum represents the first time UAS have been a focus at NBAA, according to Robotic Skies.
The panel of UAS experts will include Attorney Paul Lange; Paul McDuffee, vice president of government relations for Insitu Inc.; Rose Mooney, executive director of the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership/Virginia Tech; and Al Palmer, director of the Center for UAS Research at the University of North Dakota.
‘Rather than thinking of unmanned aircraft as a potential menace to business aviation, I will talk about how UAS represent an opportunity for flight departments to enlarge their responsibilities and incorporate their activity into all levels of a company or organization,’ says Hayden.
NBAA's Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2014) runs Oct. 21-23 at the Orange County Convention Center. More information can be found here.