Vigilant Aerospace CEO Kraettli Epperson is discussing “The Future of Drone Sense-and-Avoid Technology” as a panelist at the upcoming 2017 InterDrone International Drone Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas in September.
Panel Session: The Future of Drone Sense-and-Avoid Technology
Wednesday, September 6th
4:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Kraettli L. Epperson, CEO, Vigilant Aerospace Systems
Peter Esser, Head of Government Affiars, NXP Simiconductors UAS
Trent Lukaczyk, Co-Founder and CTO, FlightWave Aerospace
Adam Robertson, CTO, Fortem Technologies
Sense-and-avoid technology will play an essential role in integrating UAVs into the National Airspace System (NAS), ensuring a reliable and safe flightpath. This technology will also assist in expanding flights beyond line of sight, which the FAA currently prohibits and essentially constrains the distance of flights. The use cases for sense-and-avoid technology are obvious; find out what will happen next as it continues to develop.
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InterDrone 2017 Conference Details:
Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino
3700 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
From the website:
InterDrone is where the UAV industry comes together, bringing drone pilots, UAS engineers and developers, commercial drone service businesses, UAV manufacturers, drone videographers and enterprise UAV end-users. Join InterDrone in Las Vegas for a 3-day UAV conference and expo hall filled with more than 185 unmanned system manufacturers and sellers. The full commercial drone conference features more than 120 panels, sessions, classes and drone workshops where you can learn everything from how to get your Part 107 Pilot’s license to how to use UAVs for agriculture, construction, infrastructure inspection or aerial photography. www.InterDrone.com