InterDrone 2017 is nearly upon us, and you can catch Drone Girl talking privacy this year.
InterDrone is one of the largest drone conferences, and takes place from Sept. 6-8 in Las Vegas.
I’ll be speaking alongside Diana Cooper, Senior Vice President of Policy and Strategy at PrecisionHawk, and Lisa Malloy, Intel Corp.’s director of government relations, on the panel “Privacy Issues Related to Expanded UAS Operations,” which will be moderated by DLA Piper’s Matthew Grosack.
We’ll dissect whether or not drones are compatible with privacy concepts based on two dimensional vantage points as three dimensional observation of persons and property (where height is no longer a restricting factor) soon become the norm.
The panel will take place on Friday, Sept. 8 from 8:45 to 9:30 a.m.
And while of course you should check out this panel, here are some other things you’ll want to check out while at InterDrone:
- The panel “Drones are Good: How UAVs are Saving the World” with Jessie Mooberry of the Stanford University Peace Innovation Lab
- The after-hours special event “Growing Your Drone Service Business” hosted by Colin Snow and featuring presenters including Dyan Gibbens
- The panel “How TV News Benefits from Drones” moderated by Carmaine Means, an Emmy award winning television news photojournalist at CBS News in Chicago, and with speakers including Maria Stefanopoulos, an Emmy Award Winning Production Manager for ABC News, Good Morning America.