Emerging technology is constantly outpacing policymaking in this country, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), or so-called drones, are just the latest example. The widespread use of UAS is already providing benefits to communities across the world, from disaster response to crop-dusting to package delivery. Due to this rapid advancement of UAS technology, policymakers have begun to draft policy—but often without an eye towards innovation. In the complex airspace and regulatory environment of the U.S., the policy obstacles for growth have been, and may continue to be, enormous.
Join a panel of UAS industry leaders for this exclusive briefing to discuss how "polivation" – policymakers promoting innovation, and innovators working hand-in-hand with policymakers -- can help us move UAS innovation forward in a way that protects the public’s interests and wins their trust.