DRONES & AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES THOUGHT LEADERS
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Patrick Thevoz, Co-Founder and CEO, Flyability
Lausanne Area, Switzerland
Flyability is a swiss company building safe drones for operating indoors, in complex and confined spaces, and in contact with people. By allowing drones to be used safely inside cities, inside buildings, and in contact with people, it enables new interactions and services with uavs and solving the two most critical issues of one of the fastest growing industries: collision and injury risks. Flyability aims at becoming the leader in this segment of flying robotics, and be at the forefront of innovation to continuously deliver value, safety and fun to its customers.
Harry McNabb, CEO DroneLife/DroneRacingLife/ and CMO/VP of BD for JobforDrones
The commercial drones space is projected to become a multi-billion dollar industry over the next ten years. The issues surrounding the relationship of drones to personal privacy/security become more complicated by the day and the FAA is going to have their hands full trying to decide who owns the air. DRONELIFE keeps the consumer, are up to date on all the latest drone news, product releases, YouTube videos and legal precedents so you can stay informed about the rise of the commercial drone. DRONELIFE also helps companies to get the word out with branding, lead generation, and content.
David Hose, CEO, AirMap
AirMap makes drones part of everyday life by building the airspace management infrastructure of the future with solutions to start today. David Hose is a seasoned technology leader and entrepreneur. Prior to joining the AirMap team, David was the Interim CEO of Rhapsody, International; Chief Development Officer and SVP of Openwave Systems; and founder and CEO of Signalsoft, a pioneer in the development of location-based services for mobile phones. David has more than 35 years of experience in technology, serving as founder, CEO, investor, board member, and advisor for more than 40 companies over the course of his career.
Anil Nanduri, Vice President, GM Drone Group, Intel Corporation
San Francisco Bay Area
Intel is uniquely positioned to offer comprehensive drone services and solutions. Our drone hardware is designed and manufactured to be seamlessly integrated with our advanced flight planning software, Intel® Mission Control Software, and our cloud-based digital asset management platform, Intel® Insight Platform. From the safe and accurate data collection to the storage, management, and processing of your data, you can get that from Intel. Whether you work in utilities, construction, insurance, oil and gas, or agriculture, we’ll help drive the digital transformation for your business.
Jeremy Wigmore, CEO, Aerialtronics
The Hague Area, Netherlands
Aerialtronics is an end-to-end solution developer that utilises drones, artificial intelligence and IoT data to provide businesses with augmented and actionable insights that create a perfect synergy between aerial applications and everyday business operations. Enabling a multitude of professionals to easily survey, inspect and analyse data in real time. Aerialtronics developed unmanned aerial systems for a large variety of applications. Fields of operations included: inspection structures, law enforcement, disaster control, geo mapping, micro farming, security, TV/film/cinema, etc
Parimal Kopardekar (PK), NASA Director & Sr. Technologist for Air Transportation, Co-Editor-in-Chief Journal of Aerospace Ops, & Autonomy
San Francisco Bay Area
NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration University of Cincinnati Parimal Kopardekar (PK) serves as the (Acting) Director of NASA Aeronautics Research Institute and NASA’s Senior Technologist for Air Transportation System where he develops concepts and technologies to increase efficiency of current operations and enables future airspace operations….
George Mathew, CEO & Chairman, Kespry
San Francisco Bay Area
Kespry is transforming how industries capture, analyze, and share insights about their businesses. Their drone-based aerial intelligence platform provides critical information and analytics our customers rely on to accelerate operations. Purpose-built for industrial use, yet simple enough for any user, our fully-integrated, end-to-end, cloud-enabled platform is used by aggregates, construction, insurance, mining, and roofing companies across North America, Europe and Australia.
Kay Wackwitz, CEO and Co-Founder, Drone Industry Insight’s (DRONEII)
Hamburg Neustadt, Hamburg, Germany
Drone Industry Insights (DRONEII.com) is the leading source for commercial drone market data. Kay is a passionate, proven business leader and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in both manned and unmanned aviation. As the recreational and commercial drone market evolves with light speed, chances to use this technology for civil uses grow – however, this also counts for possibilities to do harm. The ability to do damage in and outside of conflict zones with warfare tactics is frightening and creates an urge to protect oneself. Counter drone technology can detect, localize, track and/or ‘interact’ with rogue drones in many ways. This can be an alert for people to initiate safety measures or the active defense of aerial thread.