March 8-9 2023  |  Jacob K Javits Convention Center, New York

Remote ID

Oct 30 2019

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT

Pavilion 3

FAA officials have been steadfast in their claims that a universal remote identification (Remote ID) system is needed, and plenty others have mentioned that it is critical for the industry at large to move forward. Creating a Remote ID solution that answers the simple question of, “who’s operating that drone?” will help everyone become familiar and comfortable with the technology to open up countless opportunities with it. This session will explore what the ultimate Remote ID solution should look like and what it will mean for the entire industry to see it enabled.

Speakers

Federal Aviation Administration

- Executive Director, UAS Integration Office

CNN Worldwide

- Senior Director, CNN Aerial Imagery & Reporting

ASTM Committee F38 on UAS

- Chair

Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS)

- Executive Director

Wing

- Policy Team

Commercial Drone Alliance & Hogan Lovells

- Executive Director (Commercial Drone Alliance) & Partner (Hogan Lovells US LLP)

Topics

Remote ID Panel Discussion

Although drones have been a welcoming addition for many different industries, they have also created problematic outcomes in various situations. Advanced hardware and software solutions have helped to create a critical awareness of the airspace so that the right people can have a better understanding of unauthorized drone activity. This session will explore what kind of options currently exist with drone security and how organizations are working to detect, identify, track and interdict unauthorized drones.

Although drones have been a welcoming addition for many different industries, they have also created problematic outcomes in various situations. Advanced hardware and software solutions have helped to create a critical awareness of the airspace so that the right people can have a better understanding of unauthorized drone activity. This session will explore what kind of options currently exist with drone security and how organizations are working to detect, identify, track and interdict unauthorized drones.

Jay Merkle

Federal Aviation Administration

- Executive Director, UAS Integration Office

Greg Agvent

CNN Worldwide

- Senior Director, CNN Aerial Imagery & Reporting

Philip M. Kenul

ASTM Committee F38 on UAS

- Chair

Chris Walach

Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS)

- Executive Director

Matthew Satterley

Wing

- Policy Team

Lisa Ellman

Commercial Drone Alliance & Hogan Lovells

- Executive Director (Commercial Drone Alliance) & Partner (Hogan Lovells US LLP)

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