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This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Tony Basile, Vice President for Operations for the NUIAR Alliance. NUAIR manages operations of the New York UAS Test Site at Griffiss International Airport in Rome, NY, one of seven FAA-designated UAS test sites in the United States.NUAIR is responsible for the continued development and advanceme…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Richard Lopez, VDC Manager at Hensel Phelps. We spoke about drones being used on construction sites, potential impacts of a foreign drone manufacturer ban in the US, drones performing inspections on indoor infrastructure, starting a drone program, and much more. Learn more: https://interdrone.com…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Brendan Groves, Head of Regulatory and Policy Affairs at Skydio. Meet Brendan at InterDrone Online: https://interdrone.com/interdrone-online/Subscribe for free weekly commercial drone content: https://interdrone.com/newsletters/Articles:1. NCDOT Granted Waiver for BVLOS Bridge Inspections - https…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Jennifer Andrews of Bell Flight. Jennifer serves as the NASA SIO (system integration and operationalization) project lead on Bell’s Technology and Innovation team.Meet Jennifer at InterDrone Online: https://interdrone.com/Subscribe for free weekly drone content: https://interdrone.com/newsletters…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Scott Mlakar, a 33-year fire service veteran and a 32-year member of the Willoughby (OH) Fire DepartmentHe currently is in charge of developing and implementing Lake County’s Public Safety unmanned aerial systems (UAS) program that serves fire, police, and all county special teams including hazma…
 
We sat down with Josh Ziering, Chief Technology Officer and Founder of Kittyhawk, at Kittyhawk. For more weekly drone industry content delivered to your inbox free: https://interdrone.com/newsletters/Articles from the recording:1) Kittyhawk announces Air Control enterprise-driven UTM platform - https://dronedj.com/2020/10/08/kittyhawk-announces-air…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Nicholas Flom, the Executive Director for the Northern Plains Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Test Site. We spoke about DJI being named the top commercial drone maker with an estimated 70% market share, the BVLOS network North Dakota is building and Nick and his team's role in the initiative, the…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Helena Samsioe, Founder & CEO GLOBHE, a global drone service provider in Sweden. She is also a Forbes World's Top 50 Women in Tech. GLOBHE launched the world’s first Crowddroning platform where drone pilots around the world take on paid freelance missions to deliver drone data to GLOBHE clients a…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Jennifer Richter, Partner at Akin Gump LLP. Jennifer is a subject matter expert for the FCC, the FAA, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). We spoke about: - Skydio's BVLOS Waiver for Bridge Inspections - Anti-drone tech’s tangled regulatory landscape - Women to Watch in the Drone Indust…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Tom Walker, CEO of DroneUp. DroneUp provides end to end services for autonomous missions.We spoke about a drone which carried a human kidney over Las Vegas desert in what could be the future of organ transportation, Walmart using drones to deliver Covid-19 tests, and DJI's new 'Local Mode', which…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Skip Fredericks, Drone Cinematographer and Instructor, and Founder of Hollywood Drones. We spoke about the FAA slowly moving toward the certification of drones through the Part 21 framework, states which are taking drone laws and UAS regulation into their own hands by passing legislation, and new…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Mark McKinnon, Partner at Fox Rothschild LLP.Mark has nearly three decades of experience in aviation and transportation law. He is particularly well versed in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) law, assisting clients in their efforts to obtain approval for complex commercial UAS operations, includin…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Randall Warnas, the Global sUAS Segment Leader at FLIR. FLIR designs and develops technology solutions to enhance perception and awareness for drones and other systems. We spoke about Amazon winning FAA regulatory approval for its Prime Air drone delivery fleet through the current Part 135 framew…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, we sat down with Amber Wilson, Manager of Aviation Technology for the Virginia Department of Aviation, Scott Drew, Project Manager at ATA and Virginia FIX, and John Eberhardt, CTO at ATA, and the program manager for their UAS practice.We spoke about Virginia Flight Information Exchange (FIX), the Virginia Depart…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with David Benowitz, the newly appointed Head of Research. David took over for Colin Snow in early August.In this episode we discuss DJI layoffs, an amendment which would place a ban on foreign drone us in any US government agency, and the latest DroneAnalyst report, "New FAA Data Offers Insight on US…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, we sat down with Ernest Huffman, who manages the Aviation Department for the North Central Texas Council of Government (NCTCOG); he was recently promoted to the Aviation Planning and Education Program Manager. Ernest also leads up the North Texas UAS Safety and Integration Task Force, which is comprised of 260+ …
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, we sat down with Gokul Srinivasan, the Director of Technology at Robots.Expert. Gokul has worked in drones and UAS since 2013, has an education background in robotics (unmanned aerial systems) and artificial intelligence, was listed as one of the top 5 founders in Finland in 2019 (Nordic Startup Awards), and eve…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Romeo Durscher, Senior Director of Public Safety Integration, at DJI, and Scott Parazynski, physician, astronaut, and tech CEO, recently inducted into the US Astronaut Hall of Fame. A veteran of five Space Shuttle flights and seven spacewalksSpeakers:Romeo Durscherhttps://twitter.com/romeochhttps…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Ramon Roche, Program Manager at Dronecode, a nonprofit hosted under the Linux Foundation, dedicated to fostering open-source components and their communities. Ramon and his team also just finished hosting the PX4 Developer Summit; PX4 is an open-source flight control software for drones and other…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, we spoke about The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announcing $13.4 million in Title III investments as part of the CARES Act which was given to AirMap, ModalAI, Skydio, Graffiti Enterprises, and Obsidian Sensors, Canada proposing to allow low-risk BVLOS operations for large drones, a new campaign calling for a…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Michael Blades, Vice President - Aerospace, Defense & Security at Frost & Sullivan and Brian Garret-Glaser, reporter at Avionics International.We spoke about Elbit Systems’ new StarLiner which can fly for 36 hours as high as 30,000 feet, Dubai taking the first steps in creating a commercial drone…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast, we sat down with Anthony DeMolina, CEO and Founder of Tactical Drone Concepts. We spoke about Echodyne’s new pocket-sized radar and the use cases this may have for both counter UAS and collision avoidance onboard, Mount Everest surveyors flying a drone at 28,300 feet, the New DJI drone rescue map, the courses he…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast, we sat down with Sally French, aka The Drone Girl from TheDroneGirl.com and Paul Wheeler, the Unmanned Aerial Systems Program Manager for the Utah Department of Transportation. We spoke about the latest DAC (Drone Advisory Committee) meeting, the DroneUp study which found drone delivery pilots preferred manual f…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Chris Anderson, CEO of 3DR. Chris is the CEO of 3D Robotics, founder of the Linux Foundation Dronecode Project and founder of the DIY Drones and DIY Robocars communities. From 2001 through 2012 he was the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. Before Wired he was with The Economist for seven years in…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Dawn K. Zoldi, the Founder and CEO at P3 Tech Consulting, and Miriam McNabb, the Editor in Chief at DroneLife.com. We discussed the completion of first drone deliveries to a vessel at the Port of Rotterdam, Skydio’s ‘Surveillance Drone’ receiving million in government contracts, DroneUp pilots an…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast we sat down with Dr. Tulinda Larsen.Dr. Larsen is currently researching the commercial UAS and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) markets and is serving as UAM Editor for Airinsight, an advisor to Deseret UAS, a Utah nonprofit to promote economic development through research and testing of unmanned aerial systems and UAM a…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Brandon Torres Declet, the Co-Founder and CEO of Measure, and Carmaine Means, Founder of Drone Girl Photography. We discussed Wing’s drone delivery services and their increased demand, India using drones to beat back locusts, the award winning Remo-M, Autel’s lawsuit against DJI, and more!o 02:30…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast we sat down with Amit Ganjoo of ANRA Technologies, and Billy Kyle, drone pilot, entrepreneur, and founder of the Billy Kyle YouTube channel. We discussed:- 04:00 - DJI Drones Could Be Kicked Out of US Market After Losing Patent Suit- 11:00 – Man shoots down drone, gets hit with felony charges in Minnesota- 21:17 …
 
The DJI Matrice 300, Mosquito-level object avoidance, & Interview with Andrew Elefant from KittyhawkThis week on the InterDrone podcast we sat down with Andrew Elefant of Kittyhawk, and Kara Murphy, drone writer, photographer, and pilot. We discussed:- 01:30 - The new DJI Matrice 300- 12:00 – Drone manufacturing using a mosquito’s ‘aerodynamic imag…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast we sat down with Vic Moss of Moss Photography and DroneU, and Brian Garret-Glaser of Access Intelligence. We discussed:- The FAA’s new drone training initiative- Canada forming a new consortium to promote the commercializing of drones and air taxi- ‘Agility Prime’ – The Air Force’s initiative to promote the comme…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast we sat down with Sally French, aka The Drone Girl, and Douglas Spotted Eagle of Sundance Media Group.Sally French and the InterDrone team discussed a number of news stories from the DJI Mavic Air 2 Release, the FAA granting a BVLOS waiver, CVS, UPS, & DroneUp delivering prescriptions during COVID to retirement co…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, the team sat down with Keenan Newton, a Lieutenant and the UAS coordinator for the Lynwood Fire Department in Illinois. Keenan brings over 15 years of experience in the fire service, including over 10 years of experience with radio-controlled aircraft and drones, and 15 years of public speaking experience. To ge…
 
This week on the InterDrone Podcast, the team sat down to discuss DJI’s rebuttal of the rumors that they’re closing their US operations, they discussed using drones to disinfect large indoor areas to rid them of COVID-19, the petition for a drone emoji, and more. Podcast Speakers:• Mike Pehel, InterDrone• CJ Smith, InterDrone• Kara Murphy, Remote P…
 
This week on the InterDrone podcast we were joined by Alan Perlman of UAV Coach to talk about the latest news in drones. We spoke about DJI purging its United States operations due to complications with the coronavirus, what happens to Part 107 test takers and renewals when the FAA test centers are closed due to the pandemic, and Iris Automation en…
 
The term UTM originated out of NASA, but it has come to mean many things in the drone community. Some people think of it as an app on their phone and others have a grander vision of a unified air traffic control system. Andrew Carter and his team at ResilienX are thinking about it one layer deeper, as a series of endpoints, both physical and virtua…
 
We invited Dan Elwell back on the podcast in his new role as Deputy Administrator of the FAA. Last time we spoke with him, Dan was taking up the mantle of Acting Administrator and had just told the InterDrone audience the FAA was “open for business.” This year, his InterDrone focused on how the FAA was supporting that business through the UAS IPP a…
 
In this episode, we invited Michael Chasen, CEO of PrecisionHawk. Michael holds the distinguished honor of being the first guest to appear a second time on the podcast. Under his direction, PrecisionHawk has been focusing on expanding its suite of services while at the same time providing ever greater specialization for the industries it's serving.…
 
This episode's guest is bringing a voice and organization to the drone pilot community from the ground up. Chris Anderson Drone Trainer started small not knowing square one about drones and is now a seasoned and successful drone business owner teaching others. His Drone Trainer podcast is hands down the largest collection of pilot interviews out th…
 
The First PX4 Developer Summit in Zurich marked an inflection point for the developer community and the industry as a whole. More than 200 developers from 20 countries filled the halls of ETH Zurich, the birthplace of PX4, to learn how they could contribute to the fastest growing open source code base for UAVs.The core developers in the community a…
 
Richard Lopez is the National UAS Operation Executive with Hensel Phelps Construction Co., an employee-owned company founded in 1937 that over the last 80 years has grown to be one of the nation’s most recognized general contractors, serving both public and private clients. Richard leads the implementation of new sUAS technology, software, and adva…
 
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association is a non-profit political organization that advocates for general aviation. With the advent of drones they've grown to include remote pilots among their membership. Aside from political advocacy and promoting the safety in the skies, they provide training and legal services to their members. They are on te…
 
If you're trying to obtain a waiver from the FAA you should be looking into SORA. The Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA)guidance represents the consensus of various national aviation authorities on a common process to identify, qualitatively assess, and manage the safety risk posed by unmanned aircraft systems(UAS), when preparing the safet…
 
Isabelle Nyroth grew up in an a family of RC enthusiasts. Becoming a drone pilot was a natural progression for her. These days she's all about the aerial data provided by the automated industrial drones of Airobotics.We discuss her new role as US Project Manager and how Airobotics helps customers in the mining industry improve safety and efficiency…
 
This episode is a kind of a sequel to the previous one. To take you on an in-depth tour of the Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) Mark McKinnon of LeClaire Ryan joins the podcast to lend his perspective. Mark has worked for over 25 years in all areas of aviation and transportation law, including litigation, appellate, regulatory and oth…
 
The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) and Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) from the FAA are currently up for public commentary and represent a significant opportunity for every player in the drone industry to help shape the future of regulation in the United States.To discuss the importance of the NPRM and ANPRM, we asked Christoph…
 
In today’s episode we are going to talk about Illinois’ Mutual Aid Box Alarm System MABAS. Like its statewide technical rescue, water rescue, hazardous materials and US&R capabilities, MABAS is implementing a statewide UAS program that would allow for the deployment of Drone Teams through its mutual aid network. To speak about MABAS we have Kevin L…
 
Judith Sherman is currently the Chief of HIV and AIDS at UNICEF Malawi. Her career in international public health began in 1988. She has been living in Africa since 1992, including Guinea, Morocco, Zimbabwe and Malawi. Her interest in using drones to advance health outcomes began in 2014 with an in-flight magazine and a casual conversation with a d…
 
Gail Orenstein has been a photographer for 23 years. She lives in London and is a member of The NUJ and The International Press Association. She has travelled often on her own to 84 countries and started her journey documenting prisoners in Guatemala.In recent years Gail has added UAVs to her kit while covering conflict zones, natural disasters. Sh…
 
Ever the technologist, tinkerer and entrepreneur, Christopher Eyhorn parlayed his aviation experience into the world of drone technology. As co-founder of DroneSense, he seeks to continually innovate and build first class software in the rapidly evolving space.DroneSense has exploded in the public safety space by providing a soup-to-nuts platform f…
 
If you've ever dreamed of a future with drones delivering packages and running inspections in perfect harmony with civilian air traffic, NASA's UAS Traffic Management (UTM) project is laying the groundwork for such a world through independent research and collaboration with private industry.Joseph Rios serves as the Chief Engineer for NASA’s UTM, p…
 
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