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Webinar Series: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Part 1)
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Webinar Series: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Part 1)

The Department of Homeland Security/Infrastructure Protection in coordination with the Regional Consortium Coordinating Council (RC3) and the State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Government Coordinating Council (SLTTGCC) presents a three part Joint Critical Infrastructure Partnership (JCIP) Webinar Series: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)/Drones...Hovering Friends or Foes? GITA is a supporting organization of this event.

When: March 3, 2016
12:00 PM CST
Where: United States

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Narrative: With the growing opportunities and concerns around the use of UAV /Drones across the United States, organizations in both government and the private sector are working to better understand and utilize this emerging technology to address day-to-day operational issues; deter threats from bad characters; and create better policy and leverage experiences, best practices and investments in the future.

The first topic in this series will focus on UAV/Drone Technology and will include panelists from the Technology sector. The Webinar will be followed by participant Q&A and open discussion.



  • Kevin Gambold, Unmanned Experts, CEO
  • Chris Valler, GoFLOT, CEO
  • William “Tom” Hewitt, Department of Homeland Security, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Deputy Team Chief, Technical Capabilities Assessment Team
  • Kenneth Geyer, Liteye Systems Inc, CEO

Keywords: UAV, drone, technology, DHS


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