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Webinar Series: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Part 2)
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Webinar Series: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Part 2)

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 10, 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 second topic in this series will focus on Use Cases, Threats and Deterrents and will include panelists from both the government and private sector. The Webinar will be followed by participant Q&A and open discussion.



  • Steve Eisenrauch, Dominion Virginia Power
  • Bobby Hawthorne, Southern Company
  • Tony Hurley, First Energy
  • Kenneth Geyer, Liteye Systems Inc, CEO


Keywords: UAV, drone, technology, DHS, issues, regulations, use cases


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