Tips to getting advanced drone operations off the ground

With drones becoming increasingly automated, the level of involvement of humans in command has also been sufficiently reduced, so much so that they become Remote Operators instead of Remote Pilots.

In this panel session, we joined industry experts to discuss what is required for successful beyond visual line of sight operations (BVLOS) operations, end-user’s responsibility, and examine the liability applicable between air authorities and drone operators.

Speakers:

  • Stewart Marsh, Head of Aerospace, Cambridge Consultants
  • Philippe Saint-Martin, CEO, Videodrone, FIXAR
  • Brendan Groves, Head of Regulatory and Policy Affairs, Skydio
  • Danielle Gagne, Editorial Analyst, Commercial UAV News (moderator)

Watch the webinar on demand here.

 

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Stewart Marsh
Head of Aerospace, Cambridge Consultants

As head of aerospace at Cambridge Consultants, Stewart leads the company’s collaboration within the sector. Central to Stewart’s role is helping companies achieve complex technology breakthroughs that unlock transformative business value. This has included a world-first Push-to-Talk satellite service and an innovative beyond visual line-of-sight UAV solution using low power satellite technology. 
 

With over 20 years’ technology experience, Stewart has held a range of senior technology roles and has a wealth of expertise across aerospace, mobile communications, location-based services, transportation, and traffic control technology. Stewart holds a BSc in Computer Science and Electronics and is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the IET. 

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