Cybersecurity for Drones Energy Drone and Robotic
At the Energy Drone and Robotics Summit in Houston this week, a panel of experts discussed one of the most hotly debated issues facing the drone industry today: ensuring the cybersecurity of drone data, without sacrificing performance or cost effectiveness.
The panel approached cybersecurity from three unique perspectives. Andrew “AJ” Smith has been in law enforcement since 2016, helping to build out the drone unit in the Waco Police Department; he is now working at the Waco Sheriffs Office’s Aviation Unit.
Drew Smith began working with drones as an Army Reconnaissance Scout, and is now the CEO of Lone Star Drone, overseeing daily operations both nationally and internationally. Lone Star serves a wide range of clients in the government and industrial sectors, using a variety of hardware.
Kelly Brodbeck leads Teledyne FLIR’s new commercial drone program as the Product Manager of SIRAS, a drone for infrastructure inspection and public safety applications specifically…