Drones in Academia: An Administrative Look at Benefits and Risks

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Got drones? Unmanned Aerial Systems (a.k.a. "drones") are all the buzz across the country and university campuses are no exception. In addition to research projects, drones are being used for sporting events, entertainment, class projects and much more. In this webinar, experts in the field will discuss current trends in university drone usage and provide guidance on what administrators should pay attention to with a focus on safety, privacy, airspace regulations, policy and export regulations. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the applicable risks that your university should consider when addressing the usage of drones on and off campus. 
  • Know what regulations apply to the operation of drones on and off campus. 
  • Understand the basic elements of a successful drone policy. 

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Adam Grant, Export Compliance Officer and Director of the Division of Research, Extramural Collaborations Office, University of Maryland
Mark Peters, Institutional Research Compliance Officer, Oregon State University
Justine Kasznica, Technology and Commercial Transactions Attorney, Babst Calland
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