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Clyde The Mountain Lion
Mar 31, 2016

The Future of Drones

Mar 31, 2016 by Clyde The Mountain Lion

The Future of Drones
...where does it intersect with Ethics?

April 12, 2016
on the UCCS campus


Plan to join us and select from one of five topic specific workshops and/or
the following panel discussion with industry experts
FREE and open to the public - registration is required

2:00-2:45 pm Workshops on:
Design and Innovation

Creating Viability and Accountability for stakeholders
with Romeo Durscher, DJI - Director of Education and
Andrew Ketsdever, PhD, UCCS Associate Professor,
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Public and Private Business Partnering
Enhancing our Communities within the Rule of Law
with Jason T. Kelly, Alamosa County Attorney and
Steve Dant, Chief Executive Officer of Fox 21

Security
Department of Defense UAV platforms private industry can adopt to ensure
Respect, Trust and Integrity with Constantine Diehl, Director Business Development and
interim CEO of Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and Colonel Dawn M.K. Zoldi USAF,
Staff Judge, Advocate, HQ US Air Force Academy

Ethical Implications of Global Drone Usage
Hear from Steve Recca, Executive Director,Center for Human Security,
UCCS School of Public Affairs and Lt Col Tidgewell from the USAFA faculty

Sports
Use of Drones for building Integrity and Fairness within Sports
with UCCS Brian Hardy, Assistant Director of Athletics for Athletic Medicine and
Alex Koehler, Assistant Athletics Director/Director of Compliance


3 - 5 pm Panel Discussion on:
The Future of Drones...
where does it intersect with Ethics?

Moderated by:
Les Kodlick, Corporate Communications Consultant,Brig. Gen., USAF, Ret.

with experts from
UCCS faculty, Unites States Air Force Academy,
Alamosa County, Drone Manufacturers, and Fox 21 News.

Panel will be discussing the ethical issues around industry growth,
regulatory organizations, homeland security, municipality partnering
and applications, sports applications, and design all in an interactive

format that will include opportunities for audience participation.
Workshops results will be reported out to the audience.


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Reception for all registered attendees immediately following panel discussion.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Liz Moore at emoore@uccs.edu.