In part two of an ongoing three part series, Aerial Services’ President & CEO Mike Tully addresses “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 2: Business and Privacy”. The entire series will be featured by Sensors & Systems (published by Matt Ball of Vector1 Media).
In part two, Mr. Tully considers the practical and justified privacy concerns UAS introduce. Further discussion focuses on the mesh of both allowing these innovations to proceed and business to grow due to them, while also addressing legit privacy issues. Here is a snippet:
“If the privacy of citizens is eroded by UAS or any technology, a system of rules is needed to ensure Americans’ freedoms are protected so they can enjoy the promise of the technology. The best laws protecting privacy are technologically neutral. To the extent regulations are adopted that unnecessarily target a specific technology, the regulatory burden will become oppressive, confusing, and nescient.”In part three of this series, Mike will discuss some of the amazing opportunities that may arrive in the next 5-10 years promising to transform a multi-billion dollar segment of our economy and much of the geospatial markets.
You can read the entire article “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 2: Business and Privacy” at Sensors & Systems.
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