In this webinar we’ll take a close look at the ways that current and potential policies that ban drones and drone components based solely on where they are manufactured could impact various industries in the U.S. as well as public safety agencies that are actively fighting the spread of COVID-19.
Jordan has worked on policy and public affairs efforts at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at the Chamber Technology Engagement Center, focusing on Autonomous Vehicles, drones, and AI. He’ll be drawing from his deep experience helping to shape UAS policy to talk about the ways that a country-of-origin ban in the U.S. could have a far-reaching impact on drone programs at both private companies and public safety agencies, as well as providing an overview of what the future might look like on the regulatory front for drones in the U.S.
Romeo brings years of experience in science-related education to his work at DJI. For thirteen years, he worked at NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, where he oversaw education and project management. He joined DJI as the Director of Education in 2015. In that role he oversaw education and training efforts in the U.S., helping to create general training materials and establish and maintain club relations across education, hobby, corporate, and government drone industry stakeholders. In 2017, Romeo became DJI’s Director of Public Safety Integration and began managing DJI’s work with the Public Safety sector, which includes supporting public safety agencies in creating drone programs and integrating drones into their work.