FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta to Deliver Grand Opening Keynote Address at InterDrone

FAA Administrator Michael P. Huerta to Deliver Grand Opening Keynote Address at #InterDrone

MELVILLE, N.Y., July 31, 2017 — BZ Media LLC today announced that Michael P. Huerta, Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, will give the Grand Opening Keynote address at InterDrone, September 6 at 10:00 am. He will be joined at InterDrone by a high-level lineup of commercial drone thought leaders who will frame the state of the industry at the conference, being held September 6-8 at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas.


In addition to Mr. Huerta's Grand Opening Keynote, addresses will also be presented by:

* Greg Agvent, Senior Director of News Technology, CNN
* Michael Chasen, CEO, PrecisionHawk
* Biren Gandhi, Distinguished Strategist, Corporate Strategy, Cisco
* Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel
* Wahid Nawabi, CEO, AeroVironment
* Deepu Talla, Vice President, General Manager, Tegra Unit, NVIDIA
* Mike Winn, CEO, DroneDeploy

As Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, Mr. Huerta is responsible for the safety and efficiency of the largest aerospace system in the world overseeing a $15.9 billion dollar budget, and over 47,000 employees. The FAA is responsible for setting the legal requirements for the use of commercial drones in the United States.

More information on InterDrone—strictly for commercial drone builders, buyers and flyers—is open at www.InterDrone.com. For information on exhibiting or event sponsorships, please contact Ted Bahr at ted@bzmedia.com or +1 631-421-4158 x101.

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