What’s the best way to secure energy infrastructure with drones? Free, live event digs into answers

Whether you’ve sworn off travel because you got caught up in the United flight meltdown over the past weekend, you’re sick of paying high travel prices, or you just like living in the digital world, here’s a treat: one of the best drone events of 2023 for the energy side of the industry is recreating one of its in-person panels with a live, virtual version. It’s all set to happen next week. If you’re in the business of understanding how to secure energy infrastructure with drones, then this is a live panel not to be missed.

The crew from the Law-Tech Connect Energy Edition is set to deliver a similar version of a panel it already hosted, this time for the digital world. It’s scheduled for Tuesday, July 11 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. MT. Titled “A Holistic Approach to Securing Energy Infrastructure,” the panel will include the following speakers:

  • Mary-Caitlin Ray (Crowell Moring LLP)
  • Tom Adams (AeroVigilance)
  • Trent Teyema (CSG Strategies)
  • Jacob Canter (Crowell Moring)

That’s largely the same crew (though the moderator has been changed) that sat on the panel during the Law-Tech Connect: Energy Edition workshop, which occurred last month as part of the broader 7th Annual Energy Drone & Robotics Summit in Texas.

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Attending that panel would have required a $200 registration (not to mention your own efforts to get to Texas). Meanwhile, this live, virtual panel discussing how to secure energy infrastructure with drones is free to tune in to. Though, you will have to register ahead of time in order to gain access.

Here’s what you can expect to gain if you participate:

  • What the threat spectrum is like
  • The best all-domain uncrewed security and cybersecurity operations practices
  • How to implement drone operations within federal and state-level legal requirements
  • How to work under common private sector policies

And it’s set to be relevant to uncrewed security and cybersecurity operations in a range of fields, including counter-drone, AI cybersecurity, aerial drones, as well as uncrewed ground vehicle/UGV/drone dog models.

Next week’s free, live panel is organized by Law-Tech Connect, which has a solid history of hosting Law-Tech Connect Workshops at major drone events around the country, including two consecutive years at AUVSI XPONENTIAL plus the aforementioned, recent energy-focused version hosted at the 7th Annual Energy Drone & Robotics Summit in Houston, Texas.

But this is not the first time Law-Tech Connect has offered free, virtual versions of IRL workshops. Just last month, Law-Tech Connect launched a monthly legal webinar series focusing on various aspects of drone law and policy, such as counterdrone tech, intellectual property and using commercial, off-the-shelf drones in the battlefield. Similarly, it keeps knowledge free and gives anyone access to drone information, whether or not they have the resources to attend in-person drone events.

And for folks interested in the secure energy infrastructure side of things, this legal-oriented panel is set to deliver on offering up free information to anyone in the world.

To get in on all things law, security and energy infrastructure, tune in to the Law-Tech Connect panel on Tuesday, July 11 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. MT. And don’t forget to register.

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