On November 11, the Aviation Safety & Security Program’s Aircraft Accident Investigation Laboratory hosted a panel discussion on the future of remotely piloted aircraft, or drones. The event, organized by the program and the USC Alumni Veterans Network, featured a panel discussion that answered questions and provoked discussion amongst the veterans and the greater USC alumni community.
The discussion panel, moderated by Thomas Anthony, program director, included the following experts:
- Harrison Wolf, lead program manager, researcher and developer of Unmanned Aircraft Systems for the USC Aviation Safety & Security Program
- Andy Thurling, Chief Test Pilot at AeroVironment, Air Force veteran and Aviation Safety & Security Program instructor
- Nora Ayanian, Ph.D, Assistant Professor and Director of the Automatic Coordination of Teams (ACT) Lab at USC
This panel discussion came about through The Aviation Safety & Security Program’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program, which is centered around the semiannual Safety Management Systems for Remotely Piloted Vehicles course. Anyone interested in this effort may enroll in the course, which will again take place April 18-22, 2016.
Published on November 12th, 2015
Last updated on November 8th, 2017