Don’t miss AUVSI’s Scott Shtofman on the Drone Radio Show Podcast with host Randy Goers, as they discuss AUVSI’s Drone Prepared and more in the legislative landscape for drones.
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Scott Shtofman of AUVSI, talks about Drone Prepared, potential legislative opportunities, and how local and state lawmakers can position their states and localities to receive benefits of the growing UAS industry.
Scott Shtofman is Senior Manager of Grassroots Advocacy & Chapter Engagement for the Association of Uncrewed Vehicles Systems International. AUVSI is the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of uncrewed systems and robotics. It represents corporations and professionals from more than 60 countries involved in industry, government and academia. AUVSI members work in the defense, civil and commercial markets.
In December, AUVSI launched their largest-ever advocacy campaign to educate state and local lawmakers on industry-supported policy solutions to integrate commercial drone operations into the national air space . Called Drone Prepared, the multi-state initiative is designed to help lawmakers ensure that their state or locality is ready for the benefits the future of uncrewed and autonomous flight.
Scott is a licensed attorney, certificated Part 107 Remote Pilot and owner and pilot for Quad Axis LLC. He is a well-known policy expert on sUAS, having specialized in policy and operations consulting. Scott’s role with Drone Prepared is to manage the advocacy efforts with state and local entities.
In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Scott talks about Drone Prepared, potential legislative opportunities, and how local and state lawmakers can position their states and localities to receive benefits of the growing UAS industry.
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