AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems Program Review 2012

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About AUVSI’s Unmanned Systems Program Review 2012

…Where Business Happens

Providing the latest information on government and industry programs for ground, air and maritime systems, this annual event is one of the most important to the unmanned systems community.

GROUND SYSTEMS DAY: Tuesday, 7 February 2012
AIR SYSTEMS DAY: Wednesday, 8 February 2012

MARITIME SYSTEMS DAY: Thursday, 9 February 2012

SPECIAL ADDRESS by Rep. Buck McKeon (R-Calif.), chair of the House Armed Services Committee and co-chair of the House Congressional Unmanned Systems Caucus on 8 February

Mr. Joe Sciabica, Executive Director, Air Force Research Laboratory
Mr. Rob Maline, Director, Joint Ground Robotics Enterprise, OSD JGRE
Dr. Daniel Schmoldt, National Program Leader, Instrumentation and Sensors, USDA, NIFA
Mr. Mark Borkowski, CTO, U.S. Customs & Border Protection
Mr. Chris Frangione, Senior Director, Energy and Environment Prize Development, X PRIZE Foundation
Mr. Brian Skibba, Robotics Technical Lead, Air Force Research Laboratory
Dr. James Overholt, Chief Scientist, Ground Robotics, U.S. Army
LtCol Brad “Myrtle” Beach, UAS Coordinator, HQMC Aviation, APX-50, U.S. Marine Corps
Col Karl Rozelsky, Global Hawk Program Director, U.S. Air Force
Mr. Craig McLean, Acting Assistant Administrator for Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, NOAA
Mr. Michael Bruch, Section Head, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific
Dr. Jonathan Bornstein, U.S. Army Research Laboratory – RDECOM STTC
Col James Rector, Program Manager PMA-263 NAVAIR, U.S. Marine Corps
CAPT James B. Hoke, Program Manager PMA-262, Persistent Maritime Unmanned Aircraft Systems, U.S. Navy
Mr. Graham Openshaw, Independent Technology Development Consultant, Offshore Oil & Gas Industry

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