The Innovation Xchange was developed as a way to disseminate information and encourage collaboration between disparate groups working on similar programs in the UAS industry. Speakers included people from academia, military, government and private industry. More than 90 attendees, reflecting the same diverse groups as the speakers, registered for and attended the event.

“With the tremendous growth in the UAS industry and the relocation of Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) to the Augusta region, we felt the program would be very timely to the region,” stated Herbert Judon, Jr., Executive Director, Augusta Regional Airport.vvvv

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