Don’t miss out on Michael Robbins of AUVSI on the Drone Radio Show, as he and host Randy Goers talk about efforts to enhance U.S. competitiveness in the drone market– and why this is vital to make sure financial development, security and security.
Michael Robbins is Chief Advocacy Officer at the Association for Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International. AUVSI is the world’s biggest not-for-profit company committed to the development of uncrewed systems and robotics. It represents corporations and specialists from more than 60 nations associated with academic community, market and federal government. AUVSI members operate in the defense, business and civil markets.
Since signing up with AUVSI in 2020, Michael leads all advocacy, tactical interaction, and cybersecurity efforts. In 2015, he co-founded an organization consulting company, Intrepid, and functions as its Chief Operating Officer. Prior to beginning Intrepid, Michael acted as Managing Director of Government and Public Affairs at the Air Line Pilot Association, International. Before that, he invested a years in the workplace of the late Congressman John Dingell in Michigan, where he acted as the Chief of Staff. Michael serves on the board of the Greater Washington Aviation Open and the National Advanced Mobility Consortium. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree from Georgetown University and is an officer in the United States Navy Reserve.
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