Game of Drones: Season 2 with Markus Scherer | New GA Tech

by Global Sky Team

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Ipsos Business Consulting Director Markus Scherer returns for another wide-ranging conversation with ASG’s Max Buirski about China’s commercial drone production, the advent of nano drones, safety and certification, fleet management, drone light shows replacing fireworks, massive drone swarms, artificial intelligence and why Max is worried about the future of humanity.

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China’s commercial drone production


The advent of nano drones


Analyzing data in real-time


Safety in high-density cities


Fleet management and servicing


Certification challenges


Drone light shows replacing fireworks


The fear of massive drone swarms


The need to regulate artificial intelligence


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