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Slide 2 - Global Hawk Strategic Reconaissance
Slide 3 - Predator Hunter-Killer
Slide 4 - Hobbyist 'Micro-Drones' Surveillance
Slide 5 - Military 'Micro-Drones' Tactical Reconnaisance
Slide 6 - 'Nano-Drones'
Slide 7 - Drone Swarms
Slide 8 - Submersible Drones ?
Slide 9 - Some Failures First UK law enforcement use Lost in the Mersey River off Liverpool (BBC 2011) First Australian media use Lost off Christmas Island (Corcoran 2012) First US police-owned drone, in Texas Crashed into a police vehicle (Biddle 2012) In South Korea, a drone crashed into its control truck, killing 1, and injuring 2 'remote' pilots (Marks 2012) Micro-drones in CBDs Auckland (Mortimer 2012), Sydney (Kontominas 2013)
Slide 10 - Drones Roger Clarke Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd, Canberra Visiting Professor in Computer Science, ANU, Canberra Visiting Professor in Cyberspace Law & Policy, UNSW, Sydney http://www.rogerclarke.com/SOS/Drones {-E, -I, -RPS, -RBP} .html ANU Summer Scholar Series 27 November 2013
Slide 11 - What Technical Challenges? Scalability of safeguards To achieve low cost, compromise what?
Slide 12 - What Technical Challenges? Scalability of safeguards To achieve low cost, compromise what? How much autonomy? Stability, obstruction-avoidance, flight-path
Slide 13 - What Technical Challenges? Scalability of safeguards To achieve low cost, compromise what? How much autonomy? Stability, obstruction-avoidance, flight-path Reliance on data-feeds, control-feeds Protection of data-feeds, control-feeds Fail-Safe / Fail-Soft means what exactly?
Slide 14 - What Technical Challenges? Scalability of safeguards To achieve low cost, compromise what? How much autonomy? Stability, obstruction-avoidance, flight-path Reliance on data-feeds, control-feeds Protection of data-feeds, control-feeds Fail-Safe / Fail-Soft means what exactly? Fly as a Swarm or Flock, how exactly?
Slide 15 - What Policy Challenges What Uses? What new Risks arise? What existing Risks are significantly exacerbated? Public Safety – accidents, violence Behavioral Privacy What Regulatory Framework applies? Is the regulatory framework appropriate? (large, small, micro, nano, swarms) Is the regulatory framework being adapted?