Jun 10, 2021
Pramod Raheja is the Co-founder and CEO of Airgility, a top designer and manufacturer of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Airgility is building the enterprise platform for aerial intelligence by enabling autonomous aerial robotics that solve real-world problems to improve and save lives.
Outside of his work at Airgility, Pramod is a Captain for United Airlines and an active member of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. He also serves as a coach and mentor for FedTech and the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, as well as a Member of the Board of Directors at Mindshare.
Do you ever wonder what drones really know about you? Are you looking for a way to protect your data as unmanned aerial systems (UAS) become more and more common? If so, this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security is for you!
Let’s face it: personal drones are becoming more popular every year. Not only that, but UAS — specifically artificially intelligent drones — are now being used to positively transform the day-to-day safety of a variety of industries and professions. However, a drone is, as Justin Daniels puts it, a “data collection machine.” From facial recognition to personal location, the information that drones collect is highly valuable to ransomware attackers across the globe. So, what should you know about protecting your data in the age of artificially intelligent drones — and what are drone developers doing to protect the privacy and security of the general public?
In this episode of She Said Privacy/He Said Security, Jodi and Justin Daniels sit down with Pramod Raheja, the Co-founder and CEO of Airgility, to talk about the ins and outs of artificially intelligent drones. Listen in as Pramod explains how Airgility uses drones to promote safety and security, the common data-related concerns with autonomous drones, and the startling possibility of drone data becoming public information. Stay tuned!