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Philip Ingram MBE

Journalist – Security & Intelligence Specialist
Philip Ingram MBE BSc MA GCLI is a widely published journalist, specialising in the security and intelligence arenas, who has built on a long and senior career in British Military Intelligence, with years of experience in all aspects of intelligence and security as well as strategic planning.

Steve Reinharz

CEO of Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions
Chair of AI, Drones and Robotics Interest Group at the Security Industry Association (SIA)

Steve Reinharz is the CEO of Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc. and Founder and CEO of the company’s three wholly-owned subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), RAD-M, developing mobile security solutions, and RAG-G, specialising in software, firmware and engineering solutions for robotics.

Simon Bachelor

C/Insp NPCC Counter Drones, Legislation and Policy lead, Home Office Counter Drones Unit 
Simon is a Chief Inspector in the Metropolitan Police Service working for the National Police Chiefs Council Counter Drones Lead, BTP Chief Constable Lucy D’Orsi. He has nearly 30 years policing experience across a variety of roles. 

Robert Garbett

Founder and Chief Executive, Drone Major Group
Robert Garbett is an ex-army entrepreneur who in 2007 left the military as a Major following injury in service. He recovered sufficiently to embark on a new career in software development and cyber security, eventually focusing on the fast growth drone industry, which has utilised the skillset he built during his military career.

Richard Gill

The UK Drone Association / CEO of Drone Defence
Richard Gill is an accomplished record-breaking and award-winning technology innovator, entrepreneur, drone expert, public speaker and commercial industry professional. Richard’s former life as an officer in the British Armed Forces brought exposure to the benefits of Drones in operational theatres around the world, whilst also highlighting some of the challenges

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