Colorado-based P3 Tech Consulting LLC announces that it has partnered with the Energy Drone and Robotics Coalition (EDRC) to bring its world-class Law-Tech Connect™ Workshop (LTCW) platform to EDRC’s annual Summit this year. This co-located event will take place on Monday, June 12th at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott in Houston, Texas.
P3 Tech is a veteran and woman-owned business led by Dawn Zoldi (Colonel, USAF Retired), a licensed attorney and globally renowned industry expert. The company successfully launched its first LTCW at AUVSI Xponential 2022 in Orlando, Florida, last year. It has plans in the works for Xponential 2023 (May 8, Denver), in addition to this specialized energy sector edition at EDRC at the 7th Annual Energy Drone & Robotics Summit.
EDRC’s Summit is the most influential gathering of industrial, energy and engineering leaders in the world where the key challenges and solutions are addressed for operating drones, satellites, and robotics successfully, from the stars to the sea floor.
Every year, EDRC’s three-day event attracts, connects, and informs thousands of worldwide industrial uncrewed leaders in the rapidly growing energy sector. Stakeholders gain valuable insights into the business and technology of uncrewed systems, automation, and data/AI in energy operations. The Summit includes an expo hall, educational sessions, demonstrations, 1:1 meetings, networking events, and co-located events. The LTCW-Energy Edition will be one of those co-located events.
The programmed half-day Workshop at the Summit will provide dynamic energy sector-specific legal/regulatory/policy educational content relating to multi-domain autonomous systems and related technologies utilized in energy.
P3 Tech gears these events towards a broad audience of uncrewed ecosystem industry leaders, operators, attorneys, academia, government agencies, and nonprofits.
EDRC Managing Director, Sean Guerre, said, “At EDRC, we have historically focused on innovating energy operations with dynamic UAV, robotics, data, and automation solutions. We are ecstatic to bring Law-Tech Connect, with an energy focus in the legal, regulatory, and policy arena, to our event this year. This is a natural progression for us as we continue to build out our content and expand our network in the energy sector!”
Zoldi plans to curate another top-tier lineup of commercial industry, academic and attorney speakers. LTCW-Energy agenda topics will cover key legal issues relating to maritime environments, methane compliance, beyond visual line-of-sight operations, and critical infrastructure security. The workshop is anticipated to qualify as a Texas Bar-accredited Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program (4 credits).
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