Intel, Drone System Architect
Presentation title: Remote ID: Broadcast and Mobile Network Solutions
Remote ID is one of the fundamental services to unlock further privileges and applications of UAS in the airspace. As an equivalent to a “license plate” functionality, it provides a mechanism of accountability required for that next step in balancing public safety and the freedom to navigate the skies. It also adds an additional input to airspace awareness that can be leveraged in a deconfliction system.
Gabriel has been leading the ASTM Remote ID workgroup consisting of industry, government, and organizational stakeholders to bring a consensus solution to high priority application of Remote ID. He also served on the FAA’s Aviation Rulemaking Committee for Remote ID and Tracking. His work at Intel as a Drone System Architect involves working on the design of future drone products, as well as providing leadership and insight to standards and regulation. He has a history of developing client, server, and cloud hardware and software solutions with a very strong background in high-level systems, network engineering, software engineering, and security. Prior to Intel, he provided leadership roles at several startups — one of which he founded as one of the early Internet Service Providers in Texas in 1994. When not working on standards and products, Gabriel, along with his family, enjoy the privileges of travel and adventures that come with being a licensed Private Pilot and Remote Pilot.
Intel is hosting partner of the Connected Skies Forum, and member of the Global UTM Association.