Robin Murphy

Dr. Robin R. Murphy is the Raytheon Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University and a director of the Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue.

She is an AAAS, ACM, and IEEE Fellow, a TED speaker, and the author of over 200 papers and four books including the award-winning Disaster Robotics. Dr. Murphy has deployed ground, aerial, and marine robots to over 30 disasters in five countries since the 9/11 World Trade Center. She led the first use of small drones for a disaster, Hurricane Katrina, in 2005 with subsequent deployments to Fukushima, Hurricane Harvey, the Surfside collapse, and numerous other floods, landslides, and hurricanes.

Meet our 2022 Hall of Fame Inductees

Anita Sengupta

Hydroplane Ltd.

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Erin Roesler

Director of Operations

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Fiona Lake

Founder
Rural Drone Academy

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Huy Tran

Director of Aeronautics

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Jennifer Pidgen

Creator of Opportunities
(COO)

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Lisa Ellman

Partner, Hogan Lovells
Executive Director, Commercial Drone Alliance

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Marilyn Pearson

Global Regulatory Lead
AAM/eVTOL/UAS

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Miriam McNabb

Editor

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Robin Murphy

Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

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Sabrina Saunders-Hodge

Director, Research, Engineering & Analysis Division
FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Office

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Sally French

Founder
The Drone Girl

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Tracy Lamb

CEO

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