NASA Hosts A Drone Related Conference

///NASA Hosts A Drone Related Conference

NASA Hosts A Drone Related Conference

This July 28th through the 30th, NASA and the Silicon Valley Chapter AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International) are co-hosting the NASA UTM 2015: The Next Era of Aviation. With the widespread increase of low-altitude drones, NASA and AUVSI are being proactive by creating a collaborative environment, where partners can contribute, and help shape the future of UAS traffic management. Participants can engage in small-group discussions that will shape the future of low-altitude drone traffic management. Registration costs vary depending upon the type of registration, i.e. general registration, student registration, etc.

In addition to the group discussions, the event will also feature panel speakers.

The three-day event will bring together a broad international and U.S. audience of government and civilian representatives including leaders from industry, and academia to discuss, understand, and define the UAS impact and challenges ahead.

Panel speakers will discuss low altitude traffic management with reference to:

  • Policy issues, including privacy, safety and security
  • Emerging markets and operations
  • Strategies for low-altitude traffic management
  • International perspectives

You are invited to NASA UTM 2015: The Next Era of Aviation

If you are planning on attending, here is the address and contact information.

NASA Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Traffic Management Convention, July 28-30

NASA Ames Research Center
Naval Air Station,
Moffett Field, Mountain View, CA 94035

www.info@svc-auvsi
(650) 604-5000

 

 

By | 2015-06-16T17:29:48+00:00 June 17th, 2015|Drone Events, Drones|Comments Off on NASA Hosts A Drone Related Conference

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