Invitation to join Unmanned Aircraft Systems Traffic Management Convection at NASA
National Administration of Science and Administration Ames Research Center, California is going to hold an UAS UTM convection on July 28-30, which is aimed to provide a unique opportunity to engage in a small group discussions to help shape the future of unmanned low altitude vehicle traffic system. The NASA and Silicon Valley Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International official’s states, “we have already entered the new era of aviation and such unmanned vehicle have both civilian and commercial applications.”
Such remotely piloted and fully autonomous vehicle must have safe and effective integration to fly in national and international airspace. The vehicle must perform at its highest potential. This 3 days event will be joined by national and international industries heads, representatives and civilians to discuss on the various topics related to unmanned vehicle impact and its challenges. The hot discussion topics will be about policy issues regarding privacy, safety and security. Unmanned vehicle emerging markets and operations, talk about the strategies for low-altitude traffic management and international perspectives.
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