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Next tech developments for UAS - AHS Unmanned Systems Meeting

Discussion in 'Recreational sUAS Flyers Discussions' started by filmfly, Jan 17, 2015.

  1. filmfly

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    Posted by filmfly, Jan 17, 2015 #1
    As I was reading over the things being discussed at next week's "Specialists' Meeting on Unmanned Rotorcraft Systems", I realized quite a lot of you would likely be pretty interested. This is a technical conference being presented by the Arizona chapter of AHS International, which is "the world's only international technical society for engineers, scientists and others working on vertical flight technology."

    Members and speakers will include:

    Angelo Scardullo - Boeing Unmanned Rotorcraft Systems Program Manager
    Dr. Mica Endsley-Jones - Chief Scientist of the US Air Force
    Ajay Sehgal - Chief Engineer, Wyle Aerospace (Navy)
    Dr. Barbara Lindauer - Director, Autonomous Systems, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
    Steve Mastin - Northrup Grumman, Corp.
    and researchers from various universities

    They'll be discussing things like:

    Autonomy: Developing Technology for Emerging Markets.
    Sense and Avoid for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle using ADS-B
    Remotely Piloted Vehicles in Future US Air Force Operations
    GPS-Free Navigation for Micro Aerial Vehicles


    I'll be there on behalf of the ACUAS, and I'm looking forward to learning as much as possible. It will be great to see what those on the other end of the UAS spectrum have on the way.

    For anyone interested the event is in Phoenix, AZ on Jan 20-22.
    Here's a link to more info:
    http://www.vtol.org/events/unmanned-rotorcraft-systems
     
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