DRONE ENABLE, ICAO's Third Unmanned Aircraft Systems Industry Symposium (DRONE ENABLE/3) 12 - 14 November 2019 Montréal , CANADA

DRONE ENABLE, ICAO's Third Unmanned Aircraft Systems Industry Symposium (DRONE ENABLE/3)
12 - 14 November 2019 Montréal , CANADA
The ICAO DRONE ENABLE 2019 Symposium will bring together key stakeholders from government, industry, academia, and international organizations active in the unmanned aviation sector to exchange research, best practices, lessons learned and respective challenges. Attention will be given to complex issues related to the introduction of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and UAS traffic management (UTM). The aircraft registry network, which ICAO has spearheaded, will be described including its purpose, intended functionality and interaction with national registry systems. Best practices will also be discussed to address cyber issues, information management, uncertificated unmanned aircraft (UA) operations in high seas airspace, operations above FL600, rules of the air and more.
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Presentations from speakers of:
ICAO, IATA, FAA,IMP, ICCAIA, EANS, Airmac,Unify,Eiair, SESAR, AUVSI,Amazon Prime Air, Wing, Cans, ENRI, Queensland Institute of Technology, Circonio INC, UTM, CANSO, ENAC, Airmac; Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation,Innovation and Digitalization Unit; CORUS project, Thales, CRIDA, University of Batna2-Algeria, Airbus UTM, ResilienX, ATMRI Technological University Singapore, ASTM International, EUROCAE, FAA, DJI, WhiteFox Defense Technologies Inc. Vanuatu, RPAS Transport Canada, Cyberhawk, NOAA, NASA, Scene, Airbus/Zephyr, Boing/Aurora/Odysseus, Loon, BAE Systems, Eurocontrol, FOCA,
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