SYMPOSIUM “ALL ABOUT AUTONOMY” :: FEB 28- MAR 1 2019 :: SAN FRANCISCO CADzks93ks2019-01-01T08:11:52+00:00
AUVSI SILICON VALLEY SYMPOSIUM 2019
If you attended Silicon Valley 2015 UTM at NASA Ames, then you will appreciate the February/March events we have in store this year. The symposium kicks off chapter events for the year of discussion on UTM TCL4, BVLOS, Remote ID/DAA, and ASTM/ISO. For those who miss the AUVSI FAA UAS Symposium in early February, consider a warm up for two days with Silicon Valley Chapter hospitality and much more…
Detect & avoid with remote id will bring better behavior to the industry in 2019, the symposium will identify and discuss how the uncooperative UAS will impact safety?
How will a self certification 333 historical ways of doing business be impacted by new regulation now in effect?
What does the regulatory environment do to cost of doing business for any unmanned technology? What opportunities does this present to member entrepreneurs?
FAA re-authorization points to the need to rapidly deploy UTM and unmanned service providers, how does TCL4 and changes at the FAA move the industry fast-forward to 2020?
How can UAS centers of excellence promote values that build the public trust for unmanned systems?
1 Year after the re-authorization bill was passed, the FAA is required to submit a set of recommendations that will codify our industry, what can we expect?
How 16 million miles of Waymo have changed the need for curb space in cities, how will autonomy and human factors impact intelligent transportation systems?
Autonomous airborne, surface or subsurface fleets will impact inspection businesses monitoring legacy infrastructure like power lines in California, what are the impact of not enacting legislation in 2019?