DRONE ENABLE Webinar Series

DRONE ENABLE Webinar Series

The intent of this series of webinars is to foster the conversations around several key issues relating to unmanned aircraft system (UAS) and UAS traffic management (UTM). Additional topics applicable to the continued advancement of UAS, UTM systems, and urban/advanced air mobility (UAM/AAM), as well as the presentations selected from this year's request for information (RFI) submissions will be discussed during DRONE ENABLE 2021 being held 13-15 April and 20-21 April 2021.

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DRONE ENABLE Webinar Series
  • Certification of Automated Systems

    Technology Readiness, Acceptance, and Certification.
    Highly automated flight and operations are expected to support the needs related to pilot shortage, and scalability while maintaining safety. While a number of use cases for various levels of automation exist, the path towards readiness, accep...

  • UTM Operational Safety Analysis

    This session will provide perspectives on risk assessment practices and how services can be leveraged to increase UTM operational safety. Speakers representing civil aviation authorities, industry service providers, and operators will share their experience using different risk assessment methodo...

  • How AAM is to be managed and are ATM or UTM a solution?

    AAM will introduce the case where passengers and cargo will be transported by highly automated, remotely piloted, or optionally piloted aircraft.
    The panel will investigate requirements in terms traffic management services to support such operations and whether these requirements will lead AAM t...

  • UAS Separation Provision Service – do we need it?

    There is considerable effort being put into the development of concepts for UAS cooperative avoidance provision in a UTM environment, building on strategic planning and usually supported by DAA to provide collision-avoidance. Whilst this is in line with ICAO’s Conflict Management concept, given t...

  • ATM-UTM interface: how should separator’s responsibilities be managed

    The role of the separator is essential in conflict management. Even if temporarily delegated (cooperative separation) or in the case of distributed separation, the predetermined separator has to be identified by rules. At the current stage, no rules have been developed and separation minima betwe...

  • UAS-AG Update on Current Activities

    This webinar will provide an overview of the work being conducted by the ICAO UAs Advisory Group, to include its efforts on the ICAO UTM Framework, preparations for DRONE ENABLE/2022 and potential advanced air mobility efforts. In addition, ICAO will provide details on the DRONE ENABLE/2022 Reque...

  • Human Dimension in Unmanned Traffic Management

    With the ever-increasing dialogue on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), "drones" etc. the discussion is largely influenced by the technical and regulatory debate. How to safely grant UAS flight in segregated, hybrid and non-segregated airspace are some of t...

  • Road to Higher Autonomy

    The intent of this webinar is to discuss trends in automation and increasingly automated systems that will operate in the airspace. Additionally, the panelists will discuss the needs, benefits, challenges, technical capabilities, as well as operational approaches to the integration of increasing...

  • New Operating Environment and Flight Rules

    IATA has been working with an industry group on developing a concept paper for the future operation of new entrants taking into consideration advancements in technological application and increased reliance on automation (ground and airborne). With the evolution of automation and machine vision ...

  • Aeronautical Information Management for Unmanned Traffic Management

    The objective of this webinar is to solicit input and discuss key-aspects related to the management of aeronautical information in a UTM environment. Specific issue to be discussed include: The objective of this webinar is to solicit input and discuss key-aspects related to the management of aero...