DRONE ENABLE Symposium
UAS Operations, Cooperative Separation of Stratospheric Ops, Meituan Presents
UAS Operations Over the High Seas Many States and UAS operators are interested in, or are already conducting, UAS operations over the high seas. However, under the current regulatory regime, such operations must be approved by the State of Registry and be conducted in accordance with ICAO Annex 2— Rules of the Air which clearly states that “these rules apply without exception”. This panel will discuss the challenges of, and potential solutions to, enabling uncertificated UA operations in high seas airspace. Cooperative Separation of Stratospheric Operations As the development of UTM moves forward enabling various unmanned aircraft operations at low altitude, how can UTM principles be applied to the management of high-level airspace above current commercial flight trajectories? Industry operators will share their collaboration as they work together to foster industry-based cooperative separation at high altitudes; discuss how regulators could enable UTM at high altitude; and what cooperation with ANSPs would look like. Presentation from Yinian Mao, Senior Director of Engineering, Meituan-Dianping and Meituan Project Lead, Meituan Autonomous Delivery
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