Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Symposium
Building A Performance-Based Regulatory Env For RPAS Operations Are States ready
RPAS are creating a new industry with large economic potential. Their associated technologies and operating concepts are evolving rapidly. Globally, regulators are being challenged with the safe and efficient integration of RPAS into environments shared by a highly regulated and well-established manned aircraft industry. What regulatory and oversight solutions are currently available?
Moderator: Mr. Claude Hurley, President, Air Navigation Commission, ICAO
Mr. Everette Rochon, Manager, Flight Standards General Aviation and Commercial Division, FAA, United States
Mr. Damodaran Dilip Kumar, Joint General Manager (ATM), Airports Authority, India
Mr. Scott Duffy, Manager Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operations (RPAS), Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Australia
Mr. Paweł Szymański, Director of the Unmanned Aircraft Department, Civil Aviation Authority, Poland
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Moderator: Mr. Filippo Tomasello, Seni...
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Civil and military cooperation contributes to safety as well as capacity and efficiency of airspace. Collaboration enhances these further. As RPAS are introduced into the civil aviation environment, military lessons learned, as well as operational inputs, will optimize our progress on a regulator...
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Focus on China
Many exciting RPAS related activities are underway in China. What are they and what can the rest of the world learn from these activities?
Moderator: Mr. Yang Fei, Coordinator of UAS Leadership Office, Office of Air Traffic Regulation, CAAC, China
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