Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Symposium
Keynote Speech & RPAS Operations Impact on other stakeholders
Mr. Logan Jones, Senior Director HorizonX & NeXt, Boeing
RPAS Operations – Impact on other stakeholders:
When introducing any new type of airspace user into the existing air navigation system, potential safety or efficiency impacts on other airspace users may emerge. This session will investigate the disruptive impact of RPAS operations on other airspace users and potential mitigations for maintaining a safe and efficient system.
Moderator: Ms. Leslie Cary, Chief, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, ICAO.
Mr. Jeffrey D. Richards, Air Traffic Controller and RPAS and UAVs Subject Matter Expert, IFATCA
Mr. Pirasuth Sasunee, Technical Advisor, IFALPA
Mr. SL Wong, Head of Technical & Industry Affairs, ACI
Mr. Daniel Vaca, Head ATM Harmonization and Global Policy, IATA
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Moderator: Mr. Filippo Tomasello, Seni...