COLORADO CONVENTION CENTER | DENVER
April 30 – May 3: Educational Program | May 1 - 3: Exhibits

Jay Shively

Human Systems Integration Project Engineer
NASA Ames Research Center

Profile

Jay Shively is currently the Sub-Project Manager for Detect and Avoid for NASA’s UAS Integration into the NAS project and the Human Autonomy Teaming lab. In this role, he leads a multi-disciplinary team across four NASA research centers to address barriers impeding the integration of UAS. To serve in this role, Jay transitioned to NASA after 25 years with the US Army. During his tenure with the Army, Jay was the Human Systems Integration group leader for the Aeroflightdynamics Directorate. In that role, he coordinated efforts on helicopter brown-out symbology, UAS ground station design, and cockpit design issues. He is also currently rapporteur for the Human in the system working group in the ICAO RPAS panel. Research interest include Human-Autonomy Teaming and UAS ground station design. Mr. Shively has published numerous papers, book chapters and conference presentations

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