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UAS Weather Forum

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GENERAL INFORMATION:

Monday, October 5 | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Registration Fees: Complimentary for All Registered XPONENTIAL Attendees

DISCUSSIONS WILL COVER:

The UAS Weather Forum provides a platform for UAS operators; federal and state agencies; weather researchers and providers; trade groups; safety and insurance groups; UAS manufacturers; and others to:

  • Share experiences with expected and unexpected weather impacts
  • Engage in a dialogue about weather needs for UAS operations
  • Collect requirements for developing better weather guidance
  • Cultivate strategies on how to make progress with needed weather support
  • Assist regulators with safe integration of UAS into the national airspace system considering weather impacts
  • Explore opportunities for using UAS-sensed environmental information for enhanced situational awareness and better weather prediction
  • Facilitate weather education & outreach

Agenda

Matthias Steiner, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Welcome

Martin Fengler, Meteomatics
UAS operations in harsh environments – Impacts of icing on vehicle performance

Iraj Mantegh, National Research Council of Canada
Icing detection & protection on aerial vehicles – A historical perspective & outlook to future capabilities

John Fisher & Marilyn Pearson, Federal Aviation Administration
Icing certification – Regulatory & operational challenges for BVLOS operations

Apoorva Bajaj, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Dealing with weather hazards in urban environments – CASA’s innovation ecosystem in Dallas / Fort Worth

Stephanie DiVito, Federal Aviation Administration
Emerging capabilities for monitoring icing conditions at low levels & off airports

James Pinto & Greg Thompson, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Fine-scale weather hazard prediction guidance of tomorrow

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