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Join a community of end users, technologists and policymakers working together to write the next chapter of autonomous innovation and assure its safe and seamless integration into everyday life. XPONENTIAL 2021 is a reimagined hybrid experience offering fresh insight across the full spectrum of unmanned innovation, from AI, to sensors, to cybersecurity. It’s more than an in-person gathering or a virtual event. It’s the best of both worlds.

Defense Energy Agriculture Retail + Logistics Public Safety Transportation Communications Mapping + Surveying Oil + Gas Construction Automated Vehicles Mining

Find new solutions
in unexpected places

From energy to transportation, construction to defense, and so many more opportunities for cross-market networking, AUVSI XPONENTIAL is the place to join the unmanned systems community including users, technologists and policymakers to collaborate on ideas, share lessons learned and build new partnerships.

Welcome to your XPONENTIAL Exhibitor Console!

The Exhibitor Console is your XPONENTIAL hub for all the information you need to know – from deadlines to promotional items - in one convenient location.

Important Dates and Information
Thank you for exhibiting at XPONENTIAL 2021, we look forward to seeing you at XPONENTIAL 2022 in Orlando, April 25-28. Click here to reserve your space.

A Preview of
What's to Come

Check out some sneak peek content shared ahead of the virtual and in-person events for AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2021.

Covering hot topics ranging from assured autonomy to social acceptance and digital infrastructure, the XPONENTIAL 2021 Preview Webinar Series remains a great resource!

Sessions Available On-Demand:

Assured Autonomy

With an XPONENTIAL 2021 theme of Assuring Autonomy, AUVSI was excited to welcome back XPONENTIAL 2020 keynote speaker Cara LaPointe to kick-off this webinar series. As with any technology, unmanned and autonomous systems need to prove themselves as safe and practical options that can reliably perform the operations for which they are designed before they can be seamlessly integrated into everyday life. If society does not trust the technology, its potential benefits will not be realized. Built into the fabric of that trust is the fact that this technology must be robust, secure and resilient at all levels.

Join AUVSI and Dr. Cara LaPointe, Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy, to learn about the XPONENTIAL theme, the key pillars and how we can work to create an assured autonomous future.

Dr. Cara LaPointe
Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Assured Autonomy, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Noise Pollution and Social Acceptance

Recent advancements and interests in UAM have resulted in products generating increased noise – a major technical and social challenge that hinders the enabling of UAM and impacts the goals of assured autonomy. AUVSI is excited to welcome Onur Bilgen of Rutgers University and Michael McNair, Vice President, Aerospace, of SAE-ITC to address their work being done on a low-noise propulsion system as it relates to assured autonomy.

Onur Bilgen
Assistant Professor, Rutgers University

Michael McNair
Vice President — Aerospace, SAE-ITC

Investing on Safety

Safety is more than vehicle attributes. It starts with company culture and grows from concept design through product verification. Early investment is critical to achieving safety goals. Leveraging transportation domain expertise and state-of-the-art data and analytic methods enables developers and engineers to answer questions quickly and cost effectively and provide outputs that are ready to be immediately applied to the safety need. As a global transportation safety leader, VTTI works side by side with automotive companies, suppliers, and technology companies to help ensure that the next generation of vehicles and infrastructure will advance the safety of our transportation system.

Join Michelle Chaka of the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and AUVSI to take a deeper look at safety and how it is a necessary component to assuring autonomy.

Michelle Chaka
Division Director: Data and Analytics, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI)

Digital Infrastructure for Intelligent and Autonomous Systems

New infrastructure is the foundation of large transformations. In order for the United States to become a leader in enabling Intelligent and Autonomous Cities, we need to lead the adoption of the Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure. Join this panel of experts to learn more about the importance of infrastructure as it relates to assuring autonomy.

Jeffrey DeCoux
Chairman and Autonomy Fellow, Autonomy Institute

Matt Metcalfe
Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP

Michael Robbins
Executive Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, AUVSI

Josh Turner
Partner, Wiley Rein, LLP