AUVSI hosts specialized regional pavilions to help attendees navigate the vast landscape of solutions, platforms, technologies and services in unmanned systems. With organizations and specialized cutting-edge technologies spread across the United States, we want attendees to connect with the progress and advancements being made in every corner of the U.S.
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Explore the states that are joining us in 2021
Arizona Commerce Authority (the State of Arizona’s economic development entity), the Aerospace Arizona Association, and Arizona UAS companies invite you to visit our booth to learn more about Arizona capabilities, opportunities, products and services related to the rapidly evolving and dynamic UAS industry. Please contact Kevin O’Shea to learn more.
There’s something special about doing business in Colorado. We are here to represent and demonstrate why Colorado is the right choice for your business – through advanced manufacturing, aerospace programs, defense & homeland security, to diverse autonomous test sites – Colorado possesses cutting-edge programs that lead global innovation. Please contact Andrew Lindemann to learn more.
Home to the University of Maryland UAS Test Site and more than four decades of experience as a center of UAS activity, Maryland is at the forefront of commercialization, rulemaking, and NAS integration. Maryland’s workforce leads in aerospace and electronics engineers and is supported by 9,000 aerospace and defense businesses. Contact Matt Scassero to be a part of the Maryland Pavilion.
UAS Central, the Central New York and the Mohawk Valley regions of New York State, are the hub for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the United States. The robust and collaborative UAS Central ecosystem is comprised of businesses, academia and government agencies whose sole purpose is to advance the UAS industry in New York State. UAS Central includes a first-of-its kind 50-mile UTM corridor for the testing, research, development, and advancement of unmanned systems. The 50-mile UTM corridor and the New York UAS Test Site, one of only seven FAA-designated UAS Test Sites in the country, are a part of the capabilities that make this region a global leader for the UAS industry. New York State provides incentives to companies relocating to Upstate New York, the leading UAS destination in the U.S. Contact Shannon Fults to be a part of the New York Pavilion.
Oklahoma is perfectly positioned for the fast-emerging unmanned industry, with its central location, ideal terrain and climate, business incentives, testing capabilities, training and education programs, and research and development. The state’s three research universities — Oklahoma State University (OSU), the University of Tulsa (TU) and the University of Oklahoma (OU) — are setting themselves apart nationally through degree programs, facilities, research and grants, with emphasis on environmental sensing, defense and weather prediction. Part of a regional cluster initiative, Oklahoma’s UAS companies gain access to collaboration, national technology, global capital and international markets. Contact Leshia Pearson to be a part of the Oklahoma Pavilion.
The Virginia Pavilion, hosted by the Virginia Unmanned System Center at CIT will feature unmanned systems opportunities and introductions to industry leaders, innovators, educators and legislators from all domains: Land, Air, Sea and Space. The Pavilion will highlight CIT (The Center for Innovative Technology), NASA, Virginia Tech, Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership, Virginia Space and a host of other companies who have helped to make Virginia the number one state for unmanned aerial systems business. Contact Priscilla Trimble to be a part of the Virginia Pavilion.