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Deadline: ASAP
Submit Certificate of Insurance Deadline: April 1, 2022
Submit Exhibitor Appointed Contractor Authorization Deadline: April 1, 2022
SAVE THE DATE: XPONENTIAL 2023 Exhibit Space Rebook will take place on April 25 onsite in Orlando.
Deadline to submit your application is Friday, April 1, 2022. When you select during rebook, you will have until Friday, May 13, 2022 to cancel without any penalty. For complete details or to submit your application, click here
May 8 – 11, 2023
Colorado Convention Center
Did you miss the Know Before You Go zoom call, do not worry, download the slide deck here or watch the recording here (use password auvsikbyf).

AAM Focus Group

  • Room: S330C/D
  • Session Number:XPO22-WG04
Wednesday, April 27, 2022: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Session Speaker
Anna Dietrich
Policy Advisor
Session Speaker
Michael Robbins
Executive Vice President of Government & Public Affairs


One of the key attributes of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) is its ability to combine and build upon a variety of existing, developing, and new technologies and operations within aviation. Rather than happening in a vacuum, AAM draws from - and expands on - both UAS and traditional GA activities.  In that spirit, Michael Robbins and Anna Dietrich will lead a conversation to explore how AUVSI can best serve the AAM community with our advocacy work at the local, state, tribal, federal, and international levels. Michael and Anna will preview some of AUVSI's initial strategic planning around AAM advocacy, including building a roadmap for autonomy and adapting the safety continuum concept, and solicit feedback as well as new ideas and areas of potential emphasis from the community.  The goal of this session is to guide AUVSI's advocacy work in the AAM space, build on existing momentum, and lay the foundations for a future AAM-focused event that leverages AUVSI's thought leadership and convening power to support the entire AAM community.

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C-Level Executive,Engineering/Technical,Government/Policy/Regulatory,Remote Pilot/Operator,Research & Development

Air,Government,Airspace Integration,Autonomy,Automated Vehicles,Public Acceptance & Trust