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XPONENTIAL 2023
May 8 – 11, 2023
Colorado Convention Center
Denver
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).
Select Criteria: Tracks = Critical Point: Intersection with Government

Tuesday, April 26, 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3991
The technology associated with flying an aircraft has been steadily reducing pilot workload and increasing safety for most of the history of aviation. Today, automation, autonomy, and other systems have the ability to increase safety while reducing, or eliminating, the role of the human pilot. The panel will address these... read more...
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Adam Morrison
CEO
Streamline Designs, LLC
Panelist
Andy Lacher
Chief Technologist for Future Airspace Operations – Intelligent Flight Systems
NASA Langley Research Center
Panelist
Andy Thurling
Chief Technology Officer
Nuair Alliance
Panelist
Mark Blanks
Head of Flight Operations at Wing
Wing
Moderator
Philip Kenul
Chair, F38 Committee on UAS
ASTM International
Tracks:
  • Panels

Tuesday, April 26, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3962
AC377 Technical Report 3 is the summation of work conducted by ASTM International to define Regulatory Barriers to Autonomy in Aviation. As technology advances and increased automation and autonomy in aviation become ever more within reach, it makes sense to turn our attention to the operational regulatory landscape within which... read more...
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Adam Morrison
CEO
Streamline Designs, LLC
Panelist
Andy Lacher
Chief Technologist for Future Airspace Operations – Intelligent Flight Systems
NASA Langley Research Center
Panelist
Harrison Wolf
Director, Global Aviation Policy
Zipline International
Moderator
Anna Dietrich
Policy Advisor
AUVSI
Tracks:
  • Panels

Tuesday, April 26, 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-4102
States have been investing in ground-based surveillance systems as a means of supporting the development of BVLOS operations within a corridor or regional area. The intent is to provide real time surveillance data as a service that the operator can leverage in support of a BVLOS waiver, exemption, or public... read more...
Speaker(s)
Panelist
James Cieplak
Program Manager
Vantis UAS
Panelist
Nicholas Flom
Program Manager
Deloitte Consulting
Panelist
Peter Sachs
UTM Program Manager
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Panelist
Richard Fox
Airspace Manager
ODOT UAS Center
Moderator
Paul Hedding
Certification and Safety Engineer
Anzen Unmanned
Tracks:
  • Panels

Tuesday, April 26, 4:45 PM - 5:05 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3982
A regulatory pathway for safe and routine operation of Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) in non-segregated airspace is a global industry challenge. While industry and regulators have made significant steps towards addressing this challenge, achieving routine operation in non-segregated airspace still remains an unrealized goal.... read more...
Speaker(s)
Session Speaker
Ben Ivers
Director, Autonomous Systems Regulatory Affairs
The Boeing Company
Session Speaker
Mildred Troegeler
Director, Global Regulatory Strategy, Boeing Global Safety & Regulatory Affairs
Boeing
Tracks:
  • Stand Alone Presentation

Wednesday, April 27, 2:30 PM - 2:50 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3808
The methods and procedures within United States Naval Aviation to certify an aircraft safe for flight are well established. However, these methods and procedures are based on clearing a system that is operated by a human. A fully autonomous system will not have a human in or on the loop... read more...
Speaker(s)
Session Speaker
Donald Costello
Permanent Military Professor - United States Naval Academy
United States Navy
Tracks:
  • Stand Alone Presentation

Wednesday, April 27, 2:55 PM - 3:15 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-4048
The pace of development and usage of autonomous systems in recent years has been rapid. We are deploying uncrewed systems across military and civilian applications at an unprecedented rate. However, many of these platforms remain relatively naïve on the autonomy scale and pose user trust issues in their capabilities and... read more...
Speaker(s)
Session Speaker
Karen Harper
President and Principal Scientist
Charles River Analytics Inc.
Tracks:
  • Stand Alone Presentation

Wednesday, April 27, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3905
AI technologies promise to make our industry safer and more efficient while transforming the way humans fly in the skies and drive on the roads. But it is critical that these technologies are developed and deployed in a manner that reflects our highest ethical sensibilities. In this panel, a group... read more...
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Cara LaPointe
Co-Director, Institute for Assured Autonomy
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Panelist
Jon Lovegren
Head of Autonomy
Wisk
Panelist
Ron Keesing
VP for Artificial Intelligence
Leidos
Moderator
Jennifer Player
Director of Regulatory Affairs
Skydio
Tracks:
  • Panels

Wednesday, April 27, 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-4039
The proposed panel will include a moderator and technical representatives from NASA, and at least two panel members from industry, to discuss the unique challenges of implementing AI/ML for aviation purposes. The panel will highlight a proposed classification scheme that considers functional criticality and computational complexity for implementing specific functions,... read more...
Speaker(s)
Panelist
Eric Anderson
General Manager, AWS Robotics
AWS Robotics and Autonomous Services
Panelist
George Romanski
Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor, Computer Aircraft Software
Federal Aviation Administration
Panelist
Kim Wasson
Autonomy Certification Lead
Joby Aviation
Panelist
Luuk van Dijk
CEO & Founder
Daedalean AG
Panelist
Wes Ryan
Program Manager (NARI)
NASA Ames
Moderator
Raj Pai
Senior Technologist
NASA
Tracks:
  • Panels

Wednesday, April 27, 4:45 PM - 5:05 PM

  • Room: S220E
  • Session Number:XPO22-3937
Presentation will be an overview of the ASTRO program, which is a services contract issued by the Federal Government for all services associated with crewed and uncrewed platforms and robotics in air, ground, space, and maritime. Included in the presentation will be lessons on how to propose on Government contracts... read more...
Speaker(s)
Session Speaker
Todd Richards
ASTRO Program Manager
GSA
Tracks:
  • Stand Alone Presentation

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