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It’s that time of the year again: the XPONENTIAL 2023 call for presentations is now open! Join us in Denver as we're drawing up a blueprint to fully operationalize and integrate uncrewed systems.
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From energy to transportation, construction to defense, and medicine to agriculture, XPONENTIAL is the place to share ideas, navigate changing policies, experience new innovations, and strike up new partnerships.
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AUVSI hosts specialized regional pavilions to help attendees navigate the vast landscape of solutions, platforms, technologies and services in autonomous technology and robotics. With organizations and innovations spread across the United States, we want attendees to connect with the progress and advancements being made in every corner of the country.
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Explore the states who joined us in 2022:
The Arizona Pavilion, hosted by Aerospace Arizona is at the forefront of the aerospace and defense industry. With more than 300 days of sunshine annually, pristine airspace and business friendly environment we are committed to supporting the unmanned industry. We are number one in concentration of guided missile and space vehicle manufacturing, second in aviation maintenance economic activities and have a strong private and public university support system. Contact Mignonne Hollis 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 Constantin Diehl to learn more.
Kansas prevails as the Air Capitol of the World, with its wide-open airspace and well-established resources that attract global leaders in unmanned flight technologies. Our deep aviation history lays a foundation for tomorrow’s aeronautical advancement, as demonstrated by our supersonic flight testing corridor, network of skilled aerospace workers and OEMs, and proud membership as a FAA BEYOND partner with infrastructure to promote public safety, precision agriculture, and statewide connectivity. In Kansas, the sky has no limit - come fly with us! Please contact Stephanie Conner to be a part of the Kansas Pavilion.
Maryland is the home of a burgeoning ecosystem of research, prototype development, testing, and manufacturing of automated vehicles and their underlying systems. With the highest concentration of aerospace engineers in the country, neighbor to the nation’s capital and several decades of experience in the development of automated systems; Maryland is at the forefront of automated vehicle policy, commercialization, and integration. Maryland provides an environment for automated vehicles operating in any domain to thrive, with 2 sites for UAS R&D, more than 3,000 miles of coastline and close coordination among partnering State agencies, to enable emerging technologies to assimilate into our roadways. Contact Colter Menke to be a part of the Maryland Pavilion.
New York State is the hub for uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) in the United States. The robust and collaborative ecosystem in Upstate New York is comprised of businesses, academia and government agencies whose sole purpose is to advance the UAS industry in New York State. New York is home to GENIUS NY, the world’s largest accelerator for UAS startups, and to date has invested more than $15 million into 26 companies. New York has a first-of-its-kind 50-mile uncrewed traffic management (UTM) corridor for the testing, research, development, and advancement of UAS. 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, making it the leading UAS destination in the U.S.
From the Wright Brothers’ first flight at Kitty Hawk to today’s nation-leading drone medical deliveries, North Carolina – the “First in Flight” state – continues its legacy in air transportation innovation. North Carolina and its partner companies have logged more national firsts and more missions by far than all other teams in the FAA’s IPP and BEYOND drone integration programs. This makes our state the prime location for proving and launching new companies and lines of business that leverage UAS. Leading research universities, superior infrastructure, low business costs and business-friendly environment offer a supportive environment for companies to locate and expand. Our quality of life draws talent, with bustling urban centers, miles of open spaces from the mountains to the coast, temperate climate and a diverse culture. It is no wonder we have one of the fastest population growth rates in the United States. Contact Amanda Conner to find out how North Carolina can help your aviation-related business soar.
Organized by JobsOhio and the Dayton Development Coalition, the Ohio pavilion is a snapshot of one of the most comprehensive unmanned and autonomous systems ecosystems in the United States. Ohio is the birthplace of aviation, continuing today as a place for leading-edge research, innovation and collaborative development. Ohio is helping the industry take their innovations to new heights.But autonomous transportation systems are not just airborne in Ohio. As an automotive powerhouse, Ohio continues to drive autonomous and connected vehicle advancements with institutions like the Transportation Research Center’s SMART Center, Connected Marysville, and DriveOhio’s smart projects for open road testing. The state acts as a living lab for autonomous mobility, ensuring that no matter what stage of development you are in, Ohio has the resources to help. Please contact Victoria Boczkowski to be a part of the Ohio Pavilion.
The Virginia Pavilion, hosted by The Virginia Unmanned Systems Center at VIPC is in the business of connecting innovators with opportunities. The Pavilion features some of the nation's leading corporate and educational innovators in unmanned systems for Air, Land, Sea and Space. Virginia is one of only 7 states with an approved FAA and DOT test facility for the development and testing of unmanned systems for the national airspace and roadways. As the home of the largest military base in the world (Norfolk Naval Base), NASA Langley Research Center, Wallops Island Flight and Launch Facility, Virginia Tech Unmanned Systems Laboratory as well as the Pentagon and more than 39 fortune 1000 companies including the home of Amazon HQ2, Virginia is open for Unmanned Business. Contact Priscilla Trimble to be a part of the Virginia Pavilion.
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