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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
XPONENTIAL 2023
May 8 – 11, 2023
Colorado Convention Center
Denver
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UAS Weather Forum

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GENERAL INFORMATION:

Monday, April 25 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET

The UAS Weather Forum provides a platform for UAS operators; federal and state agencies; weather researchers and providers; trade groups; safety and insurance groups; UAS manufacturers; and others to

  • Share experiences with expected and unexpected weather impacts
  • Engage in a dialogue about weather needs for UAS operations
  • Collect requirements for developing better weather guidance
  • Cultivate strategies on how to make progress with needed weather support
  • Assist regulators with safe integration of UAS into the national airspace system considering weather impacts
  • Explore opportunities for using UAS-sensed environmental information for enhanced situational awareness and better weather prediction
  • Facilitate weather education & outreach

This year’s discussion will be focused on Weather and Autonomy, synchronizing with the XPONENTIAL theme of “Autonomy meets Society”.

The UAS Weather Forum is open to all XPONENTIAL attendees; however, separate pre-registration is required as space is limited. For questions regarding the forum, please contact: msteiner@ucar.edu

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PROGRAM AGENDA:


Welcome & Setting Stage for “Weather and Autonomy” Theme
Matthias Steiner, National Center for Atmospheric Research

Seeing Through the Fog: Perception Testing for Autonomous Flight
George Gorospe, NASA

UAS Operations in Extreme Weather Environments, Case Studies and Technological Solutions
Jack Elston, Black Swift Technologies

Weather Intelligent Navigation Data and Modeling for Aviation Planning
Jamey Jacob, Oklahoma State University

Who’s Reality – Trusting Autonomy in UTM/AAM Weather
Andy Thurling, NUAIR

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