Charlie Chambers, C3 – Chambers Consulting & Contracting, is moderator at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference, Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.Continue reading “Charlie Chambers, C3 – Chambers Consulting & Contracting, will moderate at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference”
by Wes Shover, Head of US Operations, Flytrex Aviation
Flytrex provides comprehensive autonomous drone delivery systems that enable any business, from SMBs to e-commerce giants, to integrate on-demand autonomous drone delivery into their offering. From facilitating the regulatory process to providing the drones, a cloud-based drone management system, insurance and maintenance, Flytrex is the leading end-to-end drone logistics service spearheading the drone revolution. In this presentation we will share what we have learned through the operational experience in Iceland, Latin America, and the United States.Continue reading “Flytrex – Scalable Drone Delivery Operations”
by Ted Lester, Chief UTM Architect, AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation
What is UTM? How does it fit with the UAS transportation sector including unmanned cargo aircraft? What is AiRXOS, part of GE Aviation, doing to enable these operations?Continue reading “UAS Traffic Management and the Transportation Sector”
by Dr. Tim McCarthy, Senior Lecturer, Maynooth University
Unmanned Cargo flight operations present various challenges in terms of their design, construction and management – all of which will need to be investigated, developed and adapted for long-haul, short-haul, regional and urban operational environments.
Various topics need to be considered including; automation, aircraft platform performance, airspace structure, routing, de-confliction, optimisation, emergency event handling and ground infrastructure. These topics are underpinned by regulatory (legislation, protocols, certification), technology (aerospace, sensors, connectivity, computation) and operational (UTM/U-Space services, business models, Societal) aspects.Continue reading “Aspects of UTM systems & U-Space services to consider when rolling-out Cargo Drone operations”
Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes US Cargo Systems as Exhibitor. The event takes place on September 10-11 at Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
About US Cargo Systems
US Cargo Systems is a worldwide leader in the design and development of Cargo Handling and Aerial Delivery Systems. We are proud of our over 70 year heritage serving countless commercial and military aircraft customers with leading edge technologies.Continue reading “Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes US Cargo Systems as Exhibitor”
Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes North Carolina’s South East as Exhibitor. The event takes place on September 10-11 at Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
North Carolina’s Southeast is a regional economic development partnership representing 18 counties that generates new economic growth in the region. Located midway on the U.S. east coast, North Carolina’s Southeast region is home to an international port, six universities, and more than 75 international firms across diverse business sectors.Continue reading “Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes North Carolina’s South East as Exhibitor”
Joe Melvin, CEcD North Carolina Aerospace Corridor, will speak at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference
In his role as Director of Business Development for North Carolina’s Southeast, Joe Melvin utilizes his business and public administration experience to develop and oversee the NC Aerospace Corridor in conjunction with leaders from Craven, Lenoir and Wayne counties. (The North Carolina Aerospace Corridor is centrally located on the eastern seaboard of the United States and offers unparalleled access to domestic and global markets by way of highways, rail, air and multiple deep-water ports.)Continue reading “Joe Melvin, North Carolina Aerospace Corridor speaks at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference”
by Sara de la Rosa, UAS Specialist, Public-Private Sector Partnerships consultantContinue reading “Rolling-out a national on-demand cargo UAS service in Sierra Leone”
What emerging technologies do you see as having potential in the short and long run? We asked, speakers at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference answered. Below you can see a selection of answers.
Ed De Reyes, Sabrewing Aircraft: The emergence of detect and avoid technologies, and the willingness of regulatory agencies to work cooperatively with manufacturers to make heavy-lift VTOL cargo carriers a reality. Read more
Basil Yap, North Carolina Department of Transportation – Division of Aviation: Our greatest need in the short term is a fully functional detect and avoid solution on unmanned aircraft to help address “see and avoid” which is a requirement to operation beyond visual line of sight in the United States. This has been a real struggle for the Federal Aviation Administration to understand how they will certify or vet this technology. “Remote ID” will be one step closer to building a robust Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM). In addition, we have often overlooked weather and the the impact it has on smaller UAS operations. The ability to model micro climates and incorporate the data into UTM systems will give pilots better decision making tools and ultimately enable more routine operations. Read more
Peter le Hew, Modern Technology Solutions, Inc: Autonomy through not just UAS is allowing for new approaches to how we use the air domain. Read more
Jeremy Tucker, AirBox Technology: Robotics, UAV’s and AI are on the cutting edge and will become ubiquitous. We are on the cusp of a cataclysmic change in the way we interface with the world around us in a physical sense. Read more
Aliaksei Stratsilatau, UAVOS: Investments in the development of a UAS for military purposes will grow. For example, counter-drone systems for remote identification and destruction of UAV, means of fighting UAV, loitering munition. The market needs unmanned platforms for autonomous delivery of goods of different weights, High Altitude Pseudo Satellite to relay data. Read more
Mahesh Nandyala, S3M Solutions LLC: UAS integrates with Deep learning and AI. Read more
Patrick Watson, Animal Dynamics: Technologies that ultimately de-centralise services and products such as: micro-grids, aerial transportation networks, e-payments, etc. Read more
David Merrill, Elroy Air: Short run: electric and hybrid-electric powertrain, perception tech getting better rapidly
Long run: Harmonized airspace integration for UAS of all sizes. Read more
Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference takes place on September 10-11, 2019, at Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA. For more information about the complete program, speaker profiles and registration, visit: https://unmannedcargoaircraftconference.com/program/
Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes Lenoir Community College as Exhibitor. The event takes place on September 10-11 at Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
About Lenoir Community College
Lenoir Community College, a member of the North Carolina Community College System, is a comprehensive two-year public institution. The college offers associate degrees, diplomas, or certificates through educational programs in college transfer, business, industry, public services, health services, and continuing education for the intellectual, economic, social, and cultural development of students and the community. Programs and support services are accessible through traditional and distance learning options. Continue reading “Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference welcomes Lenoir Community College as Exhibitor”