Engineering and Certification Challenges for Integrating UCAs in the Civil Airspace – Presented by Moshe Attar, Israel Aerospace Industries at the Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference, which takes place on June 13, 2017, at Maaspoort, Venlo, The Netherlands.
The presentation will focus on the following:
- Short Overview of IAI UAVs and experience
- How do we see the market for UCA
- What would be the right aircraft configuration for UCA
- Operational Aspects: The Ground Control Station (GCS) and the UAV (UCA), Introducing unmanned airplanes into the civil airspace, Communication,…
- Level of Automation\ Autonomy
- Dealing with Failure cases: Examples
- Certification Aspects:
- Safety Aspects
- Certification Risks
About Moshe Attar
Moshe Attar Graduated the Technion , I.I.T in 1980 as an Aerospace Engineer. Since then he is employed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI). Mr. Attar also holds a Boston University Master of Science degree in Management.
Mr. Attar is currently the Chief Systems Engineer at the Engineering and Development Group of Israel Aerospace Industries. Mr. Attar is recognised as a speciallist of Flight Mechanics and Flight Control Systems and he also serves as a DER for the CAAI (Civil Aviation Authorities of Israel).
About Israel Aerospace Industries
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is recognized as a key player in the delivery of state-of-the-art systems for the defense and commercial markets.
IAI has several business centers: Missile Defense, Unmanned Systems, Naval Systems, Intelligence Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR, Modernization & Upgrade, Homeland Security (HLS) & Cyber, Ground Systems, Commercial Aviation, Aircraft Conversions, and Aerospace Engineering and Development Center.
With respect to Unmanned Systems: With over 40 years of experience and 1,500,000 operational flight hours, in support of key military operations around the world, IAI is a global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of unmanned systems.
Unmanned Cargo Aircraft (UCA) systems are about to bring massive disruptions the transport sector. Stakeholders active in this industry have to adapt their organisation accordingly in order to optimize operations and revenues. UCA offer increased productivity and can open up new markets in areas where manned air transport is uneconomical and geographically limited. The Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference brings together technology leaders, cargo operators and end-users to share the status of these exciting opportunities. The conference also addresses the benefits of unmanned cargo for military purpose such as unmanned transport of goods in high-risk areas.
Focus topics: Military Systems;Long Range / Medium-High Payload Systems ; Specialised/Irregular Delivery Systems;Urban Delivery Systems; Autonomous operation architecture; Regulatory issues;New value chains / business models and more…..
The Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference is part of the first global multimodal unmanned cargo systems event – a two-day event (Jun 13-14, 2017) that includes 4 dedicated conferences and an exhibition:Cargo Innovation Conference ; Unmanned Cargo Ship Conference ; Unmanned Cargo Ground Vehicle Conference ;Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference; Smart Logistics Expo