The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) market is one of the fastest growing and innovative sectors of IoT and presents a huge future commercial and strategic opportunity for operators and their technology partners. This conference session from MWC Barcelona 2021 features senior experts from Airbus, BCN Drone Center, CIVATAglobal, Drone Evolution, Drone Industry Insights, Thales, The MITRE Corporation, Unmanned Life and GSMA.
Conference session chaired by
Philip Butterworth-Hayes, Strategy & Communications Director, CIVATAglobal
EUROPEAN LOCAL AUTHORITIES & THE UAM CHALLENGE SERIES
In March 2021, CIVATAglobal launched the European Local Authorities & the UAM Challenge 4 part webinar series to help local authorities prepare for the onset of drone and urban air mobility (UAM) services into their cities / towns / villages.
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SERIES: EUROPEAN LOCAL AUTHORITIES & THE UAM CHALLENGE (1)
RESPONSIBILITIES, RISKS & OPPORTUNITIES
WEDNESDAY 3 MARCH
Local Authorities need urgently to increase awareness of emerging technologies and prepare appropriately. Responsibilities, Risks and Opportunities.
SERIES: EUROPEAN LOCAL AUTHORITIES & THE UAM CHALLENGE (3)
CREATING AN URBAN DRONE / UAM ECOSYSTEM - THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS, REGULATORS AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES
WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL
When UAM pioneering local authorities want to develop their own eco-system how should they engage with regulators, industry and government? From funding to deciding where the limits of responsibility lie, each stakeholder needs to understand how to develop mutually beneficial partnerships to avoid misunderstandings and exploit all available resources.
SERIES: EUROPEAN LOCAL AUTHORITIES & THE UAM CHALLENGE (2)
SCALING UP FROM DRONES TO AIR TAXIS
WEDNESDAY 24 MARCH
For many local authorities, the immediate UAM challenge is to develop a policy which will allow for municipalities, the national aviation safety regulator and operators to work together to launch safe drone flights above people, but this is just the first stage.
SERIES: EUROPEAN LOCAL AUTHORITIES & THE UAM CHALLENGE (4)
ALIGNING GLOBAL BEST PRACTICES IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
WEDNESDAY 19 MAY
This latest CIVATAglobal webinar brought together representatives seeking to build bridges between local communities and the UAM/AAM sector. They discussed common problems of understanding the exact roles of local communities in this new industry, the two-way education process that will be required, how best to build bridges between these two groups and the benefits and challenges that local authorities can expect and need to address when considering developing UAM and AAM programme.
TUESDAY 29 JUNE - THURSDAY 1 JULY
Over three days, Revolution.Aero Global 2021 will look at key developments in the flight revolution. This virtual event provides lots of opportunities to join the debate with digital Q&A, interactive polling and live video networking.
DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES - FDI, DRONES & URBAN AIR MOBILITY WEBINAR
17 DECEMBER 2020
Andrew Charlton, CIVATAglobal Director General, joined experts from GDP Global and Frost & Sullivan to consider urban air mobility (UAM) operations, from small unmanned air system (sUAS) missions to urban air taxi networks and inter-city services.
THURSDAY JUNE 10
CIVATAglobal & Soteria BIG MEMBERS ONLY
URBAN AIR MOBILITY: THE RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES
3 DECEMBER 2020
Andrew Charlton, Director General of CIVATAglobal joined a panel that set out the legal position for councils; examined where different agencies’ responsibilities lie; described current UAM usage and trends internationally and nationally; analysed infrastructure and sustainability implications; and showed how one UK local authority is making use of the technology, right now.
DRONES: THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY AND DELIVERY
3 JUNE 2021
Phil Butterworth-Hayes, Director CIVATA Global joined association members IDU Group and Staffordshire University to explore the future of drones use in industries such as #delivery, #logistics, #frieght and more!