Unmanned Rotorcraft Systems

Sixth AHS International Specialists' Meeting On Unmanned Rotorcraft Systems:
Platform Design, Autonomy, Operator Workload Reduction and Network Centric Operations 

Sponsored by the AHS Arizona Chapter

January 20-22, 2015
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA 

Boeing Phantom SwiftThe 21st century has seen a continued emphasis on Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) and autonomous behavior development for both military and civilian applications on a global basis. Numerous unmanned rotorcraft are in varying stages of development all over the world along with the technologies that will safely integrate them into commercial airspace.

The overwhelming focus on Network Centric Operations (NCO) and its application to rotorcraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) has expanded the scope of the 2015 Specialist’s Meeting.  Subjects may include but are not limited to, sharing of information across the operational field of use, command-and-control, ad hoc network enabled systems, UAS control and interoperability with both ground and other aerial systems, networked sensor integration, and NCO related analysis, modeling, and simulation.

You can find the latest updated URS Call for Papers here. The abstract deadline has been extended to September 16!

For additional information regarding the meeting, please contact Dr. Ram JanakiRam, Technical Chair, (480) 891- 6057 or (480) 748-9429.

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