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Second Global Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Symposium - Sept 19-21, 2017

- Venue:     ICAO Headquarters - Location:  Montreal, Canada - Dates:     19-21 Sept. 2017 - Topic:      Unmanned Aircraft Systems - For more information: www.icao.int/Meetings/RPAS17/Pages/default.aspx The International Civil Aviation Organization will be hosting the Second Global Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Symposium (RPAS2017) from 19-21 September at the headquarters in Montréal, Canada.  The Symposium will provide an international platform for licensing authorities, training facilities, regulators and the industry to exchange ideas and share best practices for the further development of an RPAS regulatory framework. Topics of the event include the developments leading to the new Remote Pilot Licence (RPL),  implementation of approved training programmes, RPAS operations in the ATM environment (including safety risk management) and the impacts on human performance.

DRONE ENABLE, ICAO's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Industry Symposium - Sept 22-23, 2017

- Venue:     ICAO Headquarters - Location:  Montreal, Canada - Dates:     22-23 Sept. 2017 - Topic:      UTM/U-Space - For more information: www.icao.int/meetings/UAS2017 ​The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) will be hosting the DRONE ENABLE, ICAO's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Industry Symposium from 22 to 23 September 2017 at its Headquarters in Montréal, Canada. The symposium will provide a unique opportunity for States, international organizations, industry, academia and other stakeholders to share their research, best practices and lessons learned related to unmanned aircraft system traffic management systems (UTM). Speakers will be selected from submissions in response to the UTM. Maturity of proposed solutions, potential for global application as well as supporting infrastructure requirements will be factored into the speaker selection process.
Additional information: ICAO - State Letter - AN 13/71/61 ICAO - DroneEnable - Request for Information ICAO - DroneEnable - Flyer ICAO - Press Statement - ICAO to Expand UAS Scope    
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