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EASA High Level Conference on Drones

The two-day EASA High Level Conference on Drones is hosted by RAI together with the Amsterdam Drone Week (ADW) which is the global platform for sharing knowledge on current solutions, innovation and crucial regulation pertaining to Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) industry. During the three days you will have access to the ADW Hybrid, the EASA High Level Conference on Drones and you will be able to connect through ADW Matchmaking with selected delegates, speakers and partners. During ADW you can visit the EASA High Level Conference (HLC) on Drones and ADW Hybrid.

Conference Schedule:

Day 1: Plenary panel discussions
The first day of the conference –  is dedicated to the new reality of UAM, the importance of societal acceptance, working in partnership with all the stakeholders and the identification of the key building blocks of UAM. The official opening by Patrick Ky will be followed by keynote speeches delivered by high level representatives of the European Commission, National Governments and industry active in UAM. Three panel discussions on the central theme are planned in the afternoon.

Day 2: Interactive technical workshops
The second day of the conference – will be devoted to more detailed technical workshops, giving attendees opportunities to discuss their questions in an open Q&A setting. Subjects under discussion will be, for example, the application of the guidelines related to design verification of UAS, technical specifications on vertiports, U-space implementation in an UAM environment together with ATM integration of manned UAM vehicles and licensing and operational requirements for UAM operators.

March 29 2022

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Start: March 29
End: March 30
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Website: Official Event Website
Region: Europe
Hybrid Event: Yes
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RAI Amsterdam

RAI Amsterdam, Europaplein 24
Amsterdam, 1078 GZ Netherlands

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