Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
About 110 state and national experts gathered for a daylong forum on April 30, 2014 at the University of Minnesota to discuss issues related to the rapidly growing industry of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Here is a summary of speakers and topics: Welcome and Opening Remarks by Cassandra Isackson; Why UAS? Opportunities and Challenges with Brigadier General Alan Palmer; What are UAS? with Kevin McKinnon and Mike Davin; Panel Discussion: UAS Education and Outreach with Curtis Zoller and Eric Euteneuer, moderated by Mike Davin; Impacts on Airspace and FAA Roadmap with Randy Willis, moderated by Eric Euteneuer; Current Applications and Impacts with David Mulla, Weston Merrick, Eric Taipale, Ian MacRae, Dave Gebhardt, moderated by Mostafa Kaveh; North Carolina Case Study: Establishing UAS in the State with Thomas Zajkowski, moderated by Todd Colton; Where Do We Go From Here? Opportunities and Challenges with Charles Samuelson, Brigadier General Alan Palmer, Thomas Zajkowski, Curtis Zoller, Randy Willis, moderated by Gina Baas.
Airport Technical Assistance Program; Center for Transportation Studies; Minnesota Department of Transportation; MnDRIVE: Minnesota Discovery, Research and InnoVation Economy; Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
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Proceedings: Preparing for Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Minnesota.
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