The 5th Annual FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Symposium Remotely-Piloted Edition

July 8, 2020 - August 19, 2020

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Hosted By: Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) UAS Symposium Remotely-Piloted Edition connects enterprise UAS operators and commercial and recreational remote pilots directly with the regulators who are enabling drone integration into the National Airspace System. Learn, train, and troubleshoot with the entire UAS community to ensure your operations remain safe and grow and comply with regulations.

What’s Now

The FAA is bringing stakeholders together from all sectors to help define the rules and concepts that will govern the future of drone operations. Learn how we are working together to establish partnerships and identify the responsibilities, education, and tools our partners need to be successful in their roles.

What’s New

Registering and flying your drone has never been easier — or safer. The FAA has cut the red tape and increased efficiencies by streamlining our processes and providing online access to them. Learn all about how we’ve increased our customer service efforts through live, interactive webinars, video tutorials, and social media.

What’s Next

Hear the buzz about what’s next in drone technology and what it means for the future of flight. With Remote ID at the forefront of the industry, we’re moving ever closer to package delivery, urban air mobility, and beyond visual line-of-sight operations, as the FAA continues to support the safe integration of drones into the National Airspace System. Learn what is happening that will help you conduct more complex operations that will bring economic growth to your business and our communities.

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