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Sun, Sep 12, 2021

ASTM International to Host 2021 Symposium on Autonomy in Aviation

Event Takes Place in California Mid-October

ASTM International’s autonomy design and operations in aviation administrative committee AC377 will be hosting the 2nd Annual ASTM Autonomy in Aviation Symposium, at the Santa Clara Marriott in California on October 19, 2021.

The objective of the symposium is to facilitate discussions on standards development for aviation autonomy while bringing forward perspectives from standards development organizations, industry leaders, and government agencies. The event also hopes to promote recommendations from a forthcoming report on regulatory barriers to aviation autonomy.

Co-sponsored by ASTM International member organizations Wing and Wisk Aero, the symposium agenda is as follows:

  • 07:30 Registration Opens
  • 08:30 Welcome, Logistics, AC377 Overview
    • Steve Cook, AC377 Chair
  • 09:00 What 100,00 autonomous drone deliveries taught us about safety
    • Keynote Speaker: Adam Woodworth, Chief Technology Officer, Wing
  • 10:00 BREAK
  • 10:15 Panel Session - AC377 Technical Report 3 - Regulatory Barriers for Aviation Autonomy
    • Moderator: Tom Gunnarson, Wisk
  • 11:30 LUNCH (provided)
  • 12:30 Everyday, Autonomous Passenger Flight
    • Keynote Speaker: Jon Lovegren, Head of Autonomy, Wisk
  • 13:30 Panel Session - Autonomy as an Operational Enabler: Why do we need autonomy?
    • Moderator: Wes Ryan, NASA
  • 14:30 BREAK (light snacks provided)
  • 14:45 Emergent Autonomy - A Step Toward Assurance
    • Andy Lacher, Noblis; Ryan Oksenhorn, Zipline
  • 15:15 Panel Session - Question Everything: Reevaluating Aviation Assumptions for Autonomy
    • Moderator: Anna Dietrich, AMD Consulting
  • 16:15 Open Forum - Slido Audience Engagement
    • Facilitators: Anna Dietrich, Andy Lacher, Tom Gunnarson, Steve Cook
  • 17:00 Adjourn/No-Host Networking Event
FMI: https://na.eventscloud.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=629697&

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