ASTM’s 2nd Annual AC377 Autonomy Design & Operations in Aviation Symposium

ASTM’s 2nd Annual AC377 Autonomy Design & Operations in Aviation Symposium

This face to face event will address autonomy in aviation across the full safety continuum of aircraft from unmanned to passenger flight. Along with live engagement from attendees, the event will discuss regulatory barriers, operational enablers, reevaluate assumptions, and explore technology assurances. Sponsored by Wisk and Wing. Symposium Objectives: - Discuss standards development for aviation autonomy - Bring forward perspectives from other SDO's, industry leaders, and government - Promote recommendations from forthcoming report on regulatory barriers to aviation autonomy Register and book your hotel accommodations by September 27 to take advantage of the discounted group rate.

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0730 Registration Opens

0830 Welcome, Logistics, AC377 Ovewview
Steve Cook, AC377 Chair

0900 What 100,00 autonomous drone deliveries taught us about safety
Keynote Speaker: Adam Woodworth, Chief Technology Officer, Wing

1000 BREAK

1015 Panel Session - AC377 Technical Report 3 - Regulatory Barriers for Aviation Autonomy
Moderator: Tom Gunnarson, Wisk

1130 LUNCH (provided)

12:30 Everyday, Autonomous Passenger Flight
Keynote Speaker: Jon Lovegren, Head of Autonomy, Wisk

1330 Panel Session - Autonomy as an Operational Enabler: Why do we need autonomy?
Moderator: Wes Ryan, NASA

1430 BREAK (light snacks provided)

1445 Emergent Autonomy - A Step Toward Assurance
Andy Lacher, Noblis; Ryan Oksenhorn, Zipline

1515 Panel Session - Question Everything: Reevaluating Aviation Assumptions for Autonomy
Moderator: Anna Dietrich, AMD Consulting

1615 Open Forum - Slido Audience Engagement
Facilitators: Anna Dietrich, Andy Lacher, Tom Gunnarson, Steve Cook

1700 Adjourn/No-Host Networking Event

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October 19th, 2021 7:30 PM   through   5:00 PM
Santa Clara Marriott
2700 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

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