Part II of 2021 FAA UAS Symposium set for September — and tickets are not cheap

Part II of 2021 FAA UAS Symposium set for September — and tickets are not cheap

Part II of the 2021 FAA UAS Symposium is about for September 14 and 15 and — regardless of the drone occasion being held nearly — you’re going to want to purchase a ticket to attend (and tickets aren’t low-cost).

The 2021 FAA UAS Symposium has been damaged into two elements (presumably 4 days on Zoom just isn’t one thing individuals wished), and Part II is approaching September 14 and 15. The 2021 FAA UAS Symposium’s second half is designed for enterprise and different large-scale drone customers together with legislation enforcement, first responders and public security employees, to discover the vital  developments of Tactical BVLOS (past visible line of sight). 

But in the event you’re attending, be ready to pay up. Here’s how much it costs to attend what’s the sixth Annual FAA UAS Symposium:

Pass kind Cost
Both Episodes — Industry $375
Both Episodes — Government + Military + Public Safety + Student $299
Per Episode — Industry $249
Per Episode — Government + Military + Public Safety + Student $175
Per Episode — One Day $150

The scorching matters at this yr’s symposium together with broader drone integration, with a particular concentrate on hotly debated areas together with remote identification of drones, flying them beyond visual line of sight, Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), and extra.

Sessions embody:

  • Exploring UTM: Around the World in 55 Minutes
  • Ready, Set, Go! What You Need to Know Before Entering Controlled Airspace
  • Tactical BVLOS: Seeing Around the Corner Saves Lives
  • Flight Data Management: It’s Not Just for Commercial Aircraft Anymore
  • UTM Integration: Where We Are & Where We’re Headed
  • One Step BEYOND

Though it’s a digital occasion, the FAA guarantees that there shall be alternatives to work together with FAA consultants and friends throughout displays, roundtables and digital networking. While it’s technically an Federal Aviation Administration occasion, it’s run in shut partnership with the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), a global nonprofit group working to advance use of unmanned robotics.

AUVSI runs its personal in-person convention (this yr’s is about for August 16-19, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia) referred to as XPONENTIAL. XPONENTIAL runs $609 for the total convention cross for AUVSI members (or $709 for non-members).