Integrating RPAS Into European Civil Airspace

By Peter van Blyenburgh

In mid 2013, the European Commission’s European regulatory roadmap relative to the incremental integration of remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) into the European civil airspace environment will be published. It will take into account both airworthiness and air traffic management issues. Similar work is going on in other parts of the world. This free workshop, organised by UVS International, is taking place at the ATC Global 2013 Exhibition in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 12 March 2013. It brings together key regulatory organisations (EASA, European Commission, JARUS, Netherlands Ministry of Transport, CAA-NL) and experts (EuroSDR, EuroUSC, UVS International), to discuss the blockers and enablers to the current situation, as well as the way forward.

To attend, please register as a free exhibition visitor to ATC Global 2013 Exhibition and Conference, the meeting place for the international ATM community,  taking place from 12 – 14 March 2013 at the Amsterdam RAI. The event comprises a large-scale exhibition, executive level conference, VIP gala dinner and excellence awards ceremony, a comprehensive free workshop and seminar programme and unrivalled networking opportunities with global ATM stakeholders.

ATC Global  unites the international air traffic management community and its stakeholders, facilitating business partnerships and knowledge sharing between colleagues. In 2012, over 5,500 professionals from 116 countries attended the event. ATC Global comprises  the most comprehensive exhibition of its kind, showcasing a huge and diverse number of exhibiting companies supplying products and services to the international air traffic management marketplace.

There is no better place to meet face to face with potential suppliers.  The event features a executive level conference as well as  free educational programme of workshops and seminars led by industry experts and thought-leading organizations from across the air traffic management spectrum. Sessions will include best practice discussion and regulatory updates focusing on current hot topics in ATM, from technological development, to cross-border collaboration performance assessment, to working conditions. Every attendee, whatever their level or responsibility, will benefit from this engaging schedule.

To attend ATC Global and the “Integrating RPAS into European Civil Airspace”  workshop please register online here. http://www.atcglobalhub.com/freeregistration