The second part of the FAA UAS Symposium is taking place on September 14th and 15th. Even though the drone event is in virtual mode, you must get a ticket to attend it. Note that the tickets are not cheap.
The 2021 Symposium consists of two parts (considering four days on zoom is tiring for people), and Part 2 comes in mid-September. Second half of the drone event associates with enterprise and external large-scale drone users. Those drone users include law enforcers and public security employees to visualize the latest developments of Tactical BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight).
What to expect from FAA UAS Symposium
If you are attending the 2021 FAA UAS Symposium, you better be prepared for it. Below, we share all the costs and the estimates of the 2021 edition.
- Both Episodes- Industry: $375
- Both Episodes- (Government + Military + Public Security + Enrollment): $299
- Per Episode- Industry: $249
- Cost Per Episode- (Government + Military + Public Security + Enrollment): $175
- Cost Per Episode- One Day: $150
The biggest topics regarding the 2021 FAA UAS Symposium include bigger drone integration, with the priorities of highly debatable areas, such as the remote identification of drones. Moreover, the topics include flying drones beyond the visual line of sight (VLOS), Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC), and more.
Sessions of this drone event include:
- Visualizing UTM: Around the World in 55 Minutes
- Ready! Let It Rip! What are the details that you require before going to the controlled airspace
- Tactical BVLOS: Watching around the corner saves many lives
- Flight Data Management: It is not associated with commercial aircraft anymore
- UTM Integration: Our current situation and our goal
- One step ahead of everyone else.
Even though it was a virtual event, the 2021 FAA UAS Symposium promises interactions with FAA experts. Although it is an FAA event, it runs in a partnership with Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI). AVSI is a company working on advanced unmanned robotics.