Unmanned Aircraft Systems East Conference
“We will continue to see significant [unmanned aircraft] growth for some years into the future...”
– Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
Amid the continued support and urging by the Secretary of Defense for more unmanned ISR aircraft in the field, billions of dollars continue to be directed toward both procurement and research and development of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs). The Air Force, Army and OSD have all significantly outlined their strategic path and roadmaps for UAS growth while the Navy and Marine Corps are ramping up their unmanned aircraft requirements, procurement and development. In order to meet these demands, UAS sophistication will need to continue to grow considerably, opening the gate to a flood of developmental opportunities in key enabling technologies – what role will your organization play?
This exciting comprehensive conference brings together key officials and representatives from both government and industry that will examine the recent developments, most critical capability gaps, and likely future direction for unmanned aircraft systems
What are the Services? and COCOM?s roadmaps for Unmanned Aircraft Systems?
What are latest UAS capabilities and technologies for manned-unmanned teaming?
What is the way forward for integration unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System?
What are the latest statuses and forecasts for all classes of UAS?