ICAS Emerging Technology Forum 2017

“Intelligent and Autonomous Technologies in Aeronautics - Software Engineering and Unmanned Aerial Systems”

In connection with the meeting of the ICAS Programme Committee, September 2017 in Winterthur, Switzerland a one and a half-day workshop was arranged. The workshop provided an excellent possibility to experts from all over the world in the field to exchange views and to identify further areas of potential cooperation. The workshop programme, the presentations during the workshop and the media release can be downloaded below. In case of problem with downloading - contact the ICAS Secretariat.
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Workshop Programme

Welcome adress of Prof. Shinji Suzuki, Chair ICAS Programme Committee

Software Engineering in Aeronautics
Dr. Paul Nielsen, CEO of SEI (Software Engineering Institute), Carnegie Mellon University, USA

What ANA expects for the Progress on Intelligent Data Analysis for Aircraft Maintenance
Mr. Toshihiko Noguchi, All Nippon Airways, Vice President, Engineering & Maintenance Center, Tokyo, Japan

Digital Flight Engineer: Autonomy for Pilot Assistance
Dr. Jae-Woo Choi, Aurora Flight Sciences, Lucerne, Switzerland

H2020 VISION : EU-Japan collaborative research on intelligent flight control systems
Dr. Yoko Watanabe, ONERA, France

Can AI pass CPL(H) Skill Test
Mr. Luuk van Dijk, Founder and CEO, Daedalean AG, Zurich, Switzerland

Lessons learned from deployment and operation of 30k small aircraft and drone cooperative collision avoidance systems
Mr. Andrea Schlapbach, FLARM Technology Ltd., Switzerland

From Industrial Big Data to Artificial Intelligence at Airbus
Mr. Ronny Fehling, head of data-driven technologies, AirBus, Germany

On the Horizon for the Global Drone Ecosystem - from concept to practicality
Mr. Sebastian Babiarz, Head of Strategic Business Development, CTO Office, Airmap, USA

Collision Avoidance for Remotely Piloted Systems
Mr. Johan Pellebergs, SAAB

Integrating Drones into Civil Air Traffic – Challenges and Concepts
Dr. Peter Lenhart, Head of Human Factors Engineering, Center of Aviation, zhaw, Switzerland

Meteodrones - Moving Towards an Operational Drone Network for Weather Measurements
Dr. Martin Fengler, CEO Meteomatics, Switzerland

Aerial Object Tracking from an Airborne Platform
Dr. Daniel Ambuehl, RUAG Aviation, Switzerland

High Fidelity Small UAS Collision Damage Modeling Strategies and Frangibility Studies
Dr. Javid Bayandor, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech, College of Engineering, USA

FAA UAS Regulation
Mr. Ian Ross, FAA, USA

The Development of the Future European Rules on Unmanned Aircraft –a Risk Based and Proportional Approach
Mr. Antonio Marchetto, RPAS Technologies Expert EASA, Germany

Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) Regulations in Australia
Dr. Cees Bil, Associate Professor, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

SORA – Risk Assessment for Unmanned Airborne Mobility
Mr. Markus Farner, manager innovation and advanced technology, Swiss Federal Office for Civil Aviation, Switzerland

Summary of Prof. Shinji Suzuki, Chair ICAS Programme Committee

Summarising Media Release from ICAS Workshop 2017