Join us at the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Traffic Management Convention or UTM 2015, July 28-30, at NASA’s Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California for a unique opportunity to engage in small group discussions to help shape the future of low-altitude unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) traffic management. NASA Ames Research Center and the Silicon Valley Chapter AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International) are co-hosting this convention to address the anticipation of a widespread increase of low-altitude UAS operations. We are entering a new era of aviation where unmanned aircraft will be used for new commercial and civilian applications, both remotely piloted and fully autonomous.  Their safe and effective integration into the national airspace is a critical requirement for achieving their true potential.  

The three-day event will bring together a broad international and U.S. audience of government and civilian representatives including leaders from industry, and academia to discuss, understand, and define the UAS impact and challenges ahead.

Panel speakers will discuss low altitude traffic management with reference to:

Policy issues, including privacy, safety and security

Emerging markets and operations

Strategies for low-altitude traffic management

International perspectives

For event details and to register as an attendee, exhibitor, or media representative, visit: for questions.

Consider taking a role in shaping the future of aviation and UAS. Register today!