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We'll be attending the Commercial UAV Expo in Las Vegas, NV from September 7th to 9th
at The Mirage Hotel and Resort.

Commercial UAV Expo Americas is North America’s leading trade show and conference focusing on the integration and operation of commercial UAS with more exhibitors than any other commercial drone event. Industries covered include Construction; Drone Delivery; Energy & Utilities; Forestry & Agriculture; Infrastructure & Transportation; Mining & Aggregates; Public Safety & Emergency Services; Security; and Surveying & Mapping. It is presented by Commercial UAV News and organized by Diversified Communications.

Head out there and join us for this outstanding event.

Here are some links to Commercial UAV Expo:

Hashtag:              #expouav
Twitter:                @expouav

ULTRA Executive Director Ray Adams will be participating in the the U.S. Helicopter Safety Team DC Infrastructure Summit in Washington DC on March 12-13th, 2020


USHST/IWG Summit Invitation
6th Annual USHST Washington, DC Infrastructure Summit

The primary goal of this summit is to identify and assemble a diverse cross section of government and industry experts and leaders who can not only speak to the technical subject matter of low altitude aviation infrastructure for rotorcraft and Urban Air Mobility but who can also actively engage in advancing positive discussions towards improvements in this area. For this reason, we ask that groups be selective as to who their organization identifies to represent their interest and select individuals that can speak on their organization’s behalf.


ULTRA trustees Ray Adams and Ron Leach will be participating in the the Vertical Flight Society's Workshop at Rowan University on March 17-18th, 2020


The Vertical Flight Society is hosting its 2nd Workshop on eVTOL Infrastructure for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) on March 17-18, 2020, at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey (not far from Philadelphia or the FAA Tech Center in Atlantic City). 

This two-day meeting is the second in a series of solution-focused workshops — the first workshop in Sept. 2019. In the first workshop, industry representatives and regulators focused on the "defining challenges" of electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, identifying key stakeholders and strategies for moving forward. 

This 2nd Workshop is dedicated to Infrastructure for the purpose of identifying foundational elements needed to support the development of safe, functional and economically viable infrastructure to support UAM applications. 

Segments of the workshop's discussion will dovetail directly into and leverage work currently underway by the International Helicopter Safety Foundation (IHSF) and the United States Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) in which the Vertical Flight Safety actively collaborates.

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