Unmanned Systems Canada – Systèmes Télécommandés Canada (USC-STC) has now closed the Unmanned Canada.20 Call for Presentations and Call for Student Presentations.
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Call for Conference Presentations – CLOSED
USC–STC’s Conference Program Committee is inviting all professional operators, industry OEM suppliers, service providers, academics, as well as government, regulatory and business experts who are using, building or advancing Canada’s Unmanned Technologies to submit abstracts for consideration to speak at this year’s event.
UnmannedCanada.20 Presentation Topics
Each Conference, the Conference Committee selects key topics that allow us to explore, expand and colaborate on topics that are relevant and current for the Unmanned and Remote Industry.
The Next 5 Years in RPAS
- BVLOS Operations
- Urban Air Mobility
- Economic Projections
- What’s the next Big Thing?
End Users & Applications
- Energy Applications with Focus on Oil and Gas
- Forestry and Agriculture; Crop Spraying
- Defense and Security
- Helping Secure Nations from pandemics;
- Arctic and Maritime Challenges and Opportunities
Safety & Integration
- UTM/RTM - Airspace Integration
- Counter-UAS Technologies and Operations
- Collaboration with Airports and Manned Aviation Stakeholders
- Operator Testing and Training
- RPAS Design, Test and Certification: Challenges and Solutions
Students from Canadian and Colleges can also participate in the UC20Calgary Conference by presenting an overview of their research in progress or complete work, through either a poster or oral presentation. In addition, students are encouraged to enter the Unmanned.20 Student Paper Competition.
Cash prizes will be awarded for the most outstanding research/technical paper ($800), oral presentation ($350), and poster ($350). While a student may give more than one presentation (e.g. a talk and a poster), they can only receive one award.
The Unmanned Canada.20 Student Competitions are open to all Canadian undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in full-time studies in a recognized university or college at the time of submission. Attending the conference will be required to receive an award.