11. April 2017 @ 16:30 - 18:00Public
In today’s digital society, the use of unmanned aviation systems is becoming increasingly commonplace and the focus of significant interest. This year’s Flight Guidance Colloquium will explore the challenges faced by practical use, in particular for smaller, unmanned aviation systems (‘drones’) which the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) classifies as ‘open’ or ‘specific’. The talks will focus on possible risks presented by drones for other aircraft, signal monitoring for the respective remote control systems, and monitoring of drones in airspace.
The DLR Institute of Flight Guidance and TU Braunschweig warmly invite you to attend the event at Braunschweig Research Airport.
Programme 2017 – Unmanned aviation systems in practice
21 February 2017
Damaged Mechanisms caused by Foreign Object Damage (FOD) in Aircraft Engines
Moritz Wirth (Rolls-Royce plc)
28 February 2017
Holographic Radar and the Safe Integration of Drones
Tim Quilter (Aveillant Ltd.)
14 March 2017
Unifly – Unmanned Traffic Management
Jürgen Verstaen (UniFly)
11 April 2017
Signal Monitoring for Remote-controlled Drones and Possible Countermeasures
Jürgen Modlich (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG)
18 April 2017 +++ NEW DATE +++
A Real Danger to Aircraft: Damage Estimation in Cases of Collision with a Drone
Olaf Ronsdorf (Lufthansa Technik AG)
25 April 2017 +++ NEW DATE +++
We only have One Sky – Drones and Manned Aviation: Can we get along?
Thomas Mildenberger (IFALPA | ECA | Vereinigung Cockpit)
The events will be held from 16:30 to 18.00 in the Hermann Blenk Auditorium on the grounds of DLR Braunschweig. All talks are free of charge and open to the public.