Webinar

Airspace assessment (UAM) and a Military perspective of U-space

A European Network of U-space Demonstrators webinar
Drone flying through a city

Current restrictions imposed across Europe due to COVID-19 have resulted in an enhanced need to deliver medical equipment quickly between hospitals, monitor movement of people in cities under restrictions, and limit tasks that require face-to-face interaction by having them performed by drones. This has further emphasised the need for U-space to enable management of unmanned traffic in very low level airspace in a safe and efficient manner.  

To this end, we are organising a series of webinars, where members of the European Network of U-space Demonstrators from across Europe will share their U-space knowhow and experience.

The second webinar, focused on the:

  • outcome of airspace assessment in Riga an vision of Latvian ANSP for drone operations;
  • U-Space - NATO UAS Staff officer's military perspective.

Our webinars consist of presentations from U-space leaders, followed by a panel discussion, where you will have the opportunity to submit your questions to the panellists.

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Speakers

Erika Neimane
Head of ATM Section
CAA of Latvia
Ross Mckenzie
Staff Officer
NATO

Moderator

Munish Khurana
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
EUROCONTROL

Presentations

Towards Drone AIM in Latvia using UAS Geographical zones SJSC “

Didzis Dobelis AIS LGS

Riga CTR airspace assessment for drone operations

Ērika Neimane CAA Latvia

U Space, a NATO UAS staff officer's military perspective

Ross McKenzie NATO

Background

On 19 October 2018, the European Commission launched the European Network of U-space Demonstrators to support U-space projects and solutions. The network is a forum to share U-space lessons learned to accelerate transition from demonstrations to implementation, whilst ensuring drone operations are safe, secure and green. More info on our dedicated pages.

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