ISCF Future Flight Networking Event - Regulation
Covering how a new and novel integrated aviation system should be regulated to ensure safety, this event will cover what regulations and standards need to be in place to ensure the safety of new aircraft in built environments and near airports, the fuels used and the charging of aircraft, how any modelling mirrors reality and how the new aircraft fly and ‘see’ round corners (and out of visual line of sight).
ISCF Future Flight Online Networking Events
– Regulation – 30th April
The aim of the three events is to:
- Convene interested parties to enable new collaborations to form
- Raise awareness of the successful applicants from Phase I
- Attract non-traditional aviation companies to Future Flight
- Inform on the capabilities and expertise on offer to support your Future Flight projec
10:30 Welcome – Michelle Carter, Head of Transport, KTN
10:35 ISCF Future Flight – Gary Cutts, Challenge Director, Innovate UK
10:50 HSE – Stuart Hawksworth, Head- Centre for Energy and Major Hazards, Health & Safety Executive
11:05 CAA – David Tait, Acting Head of Innovation, CAA
11:20 BSI – Nick Fleming, BSI
11:35 Drones & legal framework – Chris Reed, Professor of Electronic Commerce Law, QMUL
14:00 Pre-scheduled meetings
2 minute pitch presentations
If you are interested in presenting a 2 minute pitch to highlight your own capability, please express your interest during registration and we will contact you to let you know if your request is successful and send you a presentation template. This option is open to successful Phase I applicants and anyone interested in joining a consortium.
You will have the option to book meetings with delegates and dedicated sessions will be allocated for these meetings at the event.
It is hoped that Phase II of Future Flight will be opened soon.
Webcast recording and slides are now available:
Find the slides here.
Follow the link below to find out more about this event and to register.