Keynote speaker: Dawn Zoldi

The fifth confirmed keynote speaker to be announced for ICUAS 2021 is Dawn M. K. Zoldi (Colonel, United States Air Force Retired), a licensed attorney, an U.S. Air Force veteran and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of P3 Tech Consulting. The title of her talk is “An Around-the-World Review of Drone Regulations“.

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Author registration, final paper & video upload

A Registration is needed for each final paper to be uploaded. Online Registration, final paper and video upload starts on Monday, April 19. Each accepted paper must be uploaded in final form, regardless of how it will be presented during the Conference. Video presentation upload is mandatory for all virtual (non-physical) presentations. Please follow the…

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Registration fees updated

ICUAS’21 attendees will be able to register under different registration categories/rates. We are proud to keep the registration fees at the absolute minimum. There will be no “late registration”, and last minute registration (at nominal rate) will be possible until June 18, 2021.

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Fourth keynote talk announced

The fourth confirmed keynote speaker to be announced for ICUAS 2021 is Frank L. Lewis, Moncrief-O’Donnell Endowed Chair and Head, Advanced Controls & Sensors Group, from the UTA Research Institute (UTARI), The University of Texas at Arlington, USA. The title of his talk is “Resilient Fault-Tolerant Control for Multiagent UAV in Formations: Reinforcement Learning for…

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Submission is now closed

The conference committee is happy to announce that ICUAS 2021 received close to 260 submitted papers. The paper peer review process is in progress and results will be announced on April 15. Once all accepted papers are uploaded by May 10, the conference proceedings will be finalized and will be submitted to IEEE for publication…

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The third keynote talk announced

The third confirmed keynote speaker to be announced for ICUAS 2021 is Franck Ruffier, a senior research scientist at the Institute of Movement Science of CNRS –  Aix Marseille Université, France. The title of his talk is “From optic flow sensors to optic flow based guidance“.

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