Flying is the easy part,
try integrating it!

Drones, reusable rockets, supersonics, UAM, hybrids, rotorcraft, ultralights, dirigibles, personal flying devices, airships, spaceports... We challenge you to find an aircraft that we don't mention! We have so much to talk about when it comes to new entrant technologies that nearly all our conference sessions cover them! Integration is the name of the game October 21 - 23. You only have ONE WEEK left to register!
SPOTLIGHT: Managing Increasing Complexity in ATM
New Concepts for NAS Operations that Meet Tomorrow's Challenges
Tuesday, Oct. 22 - 3:30 p.m. - Quesada Theater
Forget planes, trains, and automobiles. Tomorrow's transportation sector will include commercial space tourism, underground hyperloops, self-driving cars navigating smart pavement, and automation.
Increasing complexity and traffic in the NAS will continue to pressure the system, and challenge those who work within it to more rapidly evolve and expand safe and efficient operations.

Join our panel of FAA leaders as they look at the trends, risks, issues, and opportunities in unmanned systems, commercial space, and manned aviation, as well as their effects on airspace operations.You won't want to miss this discussion.
Lisa Sullivan, Palantir, and Katie Pribyl, formerly of AOPA, spoke about generational workforce challenges at the 2018 ATCA Annual conference.
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Free Education Spotlight
 GUTMA: It's Time to Make UTM Operational
Tuesday, Oct. 22 - 10:35 a.m. - Williams Theater
Interested in the status of integration of UAS into the NAS? Don’t miss Tuesday's Global UTM Association (GUTMA) panel session. Moderated by Reinaldo Negron, head of UTM at Wing and co-president of GUTMA, the panel features top industry experts Steve Bradford (FAA Chief Scientist for Architecture and NextGen Development), Philip Hall (RelmaTech Co-Founding Director & CEO), Mike Glasgow (Wing's Technical Standards & System Architect), and Amit Ganjoo (ANRA Technologies Founder and CEO).

Expect an insightful, and possibly controversial, discussion on the FAA’s view of UTM Concept of Operations, ASTM’s proposed industry standards for remote ID, the technological challenges to providing network and broadcast remote ID, and why remote ID and tracking is the key to unlocking commercial UAS BVLOS operations.
Exhibitor Spotlight
Stop by booth 201 to experience some of SAIC's innovative approaches to controller training.

SAIC's booth features award-winning ATC simulation games and demos of their unique MicroEngage training solution.

Learn more about SAIC’s training and engineering solutions at booth 201 or by visiting saic.com/dot-faa .
SAIC’s Modern Training and Enterprise Engineering Solutions Help Meet the FAA’s Mission
As a premier systems engineering and systems integration company, SAIC has expertise in enterprise software systems development and modernization of applications using the latest software tools and technologies. SAIC excels in DevSecOps, Agile software development, and web-based and cloud solutions. SAIC's proven track record of collaboration with its customers and end users helps meet the FAA’s mission. SAIC will demonstrate these capabilities, by invitation only, in Meeting
Room M-7.
Thank You to Our Sponsors!
Oct. 21-23, 2019 - Walter E. Washington Convention Center - D.C.

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