European Civil Aviation Conference says that U-space “is a set of specific services and procedures designed to ensure safe and efficient access to airspace for a large number of drones, and which are based on high levels of digitalisation and automation.” The goal of U-space is to, therefore, enable a large number of UAVs to be simultaneously operational in harmonious co-existence with the current ATM system.
The DroneTalks U-space fundamentals course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of U-space regulations today. That includes a series of aviation experts teaching the following:
Amit Ganjoo is a serial entrepreneur and international provider of UAS Traffic Management (UTM) services and CIS. ANRA offers intelligent and modular software capabilities as part of our family of solutions, enabling ecosystems for compliant uncrewed and multi-modal operations for municipalities, states, or nations.
Amit has over 20 years of aviation, telecom, and wireless experience. He is an engineer and licensed pilot, following a lifelong passion in aviation and builds experimental aircraft. Until 2016, he was the co-chair for FCC’s Technical Advisory Council for 5G and IoT. He was the Director of Engineering at and Principal Architect at Ericsson. He is a member of Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) Complete Air Traffic System Global Council (CATS), board member for Global UTM Association (GUTMA), member of the FAA’s Advance Aviation Advisory Committee, member of Australia CASA UTM Working Group, UK Future Aviation Industry Working Groups, and ICAO Aviation Trust Framework Study Group.
Lorenzo is a graduated aerospace engineer, innovation manager and specialist in aviation, system safety and drones. He is the Founder & CEO at Murzilli Consulting, a digital consulting agency focused on aviation. Leader of the Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems WG-SRM, he oversees the work of more than 100 professionals in several task forces developing recommendations for safety and risk management of drones operations worldwide.
Guest lecturer at the Zürich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and the Xihua University, previously with Leonardo, Pilatus Aircraft and the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation, Lorenzo has developed a striking ability to boost innovation in safety-critical environments and enjoys exploring the intersection of safety and disruptive technologies that can advance the human race forward.
Graduated from the French Civil Aviation Academy (ENAC) as an Air Transport Engineer in 1978. After Military Service, joined in 1979 a DGAC (French CAA) local office in Normandy and in 1986 a Central Office in Paris where he worked on airworthiness codes and implemented the safety research program.
In 1991, joined the Joint Aviation Authorities as Regulation Director. In 2004, joined EASA where he occupied various posts as head of the department and in the last three years as Principal Advisor for new technologies. Retired in 2019. Married, 3 daughters and a grandson.
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