Emerging aviation technologies like unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), urban air mobility (UAM), unmanned traffic management (UTM), commercial space, other future technologies and associated infrastructure represent significant opportunities for member companies. NBAA recognizes the importance of this new environment and associated technologies and has established the Emerging Technologies Committee. The aviation professionals who make up this committee will help drive the future of aviation safety and policy.
The Emerging Technologies Committee will also consider autonomous operations, electric propulsion and other innovative technology and specifically, the integration of these new technologies into the National Airspace System (NAS). The committee will provide insights that allow NBAA to advocate on behalf of industry on rulemaking, standards setting and policy-related activities. It will also conduct educational and training sessions for NBAA members and represent the industry by liaising with industry organizations and regulators in the U.S. and globally.
- Brad Hayden, Robotic Skies (Chair)
- Paul E. McDuffee, The Boeing Co., (Vice Chair)
- Heidi Williams, NBAA (National Business Aviation Association) (Staff Liaison)
NBAA members may also review the full committee roster.
Information & Resources
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – Review the latest news regarding the development of unmanned aircraft systems, and NBAA’s work with industry representatives and federal officials to safely integrate UAS into the National Airspace System.