The intended trainees are experienced scientists and industry engineers from NATO and Partner countries who are involved in activity of the development and deployment of UAV systems. Participants of the training will be specialists who are working in area of UAV control and navigation systems development and exploitation as well as scientists involved in research and development activity in those areas.
The most important outcome for all participants will be acquaintance and knowledge of the development of UAVs using modern technologies for their control and navigation systems that will provide safety and security of their operation. Not least important is recognition of capabilities and areas where UAV can be deployed to improve safety and security. The event will focus on energy infrastructure as well as natural, technical and critical objects in case of emergency.
Additional gain form the event would be ideas for future scientific and technical activities in the field of research and development of UAV control and navigation systems as well as possible areas of the systems deployment. That will be initialized during every day discussions which will be summaries of each panel of the training. The planned publication in the NATO series will not only include the speeches but also the summaries, ideas and collaborations that would be established during the event.
The NATO SPS ATC grant can be subsidize the travel and living expenses of Non-Speakers/Trainees from NATO countries and eligible partner countries or International Organizations unable to obtain financial support from other sources. Please mark in the application during registration if a financial support from NATO grant is needed or will be covered by participant. The selection process of participants that require financial support will be carried out by organizing committee after registration deadline.