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DAY 1 – TUESDAY 2 JULY 2019 – AFTERNOON

13.00 – 14.00
Registration & Issuing of Badges

Session 1 – Belgian views

14.00 – 14.10
Opening Words
Christian Berlanger – Director General International & Public Affairs, skeyes, Belgium

01  14.10 – 14.25
Belgian Civil Drone Council
Kris Clarysse – Federal Public Service Mobility & Transport, Belgium

02  14.25 – 14.40
Implementation of U-Space in Belgium: Challenges & Opportunities
Hendrik-Jan Van Der Gucht – skeyes, Belgium

03  14.40 – 14.55
UTM Implementing New European Delegated Regulation – E-Identification
Marc Kegelaers – Unifly, Belgium

04  14.55 – 15.10
The Necessity of Training Pilots and of Having Learning Objectives for Europe
Patrick Mascart – ID2MOVE, Belgium

05  15.10 – 15.25
Remote Pilot Training & Qualification – EU Harmonization is a Must
Rob Deroo – VIVES University of Applied Sciences – DroneLab , Belgium

15.25 – 15.40    Panel Discussion

15.40 – 16.30    Refreshment & Networking Break

Session 2 – Flight Operational Considerations

06  16.30 – 16.45
Drone Regulatory Needs for Media Production
Grégoire Guerout (TBC) – Alerion, France
On behalf of the Multidrone Consortium

07  16.45 – 17.00
Drones & Farmers – Reflections on Current & Future Applications
Peter Paree – ZLTO Farmers Organisation, The Netherlands

08  17.00 – 17.15
Assisting Drones Operators in the Use of the SORA
Stéphane Morelli – Azur Drones, France

09  17.15 – 17.30
SAMWISE: SORA Made Easier with an Online Tool
Matteo Carta – EuroUSC-Italia, Italy

10  17.30 – 17.45
DroneRules Pro – Privacy Code of Conduct
Panagiotis Loukinas – Trilateral Research, UK

17.45 – 18.00    Panel Discussion

18.00 – 19.30     Cocktails & Networking

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY 3 JULY 2019 – MORNING

Session 3 – Flight Operations

11  09.00 – 09.15
Overview of Rijkswaterstaat’s Current & Future Drone Applications
Ms Ariea Vermeulen – Rijkswaterstaat, The Netherlands

12  09.15 – 09.30
Drone Applicational Research
Steven Krekels – VITO – Flemish Institute for Technological Research, Belgium

13  09.30 – 09.45
Flight Operations in High Risk Areas
Michael Maes – EuroUSC-BeNeLux, The Netherlands

14  09.45 – 10.00
Drones – Reflections on Current & Future Drone Applications & Bottlenecks
Jarno de Jong – Geo Infra, The Netherlands

10.00 – 10.15   Panel Discussion

10.15 – 11.15   Refreshment & Networking Break

Session 4 – Regulation & U-Space

15  11.15 – 11.30
RPAS Regulation Implementation & U-Space
Koen de Vos – European Commission – Directorate General Mobility & Transport, European Union

16  11.30 – 11.45
The EU drone Regulation – The State of Play
Antonio Marchetto – European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), European Union

17  11.45 – 12.00
European Network of U-space Demonstrators – Challenges & Opportunities
Munish Khurana – EUROCONTROL, ECAC Countries

18  12.00 – 12.15
Transition to European Regulation on UAS in Spain
Gregorio Peraleda – Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea (AESA), Spain

12.15 – 12.30   Panel Discussion

12.30 – 14.00   Lunch & Networking

DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY 3 JULY 2019 – AFTERNOON

Session 5 – U-Space, Safety & Enforcement

19  14.00 – 14.15
PODIUM – Pushing the U-space Envelope!
Peter Alty – EUROCONTROL, ECAC Countries

20  14.15 – 14.30
Regulatory Oversight & Enforcement – What is Required & Why
Jasper Weijman – Bavak Security Group, The Netherlands

21  14.30 – 14.45
How to Conduct Safe and Legal Drone Operations
Stephan van Vuren – AirHub, The Netherlands

22  14.45 – 15.00
When Safety Matters – Parachutes as a Risk Mitigation Measure for Drones
Andreas Ploier – Drone Rescue Systems, Austria

23  15.00 – 15.15
Integration of Drones into Airspace
Piotr Sirko – Helios, UK

15.15 – 15.30    Panel Discussion

15.30 – 16.30    Refreshment & Networking Break

Session 6 – Pilot Training & Test/Training Centres

24  16.30 – 16.45
Drone Pilot Training & Qualification – EU & International Harmonization is a Must
Damian Ehrke – UDH Group, South Africa

25  16.45 – 17.00
Drone Pilot Training & Qualification – EU Harmonization is a Must
Erwin George – ENGIE, France

26  17.00 – 17.15
The Necessity of Training Pilots and Having Learning Objectives for Europe
Matthieu Gérard – DeltaCopter – Belgian Drone School, Belgium

27  17.15 – 17.30
What’s Needed to Guarantee Professionalism
Kees Boonman – Explain, The Netherlands

28  17.30 – 17.45
Testing & Experimentation – The Blueprint of a Dedicated Zone
Nico Nijenhuis – Space53, The Netherlands

17.45 – 18.00   Panel Discussion

18.00 – 19.30   Cocktails & Networking

DAY 3 – THURSDAY 4 JULY 2019 – MORNING

Session 7 – Test/Training Centres & Standards

29  09.00 – 09.15
Drone Test Centre Requirements Enabling Pragmatic & Safe Operations
Jan-Floris Boer – Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR), The Netherlands

30  09.15 – 09.30
AW-Drones: Developing a Meta-Standard to Support Drone Operations
Matteo Carta – EuroUSC-Italia
On behalf of AW-Drones Consortium

31  09.30 – 09.45
Review of Ongoing & Upcoming Standards Work Relative to the “Specific” Category
Speaker TBA – EUROCAE, France

32  09.45 – 10.00
Status of European Harmonized Standards for the “Open” Category UAS
Karim Benmeziane – Bureau de Normalisation de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, France
On behalf of ASD STAN, European Union

10.00 – 10.15     Panel Discussion

10.15 – 11.15     Refreshment & Networking Break

Session 8 – Collaboration & Integration

33  11.15 – 11.30
The Positive Way of Working Together in a National Drone Expert Group & Results
Robert van Nieuwland – DARPAS, The Netherlands

34  11.30 – 11.45
Mind the Gap: Concepts & Pathways for a Socially Acceptable Future of RPAS in Europe
Robin Kellermann & Tobias Biehle – Technical University Berlin, Germany

35  11.45 – 12.00
INTERREG-ICAReS: Objectives & Results
Sven Willemsen – Municipality of Woensdrecht, The Netherlands
On behalf of INTERREG-ICAReS Consortium

12.15 – 12.30    Panel Discussion

12.30 – 12.45
Conclusions & Closing Remarks
Peter van Blyenburgh – UVS International


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