The Connected Skies Forum – GUTMA Annual Conference, supported by the GSMA IoT Programme and hosted by Intel, in Portland, Oregon, on June 18-20 – will be the first-ever event to congregate the aviation, drone, and telecommunication industries for unmanned traffic management (UTM). There will be 300 technologists from these sectors to articulate common technical guidelines and deliver high-level outcomes. Connected Skies aims to cross-pollinate these fields and channel the drive in UTM into a consensual direction.

The technology-focused program covers a well-curated assortment of connectivity and interoperability features of UTM, organised in high-profile panels, buzzing sessions, interactive pop-ups and workshops, as well as tech-geek discussions. Representatives of ICAO, FAA, JAXA, ISO, ASTM, Airbus, GSMA, Intel, Verizon, Skyward, Unifly, AirMap, Altitude Angel, Boeing, AUVSI, NATS, DJI, NUAIR Alliance, Thales, Project Wing @X, Amazon – just to name a few – will share their insights and latest findings.

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Autonomous Mobility Summit 2019, June 21, Portland (OR)

Partner event of Connected Skies, organised by Technology Association of Oregon

Bringing together thought-leaders from the public, private, and academic sectors, participants in this invite-only workshop will tackle issues at the intersection of autonomous mobility on the land and sea, and in the air with rapid deployment and evolution of drones and even air taxis. Participants can expect to engage in interactive discussions on topics such as interoperability and standards development, learn from their peers, and contribute to the development of solutions to better integrate aerial, terrestrial, and marine mobility technologies.
Note: This is an INVITE ONLY event.  To RSVP, please email
Please indicate that you heard about the event from the GUTMA newsletter, and also if you attend Connected Skies.