GUTMA Annual Conference ***** Supported by GSMA IoT Programme ***** Hosted by Intel
The goal of the conference is to create a bridge between the aviation and telecommunication industries. At the end of the event, participants in both sectors must be able to provide concrete answers to the following question: “How can the telecommunication industry contribute to the safe, secure, and efficient integration of new entrants into the airspace?”
The event is designed to foster learning opportunities, candid discussions, and collaboration between participants. The first day is dedicated to explaining key concepts of aviation and telecommunication at an appropriate technical level. The following two days then offer deep dives into topics such as drones’ remote identification, aerial LTE coverage and robustness, redundancy solutions in various environments, 5G in aviation, deployment roadmapping, and more.
In line with GUTMA’s mission, talks will focus on globally interoperable services, including a wide range of international solutions and standards. Participation does not require any previous knowledge of aviation or telecommunication concepts. However, all talks and workshops will be technical in nature.
Registration includes lunch on each day, as well as a social event in Portland on June 19 (day 2). Transport to and from the venue will be provided.