NHADEC Launches Unmanned Systems Committee

March 30, 2018

NHADEC has established its first industry specific committee,  the Unmanned Systems Committee, to assist member company engage with the rapidly growing unmanned systems market. From both military and civilian unmanned air vehicles, to driver-less ground transportation, to autonomous underwater operations, unmanned systems may be viewed as one of the most rapidly growing sectors in the world.  USC’s  mission is to provide assistance with government relations, member promotion, and technical interchange to NHADEC member companies. In the area of government relations, the committee organizes presentations from various military, industry, and regulatory agencies to inform NHADEC members of unmanned systems requirements and the methodologies available for pursuing business opportunities within the sector. With respect to promotional activities, the committee coordinates with other NHADEC committees; and federal and state economic development agencies, to assist member companies present their products and capabilities at major events such as the Farnborough and Paris Air Shows. On the engineering and product development front, the committee organizes technical briefings and open workshops to inform member companies on various new technologies that may be transitioned to product and business opportunities. More information on committee activities may be obtained from the committee chair, Dr. W.D. Rawle, Director, Advanced Programs and Research, Ultra Electronics Flightline Systems, walter.rawle@ultra-fei.com, 585 851 1777

W.D. Rawle, PhD
Ultra Electronics
Chair, USC