Quiet Drones 2022


Monday, 27 June 2022 00:00 until Thursday, 30 June 2022 00:00


fully remote event


Tel +44 (0)7710 439627



Quiet Drones 2022

June 27-30, 2022

Quiet Drones

Second International Symposium on Noise from UAVs UASs and eVTOLs – On-line Symposium


INCE/Europe in association with CidB

Updated 7th May 2022

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The Programme takes shape

Over 40 abstracts from 17 countries have been submitted.

Four Keynotes Announced…

Advancing Aerial Mobility in the USA: A National Blueprint. Nicholas Lappos (Lockheed Martin) - USA

Activities of the NASA Urban Air Mobility Noise Working Group (UNWG). Stephen A. Rizzi NASA Langley Research Center - USA

Public acceptance and noise considerations in urban air mobility research – Intermediate results of DLR’s HorizonUAM project. Dr. Bianca I. Schuchardt, DLR-FL - Germany

A Summary of the 2020 e-Workshop: Aerial Mobility - Noise Issues and Technology held at the National Academy of Engineering. Robert Hellweg, Adnan Akay, Gregg Fleming, George Maling, Eric Wood - USA

and, in addition,

8 Structured Sessions

2 Panel Discussions


Download the Draft Programme


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