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October 15, 2014
Unmanned Systems 2015 Call for Papers Is Open

Don't miss out on the opportunity to present your latest unmanned systems research, ideas and projects at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2015. The 2015 Call for Papers is now open, and we'll only be accepting submissions for a little while longer! Visit the link below to get started:

Not interested in submitting a proposal to present, or looking for other ways to get involved in 2015? In addition to technical proposals, we are also accepting general program ideas and proposals to develop panels or workshops. Visit the links below to participate:

All eligible ideas and proposals will be entered into a community vote this fall as well as reviewed by our 2015 Conference Program Committee. All technical proposals will undergo the same peer review process as in the past.

Participating has it's benefits! Selected speakers, panelists and moderators will receive COMPLIMENTARY FULL CONFERENCE PASSES.

Session Seeker and the Call for Papers now closes on Friday, 31 October so don't delay!

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October 15, 2014
Unmanned Systems 2015 Call for Papers Is Open

Don't miss out on the opportunity to present your latest unmanned systems research, ideas and projects at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2015. The 2015 Call for Papers is now open, and we'll only be accepting submissions for a little while longer! Visit the link below to get started:

Not interested in submitting a proposal to present, or looking for other ways to get involved in 2015? In addition to technical proposals, we are also accepting general program ideas and proposals to develop panels or workshops. Visit the links below to participate:

All eligible ideas and proposals will be entered into a community vote this fall as well as reviewed by our 2015 Conference Program Committee. All technical proposals will undergo the same peer review process as in the past.

Participating has it's benefits! Selected speakers, panelists and moderators will receive COMPLIMENTARY FULL CONFERENCE PASSES.

Session Seeker and the Call for Papers now closes on Friday, 31 October so don't delay!

Comments are closed.