Earth Imaging Journal: Remote Sensing, Satellite Images, Satellite Imagery
Breaking News

November 6, 2013
UAS TAAC 2013 Details Announced

Albuquerque, N.M., Nov. 1, 2013—The NMSU/PSL UAS Technical Analysis and Applications Center (TAAC) invite you to join us December 9-12, 2013, at the beautiful and scenic Hyatt Regency Tamaya, located on the Santa Ana Pueblo, just north of Albuquerque, NM. We hope you plan on attending this ’must-attend’ event.

TAAC 2013 will begin with an evening reception on December 9, and will feature three days of insightful, relevant technical interchange on UAS airspace access and civil applications (December 10), defense and national security (December 11), and classified topics (December 12). The program is energetic and fast paced. With numerous presentations, panels, and symposia over the course of three days, as well as terrific opportunities for informal networking, our 2013 program offers something for everyone.

Mr. Dyke Weatherington, Deputy Director, Unmanned Warfare, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) AT&L, will serve as facilitator for TAAC 2013. 

A selection from our agenda includes:

Lt Gen Robert Otto – HQ USAF – Future of USAF RPA
Dyke Weatherington – OSD AT&L – Airspace, EXCOM, Policy
James Williams – FAA – FAA Progress, EXCOM
Dr. Ed Waggoner – NASA – NASA’s Integrated Systems Research Program
Dr. Steven Cook – MITRE – OSD Sense and Avoid SARP
Lt Col Paul Wilkerson – Nellis AFB – Black Dart 13
Darin Desilets – Sandia National Laboratory – Arctic Research Program
Workshops & Tutorials
            SRMP in Support of GBSAA
            COA Updates Based upon Revised FAA/DoD MOU

WHEN December 9-12, 2013
WHERE The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort will serve as TAAC’s headquarters. All activities,

including training sessions, workshops, and classified session transportation, will

take place at the hotel.

WEBSITE/EMAIL For more information, to register, or to view the TAAC 2013 details, go to the

UAS TAAC website: or

Contact us:

SPONSORED BY New Mexico State University / Physical Science Laboratory

Comments are closed.