ARCAA conducts research into all aspects of aviation automation, with a particular research focus on autonomous technologies which support the more efficient and safer utilisation of airspace, and the development of autonomous aircraft and on-board sensor systems for a wide range of commercial applications.
With more than 2,100 member organizations from 55 allied countries, the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International is the world's largest non-profit organization devoted exclusively to advancing the unmanned systems community. Serving 6,000 members from government organizations, industry and academia, AUVSI is committed to fostering, developing, and promoting unmanned systems and related technologies.
The Unmanned Systems Manufacturers Association was established with the aim to promote real industrial players. The association members would like to be or already are seriously engaged in development, manufacturing and operation of UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) in the Czech Republic.
CSAA is a legally-registered academic, non-profit national legal entity based on voluntary membership of scientists and engineers in the field of aeronautics and astronautics. CSAA of the following provinces will be present on SIBAS : Sichuan, Guangxi, Heilongjiang, Guangdong, Jiangxi, Shanxi, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Hunan, Fujian, Liaoning, Guizhou, Henan, Shandong and Hubei.
The Japan UAV Association (JUAV) is the only organization representing the industries which develop, manufacture and operate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in Japan. JUAV revised ‘Safety Standards for Commercial-Use, Unmanned, and Rotary - Wing Aircraft in Uninhabited Area’ by adding autonomous unmanned helicopters to the manual operated unmanned helicopters.
The PEMAS association is a Network of Portuguese companies for the aerospace industry. The specific objectives of the group are:
1. To integrate national aerospace projects;
2. To integrate international aerospace projects (Europe, United States and Brazil);
3. To participate in the definition of public policies for the aerospace industry.
UAS-Norway was established in January 2008 as the national UAS organization of Norway. The organization is non-profit and independent, open to all private and public businesses and organizations related to unmanned aircraft.
Besides sharing information regularly and cooperating with other organizations, another key issue for UAV DACH association in the near future is to test, trail and finally assess proposals for the civil deployment of UA systems (UAS) in close collaboration with the competent authorities.
The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association is the world's oldest not-for-profit trade association devoted exclusively to the unmanned aerial systems community, developing networks, enhancing collaboration and paving the way towards the safe, integrated and widespread exploitation of unmanned aerial systems. It was formed in 1998 and has been the recognised representative body since then. While it's focus is the civilian and commercial exploitation of UAV technology, it also serves defence and military interests too.
Unmanned Systems Canada - the focal point for Unmanned Vehicle Systems in Canada. We are a Canadian-registered not-for-profit association formed in 2009 through the merger of UVS Canada and AUVSI-Canada.
It is founded by members of the present statutes, an association governed by the law of 1 July 1901 and the Decree of August 16, 1901, entitled "Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems France", abbreviated "UVS France".
Association aims to study and explore possible solutions to any problems with the systems industry unmanned vehicles (UV), in particular the scientific, technical, socio-economic social, legal and documentary.
UVS International is a nonprofit organization registered at the Chamber Trade & Industry of the Hague, the Netherlands and with activities from offices located in Paris. Created in 1995 under the name EURO UVS (European Unmanned Vehicle Systems Association), the organization adopted the name of UVS International in January 2004 same time that it amended its statutes so as to reflect the broadening of its objectives and recruitment its members become global and not just Europe. Thus all members ''Corporate'' regardless their country of establishment, are now entitled to vote in the General Assembly. The association, which brings together 246 members'' corporate and institutional from 37 country (1 July 2006) is the international organization reference devoted to the promotion systems unmanned vehicles.
The White House launched a new effort Tuesday to help increase the use of drones and showcased how government agencies have become a proving ground for a wide array of new drone concepts and technologies.