We are proud to announce a key highlight in the ADW24 programme - the Global Air Mobility Conference. Organized by Amsterdam Drone Week in collaboration with our strategic partners International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, and this highlevel meeting also enjoys the active support of the Federal Aviation Administration United States Department of Transportation (FAA), the European Commission. Building upon the success of previous years, ADW maintains the dedicated support and involvement of ADW’s (founding) partners as Boeing, Airbus, Groupe ADP, City of Amsterdam, KPN, CANSO, GSMA, GUTMA and CIVITAS/UIC2.
ADW Evolves to Global Drone and Air Mobility Conference
During the Global Air Mobility Conference, decision-makers from authorities, (local) governments, companies, and knowledge institutes will engage in discussions on the essential components needed to construct a global regulatory framework for scalable drone and air mobility services, both in the present and the future.
The Global Air Mobility Conference is an important step towards the AAM Symposium at ICAO’s Headquarter in Montréal in September 2024.
Keynote speakers ADW: Michel Merkle, Director of the Air Navigation Bureau and Frédéric Malaud, Chief of the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Section at ICAO
With great pleasure and honour, we are pleased to announce that Ms. Merkle, Director of the Air Navigation Bureau at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), will join the opening ceremony of Amsterdam Drone Week 2024, and will lead the panel that will introduce the Global Air Mobility Conference 2024.
Frédéric Malaud, Chief of the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Section at ICAO will join the first panels of the Global Air Mobility Conference 2024, reflecting the benefits and needs of using drones for UN-related mission and he will share his thoughts on how to collaborate internationally on building a global regulatory framework for digital aviation services.