Artificial Intelligence for
Urban Air Mobility (AI4UAM)
Dept. of Computer Control and Management Engineering
Sapienza University of Rome
Via Ariosto 25, Roma, Italy
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are increasingly becoming a key technology to solve a wide range of problems due to their high mobility in three-dimensional space, easy deployment, and relatively low cost. Since UAVs are easily deployable and have a more flexible configuration than terrestrial devices, they can be used in many applications domains.
Some examples include UAVs used as 1) aerial stations to provide services after a natural disaster or for network access in remote areas; for 2) emergency communications and rescue support; 3) surveillance tasks in risky and dangerous areas; for 4) cargo and goods delivery to supply food and medical goods; in 5) agricultural field to monitor and facilitate farming activities.
AI4UAM is the first Summer School that focuses on topics in the areas of :
Air Drone Traffic Management
U-Space services, CNS infrastructure, and surveillance
Data analysis for Air Traffic management
Multi-UAV Planning and Reinforcement Learning
Risk-based Reinforcement Learning
Human-AI teams in Air Traffic Management
Machine learning and simulations
AI4UAM has been organized within the BUBBLES UE project.
BUBBLES is aimed to contribute to the safe and efficient use of UAS in the European Sky supported by SESAR JU. This project will define U-space services enabling the safe and efficient operation of large numbers of drones without adversely affecting manned aviation.
Monday - September 5, 2022
Tuesday - September 6, 2022
Wednesday - September 7, 2022
Thursday - September 8, 2022
Friday - September 9, 2022
Luca Iocchi, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Juan Vicente Balbastre Tejedor, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Joan Vila Carbó, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Henrique Madeira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Andrew Hately, EUROCONTROL, France
Dirk Schaefer, EUROCONTROL, France
Christian Napoli, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Nicolo' Brandizzi, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Damiano Brunori, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
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