Sagetech’s Scribner tackles joint manned & unmanned aircraft operations with COTS systems

MUNICH, 29 Jan. 2013. Kelvin Scribner, founder/president of Sagetech Corp. in Hood River, Ore., will headline Avionics Europe’s Unmanned & Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems session on 21 Feb. 2013.

“Kelvin Scribner--with experience flying military aircraft and business jets, and also designing, developing, and testing manned and unmanned avionics--is a force in the avionics industry,” says Avionics Europe Conference Director and Avionics Intelligence Executive Editor Courtney E. Howard. “I am excited to announce his participation in the Avionics Europe 2013 conference program. He’s a knowledgeable, charismatic proponent dedicated to safe, shared air space—a top that has been and continues to be a central focus of the Avionics Europe conference & exhibition.”

Avionics Europe attendees—from avionics hardware engineers and software developers to high-level aviation executives and government/military personnel—are sure to enjoy Scribner’s informative, passionate, and thought-provoking discussion on the use of joint operations between unmanned and manned aircraft.

Scribner has been involved in several hands-on tests of “NextGen” Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions that deliver a sense-and-avoid capability and help facilitate the safe integration and interoperability of manned and unmanned aircraft in shared air space.

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