2019 UAS HQs Workshop
The UAS Handling Qualities Workshop
“Identified Dynamics, MTEs, and Requirements”
Monday, January 7, 2020
2:00pm – 5:30pm
Chair: David Klyde, Systems Technology, Inc.
Co-Chair: Philip Chase Schulze, Systems Technology, Inc.
Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, AIAA SciTech
2:20 –2:40: “Scaling and Scoring of ADS-33E-PRF Mission Task Elements for Unmanned Aerial Systems,” Dr. Christine Ivler, University of Portland
2:40 –3:00: “Scalability of ADS-33 MTEs for Multirotor FPV Flight and Helicopter Dynamics Characterization,” Bill Geyer, USN Test Pilot School
3:00 –3:20: “Gust Rejection Performance for UAS of Varying Sizes,” Mark J. S. Lopez, US Army Aviation Development Directorate
3:20 –3:40: “Progress on an Unmanned Aircraft Handling Qualities Specification,” David G. Mitchell, Mitchell Aerospace Research
3:40 – 4:00: “UAS Test Pilot Instruction at the Air Force Test Pilot School,” Chris Cotting, USAF Test Pilot School
4:00 –4:20: “A Highly Scalable, Low-Latency, and Deterministic Flight Control System for UAS Estimation and Flight Controls Research,” Brian Taylor, Bolder Flight Systems, Co-Founder and CEO & UMN UAS Research Labs, Research Specialist
4:20 – 4:40: “System Identification of an UltraStick 120 UAS,” Chase Schulze, Systems Technology, Inc.
4:40 – 5:00: “Identification and Validation of a Hexacopter UAS Flight Dynamics Model,” Dr. Subodh Bhandari, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
5:00 –5:30: Open Discussion Among Attendees
Additional Content: "A Template for UAS Meeting MIL-HDBK-516C Airworthiness Compliance for Section 6.1, Flying Qualities," William T. Thomas, Technical Advisor, Flight Mechanics Branch, AFLCMC/EZFT