The School of Engineering’s Aerospace Cluster has established a national community of practice for uncrewed aircraft systems (UAS) and advanced air mobility (AAM) research.

The purpose of the community of practice is to bring together Commonwealth, industry and academia to contribute to national policy priorities by leading development of a coordinated research agenda for UAS and AAM.

This forum will facilitate and encourage outcomes focused collaboration on research priorities that can inform the development of Australian emerging aviation technologies policies.

The ANU will act as a catalyst platform, facilitating outreach, engagement and research across Australian universities, government and the emerging aviation technologies sector.

The roles and responsibilities of the community of practice include:

  • Working collectively to understand focal UAS and AAM research areas that can underpin national policy priorities;

  • Supporting and informing the development of national policy for UAS and AAM through coordinating research priorities across Australian universities;

  • Developing and sharing best practices, guidelines, and/or strategies where appropriate or needed, and

  • Organising, managing, and stewarding a body of knowledge from which community members can draw.

The current acting members of the community of practice include:

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