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TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD ANNUAL MEETING, Jan 12-16, 2020, DC

The Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine will hold its 99th annual meeting from January 12-16, 2020.  The on-line program will not reveal the location of where the various sessions will take place unless one registers, so we know only that the meeting is in Washington, DC.

There are 800 sessions and workshops, but only a few touch on commercial space transportation.  We identified three, but there may be others that did not turn up in our search.

The three we found are all on Monday, January 13:

8:00-9:45 am ET

Emerging Hypersonic Markets

Ken Davidian, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Title Presentation Number
Suborbital Point-to-Point Market Characteristics

Oscar Garcia, FastForward
P20-20590
Topics of Spaceport Policy and Law

Diane Howard, U.S. Department of Commerce
P20-20591
Historic Research into Hypersonic Flight

Jess Sponable, Icefox Technologies
P20-20592
Potential Point-to-Point Market Activities

Stephanie Bednarek, SpaceX
P20-20593
New Firms in Potential Supersonic Markets

Eric Stallmer, Commercial Spaceflight Federation
P20-20594
NASA-FAA Sonic Boom Research Activities

Lee Olson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
P20-20595

10:15 am – 12:00 pm

Commercial Space Transportation, AV010(1), Joint Subcommittee of AV010, AV020, AV060

Marcus Smith, MITRE Corporation

Sponsored by:

Standing Committee on Intergovernmental Relations in Aviation (AV010)
Subcommittee on Commercial Space Transportation (AV010(1))
Standing Committee on Aviation System Planning (AV020)
Standing Committee on Airfield and Airspace Capacity and Delay (AV060)

No agenda available

3:45-5:30 pm ET

Policy Impacts of New Entrants into the National Airspace System

 

Clayton Stambaugh, Illinois Department of Transportation
Title Presentation Number
Intergovernmental Coordination of Temporary Flight Restrictions in South Florida

Mary Ellen Eagan, HMMH
P20-20639
How Urban Air Mobility Will Impact the Future

Paul Wheeler, Utah Department of Transportation
P20-20640
Intergovernmental Coordination of Airspace Policy and Capacity for Commercial Space Operations

Mark Bontrager, Space Florida
P20-20644
New Entrants, Same Airspace: Accommodating Future Technologies

Phil Zager, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.
P20-20874
Impact of Increasing Activity on Other Users (e.g., Airports)

Kevin Crombie, Advanced Sciences and Technologies
P20-21176

Details

Start:
January 12 @ 8:00 am
End:
January 16 @ 11:00 pm