HUSI participating at the 2022 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Dubrovnik

The Hellenic U-Space Institute was invited to participate at the 2022 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, which was held with great success from the 21st to the 24th of June in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Dr Christos Skliros of the Hellenic U-Space Institute was invited to speak amongst other distinguished researchers, professors and members of European national and transnational authorities. Dr Skliros gave two lecture on his papers ‘A Genetic Algorithm Enhanced with Fuzzy-Logic for Multi-Objective Unmanned Aircraft Vehicle Path Planning Missions’ and ‘UAV path planning for offshore swarm-based missions’ ​​during the Regular Session “Energy Efficient UAS” In his work Dr Skliros and his co-authors developed a novel Genetic Algorithm (GA) enhanced with Fuzzy Logic (GAF) for solving the UAV multi-objective path planning problem and addresses the offline swarm based Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) path planning problem for real offshore environments whilst enhancing energy requirements.

In addition to its work in assisting urban authorities realise their role in machining the first steps towards the world of UAS, promote the development of sustainable infrastructure and contribute to creating a positive relationship between local and national authorities and the world of Urban Air Mobility; the Hellenic U-Space Institute aims to produce and promote novel technological systems to bring the future we envision to our present.