The International Society for Atmospheric Research using Remotely-piloted Aircraft (ISARRA) will be holding its 4th conference from 23 - 25 May 2016, in Toulouse, France.
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and remotely piloted aerial systems (RPAS) have become viable tools to study the Earth's atmosphere. Over the past decade, their use has become increasingly common and there is an ever-
ISARRA 2016 is comprised of two components. In the week preceding the conference (17 to 20 May), there will be four days of flight activities at the Center for Atmospheric Research (Lannemezan, France) for inter-
The programmatic themes for the meeting will focus on:
1) Aircraft and control systems
2) Instrumentation and payload integration
3) Science applications
4) Regulatory issues
Submission of abstracts:
15 March 2016
Deadline for conference registration:
9 May 2016
Toulouse is has long been a center for aviation and weather research, has recently hosted a number of activities related to UAS. On behalf of the local organising committee, welcome to Météo France, Toulouse. Please submit inquiries regarding the meeting to the Isarra2016@meteo.fr.