The ICUAS Association, Inc., fully sponsors financially and technically the annual International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, ICUAS, which takes place either in very late May or early June. Details about the technical conference and program, keynote speakers, tutorials and workshops, exhibits, venue, important deadlines, paper and poster paper submission procedures, invited sessions, registration, etc., may be found at the conference web-site www.uasconferences.com.
The conference proceedings appear on IEEE Xplore. Moreover, each year, a special issue of peer-reviewed and very enhanced accepted conference papers is published in the Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems (Springer):
ICUAS Association, Inc.
2011 Denver, CO
2012 Philadelphia, PA
2013 Atlanta, GA
2014 Orlando, FL
2015 Denver, CO
2016 Washington, DC
2017 Miami, FL
2018 Dallas, TX
2019 Atlanta, GA
2020 Athens, Greece
ICUAS Best Paper Awards
Each year, an Awards Committee chaired by Prof. Fulvia Quagliotti evaluates candidate papers to choose the best paper in terms of originality, novelty, technical soundness and presentation. An Awards Certificate is presented to the winners.
The list of best papers since 2014 is presented next:
Satyanarayana Gupta Manyam, Sivakumar Rathinam, Swaroop Darbha, Phil Chandler, David Casbeer, Routing of Two Unmanned Aerial Vehicles with Communication Constraints
Brandon Stark, Matthew McGee, YangQuan Chen, Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Imaging Systems Using Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS)
Zhuming Ai, Mark Livingston, I. S. Moskowitz, Real-Time Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 3D Environment Exploration in a Mixed Reality Environment
Chen, Wenxin, Duan, Zhenhai, Dong, Yingfei, False Data Injection on EKF-Based Navigation Control
Christoph Briese, Andreas Seel, Franz Andert, Vision-based Detection of Non-cooperative UAVs Using Frame Differencing and Temporal Filter
Anderson, Brady, Ellingson, Jaron, Eyler, Michael, Buck, David, Peterson, Cameron, McLain, Timothy W., Warnick, Karl, Networked Radar Systems for Cooperative Tracking of UAVs