Shivanjli Sharma

Lead, Advanced Air Mobility Project, NASA

Shivanjli Sharma has worked as an aerospace research engineer across many disciplines at NASA Ames Research Center for more than ten years. She has performed research and helped conduct studies in real time simulation environments for flight deck automation, operations, and procedures as well as air traffic controller focused simulations for terminal arrival operations. In addition, she has been involved in deploying software and hardware to facilities in the National Airspace System to enable efficiencies in integrated arrival, departure, and surface operations. These last few years, she has been supporting the National Campaign as Deputy and Acting Lead for the Advanced Air Mobility Project which is focused on enabling emerging aviation markets for passenger and cargo transportation in urban, suburban, rural, and regional environments. She holds a BS and MS in aerospace engineering from the University of California at Davis.

4:00 - 4:45

April 29th Conference Day Two

Closing Keynote: Towards the Next Generation of Airborne Logistics

The growth of airborne and micro logistics will accelerate business and enable a new range of services. What infrastructure will be required to enable these new logistics platforms, and how will they integrate with existing infrastructure?

Olivier Le Lann, CEO, EVA 

Professor Kaushik Chowdhury, PAWR Project Office 

Don Berchoff, CEO, TruWeather

Michael diCosola, CEO, Drone Industry Systems Corp

Shivanjli Sharma, Lead, Advance Air Mobility Project, NASA


Moderator: Jeff DeCoux, Chairman, the Autonomy Institute