Committee on Transportation and Aerospace Policy
IEEE-USA's Committee on Transportation and Aerospace Policy (CTAP) contributes
to the formulation of sound legislation, regulations and policies affecting
aeronautics, astronautics and ground transportation technologies in the United
States. Its scope includes civil aviation, intelligent transportation systems,
manned and unmanned space exploration programs and related communications,
infrastructure security, remote sensing and privacy protection issues.
Priority Issues & Activities
IEEE-USA will work to advance the safety, efficiency, security, and sustainability of transportation on surface, air and space, with a view towards promoting U.S. technology leadership and competitiveness. Priorities include:
upgrading and modernizing the national airspace system with communications, navigation, surveillance, and air traffic management automation technology;
promoting the use of intelligent transportation systems to improve transportation safety and to optimize traffic flow to ease congestion, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce energy use;
advancing a technology-focused national space program that balances exploration, science, national security, and international partnerships;
advocating the development of controls safeguards and standards to establish cybersecurity and safety in all transportation systems and to improve port and aviation security; and
advancing UAV commercialization through technology policies that address autonomous control system safety, security, and efficacy.
The following CTAP position statements have been adopted
CTAP meetings are normally held in
IEEE-USA's Washington D.C. Office.
For more information on
future meeting dates, contact Aline McNaull at
firstname.lastname@example.org or at 202- 530-8355.
How to Participate
The Committee on Transportation and Aerospace Policy invites U.S. IEEE members
with an interest in public policy and expertise in transportation and aerospace
technologies to become Corresponding Members. Corresponding Members will be able
to recommend committee policies and priorities, comment on draft statements and
testimonies and otherwise contribute to the work of the committee.
To apply for membership, please send a brief description of your interest and expertise to email@example.com.
Updated: 19 February 2016