We’re all feeling it. In these extraordinary times, the need to come together has never been greater. Now, join the commercial drone community in a new way – to (virtually) connect, learn, and drive the industry forward as we create a new future.
Where is the industry at this moment? What lies ahead? Get personal perspectives from the top thought leaders, visionaries, and innovators in commercial UAS.
The latest ideas, observations, and predictions from a wide variety of industry experts: innovators, regulators, end-users and more. What trends and technologies do they see coming? What new challenges and opportunities lie ahead? How can you and your company prepare, anticipate, and benefit in a rapidly evolving environment?
Alexander Harmsen, Iris Automation
Amir Husain, SkyGrid, a Boeing, SparkCognition company
Andreas ‘Baron’ Wesemann, Utah State University
Andy Thurling, NUAIR
Antoine Martin, Accenture
Brendan Groves, Skydio
Brian Harrell, Department of Homeland Security
Clem Newton-Brown, Skyportz
Douglas Spotted Eagle, SUNDANCE MEDIA GROUP, LLC
Ed De Reyes, Sabrewing Aircraft Company, Inc
George Mathew, Kespry
Grant Guillot, Adams and Reese LLP
Italo Cruz, CORE Construction
Jack Elston, Black Swift Technologies
Jay Merkle, FAA
Jean-Baptiste Lacambre, iXblue, Inc
Joel Buettner, Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District
Jon Gaster, KSI Data Sciences Inc
Klaas Jacob Klasen, Lufthansa Technik AG
Leesa Papier, FAA
Lisa Ellman, Commercial Drone Alliance & Hogan Lovells
Mark Haynes, Spirit AeroSystems, Inc.
Matt Thomas, SAM, LLC
Matthew May, URSA, Inc.
Maxime Gariel, Xwing Inc.
Michael Blades, Frost & Sullivan
Michael Hartnack, Guidehouse
Michael Zeller, Dynam.AI
Nathan Schuett, PRENAV
Peter Whitmarsh, CSA
Praveen Raju, Federal Aviation Administration
Ryan Hittie, Brasfield and Gorrie
Steve Dickson, FAA
Steven Athanas, Swanson Group Aviation LLC
Surya Sarat Chandra Congress, Texas A&M University
Susan Eccles, Adams & Reese, LLP
Trevor Witt, Kansas State University
Youssef Benchouaf, SolSpec, Inc.
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In this new environment, vendors are crafting their virtual booths to take full advantage of the online format. Interact with the exhibits, schedule live meetings and product demos, participate in live chat and Q&A and more for a robust and immersive show experience.
Take advantage of personalized matchmaking with vendors and other attendees. Schedule virtual meetings. All participants will receive recommendations which will continually be refined based on additional interactions with the AI algorithm powered by Grip. Topic-specific roundtable discussions will be available by invite only.
In addition to the main conference program, leading organizations will be offering exclusive training, workshops and demos. Enhance your knowledge, develop new skills, and make important connections by taking advantage of these offerings.
Although the virtual event experience will be a different way to be together, attendees will still reap all the benefits commercial UAS professionals have come to expect: critical, timely education; opportunities to network and engage; and the ability to learn about the newest technology in the industry.
You’ll receive login information and instructions two weeks before the virtual event. Then you can customize your agenda, start networking, schedule meetings and get geared up for September 15-17!
The leading event for the commercial drone industry is going virtual in 2020! Live and pre-recorded sessions with interactive Q&A and chat features, AI-powered networking, and virtual exhibits and demonstrations by UAS solutions providers will come together to make Commercial UAV Expo Americas the best choice in 2020 for anyone (anywhere!) who needs to keep up with commercial drone technology, trends, and developments.Learn More
The education program will feature thought leaders sharing information and best practices for commercial drone professionals in a variety of formats including keynotes, panel discussions, vertical industry breakouts, and roundtables. Live Q&A and chat will make the experience lively and interactive. Content will address how the industry has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, associated opportunities and challenges, and how the industry is moving forward.Learn More
The exhibit floor will be virtual in 2020 following a record-breaking event last year, when 200 exhibitors from around the world showcased the latest drone technology. Your virtual booth is where you’ll showcase products and services, host one-on-one meetings, conduct product demos, and more. Reach customers and prospects who will be visiting from around the world the virtual booth packages that best meets your exhibiting objectives.Learn More
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