Aerialtronics began the countdown to attending four major commercial drone events in the United States and Europe, starting with Commercial UAV Expo at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
– Commercial UAV Expo, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas: Oct 5-7, booth #309
– Commercial UAV Show, Excel, London: Oct 20- 21, booth #89c
– Milipol Paris 2015, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre: Nov 17-20
– Drone World Expo, San Jose Convention Center: Nov 17-18
Game-changing technology and global market projections of $12 billion for commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) over the next decade mean the Commercial UAV Expo at Caesars Palace in Vegas on October 5 will attract many of the industry’s key players.
The show will feature an exhibit hall of manufacturers, component and sensor companies, software and service providers with organisers expecting more than 1,000 attendees and 80 exhibitors this year. The two-day conference, which includes presentations by Douglas West, Vice President of North American Operations at Aerialtronics, will also feature important discussions on commercial applications, hardware and software options, the regulatory environment and data management.
During the same month in London, we will be demonstrating the Zenith during the UK’s second annual Commercial UAV Show, at ExCel on Oct 20-21. Jeremy Wigmore, CEO of Aerialtronics, will be a key speaker at this event which attracted more than 1,500 attendees, 726 commercial end users and 59 exhibitors last year. Aerialtronics is also a gold sponsor of the event.
The team will then travel to France to exhibit in front of around 27,000 security professionals discussing the impact of drones on public security and the fight against crime at the four-day Milipol Paris 2015 at Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre from Nov 17-20.
Industry experts and end-users can also discuss software applications and solutions with Aerialtronics at the Drone World Expo in San Jose, California, from Nov 17-18. This show, located at the heart of Silicon Valley, is one of the defining events for commercial applications of UAV technology with real-world solutions for business and environmental challenges.
Jeremy Wigmore, CEO of Aerialtronics, said: “Appearing at these exhibitions demonstrates the company’s continued commitment to the development of our business in the fast-growing commercial UAV market on a global scale.”
Interested in seeing the Altura Zenith in person? Contact Aerialtronics at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more general information go to www.aerialtronics.com
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