Is 9 minutes enough time to newly inspire or wholly change the way you think about drone technology? Drone Industry Visionaries will prove it to you.
Listen to what the most notable people from the top companies in the drone industry have to say about where the technology is today, how that should impact the choices you make for tomorrow, and what all of that means for the future.
Session moderated by Jeremiah Karpowicz, Commercial UAV News
How to Scale Your Unmanned Fleet With Flexible Networks
When building an unmanned fleet and setting out to begin drone missions that will operate BVLOS, the connectivity solution chosen inside your drone is of critical importance. While there are a number of connectivity options available for both C2 and data transfer, there are several criteria which need to be met in order to fully enable BVLOS operations. These include: high bandwidth, low latency, multiple redundancy, and affordability. Elsight CEO Yoav Amitai will discuss how each of the available connectivity operations match these criteria, offering insights into the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Yoav Amitai, EIsight
Drones: The Changing Face Of EMS, Battlefields & Homeland Response
Drones are fundamentally transforming the landscape of warfare and emergency responses. The integration of drones is ushering in extensive and revolutionary solutions within the realms of defense and emergency management. Aerial activities at altitudes of 5000 feet and below are increasingly becoming dominated by drones. With their cost-effectiveness and enhanced capabilities, drones are now accomplishing a wide range of tasks, encompassing surveillance, landmine detection, medical deliveries, and beyond. Drones excel in swift and secure location access, minimizing risks, gathering real-time data, monitoring vital signs, and establishing reliable communications. These examples merely scratch the surface of their potential! As these capabilities align with the growing demand for cost-efficiency and heightened automation to facilitate scalable operations, the future of activities within the airspace domain is poised to undergo a substantial transformation.
Cameron Chell, Draganfly
How to Implement Complete Drone Solutions for Enterprise Programs
Experience a comprehensive view of how to implement a successful drone program, the necessary steps to manage a drone initiative from end to end, and an analytical review of currently operational programs. What are the components of a "complete drone solution," which can differ between industries and workflows? What does it mean to navigate the planning process for a drone initiative, from discovery to implementation, in order to achieve the best outcome? What are some examples of how and where a drone solution can address all the needs of the respective organization?
Sam Sacalis, Drone Nerds
Dyan Gibbens, Trumbull; Presentation details coming soon.
What Does the Global Industry Survey Tell us About the Present and Future of the Drone Industry?
The team at Drone Industry Insights recently completed their annual survey for drone professionals, creating a resource that features an in-depth analysis of where things are with the industry today along with an extended 7-year forecast. Where is the market headed based on the latest data? Which segments and countries will grow fastest? Hear the answers to these questions and more to discover the latest trends and developments with the commercial drone market.
Kay Wackwitz, Drone Industry Insights
Why Innovation in Commercial sUAS Is THE Gamechanger for Defense and Public Safety Sectors
The Pentagon just announced that it intends to buy thousands of inexpensive autonomous systems within the next 18-24 months. According to Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, she says the goal is simple: “small, smart, cheap and many.” How will this be achievable? “With smart people, smart concepts and smart technology, our military will be more nimble, with uplift and urgency from the commercial sector,” she said. AgEagle Chairman and CEO Barrett Mooney will discuss how innovations borne in the commercial drone manufacturing sector are now being recognized as the critical “ends to the means” to effectively and efficiently scale drone operations for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance applications in the global defense and public safety sectors.
Barrett Mooney, AgEagle