Organisers are expecting this year’s Commercial UAV Show to be the biggest yet as the show enters its fifth year.
Hosted at London’s ExCeL on November 14-15, market leaders are set to come together and discuss, analyse and showcase their role in the industry.
This year’s show will focus on new applications and opportunities for UAVs and features a range of topic streams such as communication, aircraft engineering, workflow and urban infrastructure.
Ally Ferguson, director of Airspace Safety Research at PrecisionHawk is one of the planned keynote talks and as part of her ambition to make BVLOS flights more routine, she will give an in-depth discussion on unmanned traffic management.
Additionally, looking at the industry from a different perspective, Bird and Bird Lawyers Simon Phippard and Lucy England will use their ‘It’s the drone’s fault!’ seminar to discuss how aviation laws are in need of an update.
Alongside the keynote talks and seminars, the two days will offer the opportunity to discover new products and innovative solutions on the exhibition floor and then witness them in action in the designated demonstration zone.