The 2018 Commercial UAV Expo conference is taking place from October 1-3, at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas, USA. The conference program will include six plenary sessions focused on important Regulatory & UTM Updates; IPP Update & Progress; Latest Developments in Powering Drones; Data, Hacking, Counter-Drone & Privacy Security; In-House and Outsourced Drone Programs; and Urban Air Mobility - What the Sky Will Look Like in the Future.
“Technology and regulations are constantly evolving and through the work of our outstanding education advisory board we have developed a stellar education program for drone operators to gain reliable and up-to-the minute information through our keynote presentations, plenary sessions and deep dive workshops,” said Lisa Murray, Group Director at Diversified Communications, organizer of the event.
“We have identified leaders in each of the vertical industries our attendees are a part of and will offer deep dive workshops providing actionable solutions in Construction, DOT & Infrastructure, Mining & Aggregates, Precision Agriculture, Process & Power, Public Safety, Surveying & Mapping, Utilities, Wind Turbines, Cell Towers and Large-Scale Solar.”
Qualified asset or infrastructure owners and operators with assets valued at $5 million or more and are involved in the purchase and/or utilization of UAS technology for business purposes can qualify for a free full conference pass to Commercial UAV Expo as a “UAVIP.” This includes energy companies, transportation infrastructure, mining companies, large agriculture operations, telecommunications companies, law enforcement agencies. The event also offers free exhibit hall passes to qualified commercial users that don’t meet the UAVIP requirements.
In addition to the education content, Commercial UAV Expo offers a dynamic show floor and exciting networking events and demonstrations from market leading vendors. Attendees will have a first-hand look at drones in action and the resulting data sets through a variety of scenarios including inspection, search and rescue, transmission line monitoring, accident reconstruction, drone detection and more at the HUVR demonstration site in Henderson.