The Commercial UAV Show

The largest gathering of the commercial UAV universe
Date
2015-10-20 - 2015-10-21
Venue
Organizer
Attendees
3000
Event contact first name
Paul
Event contact last name
Gilbertson
Email
paul.gilbertson@terrapinn.com
Event contact telephone number
+44 (0)20 7092 1245
Description
The 1st global marketplace for commercial UAVs returns to London UAVs are opening up new possibilities for many businesses. They offer time and cost savings as well as health and safety benefits making them more effective than many traditional working practices. UAV capabilities and technology are developing rapidly and with regulations also evolving new opportunities are opening up. The Commercial UAV Show provides you rare access to case studies delivered by successful commercial end users and a comprehensive exhibition for you to explore the latest UAV technologies. If you already have, or are looking to add a UAV to your business, you cannot afford to miss The Commercial UAV Show. Not sure you’ll meet the right people? We are expecting over 3,000 attendees from a diverse mix of industries including oil & gas, broadcasting, real estate, surveying, search & rescue, infrastructure, security, agriculture, logistics and the emergency services. You can see a summary of the 2014 attendees on the show website. Can’t afford the time out of office? We are bringing the users and suppliers together for you over 2 days to ensure you only have to make 1 trip this year. You will get to investigate current capabilities and future requirements to ensure your business makes the right choice. Always go to other events? The Commercial UAV Show provided the first marketplace for commercial UAVs in Europe, this year the show is doubling in size and continuing to bring only those businesses using, investigating and supplying UAVs. “The show far exceeded my expectations” – Cyberhawk Book your free place today via the show website.

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