Unmanned Aircrafts Systems East For Defense and Government Symposium 2017

2017-11-07 - 2017-11-08
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Marketing Director
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(310) 320-8110

DoD has reported Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) growth rate between 2015 and 2035. It is expected that federal agency UAS fleets will grow from a few hundred to approximately 10,000, with over 90 percent of these vehicles categorized as Nano, Micro, or Small UAS. Ultralight, Light Sport, and Medium sized UAS will find a role with a number of agencies, such as Bureau of Land Management or Coast Guard, who need to survey large tracts of land or water for a variety of missions. In all cases, the UAS is the transport for the payload, be it sensors or cargo. The number and type of UAS developed, acquired, and deployed will be driven by mission needs and costs. Analysts still predict growth in this industry, estimating a total increase to just over $89 billion in the next decade. Not only is the military expected to sustain its backing of UAS technology, but the civil and commercial markets are poised to open up to a host of opportunities for the industry.

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Some of the titles  who have attended past UAS events – 

  • CEOs/COOs/CIOs

  • Presidents/Vice Presidents

  • Principles

  • General Managers

  • Commanding Officers

  • Directors

  • Deputy Directors

  • Branch Chiefs

  • Research Directors

  • Business Development Managers

  • Sr . Marketing Managers

  • Sr. Managers, Federal Accounts

  • Sr. Analysts

  • Sales Directors

  • Principal Scientists

  • Program Managers

  • Project Managers

  • Product Managers

  • Program Analyst

  • Aerospace Engineers

  • Mechanical Engineers

  • Systems Engineers

  • Flight Operations Managers

  • Test Engineers

  • Engineering Leads

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