The 6th EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM 2023 on October 26-27 is just around the corner and with it your opportunity to help shaping the future of the commercial UAS industry in Europe and get up to date on important topics. Featuring the latest from the JARUS General Assembly in Ottawa, reports from industry on the challenges of current drone regulations, and debates on Uspace, the program will set the stage for bridging the gap between government and industry, following the theme: From Vision to Business.
With representatives from EASA, the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport, the EU Parliament and many national aviation authorities, there are numerous decision-makers in the room or on the stage. And they will discuss with us and with you ways to move from the vision of widespread, commercially successful UAS operations to their tangible, practical and, above all, economic implementation.
In addition to insightful presentations by numerous experts, this year we will present the new Townhall Debates, in which two discussants argue on stage with the participants in the best sense of the word. The common goal: to look together for solutions to successfully shape the future of the drone economy in Europe. EASA has specifically requested this format to understand where there is room for improvement and in which direction to continue working.
So your contribution and experience are absolutely necessary.
The number of seats in the hall is limited to 250. There will be no online participation available.
Take your chance and shape the future of the drone economy in Europe. Tickets for 499,00 € incl. VAT are exclusively available online and can be ordered here:
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