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DJI Confirms Mavic 2 After Catalog Leaks Photos

Mavic 2 Leak
We weren’t supposed to see leaked photos of the DJI Mavic 2, but now that they’re out we can’t look away! Argos, a print catalog in the UK, is responsible for the leak, advertising two versions of the Mavic 2 in its newest catalog.

Twitter user, Brett Thake, pointed out the pre-released photo in the UK Argos catalog.

If a picture communicates more than words, this full-page ad told us all we needed to know about the Mavic 2. It appears that the release will include two different versions, the Zoom and the Pro. A subsequent leak from DroneDJ also revealed the possibility of a third iteration for the Mavic 2, the Enterprise.

We don’t have to doubt the authenticity of the ad since DJI issued a statement after the catalog released the print advertisement, and confirmed that the Mavic 2 will indeed be announced “at the right time.”


This pre-printed catalog was planned before we postponed our See the Bigger Picture event to guarantee our customers high-quality, state-of-the-art technology in line with our standard of innovation. This hasty look alludes to the many exciting features and capabilities that DJI will be announcing at the right time, and we look forward to giving our fans an amazing drone experience as soon as we can.


Leaked Mavic 2 Features

The leaked photos revealed an amazing set of improved features from the previous model, including extended battery life and transmission distance. According to the Argos catalog, both the Mavic 2 Zoom and the Mavic 2 Pro will feature:

  • The ability to fly up to 45mph
  • 31-minute battery life
  • 360-degree collision detection
  • 1080p video transmission
  • Five mile transmission distance
  • Advanced Pilot Assistance Systems
  • Active Track 2.0 to assist in flying the drone

The DJI Mavic 2 Pro comes equipped with a 1-inch CMOS Hasselblad camera where the Zoom model has a 2x zoom lens. The YouTube channel, Tech Drone Media, put out a video highlighting the features of each new Mavic:

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Speculation on Official Mavic 2 Release Date

It’s speculated that DJI will make an official announcement and release the Mavic 2 at their upcoming “See the Bigger Picture” event, scheduled for August 23rd at 10am in the NY Metro area. The original event was scheduled to take place on July 18th, but was postponed. DJI stated that the event was postponed so “we can deliver according to our standard of innovation. User experience is our top priority, and we wanted to ensure we can exceed our customers’ expectations for our technology by the time of the event.”

See The Bigger Picture DJI Event

Despite product leaks, the new editions of the Mavic 2 are still highly anticipated and will likely be introduced during the event. DJI has not officially announced a release date, but we are eager to get our hands each version of the new Mavic 2!

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FAA Reauthorization Bill to Reach Senate Floor: Possible Impacts and the Future of Drone Regulations

The U.S. Senate is scheduled to convene, today, August 10, 2018 at 10:30 AM for a pro forma session. On the calendar of business is an aviation policy bill that will reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) until fiscal year 2021. The two general orders include S.1405 and H.R. 4. Speculation about when the bill will be discussed has varied, with prior expectations that it would have reached a vote last month in July. However, it has yet to reach the Senate floor.

Senate meets at Capitol Hill to discuss FAA Reauthorization

The Senate is scheduled to meet next at Capitol Hill on Aug. 10 and Aug 15. Image via Flickr.

The House has proposed amendments to the bill, covering a range of issues, including air traffic management of unmanned aircraft, the role of state and local government in UAS regulation, and increased transparency of information on approved sUAS waivers and airspace authorizations.

Current Standing of the S.1405 FAA Reauthorization Act

Here’s where the S.1405 – Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2017 currently stands:

Introduced: 6/22/2017

Last action: 5/9/2018 – Mr. Thune and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation addressed the Senate with an amendment in the nature of a substitute – a bill to amend title 49, United State Code, to authorize appropriations for the FAA, and for other purposes.

Current: Placed on the Senate’s Legislative Calendar under “General Orders.” The calendar, composed of several sections, identifies bills and resolutions awaiting Senate floor actions. Most measures are placed on the calendar under the heading “General Orders” in the sequence in which they were added to the calendar. The FAA Reauthorization Act is currently in position 407.

Potential Impact of S.1405 on the Drone Industry

The Senate bill S.1405 deems that the Government Accountability Office shall review privacy issues and concerns associated with the operation of unmanned aircraft (drones) in the national airspace system. It also induces the FAA to develop and deploy a plan to mitigate airspace safety threats posed by drones. Additionally, it would place responsibility for the operation of public drones in the hands of the Department of Transportation (DOT).

FAA Reauthorization Drone Regualtions

Another policy that would be enacted if the bill is passed is the Drone Operator Safety Act. This act will make it a crime to operate a drone that knowingly or recklessly interferes with or disrupts the operation of an aircraft carrying one or more occupants in U.S. airspace.

In whole, the goals (some of which the FAA has already taken action on) of S.1405 regarding UAS are to:

  • Direct the FAA to charter an aviation rulemaking advisory committee to recommend consensus safety standards for UAS, to be accepted by the FAA, to enhance the safety features built into drones and parameters for operators.
  • Enhance privacy by declaring as national policy that UAS should be operated in a manner that protects personal privacy, encouraging commercial UAS users to adopt written privacy policies, and increasing transparency and accountability for government and commercial use of UAS.
  • Promote safety by requiring UAS users to pass an FAA-approved online aeronautical safety test before flying. This would ensure users understand the NAS and avoid manned aircraft. Operators of UAS weighing less than 0.55 pounds could be exempted from the testing requirement.
  • Authorize the establishment of an airspace hazard mitigation program to intercept drones near airports.
  • Foster innovation by authorizing expanded case-by-case exemptions for beyond visual-line-of sight, nighttime operations, and operations over people, as well as for research and development and commercial purposes.
  • Improve UAS test sites, first authorized in 2012, by establishing long-term authorization, more clearly directing research priorities, improving coordination with the FAA, and enhancing protections for proprietary information to encourage engagement with the private sector.
  • Require the DOT to establish a UAS delivery air carrier certificate that would allow for package deliveries by UAS.
  • Directs the FAA to establish operating rules specific to “micro” UAS, which weigh 4.4 pounds or less.
  • Streamline the approval process for the safe operation of UAS at institutions of higher education.

What Happens Next

There are hopes that the bill will reach the Senate floor during their next session. Albeit, if we look back on how these things have proceeded in the past, the bill could continue to get pushed back for weeks.

However, organizations such as the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) and the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) have joined together to call on U.S. Senate leadership to consider the bill as soon as possible.

In a letter to Senate leadership, GAMA and AIA made a collective statement:

With similar legislation already having passed the U.S. House of Representatives, we believe now is the right time for the U.S. Senate to decisively act to improve the FAA certification and regulatory process.

-Eric K. Fanning, President and CEO, AIA/Peter J. Bunce, President and CEO, GAMA

The House passed their version of the bill, H.R. 4 on April 27, 2018. Now, the Senate will need to pass their version, S.1405 before members from both the House and the Senate can meet to settle the differences between the two. After those differences are settled, the House and Senate bills will be reconciled into a single proposal called a Conference Report. The Conference Report is then sent back to both chambers for a vote, and, if it passes, is then sent to the President who will approve it as law or veto it.

You can view a live stream of the Senate floor proceeding on August 10 here, and return to the page to watch future proceedings. We’d also like to hear what you think about the bill and how you feel it may impact the drone industry. Share your thoughts in this thread on our community forum.

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18 Reasons to Attend InterDrone 2018

InterDrone is just one month away and we can’t wait.


We’ve attended four years in a row now, since InterDrone first launched, and every year the conference has gotten bigger and more impressive.

If you haven’t been before, InterDrone is the largest commercial drone show in North America, with anticipated attendance this year of 3,500 people.

The 2018 conference will be held from September 5—7 at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV, and will feature more than 125 sessions, panel discussions, and keynotes conducted by renowned industry experts, as well as over 165 companies showcasing the latest hardware, software, and drone accessories in the exhibit hall.

Know you want to attend InterDrone 2018? Register here, and make sure to use code UAVCOACH for $100 off your ticket.

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Now let’s take a look at our 18 reasons to attend InterDrone in 2018.

1. InterDrone Is the Largest Commercial Drone Event in North America

Enough said, right?

With 3,500 attendees, 125+ sessions, panel discussions, and keynotes, and 165+ exhibiting companies, InterDrone is the premier commercial drone event in North America. If you’re only going to attend one drone conference this year, it should probably be InterDrone.


2. Enterprise After Hours

To help people attending the conference for specific verticals connect with each other, InterDrone has added a new After Hours event to the schedule this year. The event will take place on the evening of Wednesday, September 5, and will be broken up into different commercial sectors, allowing attendees to visit different rooms to talk to people working in different verticals.

The After Hours will feature special networking sessions in dedicated rooms for different verticals, including:

  • Construction
  • Aggregates and Mining
  • Inspection (both energy and
    infrastructure inspection)
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Public Safety
  • Surveying and Mapping


3. Networking

The After Hours event is only one place where you’ll be able to do some really valuable networking at InterDrone—we can say from experience that InterDrone is one of the best venues in the industry for meeting new people and catching up with those you already know.

One of the main reasons people attend conferences like InterDrone is to network—to catch up with old friends, make new ones, look for work or find new employees, and to generally mingle and learn more about the drone industry from other people who work in it.

We ourselves have made some of our best and longest-lasting connections at InterDrone, and we can’t wait for more networking opportunities this year.

4. Expansion of Enterprise-Specific Content

In addition to the After Hours event, InterDrone has expanded their enterprise-specific tracks this year with 60-minute panels and classes specific to each vertical covered in the After Hours event:

  • Construction
  • Aggregates and Mining
  • Inspection (both energy and
    infrastructure inspection)
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Public Safety
  • Surveying and Mapping

These panels and classes will be woven throughout the entirety of the program at InterDrone 2018, helping people who are attending for specific enterprise applications further their education and their connections in the specific sector of the drone industry that most interests them.

InterDrone’s audience has become increasingly professional since its inception in 2015. With the addition of the enterprise after hours and specific enterprise tracks, we are ensuring we are delivering the most comprehensive program to the commercial drone industry.

– Katie Flash, InterDrone Content Director


5. DJI Enterprise to Exhibit for First Time with Biggest Booth in InterDrone History

This year DJI Enterprise has signed on as an exhibitor at InterDrone, which is noteworthy because it’s the first time DJI has had a major presence at the conference.

With a 40 x 40-foot booth, DJI Enterprise has reserved the largest exhibit space in the history of InterDrone, and plans to showcase many of its vertical partner solutions along with its own hardware.

In addition to making a big splash in the exhibition hall, DJI will present a keynote on the morning of Thursday, September 6, as well as teach several 60-minute sessions on topics such as its developer technologies, the current landscape of drones in public safety, and what’s new in aerial photography.

The DJI team is excited for InterDrone 2018, where we will showcase our latest technology, which include solutions developed in close collaboration with our partners—many of whom will be exhibiting at our booth.

– Jan Gasparic, Head of Enterprise Partnerships at DJI

6. The Exhibition Hall

Speaking of DJI and their huge booth, the InterDrone exhibition hall is just generally incredible.

This year over 165 companies will be exhibiting, and they’re sure to have their latest, most impressive technology on display.

In the past we’ve been wowed just walking around the exhibition hall, seeing all of the new releases from major players in the drone industry and meeting people at the booths.

The exhibit hall schedule for this year is:

  • Wednesday, September 5, from 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
  • Thursday, September 6, from 11:00 am – 6:45 pm
  • Friday, September 7, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

7. A Workshop on Drone Videography

This year InterDrone is offering a 4.5 hour workshop on drone videography. The workshop will take place the day before InterDrone begins, on Tuesday, September 4, and will be taught by a veteran UAS operator/pilot Douglas Spotted Eagle.

The workshop will cover how to approach creating the best drone footage (or sourcing it), how to know where to begin the color correction process, and how to become aware of codec challenges for color correction, stabilization, and matching. It will also detail what you need for complete aerial storytelling, adding to ground footage and unique elements to best to convey your story and clearly communicate your message.

Topics to be covered in the workshop include:

  • Creating a flight plan
  • Setting up the drone/UAV camera
  • Filters (Polarizers, Neutral Density, Gradients)
  • Avoiding pitfalls and weather
  • Filters, codecs, and stabilization
  • Color-correction baselines

flying a drone in Luxembourg

8. A Workshop on How to Find Your Fortune in the Drone Industry

Another half-day workshop being offered the day before the conference begins is on how to build a successful business in the drone industry.

The workshop will cover items like how to decide what kind of business to start, sales and marketing, and how to simplify the process of starting and running a successful drone business or company.

Topics to be covered in the workshop include:

  • Drone Opportunities Abound: Selecting what’s right for you
  • Trail Blazers: Learn from those that have gone before you
  • How to build a competitive advantage
  • Marketing on a shoestring
  • The hunt for start-up capital

9. A Full-Day Public Safety Workshop

In addition to the two half-day workshops, to underscore their commitment to public safety and drones this year InterDrone has added a full-day Public Safety workshop, also to be held on Tuesday, September 5.

The full-day workshop devoted to Public Safety will focus on the steps needed to create a successful drone program within a first responder organization, including police, fire and search and rescue. Michael Uleski, a full-time public safety officer for the Daytona Beach Shores Dept. of Public Safety where he is certified as a law enforcement officer, firefighter, and EMT, will teach the workshop.

If you work for a police or fire department and you’ve been looking for guidance in creating a drone program, this workshop will help you get your operation up and running.


10. New Public Safety Track

In addition to the full-day workshop, InterDrone has added a new Public Safety track to the program this year to provide more in-depth support for attendees from public agencies.

The new track will offer 60-minute classes and panels throughout the conference, and cover subjects such as mutual aid deployments, the current landscape and current technology, and successfully deploying UAS during a public safety incident will be covered.

It looks like 2018 will mark the year of the drone for public safety agencies. In ever-increasing numbers, agencies are discovering the incredible resource that an unmanned aerial system can bring to their day-to-day operations.

– Michael Uleski, Public Safety Presenter at InterDrone 2018

11. Meet the UAV Coach Team

This year the UAV Coach team will be represented by Student Support Manager Mike McGuirt and our new Marketing Manager Isabella Gustave. This will be Isabella’s first time attending InterDrone, and she is thrilled to experience InterDrone for the first time.

(Unfortunately our CEO Alan Perlman and Chief Strategy Officer Lana Axelrod will not be able to attend this year.)

If you plan to go to InterDrone, we’d love to meet you. Please make sure to comment on this thread in our community forum to let us know, or send us an email at support[at]uavcoach[dot]com.

We can’t wait to see you there!

12. Newest Data on the Drone Industry from SkyLogic

Just in time for InterDrone 2018, Skylogic will be releasing a report from the data collected in their 2018 survey.

Skylogic’s 2017 report provided revealing information on where drone pilots are making money, and this year’s report promises to have useful insights on who’s buying drones and who’s using drone software.


Colin Snow, CEO of SkyLogic, will be speaking again at InterDrone this year, and attendees will have the chance to get information from him based on the data collected in his survey.

There is a lack of objective information on the drone industry. We find an absence of credible market-based research and little understanding of the difference between large industry forecasts and actual buyer adoption rates. This study will clarify much of that.

– Colin Snow, CEO of SkyLogic

13. Eight Industry Verticals Covered

This year InterDrone will include eight unique tracks for different industry verticals, allowing attendees to really hone in on the topics that most interest them. If you want to learn more about a specific commercial drone application, this year’s lineup promises to have in-depth content that will address your needs.

The eight industry verticals that will be covered at InterDrone 2018 are:

  • Precision Agriculture
  • Construction, Aggregates, and Mining
  • Inspection
  • Business
  • Development and Hardware
  • Cinema and Photo
  • Public Safety
  • Surveying and Mapping


14. Fourth Annual Women in Drones Luncheon

InterDrone 2018 will feature the fourth annual Women in Drones Luncheon, an event that strives to highlight the accomplishments of women in the commercial drone space, and which presents key networking opportunities for women working in the drone industry.

During the luncheon, Women and Drones will announce the 2018 Women to Watch in UAS list of honorees. These are women who have made exceptional contributions to the UAS industry and were selected from hundreds of nominations.

Suzanne Lemieux, UAS Lead and Manager, API (American Petroleum Institute), will host the 2018 luncheon. Other notable participants include Lia Reich, VP Marketing-Communications at PrecisionHawk, Sharon Rossmark, CEO and Founder of Women and Drones, and Mariah Scott, President of Skyward, A Verizon Company.


15. UAV Coach Is an InterDrone Media Partner

We’re honored to be an ongoing media partner for InterDrone, and it’s important to note that we don’t enter into partnerships like this lightly.

If we decide to partner with an organization it means that we believe in their mission and think what they’re doing is of high quality and worth sharing with our community.

16. InterDrone Has 300+ Media Partners for 2018

We’re not the only ones who decided to be a media partner for InterDrone—this year more than 300 media and association partners across a variety of industry verticals have announced support for InterDrone.

So if it’s true that you can be judged by those with whom you associate, InterDrone is looking pretty darn good these days.

“Each partner is marketing InterDrone to their respective audiences, using all available forms of digital, print and social media, giving the show incredible breadth of promotion across dozens of industries in more than 150 nations.”

Carl Berndtson, Confex Partners Managing Director

17. Find Work

Drone jobs abound at InterDrone. Every year we meet InterDrone attendees who have connected with potential employers, and learned about new ideas and applications they can use to expand their drone businesses.

And the opportunities aren’t just limited to drone pilots. InterDrone is a great place to hunt for a job at a drone company in various positions, from marketing and sales, to HR, and beyond.

Pro tip: Make sure to bring business cards, and give them to everyone you meet whom you think could be a potential lead for finding work. A business card makes it easy for people to follow up with you, and it also helps you project an air of professionalism when making new connections.

18. Las Vegas

While the cliche about what happens there stays there may be a little worn out, the truth is that Las Vegas is a place where you can see an incredible variety of shows, eat at world class restaurants, and walk around one of the most architecturally impressive cities in the world—all while rubbing elbows with some of the most important people in the drone industry.

For us, this definitely is an added draw for the conference.


Planning to attend InterDrone next month? Get a $100 discount by using code UAVCOACH when you purchase your tickets.

If you know you’re going to attend, please make sure to let us know by chiming in on this thread in the UAV Coach community forum.

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Intel Expands “Drones for Good” Efforts with Work to Restore the Great Wall of China

Intel is currently working in partnership with the China Foundation for Cultural Heritage Conservation (CWCHF) to help restore the Jiankou wall, one of the most famous stretches of the Great Wall of China.

The Jiankou wall spans 12 miles and is rapidly decaying.

Due to its location, covering high mountain peaks and steep cliffs, this section of the Great Wall has never received restoration work. In fact, many parts of the Great Wall have never been restored, since work in the treacherous areas where the wall is located is both dangerous and expensive using traditional methods—but by collecting aerial data with drones, Intel will be able to expedite the collection of key information on where restoration efforts should be focused.


Using their Falcon 8+ drone, Intel will collect data on the Jiankou wall, which will be stitched together to create detailed 3D models for the CWCHF. Intel will also provide a plan for how to use the data collected to restore the damaged sections of the wall.

Drones are very capable platforms that can be used for novel applications beyond just the commercial roles that they were designed for.

– Anil Nanduri, Head of the Drone Group at Intel

Last year at InterDrone, Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich used the phrase “data is the new oil” when speaking just before a demo of the Falcon 8+ and Intel’s Insights platform.

In the demo, the Falcon 8+ flew an automated path to survey a fake wall that had been erected for the purposes of the demonstration. The aerial data collected was then analyzed by the Insights platform, and problem areas where work was needed were automatically identified.


Intel will use a similar approach with their work on the Great Wall, using an A.I. algorithm to automatically review the thousands of images that will be collected and identify those areas that need attention.

But their insights will go beyond simply identifying structural flaws. According to Intel, by using one of their Xeon processors they will be able to provide guidelines on the precise work that needs to be done to correct the damage found to the wall, down to the exact amount of bricks needed to make a given repair.

Intel plans to capture over 10,000 hi-res aerial images as part of their restoration efforts, which will provide invaluable information for conservation teams and expedite efforts to fix damaged areas of the wall.

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Intel’s Drones for Good Efforts

The Great Wall restoration project is part of Intel’s “Tech for Good” initiative, which has included some pretty fascinating projects, including two wildlife conservation projects.

One of these projects was an arctic expedition to track and document polar bears, in which Intel teamed up with renowned wildlife photographer and conservationist Ole Jørgen Liodden.

Given how dangerous they are, and the vast areas they cover, the ideal method for tracking polar bears is from the air. But using a helicopter is loud, invasive, and cost-prohibitive—and this is where Intel’s Falcon 8+ proved helpful for Liodden, who used it throughout the expedition to take pictures and video of polar bears.

The second conservationist project Intel has supported was in using drones to track and document whales—and to help collect their snot.

Project SnotBot is an initiative that uses drones to collect whale blow, also called snot, exhaled when whales surface, which contains vital data for researchers, and Intel teamed up with them to support their research and conservation efforts.


Intel helped Project Snotbot by using machine learning technology to improve their data analysis by running algorithms that can identify a particular whale and assess its health in real time, regardless of the presence of complicating factors such as the whale’s unpredictable movements or limited ocean visibility.

Let us know what you think of Intel’s drones for good efforts in this thread on the UAV Coach community forum.

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Europe’s Largest Commercial UAV Event Set to Take Place in London this November: The Commercial UAV Show

An excellent way to increase your knowledge within the drone industry is to attend a trade show or conference. As the drone industry expands, conferences continue to become available in more locations across the world. One such event is The Commercial UAV Show set to take place in London, England, November 14-15, 2018.


The 2018 Commercial UAV Show

The Commercial UAV Show is Europe’s largest event for commercial UAV professionals, bringing together over 3,000 people to discuss industry developments, their challenges, and how to thrive in this dynamic industry. Celebrating its 5th year in 2018, The Commercial UAV Show is established as a world-class conference focused on the progression of the UAV industry; and a technology exhibition showcasing the latest hardware and software innovations from the mega tech companies to the latest start-ups.

Ticket Discounts for UAV Coach Readers

As a media partner of The Commercial UAV Show, we are delighted to offer our readers a special discount on tickets. UAV Coach readers and community members get 15% off their ticket with code PPWJ.

Go to The Commercial UAV Show website to book your FREE Expo Pass or buy a ticket to the conference with 15% discount with code PPWJ.

The European Drone Market

At UAV Coach, we often publish content specific to U.S. readers—since we are headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee—but we also strive to remain aware of what’s happening around the world. The European drone market has steadily grown over the past year, especially in commercial markets. According to a 2018 study by Drone Industry Insights, a Germany-based market research and analytics company, “all market players foresee significant market growth for commercial drone applications.” In the figure below, from the same study, drone manufacturers and users indicated optimistic views of market development in the next 12 months.

European drone market growth
Source: The European Drone Industry: Drone Industry Barometer 2018, Drone Industry Insights

In addition to keeping up with drone industry research, we’ve also reported on European drone companies, such as Delair — a French-owned company that has expanded their end-to-end drone services into international marketplaces, including America. We also should mention the useful resource we compiled on drone laws in Europe organized by country.

We’re proud to support The Commercial UAV Show as a media partner and feel this event will be a great opportunity for our sUAS folks in Europe.

The Commercial UAV Show London

Speaker Lineup for The Commercial UAV Show

Key speakers include executives and industry professionals from presitged companies such as BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, PrecisionHawk, Flyability, and many others. The speaker lineup includes:

Aircraft Engineers

  • Karthik Balakrishnan, Project Executive – Altiscope, Airbus A^3
  • Dragos Margineantu, AI Chief Technologist, Technical Fellow, Boeing Research & Technology
  • Nick Colosimo, Strategy & Planning Executive, Global Engineering Fellow, Principal Technologist (Disruptive Technologies), BAE Systems – Air
  • Hamed Khalkhali, Director of Engineering – Tactical UAS Business Unit, AeroVironment, Inc.
  • Jonathan Brewster, Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin
  • Stéphane Terrenoir, CTO, Delair
  • Maj Andrew Huggins, Chief Air Engineer Miniature Unmanned Air Systems – 1 ISR Brigade, British Army
  • Ally Ferguson, Director, Airspace Research, PrecisionHawk
  • Patrick Thevoz, Co-Founder and CEO, Flyability

Other Industries

  • Jan Georgopoulos, BIM & Digital Engineering Specialist: GIS & Survey, Skanska
  • Kevin Cardona, Directeur de l’Innovation – Chief Innovation Officer, BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • Joe Little, Technology Principal – Digital Innovation Organisation, BP
  • Greg Agvent, Senior Director of National News Technology, CNN
  • Jacques van Tonder, Chief Advisor – Asset Management and Infrastructure, Rio Tinto
  • Eric Murray, Principal Engineer, Vodafone

Download the agenda to see who else is speaking, and find out what they will be discussing.


During the exhibition, attendees will also have the opportunity to meet key suppliers. With over a hundred exhibitors they’ll get to see the latest innovations, live demos, and a variety of solutions including:

  • UAV manufacturers
  • Sensor/receptor/camera/battery manufacturers
  • UTM, data and geospatial software
  • Service providers
  • Training
  • Test centers
  • Insurance
  • Consultants
  • Resellers

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Following The Commercial UAV Show on social media is the ideal way to stay up to date with all conference announcements, news, and more!

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