Interdrone is continuing to mature as one of the leading conferences dedicated to commercial UAVs, this time with the announcement that drone industry leader DJI will be making its first appearance at the show.
They will join a growing list of commercial drone manufacturers and solution providers from agriculture, surveying and mapping, inspection and emergency services and more.
“Exhibitors and sponsors include a cross section of the entire commercial drone industry, including DroneDeploy, FLIR, Epson, NASA, Pix4D, Geospatial Solutions, ESRI, Brother International, ComNav Technology, Bentley Systems, Harris, NovaTel, and DAE Inc. These great brands mix with great content to attract our robust attendee base of drone business owners, pilots and professionals in all sectors of the industry,” said Katie Flash, Content Director, InterDrone.
Housed in the largest exhibition space Interdrone has ever offered, the Chinese drone giant will showcase its multitude of vertical partner solutions and industry-leading technology.
They will also complement the vertical sessions to be presented at the show, which will cover aspects of drone design, piloting, regulations, and business managemen, with a keynote on the morning of Thursday, September 6.
DJI enthusiasts will be pleased to be able to attend several 60-minute sessions on topics ranging from developer technologies, drones in public safety, and all that is up in aerial photography.
Jan Gasparic, Head of Enterprise Partnerships at DJI, says that they have developed many solutions in close collaboration with their partners.
“The DJI team is excited for InterDrone 2018, where we will showcase our latest technology,” he says.
“The commercial drone ecosystem is growing at a rapid rate and it is thrilling to see the emergence of specialized solutions that cater to specific industrial needs,” he added.
Joining DJI are keynote speakers from NASA, UNICEF, AIRMAP, PrecisionHawk and the FAA.
A Grand Keynote address will be conducted by PrecisionHawk CEO Michael Chasen, and a AirMap’s Greg McNeal, an expert on topics related to technology, law and policy, will follow him the next day.
The high-level lineup of commercial drone CEOs and thought leaders at Interdrone this year will ‘frame the state of the industry for the more than 3,500 attendees expected at the conference’ said Interdrone in a statement.
With more 120 sessions, keynotes, panel discussions as well after hours networking events, Interdrone is set to display everything the commercial drone industry has to offer across six continents.
“Aiding in the growth of our audience is the support of more than 300 media and association partners on six continents. They are helping to drive awareness of InterDrone and building on its position as the premier commercial drone event in the world,” said Ted Bahr, InterDrone Chairman.