Premiere of the EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT on 15 October in Frankfurt a.M.



Europe's most important drone conference 2018 discusses new industrial applications with drones

Frankfurt a.M./ Karlsruhe 10.10.2018: More and more companies are becoming active in the UAV sector. In recent years, a real market has developed here, where a wide variety of platforms with specific applications are made available. Experts see enormous development potential for unmanned aerial vehicles in industrial applications and in remote inspection. The European Commission has announced that it will adapt its aviation regulations accordingly before the end of this year.
The European dimension of the development of applications and their legal framework with drones will be discussed at the EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT (EDS2018) on 15 October 2018 in Frankfurt a.M., one day before the leading European trade fair INTERAERIAL SOLUTIONS part of INTERGEO. The EDS2018 takes place for the first time as Europe's most important drone conference in 2018 on the initiative of the UAV DACH e.V. – Unmanned Aviation Association and is organised in cooperation with the HINTE Expo and Conference (...).

EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT 2018 – Anil V. Nanduri from the Intel Drone Group will be a keynote speaker



An international panel of experts from INTEL will attend the workshops and presentations on the new general aviation regulation

Frankfurt am Main/Karlsruhe, August 29, 2018. The EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT (EDS2018) is the first European conference at which operators, manufacturers and public authority representatives will discuss the potential modes of operation and applications that are opening up for professional drone service providers and companies in light of the unmanned aircraft industry’s new European general aviation regulation. Specialists from across Europe will share their insights with delegates at the first EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT on 15 October 2018 in Frankfurt am Main. The organiser of EDS2018, UAV DACH e.V., has brought together key representatives from the field of unmanned aircraft.
“We are extremely proud that a company like Intel has clearly committed itself to the role of gold sponsor and supported the event from the outset. Not to mention that representatives from the European Commission will be answering questions for us on the new EU legislation,” says Michael Wieland from UAV DACH e.V., the driving force behind the EDS (...).

New EU general aviation regulation creates one big sky over Europe



European Commission answers questions at EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT

The new EU general aviation regulation will be coming into force in just a few days’ time. This marks a new era for drones and will create one big sky over Europe for unmanned aviation. The new European Union regulation will enable operators of unmanned aircraft to use previously banned modes of operation and types of deployment in the future. The same rules will also apply in all EU member states for the first time. The EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT on 15 October 2018 in Frankfurt is the first European conference at which operators and manufacturers will be able to discuss the general aviation regulation’s consequences. Prominent members of the European Parliament, the EU Commission and industry will set out how the law will be implemented. The CEOs of DJI and Yuneec will join Koen de Vos from the European Commission in outlining the new requirements and opportunities for the drone industry (...).

The first EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT on 15 October 2018 in Frankfurt:



Prestigious conference is bringing together European industry and drone technology for the first time | registration is now open

Frankfurt/Braunschweig/Karlsruhe, 8 June 2018. While air taxis and pizza delivery drones make eye-catching headlines, behind the scenes drones have steadily become part and parcel of everyday modern society. More than your average new smart technology, they form a fundamental building block for digitalising the economy. In civil use, drones have long been used to perform tasks at locations that are too dangerous, troublesome or hard to reach for humans. Particularly with regard to digitalisation, drones provide an important platform as an intelligent tool for the economy and industry – with a great and as yet virtually incalculable potential. “Customers have plenty of uses for high-quality products in the film and construction industries, emergency services, agriculture, inspections, natural protection and lots of other areas,” adds Martin Brandenburg, Managing Director of DJI Germany (...).

Inaugural EUROPEAN DRONE SUMMIT in Frankfurt



New event devoted to the future of drones in Europe

Frankfurt/Braunschweig/Karlsruhe, 5 April 2018 | In addition to being a smart, up-and-coming technology, commercial drones are also an integral part of the digitalisation of business and society. The EU member states have agreed to introduce legislation regulating the operation of unmanned aircraft in Europe that takes into account both economic potential and safety requirements (...).