Commercial UAV Expo Europe


20 - 22 June 2017


The Sky is the Limit!

Commercial UAV Expo Europe, the highly anticipated exhibition and conference focused on UAS integration for large enterprise industrial applications, has announced dozens of  new market leading providers that have signed on to exhibit in the last several weeks. The inaugural edition of Commercial UAV Expo Europe will take place 20-22 June 2017 at the SQUARE Brussels Exhibition Centre in Brussels, Belgium.

“Commercial UAV Expo Europe is focused on high precision technology for highly technical work, including inspection and monitoring of industrial assets such as wind turbines, electricity pylons, live flare stacks, pipelines, and rails; land surveying; precision agriculture; bridge and road inspection; construction site work; and surveying and mapping,” said Lisa Murray, Event Director. “This industrial focus is precisely what differentiates Commercial UAV Expo Europe from other events and will attract professionals from these industries who are integrating or expanding their UAS capabilities.”


The event will feature an education program with vertical market tracks in which industry experts share best practices, case studies and challenges. Keynotes and plenary sessions will focus on universal themes including systems selection, workflow integration, legal considerations, regulatory issues, harmonization of standards and more. Global technology innovators representing growth segments for drone use will gain critical insights from fellow users as well as hear from drone experts about the road ahead for UAV/UAS integration in Europe.

Closing the event on June 22nd at 3:30pm, a panel discussion will take place about Commercial UAVs: Safety & Legal Considerations for Protecting Your Enterprise. A discussion about the importance of – and methods for – properly documenting drone flights to verify legality, and options for ensuring safety with which all operators and those using the data will want to be familiar. 

Panelists include:
Morwen Williams, Head of Newsgathering Operations, BBC News
Daniel Rubio, Chief Technology Officer, AirMap
Steve Flynn, CEO, Sky Tango
Marc Kegelaers, CEO, UniFly

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