The delegate fee includes access to the event, the networking breaks, and the event proceedings. It must be paid in full before the date of the event. The delegate badges will be collected at the registration desk of the event. Substitutions are allowed and cancellations that are received in writing up to 30 days prior to the date of the event will be refunded (-10% administration fee). For more information, please visit the "Terms & Conditions" section.
This new conference will focus on the recent developments in the use of non-military drones and their effect on aircraft operations. The debates will cover the concerns of both aircraft operators and airports. Furthermore, this event will explore the social benefits and concerns in the use of drones, insurance, liability issues as well as security and safety regulations.
Who should attend: Aircraft operators, airport executives, manufacturers, consultants, insurance companies and all professionals with an interest in the growth of drones, threats and opportunities.
Mark Blois-Brooke, Chief Pilot, TAG Aviation UK & Malta
Ed De Reyes, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, Sabrewing Aircraft Company
Matthew Day, Director, Hayward Aviation
John Drysdale, Business Development Manager for the International Aviation Services Centre, Shannon Group
Robert Garbett, Chief Executive, Drone Major Group
Jim Gibson, Managing Director, Tethered Drone Systems
Richard Gill, Founder & CEO, Drone Defence
Michael Hulme, Director, Surrey Visuals
Giles Kavanagh, Partner and Global Head of Aerospace, HFW
Dominic Kelly, Managing Director and Founder, CBRNE and DroneOps
Damon Knight, Head of Air Traffic Services, Southend Airport
Prof. Anna Masutti, Senior Partner, LS Lexjus Sinacta
Capt. Thomas Mildenberger, Technical Expert ADO and UAS Matters, European Cockpit Association
Filippo Tomasello, Senior Partner, EuroUSC Italia
Avner (Nery) Yarkoni, Adv.
The arrival of drones: A challenge for the safety regulators