Commercial UAV Expo trade show floor continues to expand

Event Recognized as a Top 25 Fastest Growing Trade Show by Trade Show Network News

May 03, 2018

This October, the 4th Annual Commercial UAV Expo trade show will host a variety of unmanned aerial system (UAS) vendors showcasing airframes, components, software and services all focused on commercial applications.

The event, which was recently recognized by Trade Show Network News as one of the Top 25 Fastest Growing trade shows, will exceed 200 booths this year. It will be held at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas from October 1-3. With the recent acquisition of Drone World Expo, the show is the definitive conference and expo for commercial drone applications. 

“What’s happening now in the North American market for commercial UAS is very exciting. The passage of Part 107 has opened the doors for many operators to get off the sidelines and jumpstart their UAV programs. Conference content will be a combination of workshops focused on what’s happening now and current successes and challenges in top vertical market segments for UAS integration as well as a view into the future of what will be in five, 10 even 20 years,” said Lisa Murray, Group Director at Diversified Communications, organizer of the event, in a release. “Drone industry leaders have already cast their votes for Commercial UAV Expo by committing to this event. They know they can count on us to deliver the best quality prospects and key decision makers looking for solutions they need to increase efficiency, save money, mitigate risk and increase safety. To learn more, visit us this week at AUVSI’s XPonential in booth #1935.”

Companies from countries all over the world will be represented on the trade show floor showcasing new products and technologies. International exhibitors include 3D TARGET SRL, 4DMapper - Geospatial Ecosystem for Enterprise, Acecore Technologies, BAE Systems, ComNav Technology Ltd., Delair, Flyability, microdrones, Orbit GT, Parrot Business Solutions, Pix4D, Quantum-Systems GmbH, SBG Systems S.A.S., SimActive Inc., Terrasolid Ltd., U-Drone Robotics Australia, Virtual Surveyor nv, YellowScan, and many others.

A full list of exhibitors for the 2018 event can be found here. Qualified asset or infrastructure owners and operators with assets valued at $5 million or more and are involved in the purchase and/or utilization of UAS technology for business purposes can qualify for a free full conference pass to Commercial UAV Expo as a “UAVIP.” This includes energy companies, transportation infrastructure, mining companies, large agriculture operations, telecommunications companies, law enforcement agencies. The event also offers free exhibit hall passes to qualified commercial users that don’t meet the UAVIP requirements.

In addition to the education content and dynamic show floor, the event offers networking events and demonstrations from market leading vendors. Attendees will have a first-hand look at drones in action and the resulting data sets through a variety of live demo scenarios at the HUVR test site in Henderson. For the most up-to-date information and to register, click here.

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