Aerial Cities 20 speakers confirmed

September 5, 2022

Drones are here to stay, and the future of the drone industry is being shaped by the world's leading drone industry C-Level executives, decision-makers of European cities, CAAs, and city officials. For this reason, we are gathering all of these people in an invitation-only free event on November 17-18 in Bern, Switzerland. It will be a unique opportunity to develop new partnerships and discuss essential topics to pave the way for the ecosystem's future.

Cities are expanding their horizons to the third dimension, with needs and challenges requiring solutions. Regulations are evolving positively, allowing companies to innovate in the space. The drone industry is moving in the right direction. However, many questions still need to be answered.

Here are some of the important topics that will be covered through keynotes, discussion panels, and education sessions:

  • The impact of drones on the urban landscape
  • The role and responsibilities of governments in the management of aerial cities
  • The challenge of ground infrastructure integration
  • How smart regulation enables the air mobility revolution
  • Social acceptance

The first 20 speakers have been confirmed including profiles such as Mikhail Kokorich, CEO of Destinus or Bobby Healy, CEO of Manna; authorities leaders such as Giovanni Di Antonio, from the Italian ENAC and Chairman of the Joint Authorities for Rulemaking on Unmanned Systems (JARUS), Juan Jose Sola from Spanish AESA or Enda Walsh from the Irish CAA; policy innovators such as the Greek Deputy Governor of Entrepreneurship, Research and Innovation, Fokion Zaimis

For more information about the event:

https://lnkd.in/eW2yMY7z

We are looking forward to seeing you!

About the authors

Cedric Hobeika

Cedric is the Marketing Manager of DroneTalks and spent over 15 years building marketing strategies and partnerships internationally and locally. He produced and managed multiple podcast series, events, and campaigns focusing on drone technology and the ecosystem.

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