DroneTalks | Arnaud Guihard | Airfield Infrastructure & Air Navigation System Manager at Charles de Gaulle, ADP 

Mar 05., 2022

Is it possible to have fully functioning drones at international airports? How does the integration process of drones into airport facilities and services take place? What are the challenges when it comes to executing the deployment of drones amid the busy operations of an international airport? Are the drones capable of replacing the current services at the airports in general? All questions answered.

In this session, DroneTalks co-founder Lorenzo Murzilli welcomes Arnaud Guihard, Airfield Infrastructure & Air Navigation System Manager at ADP Group.

Arnaud Guihard mentions that the usage of drones is not a dream but a reality for executing common operations of maintenance at the commercial airports in the current system. He also clarifies that the actual deployment of drones at airports is risky but controllable and convenient. According to Arnaud Guihard, drones will be completely replacing operational tasks and autonomously executing tasks that are assigned to them in two or three years of time.

Join us in this lively and innovative talk with Arnaud Guihard and explore the expert-driven insights about the future of drones and their integration into the current airport system.

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