AUVSI makes hosting an educational event with XPONENTIAL 2018—April 30 – May 3, 2018, Denver—a seamless experience. We will promote your event to our network of unmanned systems and robotics professionals. As well as provide registration services, logistical support and complimentary XPO hall passes* to your attendees.
AUVSI takes great care in selecting top industry organizations that are able to provide their audiences with compelling information and innovative ideas to help advance the unmanned systems industry. If your organization can help provide a deep-dive into the technology or business of unmanned systems, apply now!
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XPONENTIAL 2017 co-located events:
The F38 Committee addresses issues related to design, performance, quality acceptance tests, and safety monitoring for unmanned air vehicle systems. Over 130 members are involved in this multinational initiative; all participating actively within a three-tiered subcommittee structure focusing on airworthiness, flight operations, and operator qualifications
The Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Weather Forum provides a platform for discussion of all aspects related to weather and UAS operations.
Wireless Repair Roundup is a one-day business owner's workshop. Wireless repair industry experts dive into the hottest tips to increase your store traffic and device repair profits including, drone market overview and drone repair.
Registration Pricing: Early Bird: $350 / After April 15: $400
CAUAS-3 will bring the AUVSI and AIAA professional communities together to focus on the current civilian applications of UAS, to look at lessons learned during the Public Decade (2008-2017), and to look forward to define the Civil Decade (2017-2026).
Organized by Kansas State University (KSU), this is a guided open forum discussion of UAS maintenance trends, including topics such as technician training, regulations, and challenges faced by the industry today.
The Texas UAS Summit will bring together key U.S. and State of Texas Congressional Leaders along with key leaders from the Law Enforcement and First Responder community across Texas and the nation. The summit will also include presentations by UAS leaders and experts from the FAA, NASA, our Oil & Gas Partners, UAS experts in rail and highway transportation management, forest management and response, agriculture, land management, the growing Texas UAS commercial sector, a Women in UAS leadership panel and our academia research and development partners.
ARGUS Unmanned, a worldwide leader in aviation safety and training practices, offers a 1-day workshop aimed to develop the knowledge and understanding of a learner’s competency in UAS aviation safety and managing risks.
Registration Pricing: Standard: $249 / Onsite: $349
Pix4D’s User Workshop helps professionals leverage drone technology to create accurate 2D and 3D reconstructions with topics including: Best Data Collection Practices, Recommended Processing Workflow, Practical Exercises and Analyzing Results.
AHS International — The Vertical Flight Technical Society — presents a special interactive panel with top innovation leaders from Uber, A3 by Airbus, Bell, Boeing, Leonardo and Sikorsky to discuss the latest in autonomous vertical flight for manned and unmanned aircraft. Moderated by Graham Warwick, the Technology Managing Editor for Aviation Week & Space Technology, you don’t want to miss this unique panel. Refreshments begin at 10:00 AM, panel discussion starts at 10:30 AM.
OEMs demand diligent review of their technology programs and how and when to implement certain technologies in their product cycle. In addition, new startups and suppliers are making waves by inserting themselves into the process, either as an OEM or service provider that acts as an OEM. The crucial question: how can your company get off the ground—or expand its role—in this increasingly challenging landscape?
Leadership from ASSURE will present for the first time on key findings from the organization’s first two years of research under the UAS Center of Excellence Program. The three-hour session will include panels, posters, and an open forum to discuss the national UAS Integration Research objectives, strategy partnerships with industry and other research institutions, and collaboration across federal agencies. The Fair is designed to provide access directly with research Principal Investigators, ASSURE leadership, and research results.
AUVSI’s Remote Pilots Council (RPC) Summit will kick off the next phase of this important initiative. The RPC was established to provide a forum for remote pilots to engage directly with one another and the FAA.
IMPORTANT: The RPC Summit is open to all attendees, however separate pre-registration is required.
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