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VIRTUAL PAVILIONS – STATE & INTERNATIONAL
AUVSI hosts specialized virtual pavilions to help attendees navigate the vast landscape of solutions, platforms, technologies and services in unmanned systems. With organizations and their cutting-edge technologies coming from all across the globe, it’s important to highlight what progress and advancements are being made at both the state and international levels.
We are proud to host the following pavilions at XPONENTIAL 2020:
Organized by Investissement Quebec, the Government body of Quebec supporting the growth of businesses and the export trade, the Quebec Pavilion presents the capacities and the various technologies that our province offers within the RPAS industry: tactic UAV platform, mission payloads, avionics, BVLOS, AI-driven solutions, virtual test solutions and much more! Montreal is recognized for its world-renowned aerospace cluster and its new international AI hub. With its internationally recognized innovation ecosystem, the rapidly growing Quebec UAS cluster will soon have a significant impact on various sectors such as defense and security, public safety, infrastructure inspection, MRO, mines and energy, first aid and emergency response, precision agriculture, etc. Come and discover our innovative companies, our start-ups as well as our UAS Center of Excellence, which offers more than 120,000 km2 of flight zones (VLOS and BVLOS). Please contact Carmen Marcu to be part of the Quebec Pavilion.
Switzerland is an international leader in the field of robotics and drones and is therefore often referred to as the "Silicon Valley of robotics". This can also be attributed to Switzerland's long tradition and strengths in sectors such as mechanical engineering and watchmaking. Thanks to pragmatic federal regulation, innovative researchers and good networking, Switzerland is now a leader in drone technology.
Switzerland Global Enterprise is the official mandated export promoter. We support and promote Swiss companies in their export missions. Under the umbrella of Switzerland/SWISS Pavilion the drone and drone related companies enjoy the greatest possible attention and the visitors will recognize quality, innovation and tradition. Contact Sandra Brogli to be a part of the Switzerland Pavilion.
UAS Central, the Central New York and the Mohawk Valley regions of New York State, are the hub for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the United States. The robust and collaborative UAS Central ecosystem is comprised of businesses, academia and government agencies whose sole purpose is to advance the UAS industry in New York State. UAS Central includes a first-of-its kind 50-mile UTM corridor for the testing, research, development, and advancement of unmanned systems. The 50-mile UTM corridor and the New York UAS Test Site, one of only seven FAA-designated UAS Test Sites in the country, are a part of the capabilities that make this region a global leader for the UAS industry. New York State provides incentives to companies relocating to Upstate New York, the leading UAS destination in the U.S.
The Ohio Pavilion highlights the work of the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, leading the discovery, development and delivery of warfighting technologies for the USAF’s air, space and cyberspace forces. Through unparalleled research, tomorrow’s technology and strategic partnerships, AFRL gives our warfighters unmatched advantage in the field. Balancing a legacy of success with a pursuit of innovation, AFRL is uniquely positioned to support the warfighter’s urgent needs and evolving demand to defend America. Find out why AFRL calls Ohio home. Please contact Amber Begley to learn more.
Oklahoma is perfectly positioned for the fast-emerging unmanned industry, with its central location, ideal terrain and climate, business incentives, testing capabilities, training and education programs, and research and development. The state’s three research universities — Oklahoma State University (OSU), the University of Tulsa (TU) and the University of Oklahoma (OU) — are setting themselves apart nationally through degree programs, facilities, research and grants, with emphasis on environmental sensing, defense and weather prediction. Part of a regional cluster initiative, Oklahoma’s UAS companies gain access to collaboration, national technology, global capital and international markets. Contact Leshia Pearson to be a part of the Oklahoma Pavilion.
The Virginia Pavilion, hosted by the Virginia Unmanned System Center at CIT will feature unmanned systems opportunities and introductions to industry leaders, innovators, educators and legislators from all domains: Land, Air, Sea and Space. The Pavilion will highlight CIT (The Center for Innovative Technology), NASA, Virginia Tech, Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership, Virginia Space and a host of other companies who have helped to make Virginia the number one state for unmanned aerial systems business. Contact Priscilla Trimble to be a part of the Virginia Pavilion.