The TUSExpo is a 3-day event including a conference hosting industry leaders, trade exhibitions, live demonstrations, a chance to witness first-ever product unveilings and a specific section for university/innovative drone start-ups. The TUSExpo covers both commercial and civil applications for all types of industries including security, agriculture, industry, science, entertainment and environmental protection and therefor appealing to anyone with an interest in unmanned systems.
Whether you’re a sampling company, experiential marketing provider, catering business, live events specialist or retailer of aviation related products, the Farnborough International Airshow offers fantastic opportunities to boost brand recognition, build exposure and secure sales
The 2016 annual UAS conference will provide an update on the latest applications - exploring some of the more interesting and challenging uses. In addition the conference will provide update on UK Government activity including its near term plans and an introduction to some new enabling research and development activities including low level traffic management will be provided.
High Altitude Pseudo Satellites Technology & Applications (HAPS)
At Farnborough, Cody Park
26th October 2016
This event is a must for all members interested in Unmanned Technology. HAPS are a new area of unmanned technology staying airborne for months and even years at a time. Flying at twice the altitude of a commercial airliner and only using harvested power they provide an insight to new ways of thinking. New technologies are being developed to allow this extraordinary feet of engineering to take place.
SkyTech is a two-day event for the commercial UAS industry. Now in its second year SkyTech will include an exhibition, 3 conferences, workshops, product launches and marketing opportunities for the commercial UAS community.
Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) Conference 2015
At London ExCel
15-18th September 2015
DSEI brings together the entire defence and security industry to source the latest equipment and systems, develop international relationships, and generate new business opportunities.’ There were 34,038 unique attendees, 1,683 exhibitors including 42 international pavilions exhibiting the latest content from around the world.
This is the largest and most influential event in the world dedicated to unmanned systems, drones and intelligent robotics. There’s no other event or conference where you will have the opportunity to learn about the latest and emerging technologies impacting your business.
EOI Notice for Potential UAS Providers – MOD Exploitation of Commercial off the Shelf (COTS) Unmanned Air Systems
If you have Class 1 (Micro, Mini, Small) UAS Capabilities and have a UAS Operating Capability you may be interested in the attached EOI. If you would like to receive a Request for Quote (RFQ) please respond by 11 November 2014. Expression of Interest COTS UAS Proliferation
In April, the UAS CDC hosted its first Industry Day themed “Small UAS and supporting MOD trials work”. In addition to the explicit theme, the day was used by the UAS CDC to brief attendees on its intent regarding future Industry engagement and how ‘third party’ support was integral to the UAS CDC’s delivery model for Defence.
With 16 organisations represented at the Industry Day, there were opportunities aplenty to network, discuss topics of the day pertaining to UAS CDC calls for support and generally get a feel for the “style” of engagement and working that the UAS CDC is seeking to emplace. In this latter regard, the day was interactive with Industry views actively sought to help better inform the UAS CDC in regards to both working with Industry and, thus, providing greater value to Defence.
In arranging this Industry Day, invitations were issued to all Open Supplier Register (OSR) registrants who had indicated a capability of Small UAS (section 8.1 on the OSR). It is the UAS CDC’s intent to stage more Industry Days, with some suggested themes already being currently considered by the Management Board. However, we do encourage Industry to approach us with suggestions for such sessions where hosted engagement (on whatever topic) would derive demonstrable benefits to both Defence and Industry. We look forward to hearing from you!
Feedback from the day itself was both positive and encouraging; the ‘voxpops’ below capturing the mood of the session.
UAS CDC Open Supplier Register now available to register online!
An online version of the Open Supplier Register is now available to both Industry and Academia to support the registration process. Please click on the article for more information. Extract from DCB Notice March 2014
UAS CDC Supports Dstl in letting Research Areas contract
The UAS CDC worked closely with six companies to evaluate future UAS based capabilities. This research provided affordable tools, techniques and methodologies to underpin the formation and implementation of a coherent through-life MOD UAS evaluation capability.