Hear from experts in industry and government across the Australian drone industry and how they meeting the challenges, growth and ever changing marketplace of drones in business.
Australians are early adopters of new technology however the drone industry growth hinges on important safety regulations, cost effective applications and supply and depth of trained professionals.
The conference will address the increasing use of drones in industry for mining, resources, construction and security. Case Studies will be presented and examined with representatives from CASA in the room to answer your questions.
Drones in Agriculture represents an opportunity to hear how drones are helping farmers, contractors and the rural community.
Learn how to inspect stock and infrastructure, map crops, measure water levels and survey your property for improved yield outcomes
Heavy lift drones are now proving valuable to perform tasks on farms, national parks including remote and hard to access locations.
They also have a role to play in search and rescue with these topics covered in the morning sessions including a live flying demonstration on the runway prior to the conference session.
Local Government municipalities and agencies are using drones to measure and track property developments, manage parks and perform maintenance tasks. Hear managers and practitioners from local councils and state government departments on how they have achieved efficiencies and streamlined tasks with the introduction of drones.
Drone business marketing strategies and finding a customer base is covered in the first session after lunch. Buying a drone and launching a website does not guarantee success in the Survey, Real Estate Photography, Mapping or Film industry. This session will expand on how to market your drone business and get eyeballs on your website.
The Drone Showcase exhibition operating from Friday 1 – Sunday 3 March alongside the Drone and RPAS Conference allows you to meet industry professionals, pilots, trainers and service providers.
The Saturday and Sunday seminar sessions cover film and photography, drone pilot training, introduction to drone use on the farm and drones in sport and recreation. These sessions are on a first come – first seated basis so arrive early. When you enter the Drone Zone pavilion, go to the information desk and pick up your seating pass as soon as you arrive.
For further information contact:Rodd Craig