The following is a Commercial UAV Expo press release:
Commercial UAV Expo Projects 200+ Exhibitors from Around the Globe
Exhibit floor expanded to accommodate overwhelming demand as best-in-class UAS solutions providers continue to book space for 2022 edition, September 6-8
Organizers of Commercial UAV Expo, the world’s leading commercial drone trade show and conference, have announced an impressive list of top UAS companies from around the globe that have signed on to exhibit at the 2022 event. More than 200 companies are projected and 175 have officially confirmed. Commercial UAV Expo will take place September 6 – 8, 2022 at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.
“Commercial UAV Expo is the definitive event for professionals from across the globe integrating and operating commercial UAS,” said Lee Corkhill, Group Event Director at Diversified Communications, organizer of Commercial UAV Expo. “The 2022 show floor will be brimming with more than 200 organizations showcasing best-in-class solutions, creating the opportunity for attendees to compare and qualify hundreds of solutions, engage with technical leads and current users, and find the right tools for their ever-changing needs. We had to reconfigure our floor plan to meet the demand and are on track to exceed our previous record with more exhibitors than ever before – that’s a ringing endorsement from the industry.”
Countries represented at the event are far-reaching and represent the global breadth of the commercial UAV industry, including a Czech Republic Pavilion and exhibitors from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Norway, Slovakia, South Africa, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, United States and Vietnam.
View the complete exhibitor list and floor plan online.
Additional features of the exhibit hall show floor include a Startup Pavilion and University Pavilion as well as Welcome Happy Hour, Networking Reception and educational programming in the Exhibit Hall Theater. The exhibit hall complements a robust conference program of practical, actionable education developed in conjunction with commercial drone leaders including deep dive vertical industry sessions for professionals in construction, drone delivery, energy & utilities, forestry & agriculture, infrastructure & transportation, mining & aggregates, security, and surveying & mapping. Keynotes will be announced soon and include leaders from the FAA, DroneUp, Matternet, Wing, Zipline and more.
Select presentations are being produced in partnership with the Commercial Drone Alliance. Live Outdoor Flying Demonstrations will feature leading vendors showcasing systems in action providing the opportunity to see and compare systems in real-world scenarios. Additional special events include the DRONERESPONDERS Safety Summit, and Workshops and Trainings featuring night flight demos, all of which allow opportunities for hands-on demos and industry connections.
The 2022 edition of Commercial UAV Expo is building on the momentum from last year’s event, which drew 1,955 verified professionals and 130 exhibitors, representing 24 countries. The full list of organizations that took part in 2021 can be found here. The 2022 event currently boasts more than 300 media and association supporters from six continents. Visit www.expouav.com for more information on attending or exhibiting.
Register before July 15, 2022, for early bird rates.
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