Aerialtronics, a Netherlands-based manufacturer of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), says it is joining the upcoming TUSExpo 2015 on Feb. 4-6.
Taking place at the World Forum in The Hague, Netherlands, TUSExpo 2015 is the first fully integrated European unmanned systems industry trade show and conference, according to Aerialtronics.
TUSExpo is attended by manufacturers, suppliers, system integrators, regulators, industry experts, buyers and decision-makers.
Besides the exhibition, TUSExpo also offers a comprehensive conference program covering the most significant and debated topics in the UAS sector, such as security, agriculture, oil and gas, European Union legislation, and more. UAS flight demos will also take place.
Speakers include Doug Davis, Northrop Grumman’s director of airworthiness, who will address challenges resulting from the integration of large numbers of remotely piloted air systems into the air traffic management system, and Jesse Kallman, Airware‘s head of business development and regulatory affairs.
“Europe needs to start educating people on using drones,” says Lucas van Oostrum, co-founder and chief technology officer of Aerialtronics, who will be a keynote speaker of the conference. ‘The industry must unite to make flying drones both as a hobby and commercially safe for everyone.’
Aerialtronics is a member of the Small UAV Coalition, a group of companies advocating for the safe integration of UAS into national airspace.
Robin van de Putte, founder and chief marketing officer of Aerialtronics, adds, “The TUSExpo is a must for all those professionals who operate on the leading edge of the UAS-driven economy and need to keep in touch with the latest innovations in this fast-paced industry.”