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Commercial UAV Expo Announces Board Memberships

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The organizers of the 8th annual Commercial UAV Expo have announced the roster of speakers and industry figures who will participate in the Advisory board. 

The upcoming conference will be put together by the board, who will determine the topics, themes, and focuses of programming throughout the week. In years past, nearly every facet of the rapidly growing UAS industry has been the subject of conference interest, with special attention paid to those growing segments of the market that are developing quickly as they leverage new capabilities found through unmanned systems. In the past, topics included construction; drone delivery; energy & utilities; forestry & agriculture; infrastructure & transportation; mining & aggregates; public safety & emergency service; security; and surveying & mapping. For 2022, a smattering of UAS acronyms will receive plenty of attention, BVLOS, ROI, AAM and other pressing topics will be addressed in depth as part of the programming.  

“Commercial UAV Expo’s Advisory Board is comprised of UAS specialists and industry leaders who will help develop programming that delivers vital information and insights at the most important UAS event of 2022,” said Lee Corkhill, director at expo sponsor, Diversified Communications. “The Board represents a mix of professionals who are experts in the critical issues in the industry. They are at the top of their respective fields, and they are ready to bring their connections and commitment to delivering the best conference and expo the market has ever seen.” 

“Commercial UAV Expo is a great opportunity to talk about the future of the UAS industry,” said another industry organizer, Sebastian Babiarz, COO of Dronehub. “By bringing together the best experts and specialists in one place, the event will also allow us to highlight the benefits, the best uses of drones, bridge the gaps and discover new services. The Golden Age of drones is finally coming.”  



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