EVENTSUAVaid Supporting Public Engagement
UAVAid co-founder Daniel Ronen briefed on the Hansard UAV system to the Rt Hon Penelope Mordaunt, Secretary of State DFID and Matthew Rycroft CBE, Permanent Secretary DFID, as part of the Department of International Development's Technology Week programme. The...
7th September 2018, London. Supporting the Royal Aeronautical Society Young Persons Conference 2018, UAVAid co-founder Daniel Ronen, today delivered a special presentation on UAV's in Humanitarian Aid and Development. Speaking to an audience of 100 students, graduates...
Daniel Ronen speaks at Central Asia Trade Forum in Kazakhstan 18 – 19 November, on the subject of UAV ‘drone’ technology for development applications.
At an event organised by Crown Agents, UAVaid co-founder Daniel Ronen delivered a talk at Baze University, in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, on 5th July. Speaking to an audience of government officials, university faculty and students, Daniel spoke about the latest...
UAVaid co-founder presented a guest lecture on UAV’s in Humanitarian Aid and Development, to the Royal Aeronautical Society in London, on 16 February 2017
UAV displays drones at DFID building and Daniel Ronen breifs Minister on UAV developments.
As part of the Frontier Technology Event on 1st November, DFID is excited to host UAVAid, the UK leader in the development of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) ‘drone’ technology specifically optimised for international development and disaster response applications.
June 20-21, 2016. Held at the University of Sheffield, UAVAid co-hosted a special conference on Cargo Drones in Humanitarian Contexts. With UAVAid involvement led by Daniel Ronen, the event brought together leading experts, users and regulators from across the world to discuss issues relating to the use of delivery drones in humanitarian applications.
UAVAid co-founder, Daniel Ronen, delivered a presentation to IMechE members and Brunel University engineering students on UAV frontier technology applications for humanitarian assistance and healthcare development in low infrastructure environments.