7th September 2018, London.
Speaking to an audience of 100 students, graduates and young professionals, he outlined the UAVAid Hansard system and the potential opportunities for UAV’s to overcome constraints in International Development and Emergency Response. With the rapidly developing context and environment for UAV technology, this was an opportunity to update the audience on the latest technical developments and where the technology will become an enabler for improved access, information, reach, speed and efficiency.
UAVAid co-founder, Daniel Ronen, delivered the presentation, which was followed by a Q&A session, at the RAeS headquarters in London’s Mayfair.
Commenting afterwards, he said “We are delighted to be able to support the next generation of UK aerospace professionals through events such as this at the Royal Aeronautical Society. As an organisation, UAVAid is committed to building a strong and successful UAV industry in the UK, and supporting young aerospace professionals at the early stages of their careers helps to support this goal. I personally look forward to working with the Royal Aeronautical Society in the coming period to achieve these goals.”
Link to the conference programme is available here: RAeS Young Person Conference 2018.