Reprezentantive Ministry of Transportation in Romania
Managing Director, Romaero
CEO and Founder, Manna Drone Delivery, Ireland
Romanian Civil Aviation Authority, CAA
AROPA – Romanian Association of Private Operators in Aviatio
Representatives of PARROT
Prof.univ.dr. Roxana VIDICAN
Dean of Agriculture University of USAMV Cluj-Napoca and Coordinator of AGRIM network
Ciprian IORGA – General Manager
La Orizont and Skyline Drones, Romania
Director of Business Development, Dronamics, UK
General Director, Azur Drone, France
Welcome Coffee Break & Registration
09:30 - 10:00
Drone Conference Panel
10:00 - 12:30
Conclusions ȘI Q&A
12:30 - 13:00
Public access for the Exhibition
14:00 - 18:00
The event addresses critical issues commercial users face when it comes to drones: regulatory issues, data management and outsourcing vs. insourcing, systems integration and more.
Today, drones are quickly increasing in numbers and complexity, and becoming a part of our everyday lives.
As from July 1st 2020, national rules will be replaced by a common EU regulation. The purpose of this reform is to create a truly harmonized drone market in Europe with the highest level of safety.
How are we going to apply these regulations in Romania? Are we going to make changes into the aerial code of Romania? Flying a drone can be really fun but as a drone pilot you are now another user of busy skies. It is important that you know how to fly your drone both safely and legally.
With the challenges of increasing automation with manned flights and plants the seeds for future integration of unmanned vehicles. How it will be done in our country?
The market for commercial drones is growing faster than anticipated, and could triple in the next decades.
The commercial use of drones is one of the reasons why the industry is growing so much and so fast. From creating analyzing and determining crop health to 3D models of construction sites, drones not only bring efficiency and productivity advantages to various businesses, but also security and safety.
The agricultural sector in Romania pays more and more attention to using of precison agricultural and play an important role.
The construction industry is taking great advantage of drone technology, by using them to collect real-time data about projects and understand what’s happening on site. Aside from providing hourly, weekly, or monthly information about a site, drones also increase safety, save time and resources, since aerial insights help catch problems early before they become costly or add weeks to a project’s timeline.
When it comes to environmental disasters, drones are helping responders by providing rapid situational awareness with mapping technology and imagery, identifying hot spots and assess property damage, searching for survivors, assessing utility and infrastructure damage, and more.
By 2020, the European commercial drone market is expected to generate more than 544 million U.S. dollars in revenue. ( Statista 2020)
By 2022, the global number of mass-market drones is projected to reach 35 million units – of which some 25% are in Europe. The number of specialized drones is expected to rise spectacularly, to more than 9 million. Some 75% of these 35 million mass-market drones are to be used for commercial activities as well. For a longer perspective, Airbus forecasts for 2035 that about an equivalent number to daily commercial piloted flights in the air at any given moment of the day over Europe are to happen over one single major city. This number would include commercial manned aircraft, air taxi, delivery drones, inspection drones, hobby drones, etc. ( Drone Global Trend - European Commision)
With increasing road congestion, air taxis/eVTOLs (vertical take-off & landing) have now formed a new line of business for airports, airlines, railway stations and city authorities, providing a new way for passengers and packages to arrive on time.
The Conference Programe features leaders who are actively shaping the industry, including tech pioneers, regulators and operators using drones to make for more efficient and safer operations.
It will include a global industry update and market outlook, sessions on smart cities and urban air mobility, security and counter-drone technology and vertical industry deep-dives.
The Exhibition puts the newest technology solutions from the top vendors at your fingertips. Qualify and compare products and services. Ask questions of technical leads and other users. Find the solution that’s right for you.
Pria Drones Conference & Exhibition is part of PRIAevents series that bring into attention the most important and current issues of debate in each area o business and has a large presence of participants and mass – media. With an extensive experience of planning premium business events, our PRIAevents team is recognized for organizing top events of the most representative sectors of the economy.
Tuesday, March 31st 2020
9.30-10.00 Welcome Coffee and Registration
10.00 Drone Conference Panel:
• New EU Regulation for drones as of July 1st 2020
• How to we integrate changes in Romania? What should be included in the serial code of Romania?
• How to Integrate Drones into Your Business Practice
• Key trends in drone commercial industry in Romania
• How do we keep safety at its highest standards in Airports with the increasing number of drones operations?
• How drones are revolutionizing the agriculture industry, telecom, energy, transport , construction and infrastructure, delivery and logistics?
• Smart Cities & Urban Air Mobility Panel Discussion
• Using Artificial intelligence in Drones: Simplifying data, workflows and AI/machine learning
• Case studies, experiences and results,
• Drone regulations and permits – present and future
• Data management and analysis
• Machine learning & AI
• To inhouse or outsource
• Autonomous Drone Operations
• Artificial Intelligence
12.30 -13.00 Q&A and Conclusions
13.00 – 14.00 Networking
14.00 -19.00 – Public access for the exhibition