the case of Grottaglie Test Bed and Bari Open Innovation Hub.
Distretto Tecnologico Aerospaziale is a diffusive test and research place where researchers and stakeholders can experiment with new forms of mobility and logistics, with the goal of:
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- Increasing knowledge on the topics of autonomous driving and Smart Cities.
- Increasing the capacity of Local Entities – i.e. public administration, research, and business – promoting innovation and exploring new business models.
- Attracting capital and investment, thereby improving the competitive positioning of the economy – local and national.
Sabrewing Aircraft Company (SACO) is a manufacturer of unmanned heavy-lift commercial cargo air vehicles headquartered in Camarillo, California, USA. Our technologies and products will help grow our customers businesses and transform the way the world ships air-cargo.
Sabrewing creates innovative technologies at its Dragonworks Lab in Silicon Valley to develop a new era of advanced unmanned cargo aircraft.
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Since the beginning of their collaboration in 2019, Volocopter and DB Schenker have been assessing use cases for business-to-business drone services in logistics. This presentation will provide a glimpse into what the future of logistics looks like using Volocopter’s heavy-lift drone, the VoloDrone.
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High-level discussion of cargo aircraft functionality, and how its functional architecture breakdown and concept of operation provide a framework for Cargo Handling System design.
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This presentation will discuss policy options for the successful integration of drones into the transport system. It will examine concerns about the acceptability, efficiency and sustainability of drone transport. The topics discussed will cover passenger and freight drones with different payloads and ranges, and also addresses other drone uses that support the transport sector.
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HARMONY envisages providing a new generation of harmonised spatial and multimodal transport planning tools which comprehensively model new forms of mobility for people and freight, and their business dynamics of the changing transport sector and spatial organisation. This will enable metropolitan area authorities to lead the transition to a low-carbon new mobility era in a sustainable manner.
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Cities and regions with an airport in their territory face very specific challenges. Coming up is new one: unmanned aircraft, specially cargo one. We can not close our eyes in front of this new situation as it has been the case with other revolutions in “micro-mobility”, therefore ARC is leading common positions to be undertaken by policy makers dealing with the future reality.
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Drones are going to be a critical step in logistics technology, but that only solves half of the problem. The often overlooked part in drone delivery is the supporting systems that enable safer and more efficient systems. Drone infrastructure is critical in bridging that gap. Infrastructure that charges the drones, house the drone, and perform package handling autonomously that removes the drone-human interaction makes the process exponentially safer and more effective.
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Brainport TechLaw exists since 2013 and is a platform where technology and law come together, literally and figuratively speaking. Our goal is to combine, share and ensure specific knowledge in technology and law. This is achieved, among others, by connecting our members – entrepreneurs in (high)tech branches and specialist advisers (including accountants, lawyers, patent attorneys) – and by organizing thematic events.
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Investors require IP to invest, but patents are expensive and slow. This cycle can be broken using pragmatic choices, such as filing first in The Netherlands, filing only in the US, filing i-Depots, writing parts of the application yourself, cramming many inventions in one application, only protecting in DE/FR/UK, and filing utility models/designs.
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