John Ashford, CEO of The Hawthorn Group, will speak at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference

John Ashford

John Ashford, CEO and Chairman of The Hawthorn Group, will talk about Safety and privacy in connection with the use of Drones at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference

program: https://unmannedcargoaircraftconference.com/program/

Once a country and western disc jockey, John Ashford is now Chairman and CEO of The Hawthorn Group, L.C., the international public affairs and public relations firm he co- founded in 1992. Drawing on communications and public affairs experience gained in hundreds of successful political and corporate campaigns, Ashford now provides senior counsel to Hawthorn clients across the country and around the world.

Continue reading “John Ashford, CEO of The Hawthorn Group, will speak at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference”

Benefits Of Traditional Aircraft Converted Into UAV

Aliaksei Stratsilatau

by Aliaksei Stratsilatau, Chairman of the board and Lead developer, UAVOS

High exploitation costs are the main inhibitor for the use of UAV in commercial and industrial applications.

Why is the capability of converting manned aircraft into UAVs important to the unmanned systems industry?

First, it drastically reduces the cost of flying hours, thereby opening up a commercial market for heavy UAVs.

Continue reading “Benefits Of Traditional Aircraft Converted Into UAV”

Digital Tower – The future is already here

Per Ahl

by Per Ahl, CEO, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions, SDATS

One of the last industries to be “digitalized” is Air Traffic Control, ATC, and Airport Tower operation. What will be the impact of introducing a new disruptive technology in a very conservative branch? Will there be any more brick and concrete towers constructed in the world? What have been the biggest hurdles to first in the world to introduce this type of solution? How will the integration of drone operation look like?

Continue reading “Digital Tower – The future is already here”

Scaling Drone Delivery In Southeast Asia

Michael Currie

by Michael Currie, Fling

Drone delivery is scaling rapidly in the large cities of Southeast Asia. In this presentation Michael Currie discusses Fling’s cargo delivery missions for medical and e-commerce within Thailand, as well as the platform for tracking and placing orders that Fling has specifically developed for aerial deliveries, that is available for use by other drone delivery service providers. For drone delivery providers just starting out, Fling’s built-out drone infrastructure makes it fast for a startup to go from buying a delivery drone to flying real missions with real, paying, customers.

program: https://unmannedcargoaircraftconference.com/program/

Continue reading “Scaling Drone Delivery In Southeast Asia”

Automated Low-Altitude Air Delivery – Heading Towards Autonomous Cargo Transportation with Drones

by Johann Dauer, Project leader, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

DLR, the German Aerospace Center, has conducted a research project between 2016 and 2019 on cargo drones with one metric ton payload capacity. This project took advantage of a newly established operational risk approach, introducing a new perspective on regulating the safety of unmanned aviation.

Continue reading “Automated Low-Altitude Air Delivery – Heading Towards Autonomous Cargo Transportation with Drones”

Charlie Chambers, C3 – Chambers Consulting & Contracting, will moderate at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference

Charlie Chambers

Charlie Chambers, C3 – Chambers Consulting & Contracting, is moderator at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference, Greenville Convention Center, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

program: https://unmannedcargoaircraftconference.com/program/

Continue reading “Charlie Chambers, C3 – Chambers Consulting & Contracting, will moderate at Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Conference”