• Where the UAS community comes together
    4 - 6 December 2019 | Amsterdam
  • Headline Sponsors
  • Where the UAS community comes together
    4 - 6 December 2019 | Amsterdam
  • Founding Partners

AN EVENT BY AND FOR THE UAS INDUSTRY

Amsterdam Drone Week is the global platform for sharing knowledge on current air solutions, potential innovations and vital regulations. A top-level meeting point where all key players, big and small, commercial and non-commercial, from various industries, knowledge institutes and authorities, gather to co-create and co-operate.



523
High level delegates


51
Countries


200
Speakers

Board of Recommendation

What is Amsterdam Drone Week about?

Why Amsterdam Drone Week?

“The EU needs to take a leading role worldwide in developing the right framework for this market to flourish, by unleashing the benefits for key economic sectors,” says Violeta Bulc, EU Commissioner for Transport (source: unmannedcargoaircraftconference.com).

And that’s exactly what we’re doing here. The global market for drone powered business solutions is currently worth 127.3 billion dollars and will grow immensely in the coming few years. One of the reasons being the European drone framework that is predicted to be in place by 2020. Due to this framework, endless of – at the moment – far future technologies and applications will suddenly be within reach. 

 

Who attends?

Amsterdam Drone Week is a b2b event created for anyone (from science and regulatory bodies to corporates and startups) operating in the UAS industry or employed in different industries but using - or interested in working with - drone technology.

- Join an international community of innovators and like-minded professionals in the field of unmanned aircrafts
- Explore new drone technologies and applications from a broad variety of industries
- Gain perspective on opportunities and future technologies around Unmanned Aircrafts
- Meet your next business partners, clients and competitors

 

Our strategic partners

EASA
RAI Amsterdam

In collaboration with

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment