BVLOS Netherlands, Lessons learned
Organised by: Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management; Royal Dutch Touring Club ANWB Medical Air Assistance division
This event and its programme will be held in Dutch.
Transporting emergency medication to a remote location using drones: how can we do this in a faster, cheaper, and more sustainable way? During this meeting, more information will be provided on the evaluation of the learning goals of the BVLOS pilot, with the transportation of emergency medication as a use case. The pilot was aimed at acquiring experience with unmanned long-distance flights out of sight. Such experience will provide input for future business case(s), regulations to be set down by the national government, and knowledge development within the drone sector.
14:30: Opening address by Robin Valkenburcht, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
14:40: Panel discussion with the operators (Delft University of Technology, DroneHub GAE, and National Aerospace Laboratory), Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate, and Royal Dutch Touring Club ANWB Medical Air Assistance division
15:10: Look to the future by Jaap Hatenboer, UMCG Ambulancezorg
15:25: Closing address