Commercial UAV Expo Americas 2020 Goes Virtual

2020 could be lining up to be the year you get to go to every conference you ever wanted to attend.  Today, Commercial UAV Expo Americas announced that the event, scheduled for this September, will be entirely virtual.

The lineup of speakers and sessions-  including FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson – is still impressive.  And without the cost of a trip to Vegas, this year Expo content is even more accessible for the industry.

June 2, 2020 – Portland, Maine, USACommercial UAV Expo Americas 2020 is going virtual, according to event organizer Diversified Communications. “Due to ongoing health and safety concerns stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the commercial drone community we serve have made it clear that it would be impossible to hold the live event as originally planned.  In the interests of ensuring our community still has an opportunity learn from and connect with each other, we have reimagined Commercial UAV Expo Americas as a fully virtual event taking place September 15-17, 2020,” said Lisa Murray, Group Director at Diversified Communications, organizer of Commercial UAV Expo Americas. These are the same dates the live event had been scheduled for in Las Vegas.

Details will be forthcoming, but the content will include keynotes, panel discussions, and presentations with interactive Q&A and chat features; an AI-powered networking component; virtual exhibits, and demonstrations by UAS solutions providers. “We have stayed in close contact with our customers over the last few months.  A huge thank you to all of them.  I cannot say enough about their support and collaboration with our team during this time.  What is clear is that they want and need the business networking and education normally provided by our event, but travel bans and other restrictions were going to prevent them from attending.  We decided to put a stake in the ground and make immediate plans to ensure the broadest participation possible by making the event virtual now.  Where a virtual event may not have appealed to many just a few months ago, the world has changed.  People are yearning for connections and education.  We are excited to offer the key benefits they expect from us: critical, timely education delivered by industry leaders, opportunities to network and engage with peers, and the ability to learn about the newest technology in the space,” said Ms. Murray. She added that the content will naturally address how the industry

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