Are you taking part in the Amsterdam Drone Week this year? Then, the EASA High Level Conference on Drones is surely one of the key events to attend. AW-Drones will be there, joining the Technical Session on UAS operations in the specific category.

Join us on Friday the 6th of December in the second day of the EASA High Level Conference on Drones, focusing on enabling airspace integration. Technical sessions will provide the chance to discuss drones with EASA drone experts. Firstly, Natale Di Rubbo and Stefan Ronig will present the current regulatory status for UAS operations in the open category. After that, Marco Ducci, representing AW-Drones, will join Alexandra Florin, Cristina Angulo and Hette Hoekema to present our work related to UAS operations in the specific category.

Come and meet us!

As you know, we are working to support the rulemaking process for civilian drones operations in the European Union. In particular, at the Amsterdam Drone Week Marco will present how we are identifying the most suitable standards to comply with existing regulation for drone operations, in this case the SORA requirements for drone operations in the specific category.

See you on Friday the 6th of December, 14-15.30h in the Forum Theatre. You can follow our live updates about the EASA High Level Conference on Twitter. We will be using the official event hashtags: #ADW19 and #HLCdrones2019.

About the Amsterdam Drone Week

Amsterdam Drone Week is the first official European global platform for the UAS industry. In short, it addresses the brightest and most creative drones users, manufacturers, services and regulators. This co-created event mainly aims at sharing knowledge on current air solutions and potential innovations. Also, it showcases the latest technology as well, helping unlock the potential and new applications of drones.
A top-level meeting point where all key players from various industries, knowledge institutes and authorities gather to co-operate. For one week, this umbrella event connects the entire UAS value chain through a diversity of events around drone regulations, new technology and future solutions.