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The Relevance Of Our Atlanta UAS Event Schedule

The premier unmanned aircraft systems event of the year—the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's main show—is only two weeks away, and it has already become apparent what the show truly reveals about the UAS industry.
By Luke Geiver | April 23, 2015

The premier unmanned aircraft systems event of the year—the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's main show—is only two weeks away, and it has already become apparent what the show truly reveals about the UAS industry.

Several of our team members will be at the Atlanta show, and based on the number of invites, meetings and gatherings we have been invited to or requested to be at already, we are glad for our attendance plan.

The variance in company type, gathering style or access to executive level perspective for the invites we've received has been staggering. Within a three hour stretch on Tuesday, we will have met with some of the biggest UAS manufacturers in the world, a handful of unique payload providers and a team of UAS lawyers.

Without divulging our entire schedule for the week, I can confidently say that what I just shared is only a small snapshot of the range of entities we will have heard from. The meeting schedule is amazing and we are excited and appreciative as always for the opportunity to learn of some of the most unique, fascinating and downright important stories of the UAS world. Our hectic meeting schedule also shows the depth and reach of the UAS industry and how many individuals and companies it already includes.

If we have already confirmed a meeting with your team, thank you for your time. And, although we can't guarantee we can be multiple places at once, if you or your team has a UAS story worth telling—from payload advancements to exciting research to a business plan—we will do our best to meet up in Atlanta.