As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 pandemic was a very difficult year for a lot of industries around the world. Drone industries were no different. Therefore, all of the drone conferences scheduled in 2020 were postponed until further notice. Some of them were concluded online. However, there are positive vibes coming from this year as many of the conferences are back on with organizers setting the dates and venues already. The tickets are up for sale.
The Drone Conferences in 2021
If you are attending the drone conferences in 2021, it will almost feel like a family reunion taking place. You can see the people you haven’t seen for a long time. It also brings an opportunity for a drone expert to interact with other drone workers. The people who want funding can interact with investors in the same way. If there is a salesman, he can meet potential customers to innovate his business/work.
The FAA representatives usually interact in these moments, allowing people to interact with the federal government directly. Most importantly, these drone conferences seem to be an entertainment purpose for people as well regardless of them providing keynotes or launching innovative products.
There were five notable conferences that we like to talk about. They are as follows
- Interdrone 2021
- AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2021
- 5th World of Drones and Robotics Congress
- Commercial UAV Expo Americas
- NAB Show
- Commercial UAV Expo Europe and Amsterdam Drone Week
These conferences are expected to take place from August till the final weeks of December. Make sure not to forget about registering yourself to the quickest if you want be a part of the drone community.
Many of the drone conferences have early registration discounts that are expected to be closed soon. If you want to become part of this organizations, you might have to go into early participations to save money. You must book now.
Let us know your thoughts about these conferences? Will you try and be part of them in 2021? Or are you going to sit out from them until life gets back to normal?