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Drones are expected to be a key element of the next industrial revolution. Already commonplace in agriculture for crop monitoring and pesticide spraying, drones are now finding new applications ranging from infrastructure monitoring and risk reduction for the oil and gas sector, to inspection of long linear assets like power lines. There is a huge surge in demand for high quality drone data. At the same time, regulatory frameworks are becoming more relaxed on beyond visual line of sight operations (BVLOS).
Drone communications and understanding how to optimise the radio link are key to drone performance. At this event, you will learn ways to address key technological challenges such as:
- Drone payloads and battery
- Optimising size and weight
- Lightweight multiprotocol modems and antennas
- Drone mesh networks
- Detect and avoidance mechanisms
Starting at 10:30 this event is kindly hosted at the offices of TTP, Melbourn. As with all CW events there will be ample opportunities to network and debate the themes of the day.
Tickets for non-members are £150 plus VAT. CW membership may be more cost effective for your organisation than fully priced tickets – find out more about CW membership benefits.
LIMITED FREE PLACES AVAILABLE for non-members who are under 35. For further information and to claim a free place please contact email@example.com
Postponed from the 26th March, to the 29th September.