As the development of new UAS technology continues to advance, and procurement and acquisition increase at a fast pace, SMi will host its fourth annual UAV Technology conference, taking place on the 30th September – 1st October 2019, in London, UK.

With UAVs now more than ever playing a pivotal role as a tactical and operational tool for modern militaries, SMi’s 2019 UAV Technology conference will aim to examine the latest unmanned aerial platforms being successfully deployed in multi-domain mission environments. This high-level international event will additionally address the development of the technology behind UAS, the utilisation of emerging technologies, the unmanned integration for existing legacy platforms, and the development of technologies aimed at countering UAVs – including swarm tactics. With the rapid proliferation of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions to UAS, which are readily available to a range of none-state actors and near peer adversaries, now has never been a better time to meet and network with international militaries and technical experts, to advance discussion on current and future UAS warfare capabilities.

Firmly established as the leading conference focused on UAV and C-UAS technologies, the 2019 event invites not only the programme managers, requirement planners in the land, air, and maritime domains, but also operational users and industry technical experts to share their knowledge and experiences in the enhancement of UAV and C-UAS technologies at this international symposium.

Early discounts:
Register by 30th April to save £400
Register by 31st May to save £300
Register by 28th June to save £200

 

www.uav-technology.org/epicos

Opening Date:30/09/2019
Closing Date:01/10/2019
Location:London
Organizer:SMi
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