11 October 2017
12:00 - 16:30, Brussels
A living lab on regulating the testing of drone technology
The main goal of the conference is to raise European and national policymakers’ awareness and knowledge levels regarding the development of unmanned systems. In particular, we aim to discuss the early phase of technology development by discussing the case of the example of Space53.
The technology development requires joint innovation and testing before a widespread implementation and operation of new unmanned systems and use-cases, and a lack of regulation is disturbing and delaying this important phase in Europe.
The conference will help to set a European strategy regarding harmonised regulation on the testing of new drone technologies.
There will be an information fair at the conference, with limited stands available, which can be visited by conference participants during lunch, break, and closing drinks. If you’re interested to exhibit your organisation, please contact Lodewijk Buschkens for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Permanent Representation of the Netherlands
Avenue de Cortenbergh 4 - 10
Exhibiting organizations (so far):
University of Twente
Saxion University of Applied Sciences
ROC Vocational Education
Clear Flight Solutions
Your organization here?