SkyTech is a two-day tradeshow for the commercial UAS industry. Now in its second year, SkyTech will include an exhibition, 3 conferences, workshops, product launches, live demonstrations and marketing opportunities for the commercial UAS community.
January 27, 2016, 08:00
January 28, 2016, 16:00
London, United Kingdom
SkyTech is a two-day tradeshow for the commercial UAS industry. Now in its second year, SkyTech will include an exhibition, 3 conferences, workshops, product launches, live demonstrations and marketing opportunities for the commercial UAS community. SkyTech covers UAS usage across a range of markets including construction, agriculture, utilities, infrastructure, energy, mining, oil & gas, emergency services, surveying, mapping and security.
The 3 conferences will cover:
UAV Industry Conference (Day One)
Drone Applications Conference (Day Two)
UAV Survey Conference (Both Days)
Workshops throughout the event include:
Competent and Safe UAS Operations for Valuable Big Data
Getting into the UK Drone Industry
A Guide to UAV Insurance
Navigation & Flight Planning
Getting the Right Drone Insurance
UAS, Looking at a new business?
Commercial Pilot Training
SkyTech’s exhibition is the must-attend UAV marketplace for commercial buyers, sellers and users from across Europe. The exhibition is completely free to attend and will feature the latest in cutting edge technology & services from across the UAV industry. The exhibition will also host networking and the demonstration zone.
Speaking on behalf of SGS will be Tracy Lamb, Global RPAS Safety Manager, SGS Hart Aviation
Tracy will be presenting “A New Generation of Risk Management, For a New Generation of Aviation” on 27 January at 11.30am – 12.00pm at the Business Design Centre, London.
The Civil Aviation Regulators in most countries around the world are now approaching a level of uniformity towards establishing regulations, standards and best practices for RPAS operations. However with the volume of new usurers entering into the market there does exist an element of chaos. This chaos is largely attributed to the lack of education about the legalities and safety concerns surrounding the use of RPAS, and users entering into the market with little or no aviation knowledge or training. The current perception of risk in this emerging industry is as subjective and varied among the academics as the policy makers and industry stakeholders alike. When considering using RPAS in the commercial environment, consequential risks must be calculated as part of the total risk value within the risk management framework. The consequential risks and indirect costs are by far the most concerning. We need a new generation of risk management, for a new generation of aviation.
Look for the SGS banner at the event. Our representatives will be there at Stand 56 to answer your questions and discuss RPAS safety concerns for your business.
For further information, please contact:
Global RPAS Safety Manager
t: +44 (0)1276 697801
m: +44 (0) 7841 569 558
Regional RPAS Safety Advisor
t: +44 1469 557500