Amsterdam Drone Week

Date

Tuesday, 21 March 2023 00:00 until Thursday, 23 March 2023 00:00

Location

RAI Amsterdam

Description

ADW HYBRID 2023

INNOVATIVE AIR MOBILITY CONNECTING CITIES AND REGIONS

Innovative Air Mobility will not only connect more remote communities with the economic opportunities within cities. It will also enhance transport options and services such as inspection, emergency and security by drones, saving time and investment in infrastructure and people. During ADW Hybrid the global UAM ecosystem gathers to co-create and co-operate to take the necessary steps ahead. We invite you to be part of the discussion from 21-23 March 2023 in Amsterdam

 

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Aviation industry on the way to "green" flying

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13th IFAR Summit in Prague, 17th to 20th October 2022

The 13th IFAR Summit took place in Prague from 17th to 20th October and was hosted by VZLU.

12th IFAR Summit 2021 Warsaw

Start-Date: 2021-10-18
End-Date: 2021-10-21
Location: Warsaw, Poland

The 12th IFAR Summit 2021 was hosted by the Lukasiewicz Institute of Aviation (ILOT), Warsaw, which is celebrating its 95th anniversary this year and was to take place from 18th to 21st October 2021. The chosen summit theme was Sustainable Aviation.

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